Sinuses located behind the forehead.
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Sinuses located under the eyes and within the maxillary (cheek) bones….
Sinuses located behind the ethmoid bone in the skull.
The sinuses located at the centre of the base of the skull….
Air-filled spaces within the head that lighten the weight of the skull….
…(pharynx), voice box (larynx), nose and sinuses. Only malignant tumours are cancer. Some tumours in the head and neck are benign (not cancer). Types of head and neck cancer Cancers of the head and neck are categorised by the area…
A cut along the edge of the nose to gain access to the nasal cavity and sinuses.
Surgical access to the nasal cavity or sinuses using a cut under the upper lip….
…acoustic neuroma that arises from the balance nerves), or from the pituitary gland (pituitary adenomas). Fig.3 – A large meningioma over the left frontal lobe Meningiomas can present in the same way as the intra-axial tumours above, because they can…
…neck cancers occur inside the sinuses, nose, mouth and throat, and salivary glands. “These place a significant burden on our state, our communities and our families – it’s vital that we reduce our risk where possible.” Ms McMillan said while…