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Laminae of the Ethmoid Sinuses

Summary Information: Laminae of the Ethmoid Sinuses

Laminae of the Ethmoid Sinuses: The laminae of the ethmoid sinuses are thin, delicate bones that separate and help create the structure of the ethmoid air cells. The laminae of the ethmoid sinuses are located in the skull in the area between the upper nose and the eyes.

Conditions that can afflict the laminae of the ethmoid sinuses include upper respiratory infections, sinusitis, respiratory allergies, smoking, sinus fractures, and trauma.

Closely Related Organs: Laminae of the Ethmoid Sinuses

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Laminae of the Ethmoid Sinuses

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Laminae of the Ethmoid Sinuses

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