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Nasal Meati

Summary Information: Nasal Meati

Nasal Meati: The nasal meati are spaces located in both sides of the nasal cavity into which mucus and other particles drain from the paranasal sinuses. The nasal meati are located beneath the turbinates and are connected to the paranasal sinuses by the paranasal ostia.

There are three types of nasal meati: the superior nasal meati, middle nasal meati, and inferior nasal meati. Conditions that can afflict the nasal meati include nasal polyps, nasal fractures, upper respiratory infections, respiratory allergies, smoking, and trauma.

Closely Related Organs: Nasal Meati

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Nasal Meati

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Other Names: Nasal Meati

The following are other names for the organ: Nasal Meati:

  • Nasal meatus (singular)

Sub Parts: Nasal Meati

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Nasal Meati

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