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F.M.Egrish
F.M.Egrish4 months ago
Anatomy

Anatomy

Behind the face: incredible view on the human head :) In this plastination you can have a spectacular glimpse on our sinuses inside our skull. Sinuses are moist air spaces within the bones of the face around the nose. When they become infected and swell or become irritated, this is called sinusitis (or a sinus infection). These infections usually follow colds or bouts with allergies. Sinusitis is common and easily treated. When someone has a cold or allergies and the nasal passages become swollen and make more mucus, so do the sinus tissues. The drainage system for the sinuses can get blocked, and mucus can become trapped in the sinuses. Bacteria, viruses, and fungi can grow there and lead to sinusitis. Credits: adamheathRT Flickr user

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