An understanding of the normal anatomy and physiology of the nose is essential to understanding the pathophysiology of various disorders of the nose and paranasal sinuses. Despite the fact that the great majority of people have some serious concerns about dissatisfaction with the shape of their external nose, its internal anatomy and physiological activity are of greater curiosity. Since Proetz' classic monogram in the early 1950's on applied physiology of the nose was published, more and more interest has been given to the understanding of this unique structure. Not in the least is the anatomy.
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