The skin of the lateral nasal wall is innervated by the external nasal branch of the infraorbital nerve, which exits its foramen just medial to the midpupillary line.
What does LNW stand for?
LNW stands for Lateral Nasal Wall (otolaryngology)
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- Lake Norman Volunteer Fire Department (North Carolina)
- Low-Noise Variable-Gain Amplifier
- Landelijk Netwerk Vrouwelijke Hoogleraren (Dutch)
- Lëtzebuerger Natur- a Vulleschutzliga (Luxembourg Nature and Bird Protection League)
- Lower North Volunteer Resource Centre (Australia)
- Landisville Terminal & Transfer Company (American Association of Railroads reporting mark)
- Lord Nelson Victory Tug
- Label and Narrow Web (printing industry)
- Landhandel Nord-West (German: Country Commercial North-West)
- Laser Nerve Welding (microsurgery)
- Lepelle Northern Water (Polokwane, South Africa)
- Liberty Northwest Insurance Corp
- Libraries North West (England, UK)
- Liquid Nicotine Wholesalers (Phoenix, AZ)
- LandNet West Africa
- London Neighbourhood Watch Association (London, UK)
- Like New With Box
- Lake Norman Wildlife Conservationists (Mooresville, NC)
- Lower Nehalem Watershed Council (Orgegon)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The site of bleeding was localised to the nasal septum in 10 patients (71%) and to the lateral nasal wall in 3 (21%), while 1 patient (7%) had a combination of bleeding sites.
1,2) In the normal anatomic situation, the secretions then empty into the ethmoid infundibulum and pass through the hiatus semilunaris into the middle meatus, then along the lateral nasal wall and over the inferior turbinate posteriorly into the nasopharynx.
The narrowing of the nostrils results in greater air velocity during inspiration, which magnifies the Bernoulli effect and makes the lateral nasal wall more prone to collapse.
The tumor was attached to the lateral nasal wall in 5 patients (55.
The mass was not attached in any way to the nasal septum, middle turbinate, or lateral nasal wall.
With patients instructed to direct the spray toward the lateral nasal wall and avoid the septum, the incidence would likely decrease, since potential bleeding sites were found on the septum only on physical examination.