You need to see a doctor and they will send you to a specialist. Don't fool around with this as you could make it worse.
This would be a nosebleed from the back/upper portion of your nasal cavity.
Most often, a pneumothorax ensues (usually what is termed a sucking chest wound).
For the most part the nose is just cartilage and the bone that would break is the Vomer.
Since olfactory refers to the sense of smell, the olfactory nerve would be located in the nose, or nasal cavity.
to keep everything moist because if it is not kept wet then your body would basically dry up
Technically not for a while because of the inflamation in the nasal cavity, however I personally would resume that evening. To celebrate.
The nasal captivity is used to warm the air in their lungs. So when a snow leopard breathes in the cold breeze of its habitat, their nasal immediately warms the air into their lungs. If a Snow Leopard didn't have this adjustment then they would probably die from the coldness of the mountain chill.
No, it is the minute molecules in the air that we detect in our nasal cavity and if there were no molecules given off then etc
The primary difference is the location of the infection. An upper respiratory tract infection would include infection of the nose, nasal cavity, nasal and paranasal sinuses, and the larynx and pharynx. A lower respiratory tract infection would include infection of the trachea, bronchi or bronchial tree, and the lungs or pleural cavity.
in my case i had 2 phneomothoraxes and a lobectomy,they then had to staple my lung to my rib because it wouldn't stay inflated,now stapled it is inflated so answer yes and no
Yes, it does. 80% of all nasal sprays contain antihistamines. Antihistamines are the active ingredient in the medication. Reading the leaflet included with the medication or asking your pharmacist would also provide you with this information.
The air carrying the smell would dissolve in it and hence it changes to electrical signals which goes to the olfactory lobes.
The upper respiratory tract consists of all the parts above the larynx. This would include the throat, nasal cavity, sinus cavities, and the nose.
If the pleural membrane is punctured, inhaled air will escape the lung that is punctured, causing the patient to have difficulty breathing. The oxygen concentration in the blood will also be diminished which could lead to brain damage.
The abdominopelvic cavity would have to be opened for an appendectomy.
That would be the cranium or cranial cavity.
There would be no detectable difference.
Although, there is also the cervical cavity, but since you were asking for the "main" cavity, I would say it's the uterine cavity.
Yes it is possible; however, your brain would not be in one piece and it would possibly be in the form of a liquid. The Egyptians used this method to remove the brain when mummifying a body. They had a hook and would break into the skull through the nasal cavity and pull out the brain.
what cavity is the brain located?
No. That would not be normal.