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From the perspective of the anatomy, the protuberance of the vertebral bodies, which is the location in the middle of the face, is called nose. The function of the nasal passage is [[Inhalation|inhalation]] and [[Exhalation|exhalation<ref>Becker, D., Ransom, E., Guy, C., &amp; Bloom, J. (2018). Surgical treatment of nasal obstruction in rhinoplasty. Retrieved from https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Surgical-treatment-of-nasal-obstruction-in-Becker-Ransom/7e1f53b976cd14c5199484696762821ca666cd52/figure/3</ref>]].
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From the perspective of the anatomy, the protuberance of the vertebral bodies, which is the location in the middle of the face, is called the nose. The function of the nasal passage is [[Inhalation|inhalation]] and [[Exhalation|exhalation]]<ref>Becker, D., Ransom, E., Guy, C., and; Bloom, J. (2018). Surgical treatment of a nasal obstruction in rhinoplasty. Retrieved from https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Surgical-treatment-of-nasal-obstruction-in-Becker-Ransom/7e1f53b976cd14c5199484696762821ca666cd52/figure/3</ref>.
  
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Latest revision as of 12:13, 5 December 2018

Human nose diagram 5.jpg

From the perspective of the anatomy, the protuberance of the vertebral bodies, which is the location in the middle of the face, is called the nose. The function of the nasal passage is inhalation and exhalation[1].

References

  1. Becker, D., Ransom, E., Guy, C., and; Bloom, J. (2018). Surgical treatment of a nasal obstruction in rhinoplasty. Retrieved from https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Surgical-treatment-of-nasal-obstruction-in-Becker-Ransom/7e1f53b976cd14c5199484696762821ca666cd52/figure/3
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