What forms Kiesselbach plexus?

Kiesselbach plexus is an anastomosis with branches from both the internal and external carotid artery systems. The anterior ethmoid, greater palatine, sphenopalatine, and superior labial arteries all form a plexus of vessels in the anteroinferior nasal septum.

What arteries comprises your Kiesselbach’s Triangle area?

Kiesselbach’s plexus

  • Anterior ethmoidal artery (branch of the ophthalmic artery)
  • Sphenopalatine artery (terminal branch of the maxillary artery)
  • Greater palatine artery (from the maxillary artery)
  • Septal branch of the superior labial artery (from the facial artery)

What is Woodruff’s area?

Woodruff plexus is a venous plexus located in the posterior end of the inferior meatus on lateral wall of nasal cavity 1,2. It accounts for between 5-10% of epistaxis and are associated with hypertension and use of aspirin and warfarin 2. These bleeds typically do not respond to anterior nasal packing .

Which artery is known as artery of epistaxis?

sphenopalatine artery
The sphenopalatine artery, formerly known as the nasopalatine artery, is the terminal branch of the maxillary artery that is the main supply to the nasal cavity. It is colloquially know as the artery of epistaxis given its common involvement in cases of nose bleeds.

Is there a artery in your nose?

The facial artery is responsible for perfusing the middle face region, including the nose — the facial artery branches into the lateral nasal artery. The lateral nasal artery is one of the arteries responsible for perfusing the nose.

Where is the artery in your nose?

The sphenopalatine artery enters the back of the nasal cavity, the inside of the nose, providing blood supply to the inner and outer walls of the nasal cavity and to the adjacent sinuses. It is clinically important since it is a frequent cause of nosebleeds.

What is a Rhinolith?

Introduction. Rhinolith (from the Greek rhino meaning nose, and lithos meaning stone) are rare. They are calcareous concretions that are formed by the deposition of salts on an intranasal foreign body.

What is Trotters method?

The Trotter procedure or median labio-mandibular glossotomy is an important technique to access and excise both benign and malignant tumours located in the tongue base, oropharynx and the cranio-cervical junction.

What is the nasal septum made of?

The Septum. The nasal septum is the key midline support structure of the nose and is composed of the quadrilateral cartilage, perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone, and vomer bone (Figure 6-4). The anterior septal cartilage develops as the unossified portion of the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid.

What is the Crista Ethmoidalis?

bony ridge that articulates with, or provides attachment for, any part of the ethmoid bone, especially the middle nasal concha. See: ethmoidal crest of maxilla, ethmoidal crest of palatine bone. Synonym(s): crista ethmoidalis [TA]

Is there a major vein in your nose?

The two veins are joined, at the root of the nose, by a transverse branch, called the nasal arch, which receives some small veins from the dorsum of the nose….

Frontal vein
TA98 A12.3.06.005
TA2 4905
FMA 51102
Anatomical terminology

Which air sinus is most commonly infected?

Maxillary sinusitis is common due to the close anatomic relation of the frontal sinus, anterior ethmoidal sinus and the maxillary teeth, allowing for easy spread of infection.