Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Nose 3 1. Structures of the nose Nares Nares Nasal cilia Nasal cilia Nasal septum Nasal septum Olfactory receptors Olfactory receptors Turbinates Turbinates.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Nose 3 1. Structures of the nose Nares Nares Nasal cilia Nasal cilia Nasal septum Nasal septum Olfactory receptors Olfactory receptors Turbinates Turbinates."— Presentation transcript:

1 Nose 3 1

2 Structures of the nose Nares Nares Nasal cilia Nasal cilia Nasal septum Nasal septum Olfactory receptors Olfactory receptors Turbinates Turbinates 2

3 Understanding the functions of the nose 3

4 Structures of the nose 4

5 Nose Nares (nostrils) Nares (nostrils) Nasal cilia Nasal cilia 5

6 Nose Nasal septum Nasal septum Olfactory receptors Olfactory receptors Turbinates Turbinates 6

7 Nose 7 (A) Pathway of smell (B) Nerve activity in smell

8 Smell Trivia… The beginnings of perfume use can be traced back thousands of years to the early Egyptians. The beginnings of perfume use can be traced back thousands of years to the early Egyptians. Burning of resins and woods were used for their fragrance during religious ceremonies. Burning of resins and woods were used for their fragrance during religious ceremonies. Perfume was developed to attract the goodwill of the gods. Perfume was developed to attract the goodwill of the gods. When Tutankhamens tomb was discovered, there was still a trace of the strong fragrance detected. He was buried over 3,300 years ago. When Tutankhamens tomb was discovered, there was still a trace of the strong fragrance detected. He was buried over 3,300 years ago. 8 Perfume

9 Function of the nose: Smell 9 Pleasant or unpleasant?

10 Function of the nose: Smell 10 Smell Activity What is that smell?

11 Deviated nasal septum What causes a deviated nasal septum? What causes a deviated nasal septum? What is its impact on health? What is its impact on health? How does a septoplasty How does a septoplasty relieve symptoms? 11

12 Nasal polyps What are nasal polyps? What causes nasal polyps? How are they treated? 12

13 Rhinitis Define rhinitis. Define rhinitis. Rhin- -itis What causes rhinitis? What causes rhinitis? What are the symptoms? What are the symptoms? How is rhinitis treated? How is rhinitis treated? 13

14 Structure, Functions and Disorders of the nose The End 14


Download ppt "Nose 3 1. Structures of the nose Nares Nares Nasal cilia Nasal cilia Nasal septum Nasal septum Olfactory receptors Olfactory receptors Turbinates Turbinates."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google