Nose and Sinus Systems – Anatomy

  • Skill Level
  • Lectures
    1 Video
  • Enrolled
    63 students
  • Sample Certificate

What you'll learn

We all know that nose is a prominent part of the face. The nose has both external and internal parts, which are equally important for the functioning of the respiratory system. read more »»

Many particles are efficiently filtered out, and the nasal immune system addresses these infectious agents. Sinuses also play a significant role in maintaining the pressure inside the nasal cavity by draining all the mucous and acts as barrier defenses for innate mechanisms. Gaining knowledge on the anatomy of the nose, sinuses, types of sinuses, etc., is very important for health care professionals. Learn more about nose and sinus systems in this course designed by Medvarsity and Dosily.

Who Should Attend?

  • General practitioners
  • Primary care physicians
  • Undergraduate medical students (Interns)
  • Postgraduate students in medicine
  • Nurses
  • Life science graduates
  • AYUSH students
  • Students interested in Biological sciences

Key concepts covered include:

“By the end of the course, you will be able to understand

  • The terminology of nose and sinus systems
  • Differential diagnosis of nose and sinus disease
  • Clinical presentation of various nose and sinus disorders
  • Evaluation and Management”


Dr. Harikrishna Raja

MD, Internal Medicine and General Internal Medicine


Dr. Harikrishna Raja is an internist in Dallas, Texas, and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area. He has been in practice for more than 20 years. General internal medicine physicians, or internists, are primary-care doctors who perform physical exams and treat a wide spectrum of common illnesses in adult men and women. One of every four physicians in the U.S. is an internist, many of whom are certified in one of 19 subspecialties, including cardiology, infectious disease, and medical oncology.

For: beginners

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