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General Anatomy > Respiratory system > Nose > Nasal cavity > Incisive duct



The incisive duct is an infrequent rudimentary duct, or protrusion of mucous membrane into the incisive canal, that is connected to the floor of the nasal cavity adjacent to the nasal septum and about 2 cm behind the external nasal opening.

Text by Antoine Micheau, MD - Copyright IMAIOS


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