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process

a flow of activities; a sequence of tasks.
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The presence of alar cartilage in present case report describes the embryological fissuring of the lateral nasal process and formation of supernumerary nostril.
These olfactory pits separate the frontonasal process into a medial nasal process and two lateral nasal processes. The lateral nasal processes subsequently form the alae of the nose.
A second, older, and now less favored theory states that nasolabial cysts may arise from embryogenetically entrapped epithelium along the fusion line of the maxillary, medial nasal, and lateral nasal processes. (3,18) The nasolacrimal duct develops during embryogenesis via secondary canalization from the nasolacrimal ridge that detaches from overlying nasomaxillary ectoderm and connects as a nasolacrimal rod with the developing inferior lateral nasal wall and later superiorly with the developing conjunctival sac.