nasal septum n.
The wall dividing the nasal cavity into halves, composed of a central supporting skeleton covered by a mucous membrane.
nasal septum terminating before reaching lower end of nasals, and ridge on latter low and traversing left nasal.
Those engaged in their manufacture suffer from unhealthy ulcers on the nasal septum and hands.
When a perforation of the nasal septum is situated at some distance within the nasal orifice it seldom gives any trouble.
Not only is the nasal septum involved, but also the bones of the face as well, producing a fulness on the long side of the face.
The only species so far described is R. kinealyi from the nasal septum of man, to which reference has above been made.
Occasionally I have observed clay pipes carried in this perforation in the nasal septum.
The nasal chambers are completely separated, the right from the left, by a cartilaginous partition, the nasal septum.
It is very rare to find a deviation of the nasal septum without some accompanying spur or ledge.
Cavernous angiomas are seen in cattle, affecting the liver and the mucous membrane of the nasal septum.
Maxillaries anchylosed to the premaxillaries, the latter anchylosed to the expanded ossified base of the nasal septum.