within the basal margin", but this may also refer to what we here term the columellar
7mm 5 5 Columellar
lamella and palatal fold visible in aperture in oblique view.
The fine structure of the columellar
muscle of some gastropod mollusks.
In the third step, the columellar
strut was placed and secured with sutures between the medial crura.
Previously described methods of caudal septal repair Originator Incision Laterality Flap Metzenbaum, (4) 1929 Full transfixion Unilateral Swinging door Peer, (1) 1937 Full transfixion Bilateral Columellar
strut Galloway, (2) 1946 Hemitransfixion Bilateral Cartilage advanced into columella Fomon, (3) 1948 Full transfixion Bilateral Columellar
strut Goldman, (5) 1956 Full transfixion Bilateral Swinging door Kamer and Churukian, High transfixion Unilateral Swinging door (6) 1984
perspicua having more convex whorls and a more prominent inner columellar
process in a less ovate aperture; both taxa have rimate shells or a closed umbilicus.
Perhaps the most common cause of an unsightly columellar
scar is notching or inversion of the incision line.
Subadults have a much more elongated aperture with a straight columellar
margin and a noticeable columellar
P' denotes a component of the physid musculature and 'C' a component of the columellar
The nasal alae were intact bilaterally, but erosion of the columellar
skin was evident (figure 1).
Upon physical examination, he was noted to have septal destruction with fistula between his oral and nasal cavity and a saddle-nose deformity with columellar
and alar retraction secondary to total cartilage loss.
The remaining free edges were sutured to the residual septal and columellar
mucosa by an endoscopic technique.