nasal septum

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nasal septum

[′nā·zəl ¦sep·təm]
(anatomy)
The partition separating the two nasal cavities.
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Montage [R.sup.2] Eye Fpz-Oz, iso 0.33 -0.206 (-0.27-0.12) Fpz-Oz, aniso 0.38 -0.343 (-0.45, -0.21) T7-T8, iso 0.50 0.471 (0.41 0.54) T7-T8, aniso 0.45 0.508 (0.46, 0.59) Montage Coefficients (logged data) Occipital, remainder Occipital, medial wall Fpz-Oz, iso 0.214 (0.16, 0.27) 0.764 (0.72, 0.82) Fpz-Oz, aniso 0.178 (0.11,0.23) 0.101 (0.09, 0.17) T7-T8, iso 0.298 (0.24, 0.36) -0.016 (-0.08, 0.07) T7-T8, aniso 0.222 (0.17, 0.29) 0.189 (0.16, 0.24) Table 5: Predicted electric fields (EF) in the occipital lobe (OCC) for isotropic and anisotropic models.
Hypertrophy of pulmonary vessel wall was evaluated as the percentage of medial wall thickness (medial wall thickness%) by H&E staining (Figure 1(a)).
These ostia do not have active mucociliary clearance still little drainage that occurs through them is due to gravitational effect and their lower anatomical position in the medial wall of maxillary sinus.
In this study we aimed to find out medial wall violating effects of (a) changing the insertion angle of the screw after correct cannulation of the pedicles and (b) changing the downward insertion force.
Nasal mucosa and medial wall of the sac was removed up to the extent that the cut margins of the sac were approximated with the margins of the nasal mucosa around the margins of bony ostium.
The measurement for medial wall height was taken vertically from the distal-most aspect of the IT to the most proximal aspect of the medial wall of each socket's rigid frame.
The patient was referred for a CT scan, which confirmed the narrow neck bladder diverticulum and identified minimal thickening of the medial wall, resulting in left ureteric dilatation with hydronephrosis.
(3) Moreover, the lateral portion of the patella is usually fully in contact with the lateral wall of the trochlea while the medial aspect of the patella appears to have little if any contact with the medial wall. This is increasingly true with increasing degrees of tilt.
Expansion and thinning of the medial wall of the maxillary antrum was also noted.
The puncti were dilated with Nettleship dilator and using Bowman probes, the canaliculi were dilated up to the medial wall of the lacrimal sac (hard stop).