sphenoidal conchae

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sphe·noi·dal con·chae

(sfē-noy'dăl kong'kē)
Paired ossicles of pyramidal shape, the spines of which are in contact with the medial pterygoid lamina, the bases forming the roof of the nasal cavity.

Bertin,

Exupère Joseph, French anatomist, 1712-1781.
Bertin bones - paired ossicles of pyramidal shape, the bases forming the roof of the nasal cavity. Synonym(s): Bertin ossicles; sphenoidal conchae
Bertin columns - the prolongations of cortical substance separating the pyramids of the kidney. Synonym(s): renal columns
Bertin ligament - among the strongest of the body's ligaments, it limits extension at the hip joint. Synonym(s): iliofemoral ligament
Bertin ossicles - Synonym(s): Bertin bones