Out of 77 cases of septal bleeder, 44 cases are from septal area
anterior to middle turbinate and 29 cases are from posterior to middle turbinate, which is followed by bleeder below inferior turbinate.
Secondly we wanted to emphasize the fact that care must be taken during septoplasty operation particularly while performing the intervention to the inferior septal area
Anterior epistaxis can usually be treated by application of direct pressure on septal area
, vasoconstrictor nasal drops, chemical and electrocautery, anterior nasal packing for 2-3 days and nasal tampons.
Positive reinforcement produced by electrical stimulation of septal area
and other regions of rat brain.
Another area of the brain that showed more activity was the septal area
, a pleasure center that plays a role in threat and stress reduction by inhibiting other regions of the brain that process threats, such as the amygdala.
Researchers found, for example, that the neural activity in the reward-related regions of the brain known as the ventral striatum and septal area
, was especially noticeable in people offering support and care for a loved one experiencing pain.
The life scientists found that when women gave support to their boyfriends in pain, the women showed increased activity in reward-related regions of the brain, including the ventral striatum and septal area
Finally, liver biopsy was done which demonstrated a mild fibrosis in the portal septal area
, mononuclear cell infiltration and piecemal necrosis.
Well known for its antidiuretic and vasopressive properties, AVP plays an important role in antipyresis via the ventral septal area
of the limbic system.
In rat brain, because GABAergic neurons in the medial septal area
link with cholinergic neurons that send projections to the hippocampus (Amaral and Kurtz, 1985; Gaykema et al.
The septal area
(septal nuclei) receives input from LH and projects monosynaptically to the LH.
Subaric and Mladina found deformities in the anterior septal areas
(types 1 and 2 deviations according to the Mladina classification system, (1) described in the "Patients and methods" section) in 20 to 27% of their pediatric sample.