Tapir Nose

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A descriptive term for a collapsed nose with a ‘reversed ski jump’ appearance, which is caused by ulceration and destruction of the nasal septum, a classic finding in espundia, an infection caused by Leishmania braziliensis
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I think Bush's whole faith-based initiative thing is one of the biggest camel noses in the tent that I have seen in my life.