Kiesselbach area

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Kies·sel·bach ar·e·a

(kē'sĕl-bahk),
anterior nasal septal area rich in capillaries that is frequently the site of epistaxis.
Synonym(s): Little area

Kies·sel·bach ar·e·a

(kēsel-bahk arē-ă)
An area on the anterior portion of the nasal septum rich in capillaries (Kiesselbach plexus) and often the seat of epistaxis.
Synonym(s): Little area.

Kiesselbach,

Wilhelm, German laryngologist, 1839-1902.
Kiesselbach area - an area on the anterior portion of the nasal septum rich in capillaries (Kiesselbach plexus) and often the seat of epistaxis. Synonym(s): Little area
Kiesselbach plexus
Kiesselbach triangle

Kies·sel·bach ar·e·a

(kēsĕl-bahk arē-ă)
Anterior nasal septal region rich in capillaries that is frequently the site of epistaxis.
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The gray light, the gloomy little area of dark grass, surrounded by its border of brush, beyond which the pines rose, in breathing silence, apparently into the very clouds, and the deathlike stillness of the vast forest, were all in unison to deepen such a sensation.
Fortunately for the pursued, the light of the moon, while it shed a flood of mild luster upon the little area around the ruin, was not sufficiently strong to penetrate the deep arches of the forest, where the objects still lay in deceptive shadow.
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It was a death that blasted with strange horror the humble name of the dweller in the cottage, and made it seem almost a religious act to drive the plough over the little area of his habitation, and obliterate his place and memory from among men.
I am not too sure that one little area of London has quite so much violence and adultery.
What a terrific performance and how remarkable that a tiny little area on the map has produced two winners in a row," said Jacklin.
There are useful little area maps, drawings and photographs, all nicely laid out.
Sometimes we get wrapped up in our little area, but we have to know the financials get more involved, maybe serve on the ALM committee, understand the balance sheet and know your impact," said one marketer.
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He can play in that little area in between the strikers and the mid eld.