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vomer

 [vo´mer]
a bone forming part of the nasal septum; see Appendix 2-3. adj., adj vo´merine.

vomer (bone)

a flat trapezoidal bone forming the inferior and posterior portion of the nasal septum; it articulates with the sphenoid, ethmoid, two maxillae, and two palatine bones.

vomer

/vo·mer/ (vo´mer) [L.] the unpaired flat bone that forms the inferior and posterior part of the nasal septum. vo´merine

vomer

(vō′mər)
n.
A thin flat bone forming the inferior and posterior part of the nasal septum and dividing the nostrils in most vertebrates.

vo′mer·ine′ (-mə-rīn′) adj.

vomer

[vō′mər]
Etymology: L, plowshare
the plow-shaped bone forming the posterior and inferior part of the nasal septum and having two surfaces and four borders.
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Vomer

vo·mer

(vō'mĕr) [TA]
A flat bone of trapezoidal shape forming the inferior and posterior portion of the nasal septum; it articulates with the sphenoid, ethmoid, two maxillae, and two palatine bones.
[L. plowshare]

vomer

A thin, flat plate of bone that forms the rear part of the partition of the nose (the nasal septum).

vomer

the thin flat bone forming part of the separation between the nasal passages in mammals.

vomer (vōˑ·mer),

n the thin plow-shaped bone of the skull that forms the anterior and posterior parts of the nasal septum.
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Vomer.

vo·mer

(vō'mĕr) [TA]
A trapezoidal bone forming the inferior and posterior portion of the nasal septum.
[L. ploughshare]

vomer

a bone forming part of the nasal septum. See also Table 10.