membranous part of nasal septum

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mem·bra·nous part of na·sal sep·tum

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the small portion of the nasal septum anterior and inferior to the portion supported by the cartilage of the nasal septum.
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In our patient, the mass was attached to the muscular septum, membranous septum, and the right coronary leaflet.
By possessing prostatic pores in 17 and 19, an intestine beginning in a more anterior segment (14) and the two gizzards separated by a membranous septum and a clear furrow, the new species is closer to Protozapotecia than to Diplocardia, even though the latter genus shares the condition of a membranous septum 5/6.
The columella is separated from the cartilaginous septum by the thin membranous septum. The floor of the vestibule is approximately 1 cm long and is formed by skin overlying the superior aspect of the hard palate.
Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and echocardiography demonstrated DCRV, aneurysmal formation of the membranous septum, pulmonary and tricuspid regurgitation (Fig.
(6) Cystic tumor of the atrioventricular node runs from the ostium of the coronary sinus in the right atrium to the membranous septum, along the top of the tricuspid valve septal leaflet.
By resecting the caudal segment and implanting it separately in a columellar pocket, surgeons have attempted to eliminate the effects of mucosal scar contracture on the membranous septum. The swinging-door method was created to maintain closer apposition between the cartilaginous elements.
The membranous septum is formed by the joining of the inlet and outlet septum near the mitral and tricuspid valve.
At first, the flow was thought to be tricuspid regurgitation but it appeared to originate from the membranous septum and to course along the atrial surface of the tricuspid valve consistent with a left ventricular to right atrial (LV-LA) communication.