external nose

(redirected from nasus externus)

ex·ter·nal nose

the visible portion of the nose that forms a prominent feature of the face; it consists of a root, dorsum, and apex from above downward and is perforated inferiorly by two nostrils separated by a septum.
Synonym(s): nasus externus, nasus (1)

ex·ter·nal nose

(eks-tĕr'năl nōz)
The visible portion of the nose that forms a prominent feature of the face; it consists of a root, dorsum, and apex from above downward and is perforated inferiorly by two nostrils separated by a septum.
Synonym(s): nasus (1) .

ex·ter·nal nose

(eks-tĕr'năl nōz)
Visible portion of nose that forms a prominent feature of the face; it consists of a root, dorsum, and apex from above downward and is perforated inferiorly by two nostrils separated by a septum.