septal artery

sep·tal ar·ter·y

a branch of the superior labial artery that supplies the lower part of the nasal septum.
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sep·tal ar·te·ry

(septăl ahrtĕr-ē)
Branch of superior labial artery that supplies lower part of nasal septum.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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After balloon inflation, angiographic contrast was injected through the balloon catheter together with simultaneous transthoracic two-dimensional myocardial contrast echocardiography to determine the extent of the myocardium supplied by the selected septal artery. After delineation of the size of targeted myocardium, 1-4 ml of alcohol was slowly (1 ml/min) injected.
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At the posterior insertion of the nasal septum, the branch makes a 90[degrees] anterior turn and becomes the posterior septal artery.
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Right superior septal artery with "normal" right coronary and ectopic "early" aortic origin: a contribution to the vascular supply of the interventricular septum of the human heart.
This finding is consistent with this theory because proximal LAD occlusion before septal artery may lead to RBBB due to septal ischemia.
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Depending on the septal artery size and the septal thickness, 1-3 mL of absolute ethanol is slowly instilled through the lumen of the inflated balloon catheter and left in place for 5 minutes.