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(anatomy) a dividing partition between two tissues or cavities

a partition or wall especially in an ovary

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The septum pellucidum (SP) is a fine membranous midline structure that serves to separate the frontal horns of the lateral ventricles.
Differential diagnosis includes sinus of Valsalva aneurysm, muscular ventricular septum aneurysm, membranous ventricular septal defect.
Of the Atlantic siderastreids, Siderastrea radians had the fewest septa and fewest teeth per septum, the shortest septum length, and the largest gap between septa (Fig.
The septum presented a microfenestration in center.
Approach to caudal septum has traditionally been described with both open and closed approach.
Patients with chronic sinusitis and adenoid hypertrophy were excluded, hence isolating deviation of the septum as the only causative factor for the aforementioned symptoms.
To the best of our knowledge, this case represents the first reported case of a pleomorphic adenoma of the nasal septum to be treated with a radio-frequency knife.
Interventricular septum had two parts: muscular and membranous.
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Consultants from the hospital said that difficulty in breathing may be caused by many factors such as displacement of the nasal septum or deviation of the nasal septum into one of the cavities (nasal septum deviation).
The consultants stated that difficulty with breathing during sleep may be caused by many factors, such as displacement of the nasal septum or deviation of the nasal septum into one of the cavities (Nasal Septum Deviation).
Severely increased interventricular septum is seen at TTE parasternal long axis view
This formogenetically difficult period is connected with development of the palate, nasal septum, formation of tongue, rudiments of teeth, glands and other structures (Khoroshilkina, 1999).