a.1.(Anat.) Of or pertaining to the internasal septum.
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This process involves culturing human nasoseptal chondrocytes in a bioreactor and varying the medium composition and amounts of growth factors (14).
(7.) Gocer C, Dursun E, Acar A, Ozman M, Dagli M, Balaban N, et al: Antimicrobial Prophylaxis in Nasoseptal Surgery.
The pituitary fossa closed at the end of the procedure with raised nasoseptal flap or dermal graft placed onto the bony defect, human tissue glue and gelfoam placed over it.
Nasoseptal flap closure of traumatic cerebrospinal fluid leaks.
Kochem et al., "Isolation of human nasoseptal chondrogenic cells: a promise for cartilage engineering," Stem Cell Research, vol.
Pedicled nasoseptal flap was not our primary method of reconstruction in this series although we have used a vascularized septal mucosal flap to reconstruct large skull base defects in more recent cases.
Nasoseptal Perforations: Endoscopic Repair Techniques (online access included)
The introduction of the nasoseptal flap in 2006 reduced the incidence of CSF leaks from 30% to 5% [2].
A novel reconstructive technique following endoscopic expanded endonasal approaches: vascular pedicle nasoseptal flap.
(1) The posterior septal branch of the sphenopalatine artery, also known as the nasoseptal branch, passes horizontally in the lateral-medial direction between the natural ostium of the sphenoid sinus and the choana (figure).