interseptal


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interseptal

(ˌɪntəˈsɛptəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated between septa
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After first premolar extraction, the interseptal bone distal to the canine was undermined with a bone bur, grooving vertically inside the extraction socket, along the buccal and lingual sides, and extending obliquely toward the base of the interseptal bone to weaken its resistance.
noted that the presence of ring shaped structures and interseptal bands in the slowly growing breast mass should suggest a hydatid cyst [6].
Another rapid tooth movement method, interseptal bone reduction or corticotomy [12], was more traumatic and invasive methods than MOP.
Majority of patients shows reticular or reticulonodular patterns on chest X-ray and on HRCT of chest various radiological abnormality were Interseptal Thickening (72.6%), Honeycombing (54.8%), Bronchiectasis (60.2%), GGOs (61.6%), Reticulation (65.7%), Cyst (5.5%), Nodules (20.5%), Air trapping (26.6%), Intrathoracic lymph nodes (37.0%), Pleural effusion (1.4%), Pleural Thickening (15.1%) and Consolidation (8.21%).
Most frequent HRCT findings were ground-glass appearance (n=45, 74.2%) and interseptal thickening (n=36, 58.1%).
imaging of thigh revealed patchy hyperintense signal on T2-weighted imaging involving medial compartment (adductor longus and brevis) with interseptal edema [Figure 2 and 3].

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