septal

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sep·tal

 (sĕp′təl)
adj.
Of or relating to a septum or septa.

septal

(ˈsɛptəl)
adj
1. (Biology) of or relating to a septum
2. (Anatomy) of or relating to a septum
3. (Mechanical Engineering) of or relating to a septum
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Adj.1.septal - of or relating to a septum
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sep·tal

a. septal, rel. a un septum;
___ deviationdesviación ___.
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At the end, septally lesioned rats were sacrificed by large dose of pentobarbitone sodium given intraperitoneally.
The effect of Naloxone injection on food intake after 24hrs fasting was measured in septally lesioned male and female rats.
Bifocal right ventricular pacing consists of implantation of two right ventricular leads: one placed septally at the apex, and the other in the high septal outflow tract.