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sæptal (not comparable)

  1. Archaic form of septal.
    • 1896, Charles H. Knight in The Hot Springs Medical Journal, Volume V., №. 10, page #339:
      On the contrary , a large percentage of them are traumatic ; in other words, they are induced by the habit of picking the nose for the purpose of dislodging a mass of inspissated secretion, which is apt to accumulate at the apex of a sæptal spur or over an area of atrophied mucous membrane.