His piercing azure eyes are complemented by a new addition to his appearance: a septum piercing in his nose.
The application of cocaine and adrenalin may allow of careful inspection of the septum.
In the septum of the nose and in the ears they bore holes, in which they wear rings.
We pass the septum, and find ourselves in the outer church appropriated to the laity.
Not only is the septum involved, but also the outer plates of the nasal cavity.
The septum of the nose is invariably perforated, and the right central incisor--rarely the left, is knocked out during childhood.
The septum of the nose was perforated, and some wore a long straight nose-stick of bone with black bands.
The tumor had passed into the right nose and perforated the septum so as to extend into the left.
A fissure is next formed, dividing this septum into two; it is subsequently continued for the whole length of the cord.
The septum ventriculorum is concave towards the left ventricle, so that a transverse section of that cavity is nearly circular.
"partition between the nostrils," 1690s, Modern Latin, from Latin saeptum "a fence, enclosure, partition," from neuter past participle of saepire "to hedge in," from saepes "hedge, fence." Related: Septal.
septum sep·tum (sěp'təm)
n. pl. sep·ta (-tə)
A thin partition or membrane dividing two cavities or soft masses of tissue in an organism.
The septum pellucidum.