Medical Definition of Cartilago alaris major

1. One of a pair of cartilages that form the tip of the nose. It consists of a medial crus that extends into the nasal septum with its fellow of the opposite side, and a lateral crus that forms the anterior part of the wing of the nose. Synonym: cartilago alaris major. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cartilago Alaris Major

cartilaginous fish
cartilaginous neurocranium
cartilaginous part of auditory tube
cartilaginous part of external acoustic meatus
cartilaginous part of skeletal system
cartilaginous septum
cartilaginous structure
cartilaginous tissue
cartilaginous tube
cartilago alaris major (current term)
cartilago articularis
cartilago arytenoidea
cartilago auriculae
cartilago corniculata
cartilago costalis
cartilago cricoidea
cartilago cuneiformis
cartilago epiglottica
cartilago epiphysialis
cartilago meatus acustici
cartilago nasi lateralis
cartilago septi nasi
cartilago sesamoidea laryngis
cartilago thyroidea

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