Definition of Perinasal
1. Adjective. Near the nose.
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Literary usage of Perinasal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical by Henry Gray (1883)
"Crossing the ischio-rectal fossa, they are distributed to the muscles and integument of the anal region. The transverse perinasal isa small branch, ..."
2. Bilharziosis by Frank Cole Madden (1907)
"... fistula is very small, in marked contrast to that occurring with floor fistulas. In the latter variety the destruction of tissue occurs on the perinasal ..."
3. History and Pathology of Vaccination by Edgar March Crookshank (1889)
"Considering these symptoms, and above all the appearance of the perinasal eruption, M. Renaud and I did not hesitate to assert, in the presence of Dr. ..."
4. Rest and pain: A Course of Lectures on the Influence of Mechanical and by John Hilton (1891)
"... or perinasal branch of the inferior gluteal nerve is sometimes important in practice. CASE OF PAIN ON ONE SIDE OF PENIS DEPENDING ON DISEASE OF THE ..."