Medical Dictionary

depressor septi

noun depressor sep·ti \-ˈsep-ˌtī\

Definition of DEPRESSOR SEPTI

:  a small muscle of each side of the upper lip that is inserted into the nasal septum and wing of the nose on each side and constricts the nasal opening by drawing the wing downward
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