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The vomer is a single bone, situated vertically at the back part of the nasal fossae, forming part of the septum of the nose. It is thin, somewhat like a ploughshare in form; but varies in different individuals, being frequently bent to one of the other side; it presents for examination two surfaces and four borders.


nasal, nose, Septum, Vomer


Henry Gray Anatomy Descriptive and Applied (New York: Lea & Febiger, 1913) 115


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