Cartilage of the septum
The cartilage of the septum (or septal cartilage, or quadrangular cartilage) is somewhat quadrilateral in form, thicker at its margins than at its center, and completes the separation between the nasal cavities in front.
Its anterior margin, thickest above, is connected with the nasal bones, and is continuous with the anterior margins of the lateral cartilages; below, it is connected to the medial crura of the greater alar cartilages by fibrous tissue.
- Template:UMichAtlas - "Nasal septum, lateral view"
- Template:SUNYAnatomyFigs - "Diagram of skeleton of medial (septal) nasal wall."