Relating to the margin of a septum, or to both a septum and a margin.

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sep·to·mar·gin·al .sep-tō-'märj-ən-əl, -'märj-nəl adj of or relating to the margin of a septum

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sep·to·mar·gi·nal (sep″to-mahrґjĭ-nəl) pertaining to the margin of a septum.

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