Asymmetric Hump Resection and Unilateral Low to High Osteotomy: Surgical Technique for Treatment of a Deviated Nose

Enoz, Murat
June 2008
Journal of Otolaryngology -- Head & Neck Surgery;Jun2008, Vol. 37 Issue 3, pE93
Academic Journal
The article presents a discussion of the surgical techniques that are used in asymmetric hump resection and osteotomy in patients with deviated noses. A discussion of the benefits that are associated with the surgical rhinoplasty techniques is presented. The case of a patient who received successful rhinoplasty is discussed.


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