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Septal Crossbar Graft for the Correction of the Crooked Nose
&NA; Surgical management of the crooked nose still constitutes a problem that is difficult to solve because of the possibility of recurrence and the risk of weakening the supporting structures. TheExpand
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Gridplan Midfacial Analysis for Alloplastic Implants at the Time of Jaw Surgery
Background: Middle-third facial implants are primarily indicated for facial plastic surgery and orthognathic surgery as well as the secondary treatment of facial trauma and congenital malformations.Expand
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The conchal cartilage graft in nasal reconstruction.
Graft selection remains a problem in nasal reconstruction, where the use of autologous cartilage still provides the best resistance to infection and a low degree of resorption. As the nasal septum isExpand
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The lateral crural stairstep technique: a modification of the kridel lateral crural overlay technique.
The Kridel lateral crural overlay technique has proved capable of resolving overprojection with severe ptosis of the tip and can be used along with a medial crural overlay to reduce markedExpand
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The Use of Spreader Grafts in Primary Rhinoplasty
Some candidates for primary rhinoplasty are at greater risk of postoperative complications due to the presence of certain very specific anatomic characteristics. The authors describe their experienceExpand
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Subtotal Reconstruction of the Nasal Septum Using a Conchal Reshaped Graft
  • A. Boccieri
  • Medicine
  • Annals of plastic surgery
  • 1 August 2004
The caudalmost section of the cartilaginous nasal septum performs the important function of supporting the middle and lower third of the nose. Its absence leads inevitably to deformation of the nasalExpand
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The crooked nose
  • A. Boccieri
  • Medicine
  • Acta otorhinolaryngologica Italica : organo…
  • 1 June 2013
SUMMARY The crooked nose is unquestionably the most severe deformity of the nasal septum due to the simultaneous involvement of very important functional and aesthetic elements. As everydayExpand
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Mini Spreader Grafts: A New Technique Associated with Reshaping of the Nasal Tip
  • A. Boccieri
  • Medicine
  • Plastic and reconstructive surgery
  • 1 October 2005
Background: Reshaping of the nasal tip by excision of a strip of cartilage from the cephalic portion of the lateral crura is a commonly used procedure. This surgical technique is not completely freeExpand
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Evolution of the septal crossbar graft technique.
  • A. Boccieri
  • Medicine
  • Facial plastic surgery : FPS
  • 1 November 2006
The septal crossbar graft is a surgical technique used to correct crooked nose and solve the associated functional and aesthetic problems. Described for the first time in 2003, it combines staggeredExpand
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Perichondrium Graft: Harvesting and Indications in Nasal Surgery
Irregularities in the nasal contour of patients who underwent multiple surgeries are frequently related also by skilled surgeons. The aim of this study was to describe the method of harvesting andExpand
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