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A new technique for the correction of the severely deviated nose is described. After submucosal resection of the septum, the nasal hump is resected, reversed, and reinserted. This technique was applied to 27 patients over a four-year period with successful results. The advantages and disadvantages of the method are discussed.
Treatment of bulbous nasal tip is difficult. In the presence of thick, inelastic skin, cartilaginous framework should be supported in special areas. Many tip grafting techniques have been described but the results usually are not satisfactory. We developed a new tip grafting technique to provide extra support and extra length to the nasal tip. The graft is… (More)
The ideal reduction mammaplasty technique should create a pleasing breast shape with minimal scarring. The long and conspicuous scar associated with the classic inverted ``T'' pattern mammaplasty techniques are not acceptable for many patients. Periareolar mammaplasty techniques cause less scarring, but they have major disadvantages such as scar widening,… (More)