Delphine Vertu-Ciolino

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INTRODUCTION Mobile nose reconstruction, because of its location, its anatomy and its functional role is a surgical challenge. We describe throughout this article the surgical technique and the importance of the nasolabial flap in a single-step procedure for repairing mobile nose defects. MATERIALS AND METHODS We present 25 cases of mobile nose defects(More)
INTRODUCTION We conducted a study to determine the efficacy of bilateral extraoral infraorbital and infratrochlear nerve blocks during outpatient rhinoseptoplasty under general anaesthesia. PATIENTS AND METHODS In this prospective, double-blind, randomised, controlled trial, 40 adult patients undergoing outpatient rhinoseptoplasty under general(More)
AIM OF THE STUDY Nasal reconstruction remains a challenge for any surgeon. The surgical indications for nasal reconstruction after oncologic resection, trauma or as part of cosmetic rhinoplasty, are steadily increasing. The current attitude for reconstruction is the use of autologous cartilage grafts of various origins (septal, ear or rib) trying to restore(More)
The success of a rhinoplasty is conditioned by a detailed preoperative analysis of the morphology of the nose and face of the patient. A good knowledge of the characteristic reference marks and nasal proportions authorize a detailed description of the nose. The position of the nasal tip is one of the principal characteristics of the nose. It is expressed by(More)
BACKGROUND In young women, ovarian cortex cryopreservation before gonadotoxic chemotherapy and its avascular grafting after cancer healing permitted fertility restoration. However, ischemia reduced the grafts' lifespan. Microvascular transplantation of cryopreserved whole ovary may allow immediate revascularization, ensuring better fertility preservation,(More)
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