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Antihelix plasty without modeling sutures.
  • Hermann Raunig
  • Medicine
  • Archives of facial plastic surgery
  • 1 September 2005
Many techniques have been described for the surgical correction of protruding ears. A novel modification of a cartilage-sparing otoplastic technique is provided herein. In this modification, aExpand
Avoiding complications of microtia and otoplasty.
Congenital ear surgery constitutes one of the most challenging reconstructive procedures in plastic surgery secondary to the complex architecture of the auricle and the multiple factors involved inExpand
Correction of the hypertrophic conchal bowl without cartilage excision.
We present our technique for conchal bowl reduction. The procedure is fast, easy to learn and reproducible. The technique has now been used in a consecutive series of 208 ears. We describe the stepsExpand
Corrigendum to “Correction of the hypertrophic conchal bowl without cartilage excision” [J Plastic Reconstr Aesthet Surg 67 (2014) 1393–1396]
The authors regret that an error has been found in this article. The paper refers to the number of patients in the study and states that “Between 2008 and 2010, 237 patients (208 ears) underwent theExpand
Release of the Inferior Crus in Antihelix Plasty
Objective: Protruding ears with a hypoplastic antihelix often have poorly developed inferior cura. Publications on this topic until now have only dealt with absent inferior crus and have neglectedExpand
Repair of the Protruding Lobule
Background: In this paper, the author describes a novel step-by-step setback procedure for correcting protruding lobules; the success of correcting protruding lobules depends on the nature andExpand