Finite Element Model Analysis of Cephalic Trim on Nasal Tip Stability.

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IMPORTANCE Alar rim retraction is the most common unintended consequence of tissue remodeling that results from overresection of the cephalic lateral crural cartilage; however, the complex tissue remodeling process that produces this shape change is not well understood. OBJECTIVES To simulate how resection of cephalic trim alters the stress distribution… (More)
DOI: 10.1001/jamafacial.2015.0941

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@article{Leary2015FiniteEM, title={Finite Element Model Analysis of Cephalic Trim on Nasal Tip Stability.}, author={Ryan Leary and Cyrus T. Manuel and David Shamouelian and Dmitriy E. Protsenko and Brian J. F. Wong}, journal={JAMA facial plastic surgery}, year={2015}, volume={17 6}, pages={413-20} }