Isolated Tessier no. 1 cleft of the nose.

Abstract

We report 3 patients with isolated cleft or coloboma of the nose--an extremely rare occurrence. This entity belongs to no. 1 of Tessier's classification of craniofacial clefts. Excessive separation of the medial and lateral nasal processes of the frontonasal process may be the genesis of this condition. Management should address two points: the cleft and… (More)

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