Management and Aesthetic Results of Support Grafts in Saddle Nose Surgery

@article{Thomassin2001ManagementAA,
  title={Management and Aesthetic Results of Support Grafts in Saddle Nose Surgery},
  author={Jean-Marc Thomassin and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Paris and Thomas Richard-Vitton},
  journal={Aesthetic Plastic Surgery},
  year={2001},
  volume={25},
  pages={332-337}
}
To define the surgical management and long-term aesthetic results of patients undergoing rhinoplasty with support graft for saddle nose, 147 patients have been included in this retrospective study. One hundred forty-four autogenous grafts (bone or cartilage) and three processed irradiated bovine cartilage grafts have been used during the period 1980–1997. Two approaches have been employed: open rhinoplasty and endonasal approach. Most of cases have been treated with bony grafts (116 bone graft… CONTINUE READING

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