Nasal base reduction by alar release: a laboratory evaluation.

Abstract

BACKGROUND When reducing the broad nasal base, there is a limit to the amount of soft tissue that can be resected, beyond which the anatomy distorts and the nostrils become stenotic (if resection enters the nostril). Alar mobilization by freeing soft-tissue attachments helps. This study purported to examine the nature of those attachments and the extent of… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/PRS.0b013e318196bc11

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