Nasal osteotomies: a cadaveric study of fracture lines.

  title={Nasal osteotomies: a cadaveric study of fracture lines.},
  author={Nathalie Gabra and Akram Rahal and Christian Ahmarani},
  journal={JAMA facial plastic surgery},
  volume={16 4},
IMPORTANCE The different nasal osteotomy patterns used to perform rhinoplasty are poorly described in the literature, and there is a continuous debate between surgeons on the ideal sequence and technique to obtain desired results. OBJECTIVES (1) To evaluate the necessity of a paramedian osteotomy when performing a high-low-high (HLH) osteotomy, (2) to study the fracture pattern of a high-low-low (HLL) osteotomy when combined with a paramedian osteotomy in the presence and in the absence of a… CONTINUE READING
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