Pre-auricular and ascending helical free composite flap in reconstructing an alar defect resulting from a human bite: a case report.

Abstract

Full-thickness defects of the nose result in severe aesthetic and functional problems. Nasal alar defects are frequently caused by trauma, surgical resection or congenital deformities, yet an alar defect due to a human bite is quite rarely seen. For a successful alar reconstruction, selected tissue must be similar to nasal structures in texture, color and… (More)
DOI: 10.5606/kbbihtisas.2011.020

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