Reconstructive rhinoplasty

  title={Reconstructive rhinoplasty},
  author={Anthony J. Maniglia},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},

Plastic Surgery and Modern Techniques

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plastic surgery interaction with other specialities scope of specialty in different minds

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Heinrich von Pfalzpaint, Pioneer of Arm Flap Nasal Reconstruction in 1460, More Than a Century Before Tagliacozzi

Heinrich von Pfalzpaint was ahead of his time regarding his knowledge of wounds, insistence on surgical cleanliness, and his technically easier arm flap rhinoplasty, compared with Tagliacozzi.


Reconstruction of nasal defects with paramedian forehead flap provides a good cosmetic and functional result with minimal complication.

Reconstruction of Depressed Dorsum including Tip of Nose by Autogenous Materials: Our Experience

In this article, forehead and nasolabial advancement flap is used for reconstruction of skin defect over iliac crest bone or conchal cartilage grafts and composite graft from pinna is used.

Two New Polymers as Candidates for Rhinoplasty Allografts: An Experimental Study in a Rabbit Model

Evaluating the biocompatibility and tensile strength of two new polymeric materials implanted inside separate subperichondrial pockets created over the auricular cartilages of 12 rabbits suggests they could be very suitable materials for use in nasal reconstruction.

Dorsal Approach Rhinoplasty

It is from the perspective of constant evolution in the art of rhinoplasty surgery that the author presents, in Part II, his unique ‘eagle wing’ chevron incision technique of dorsal approach rh inoplasty, to overcome the problems posed by the rigid skin nose.

Has the pendulum swung too far?: trends in the teaching of endonasal rhinoplasty.

M EDICINE, AND surgery in particular, is trending toward less invasive procedures, reduced morbidities, and quicker recovery times. Cholecystectomies that used to be performed through a large

Usefulness of Nasal Morphology in Surgical Approaches for Skull Base Tumors

Racial differences are apparent in the proportions of nasal bone types and dimensions of the piriform aperture, which must be taken into account during subcranial, transnasal, and transsphenoidal approaches of surgery for tumors involving the base of the skull.