Release of the Inferior Crus in Antihelix Plasty

@article{Raunig2016ReleaseOT,
  title={Release of the Inferior Crus in Antihelix Plasty},
  author={Hermann Raunig and Michael Ofner},
  journal={Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology},
  year={2016},
  volume={125},
  pages={564 - 570}
}
Objective: Protruding ears with a hypoplastic antihelix often have poorly developed inferior cura. Publications on this topic until now have only dealt with absent inferior crus and have neglected its importance in everyday antihelix plasty. This article describes a new surgical technique to improve treatment of the antihelix. Methods: Patients with protruding upper third ears received either standard otoplasty with crus superior remodeling (ST) or the newly developed surgical procedure… Expand
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