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wjps 2016, 5(3): 293-297 Back to browse issues page
Autologous Diced Cartilage in Nasal Septoplasty
Sameh Ibrahim Sersar , Ibrahim Yassin , Mohammed Saad Eldin Aly
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Diced rib cartilage is an acceptable option in severe nasal deformities. We present our preliminary experience in KAMC in nasal septoplasties using the autologous diced costal cartilage. This is a retrospective study of the 22 cases who needed the autologous diced costal cartilage in our centre in 4 years. All our patients needed autologous diced rib cartilages. Twelve were wrapped with temporalis fascia, eight needed rectus fascia and perichondrium was used in only 2 cases. The naso-frontal angle for the whole series decreased by a mean of 4.41° (p=0.008) for the group using the rectus fascia diced cartilage graft. From the aesthetic point of view, all cases were satisfied except 3 (13.6%); two in the group of diced cartilage temporalis fascia; group 1.  From the functional breathing view, only 1 case was not satisfied. He was in group 1. Autologous rib cartilage was shown to be a good graft in nasal septoplasty especially if wrapped with rectus fascia.

Keywords: Autologous cartilage, Nasal septoplasty, Rectus fascia
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Type of Study: case report | Subject: General
Received: 2015/06/21 | Accepted: 2016/08/14 | Published: 2016/08/14
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Sersar S I, Yassin I, Eldin Aly M S. Autologous Diced Cartilage in Nasal Septoplasty. wjps. 2016; 5 (3) :293-297
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