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wjps 2012, 1(2): 112-115 Back to browse issues page
Management of the Lateral Walls in Crooked Nose
Ahmet Seyhan
Department of Plastic Surgery, Celal Bayer University, Izmir, Turkey
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In crooked noses, the lateral walls are different in shape and symmetry. Although the septum is very important to obtain a straight nose, identical and symmetrical lateral walls are needed for a straight looking nasal dorsum. As well as the septum, lateral walls also contribute in nasal skeletal support and stability. Thus, obtaining identical and symmetrical lateral walls is important. In order to obtain symmetrical and stable lateral walls, the requirements are to equalize the height, to set in a symmetric location and finally to stabilize the symmetry. These requirements must be taken into consideration while performing the steps of rhinoplasty, namely, hump resection, osteotomies and stabilization by spreader grafts or flaps. Here, we describe the management of the lateral walls in crooked nose in 7 cases.
Keywords: Rhinoplasty; Nasal cartilages; Nasal septum
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Type of Study: case report | Subject: Special
Received: 2012/07/22 | Accepted: 2014/07/26 | Published: 2014/07/26
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Seyhan A. Management of the Lateral Walls in Crooked Nose. wjps. 2012; 1 (2) :112-115
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