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Chirurgia 2008 December;21(6):325-9

language: English

The correction of the deviated nose and lateral multiple osteomies

Castiglia G. 1, Piromalli E. 2

1 Private Practice, Genoa, Italy
2 Unit of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery National Institute for Cancer, Genoa, Italy


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The correction of the deviated nose, where the deviations of the nasal septum can be congenital, connatal, or for post-traumatic results, more often verified, needs a plastic septum technique which can be different in the approach and in the execution but which must bring to a durative aesthetical-functional reposition of the median bone-cartilaginous lamina. The rhinoplastic technique is naturally the extramucosa and the lateral multiple osteotomies will have an important role.

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