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Experiments in Rhinology & Otolaryngology

A Modified Technique of Rhinoplasty Using Cortical Bone Graft to Correct Saddle Nose Deformity with Loss of Septal Cartilage

Submission: May 08, 2018;Published: July 25, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/ERO.2018.02.000529

ISSN: 2637-7780
Volume2 Issue1


Several types of graft materials are used in correction of correction of saddle nose deformities but autologous tissues including remain the materials of choice due to ease of availability and biocompatibility. This article describes a case of saddle nose deformity with loss of Septal cartilage due to septal abscess which was corrected by a modified technique of augmentation Rhinoplasty using tri-cortical iliac crest graft for dorsum, combined with monocortical iliac graft to form a ‘Golf stick’ for Septal augmentation and, modified Goldman’s tip-plasty for tip correction.

Keywords:Rhinoplasty; Osteotomy; Graft; Autograft

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