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CORRECTION OF SADDLE NOSE

CORRECTION OF SADDLE NOSE Abstract Saddle nose is the most disfiguring of the commonly encountered nasal deformities. It constitutes a real handicap in the lives of those so afflicted. Not only are they psychologically maladjusted, but they often experience added difficulty in their efforts to earn a livelihood. They are therefore entitled to as much attention on the part of the surgeon as sufferers from any other clinical ailment.1 Fortunately, saddle nose is one of the facial deformities which responds satisfactorily to correction. The patient is almost invariably gratified by the decided improvement in his appearance, and his gratification is increased by the favorable comments of his friends. The correction of saddle nose is of particular interest to rhinologists since the deformity is occasionally caused by operations on the nose. The technic for the correction of most of the common nasal deformities has been fairly well standardized in recent years. Except for References 1. Wolf, George D.: Rhinoplasty: Facts and Fiction , Arch. Otolaryng. 11:322 ( (March) ) 1930.Crossref 2. Joseph, J.: Nasenplastik und sonstige Gesichtsplastik , Leipzig, Curt Kabitzsch, 1928. 3. Carter, William W.: Value of Bone and Cartilage Grafts in Rhinoplasty , Laryngoscope 43:905 ( (Nov.) ) 1933. 4. Kazanjian, V. H.: Nasal Deformities and Their Repair , Laryngoscope 43:955 ( (Dec.) ) 1933.Crossref 5. Stout, Philip S.: Bovine Cartilage in Correction of Nasal Deformities , Laryngoscope 43:976 ( (Dec.) ) 1933.Crossref 6. Salinger, Samuel: Cartilage and Ivory in Plastic Surgery of the Nose , Arch. Otolaryng. 6:552 ( (Dec.) ) 1927.Crossref 7. Maliniak, Jacques: Cartilage and Ivory: Indications and Contraindications for Their Use as Nasal Support , Arch. Otolaryng. 17:649 ( (May) ) 1933.Crossref 8. Wolfe, M. M.: Plastic Surgery of the Saddle Nose , Laryngoscope 43:897 ( (Nov.) ) 1933.Crossref 9. Watkins, A. B. K.: Notes on Nasoplastic Surgery , J. Laryng. & Otol. 48:809, 1933. 10. Maliniak, J.: Use of Ivory in Rhinoplasty , Arch. Otolaryng. 1:599 ( (June) ) 1925. 11. Pearse, J. E., Jr., and Wiedrich, M. M.: Avertin Anesthesia , New York State J. Med. 33:385 ( (March 15) ) 1933. 12. Johnson, V. Earl; Sheppa, Pauline, and Haffey, Mary: Avertin Rectal Anesthesia , Am. J. Surg. 25:476 ( (Sept.) ) 1934. 13. Shipway, Francis: Note on Avertin Anesthesia in Operations on the Upper Respiratory Tract , J. Laryng. & Otol. 48:389 ( (June) ) 1933. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Otolaryngology American Medical Association

CORRECTION OF SADDLE NOSE

Archives of Otolaryngology , Volume 22 (3) – Sep 1, 1935

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Copyright © 1935 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0003-9977
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10.1001/archotol.1935.00640030318004
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Abstract

Abstract Saddle nose is the most disfiguring of the commonly encountered nasal deformities. It constitutes a real handicap in the lives of those so afflicted. Not only are they psychologically maladjusted, but they often experience added difficulty in their efforts to earn a livelihood. They are therefore entitled to as much attention on the part of the surgeon as sufferers from any other clinical ailment.1 Fortunately, saddle nose is one of the facial deformities which responds satisfactorily to correction. The patient is almost invariably gratified by the decided improvement in his appearance, and his gratification is increased by the favorable comments of his friends. The correction of saddle nose is of particular interest to rhinologists since the deformity is occasionally caused by operations on the nose. The technic for the correction of most of the common nasal deformities has been fairly well standardized in recent years. Except for References 1. Wolf, George D.: Rhinoplasty: Facts and Fiction , Arch. Otolaryng. 11:322 ( (March) ) 1930.Crossref 2. Joseph, J.: Nasenplastik und sonstige Gesichtsplastik , Leipzig, Curt Kabitzsch, 1928. 3. Carter, William W.: Value of Bone and Cartilage Grafts in Rhinoplasty , Laryngoscope 43:905 ( (Nov.) ) 1933. 4. Kazanjian, V. H.: Nasal Deformities and Their Repair , Laryngoscope 43:955 ( (Dec.) ) 1933.Crossref 5. Stout, Philip S.: Bovine Cartilage in Correction of Nasal Deformities , Laryngoscope 43:976 ( (Dec.) ) 1933.Crossref 6. Salinger, Samuel: Cartilage and Ivory in Plastic Surgery of the Nose , Arch. Otolaryng. 6:552 ( (Dec.) ) 1927.Crossref 7. Maliniak, Jacques: Cartilage and Ivory: Indications and Contraindications for Their Use as Nasal Support , Arch. Otolaryng. 17:649 ( (May) ) 1933.Crossref 8. Wolfe, M. M.: Plastic Surgery of the Saddle Nose , Laryngoscope 43:897 ( (Nov.) ) 1933.Crossref 9. Watkins, A. B. K.: Notes on Nasoplastic Surgery , J. Laryng. & Otol. 48:809, 1933. 10. Maliniak, J.: Use of Ivory in Rhinoplasty , Arch. Otolaryng. 1:599 ( (June) ) 1925. 11. Pearse, J. E., Jr., and Wiedrich, M. M.: Avertin Anesthesia , New York State J. Med. 33:385 ( (March 15) ) 1933. 12. Johnson, V. Earl; Sheppa, Pauline, and Haffey, Mary: Avertin Rectal Anesthesia , Am. J. Surg. 25:476 ( (Sept.) ) 1934. 13. Shipway, Francis: Note on Avertin Anesthesia in Operations on the Upper Respiratory Tract , J. Laryng. & Otol. 48:389 ( (June) ) 1933.

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Archives of OtolaryngologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Sep 1, 1935

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