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Septal Transplant for a Saddle Nose Due to Injury

Septal Transplant for a Saddle Nose Due to Injury Abstract A SUPRATIP depression or saddle is a fairly common complication of a fractured nose. It may result from a hematoma of the septum or a fracture dislocation of the septal cartilage. The supratip saddle may also be associated with a more generalized depression of the nasal dorsum due to extensive comminution of the nasal bones and septum, or to a telescoping injury involving the fronto-ethmoidal region. The management of a patient with a fractured nose and fracture dislocation of the septal cartilage leading to a supratip saddle can be difficult. The correction of this deformity at a later stage may not produce a satisfactory cosmetic result and therefore correct management at the time of injury is important. At present there are four standard methods for the immediate treatment of a supratip saddle of the nose associated with a fractured nose and fracture dislocation of the nasal septum. The most usual References 1. Dingwall, J.A., and Millonig, R.C.: Basic and Practical Immunologic Concepts Related to the Use of Processed Heterogenous Bone and Cartilage in Rhinology , Int Rhinol 2:25, 1964. 2. Clark, G.M.: The Role of the Nasal Septum in One-Stage Rhinoplasty , Arch Otolaryng 85:418, 1967.Crossref 3. Masing, H.: Mechanism of Fracture of the Nasal Cartilages: An Experimental Study , Int Rhinol 3:43, 1965. 4. Millonig, R.C.; Amrein, B.; and Borman, A.: Antigenicity of Bovine Cortical Bone , Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 109:562, 1962.Crossref 5. Anderson, K.J.; LeCocq, J.F.; and Mooney, J.G.: Clinical Evaluation of Processed Heterogenous Bone Transplants , Clin Orthop 29:248, 1963. 6. Ellis, F.: The Use of "Boplant" (Squibb Processed Bone) in Nasal Reconstructive Surgery: A Report of Thirteen Cases , Med J Aust 1:583, 1965. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Otolaryngology American Medical Association

Septal Transplant for a Saddle Nose Due to Injury

Archives of Otolaryngology , Volume 88 (1) – Jul 1, 1968

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1968 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0003-9977
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10.1001/archotol.1968.00770010089017
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Abstract

Abstract A SUPRATIP depression or saddle is a fairly common complication of a fractured nose. It may result from a hematoma of the septum or a fracture dislocation of the septal cartilage. The supratip saddle may also be associated with a more generalized depression of the nasal dorsum due to extensive comminution of the nasal bones and septum, or to a telescoping injury involving the fronto-ethmoidal region. The management of a patient with a fractured nose and fracture dislocation of the septal cartilage leading to a supratip saddle can be difficult. The correction of this deformity at a later stage may not produce a satisfactory cosmetic result and therefore correct management at the time of injury is important. At present there are four standard methods for the immediate treatment of a supratip saddle of the nose associated with a fractured nose and fracture dislocation of the nasal septum. The most usual References 1. Dingwall, J.A., and Millonig, R.C.: Basic and Practical Immunologic Concepts Related to the Use of Processed Heterogenous Bone and Cartilage in Rhinology , Int Rhinol 2:25, 1964. 2. Clark, G.M.: The Role of the Nasal Septum in One-Stage Rhinoplasty , Arch Otolaryng 85:418, 1967.Crossref 3. Masing, H.: Mechanism of Fracture of the Nasal Cartilages: An Experimental Study , Int Rhinol 3:43, 1965. 4. Millonig, R.C.; Amrein, B.; and Borman, A.: Antigenicity of Bovine Cortical Bone , Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 109:562, 1962.Crossref 5. Anderson, K.J.; LeCocq, J.F.; and Mooney, J.G.: Clinical Evaluation of Processed Heterogenous Bone Transplants , Clin Orthop 29:248, 1963. 6. Ellis, F.: The Use of "Boplant" (Squibb Processed Bone) in Nasal Reconstructive Surgery: A Report of Thirteen Cases , Med J Aust 1:583, 1965.

Journal

Archives of OtolaryngologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jul 1, 1968

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