Median cleft of the nose was first reported in 1989 by Trendelenburg as Doggennase. This is a very rare disease, and only approximately 30 cases of this condition have been reported in Japan ( 2 ). Tessier’s classification is often used to classify facial clefts ( 4 ). Median cleft of the nose corresponds to a No. 0 cleft according to this classification. No. 0 cleft of Tessier’s classification has two subtypes: frontonasal dysplasia sequence and holoprosencephaly sequence. The case to be reported was of the former type. The patient was followed for 15 years after birth; only soft tissue surgery was performed. The patient is now satisfied with her external appearance. She will be followed carefully and subsequent treatment will be provided.
European Journal of Plastic Surgery – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 1, 2004
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