Tag Archive 'Rinoplastia'

Lunes 27 / agosto / 2012

An Anatomic Basis for Revision Rhinoplasty

Filed under: Temas de meses anteriores — Dr. Pável Reyes Rodríguez — agosto 27th, 2012 — 2:11 PM

An Anatomic Basis for Revision Rhinoplasty
Pearlman, S. J, Talei, B. A.
Facial plast Surg. [revista en la Internet] 2012 [citado 2012 Aug 27] 28(04): 390-397

As the popularity of rhinoplasty has increased, so have the expectations of both patients and surgeons alike. Revision rhinoplasty has become an evolving field with unique challenges. One must first address the patient’s specific concerns and emotional issues. To properly repair the inadequacies of a failed rhinoplasty, the surgeon must thoroughly analyze and understand the anatomic causes leading to why the patient needs revision surgery.

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Lunes 27 / agosto / 2012

Revision of the Functionally Devastated Nasal Airway

Filed under: Temas de meses anteriores — Dr. Pável Reyes Rodríguez — agosto 27th, 2012 — 2:07 PM

Revision of the Functionally Devastated Nasal Airway
Park, S. S, Hughley, B. B.
Facial plast Surg. [revista en la Internet] 2012 [citado 2012 Aug 27] 28(04): 398-406

Functional rhinoplasty can be especially challenging in a patient who has had previous surgery, trauma, anatomic abnormalities, or systemic disease affecting the nasal mucosa. Through careful analysis and planning, proper function may be restored to a functionally devastated nasal airway.

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Lunes 27 / agosto / 2012

Revision of the Surgically Overshortened Nose

Filed under: Temas de meses anteriores — Dr. Pável Reyes Rodríguez — agosto 27th, 2012 — 2:02 PM

Revision of the Surgically Overshortened Nose
Toriumi, D. M, Bared A.
Facial plast Surg. [revista en la Internet] 2012 [citado 2012 Aug 27] 28(04): 407-416

The short nose deformity may arise from multiple etiologies including iatrogenic following rhinoplasty. The weakening of the cartilaginous support and the contractile forces imposed by the healing soft tissue envelope may result in the short nose deformity. The focus of this article is to present the senior author’s approach to this nasal deformity.

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