A Case Approach to Open Structure Rhinoplasty, Volume 1
Drs. Johnson and To present an innovative, case-based approach to open structure rhinoplasty. Over 950 high-quality, intraoperative photographs and detailed line drawings illustrate a full range of issues associated with the 80 primary and revision cases highlighted in the text. Coverage ranges from perioperative care and presurgical consultation...through techniques and instrumentation. The authors illustrate the decision-making process involved in each step of each patient's surgery, emphasizing the relationship between technique and result.
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Surgical Anatomy and Physiology of the Nose
The TripodPedestal Concept
The Rhinoplasty Consult
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Alar base reduction apex grafts asymmetry basal view bony-cartilaginous hump buckled bulbous cap graft cartilage harvest cartilaginous dorsum caudal septal deviation Caudal septal trim chin implant Conchal Conchal cartilage deformity deprojected door and Wright dorsal reduction dorsal septum excess Figure Full transfixion incision Gore-Tex Immediate postoperative appearance interdomal Johnson CM Jr large pedestal large tripod lateral crura lateral crus Lateral osteotomies lower lateral cartilages lower third Medial cephalic trim medial crura Medium Fig mucosa nasal bones nasal skeleton nasal spine nasal tip nasofrontal angle Nose Preoperative Evaluation nostrils Open approach Open Structure Rhinoplasty osteotomies and infracture overlying overprojected perichondrium periosteum posterior septal angle Postoperative appearance Fig Preoperative close-ups Fig Preoperative Considerations Preoperative Evaluation Tripod resection Rhinoplasty worksheet Fig S-STE scar segment septal cartilage Septoplasty with swinging shape skin supratip surgery sutured swinging door tension nose thin tip graft tip projection tip rotation tripod cartilages upper lateral cartilages Wright stitch