Actual Patient Case Study

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  • Age: 28
  • Gender: Female
  • Ethnicity: white
  • Height: Undisclosed
  • Weight: Undisclosed

Case Description

Secondary Rhinoplasty: Asymmetrical tip, Crooked dorsum


Procedures Details

Findings: On frontal view the nose is deviated to the right with collapse of right nasal tip and a bulbous appearance. The lateral view show a mild dorsal hump and a strained upper lip due to excess anterior nasal spine.
Procedure: The nasal dorm was aligned with spreader grafts and septoplasty. The was corrected with tip grafting and strut grafts. The dorsum was lowered conservatively. The lip-columellar angle improved by removal of bone and cartilage spine.


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