Journal Plastic Surgery and Cosmetology.

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Tongue in Groove, Does it Works to prevent Post-Operative Septal Deviation

Although septoplasty could also be thought-about the most typical nasal procedure done, still repetition of anterior body part deviation is commonly a tangle facing rhinology surgeons. repeated anterior body part deviation is alleged to be either because of memory cells, resilience of the gristle and/or unstable caudal finish of the septum. during this study we have a tendency to aimed toward fixing the caudal finish of the septum between the medial crurae of the lower lateral cartilages once retrograde dissection followed by tongue in groove fixation victimisation absorbable  sutures. within the majority of cases the septum was maintained within the middle line while not repeated operative deviation along with optimum tip projection and rotation.

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