Specifically, he did not display nasal manifestations such as epistaxis or saddle nose
deformity, and he had no tracheopulmonary symptoms or signs such as subglottic stenosis, hemoptysis and/or pulmonary nodules on X-Ray.
deformity is a typical RP finding, but our patient's nose was grossly unremarkable.
Like other chronic necrotizing infectious processes, septal perforation with saddle nose
deformity and nasal atrophy can be seen.
Augmentation rhinoplasty with combined use of Medpor graft and irradiated homograft rib cartilage in saddle nose
The history of aesthetic rhinoplasty--special emphasis on saddle nose
Complications include hemorrhage, septal perforation, saddle nose
deformity and, more rarely, cavernous sinus thrombosis and periorbital emphysema.
Dual, soft nosepieces or soft saddle nose
bridges are often preferred for added comfort, particularly where the glasses will be worn for long periods.
She had a saddle nose
deformity, but neither calibre change nor obstruction of the tracheobronchial tree was found on chest computed tomography (CT) scan or X-ray.
Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of calvarial bone in the reconstruction of saddle nose
Riechelmann and Rettinger described a three-step reconstruction of complex saddle nose
deformities in 43 patients.