DOI: 10.1097/prs.0000000000009371
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Abstract: Background: Crooked nose deformity is defined as any degree of deviation of the anatomical structures involving the nasal bone, the upper and lower lateral cartilages, and the septum from the midsagittal plane of the face, in any direction. Methods: This study introduces a new technique to correct crooked nose deformity. Twenty-six with I-shaped, C- and reverse C-shaped, and S-shaped crooked nose deformity underwent open approach rhinoplasty. After performing in-out fracture osteotomy, L-strut septoplasty wa… Show more

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