Stitch Reaction Risks or Infection Risks After Stitching Method Otoplasty Surgery!
Stitching method prominent ear correction surgery is very common application. Using permanent suture materials, the ear folds that are normally inadequate will be rebuilt and a new curve will be created in the ear cuff by squeezing the stitches. In the technique shown here, the cartilage is not formed from scratch, and the cartilage is folded with permanent suture materials. In other words, the stitching must be robust and permanent, requiring a lot of knotting. Although it is preferred as a short-term application in the surgical treatment of buccal ears due to inadequate antihelix angle insufficiency, Due to the fact that the stitches are very close to the skin, there is a risk of stitch nodal points getting out of the skin and becoming infected.
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