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We Performed Extracorporeal Septum Perforation Repairing Surgery!

Extracorporeal Nasal Septum Perforation Closure Operation! In a patient with nasal septum perforation, a portion of the cartilage portion of the nasal septum was taken out of the nasal cavity, and the hole was sutured to the cartilage area by moving the cartilage graft. This septum fragment was reintroduced to the nasal septum as a whole. The silicone splints were removed after 1 month of nasal removal and the nasal septum perforation was successfully closed as seen in the photos above. In the lower endoscopic nasal photograph, a new thin mucosal area covering the cartilage and a white vignette of the cartilage reflected from the bottom are seen in the perforated area. After removal of the silicones, the contact with air covers the normal nasal mucosa hole areas, usually darker pink within a few months.

Almost all of the septum cartilages removed from the nasal septum were re-inserted into the nose.

At the same time, the patient underwent nose surgery. In nasal septum perforation sur…