We Performed Extracorporeal Septum Perforation Repairing Surgery!
Extracorporeal Nasal Septum Perforation Closure Operation!
Almost all of the septum cartilages removed from the nasal septum were re-inserted into the nose.
- altered nasal anatomy
- limited nasal septum cartilage (large perforations alone with mucosal flaps may not be possible to close successfully!)
- the drying effect of abnormally accelerated air flow and the decrease of blood supply in the mucous membranes or the emergence of mucosal infection areas, more prominent in the mucosae at the edges of the perforation
- grafts that are used for perforation closure in wide perforations, contact with air passing through the nose and re-hole due to drying
As a matter of fact, as the perforation diameter grows, these negative features can be prolonged and many types can be written ...
In the nasal septum perforation closure operations, the technique of turning mucosal flaps alone is successful in small holes; the diameter of the bore increases considerably. In particular, the closure of the perforation by cutting the lower nostrils means the elimination or reduction of the unique tissues responsible for nasal uplift, heating, humidification and pressurization tasks in patients who already have a reduction in nasal functions associated with accelerated airflow. Therefore, I do not prefer additional anatomical changes and additional nasal damage as I do not like.
When the perforation of the nasal septum exceeds 2 cm in diameter, there is a serious reduction in the rate of complete closure. Particularly in the size of 4 cm or more, the chance of success with a single operation is even lower.
|Combining rhinoplasty with extracorporeal septal perforation repair|
Below, I have also included other photos of extracorporeal septum perforation repair during and after the operation.
At the end of this page, you can find links to different processes and videos that I have previously published on nasal septum perforation closure.
Other links about nasal septum perforation:
- Closure of Nasal Septum Perforation With Subcutaneous Tissue During Nasal Aesthetic Surgery
- Nasal Septal Perforation - Definition, Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment
- Nasal Septum Perforation - Definition, Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Video
- Repair of Large Septum Perforation With Rib Cartilage Video
- Large Septum Perforation Repair With Rib Cartilage - Examination 4 Month After Surgery
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