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Dynamometric Analysis of Normative Auricular Stiffness and Comparison With Operated Prominent Ears
Aim:Stiffness of the auricular cartilage is the main determining factor for the choice of operative technique of the prominent ear deformity. The aim of this study is to evaluate the stiffness of normal appearing ears ...
Objective and subjective evaluation of operation success in patients with nasal septal deviation based on septum type
Background: The present study was performed to compare postoperative success and patient satisfaction among patients with septum deviation according to deviation type.
Autospreading Spring Flap Technique for Reconstruction of the Middle Vault
Reconstruction of the middle third of the nose is crucial and middle vault insufficiency is possible following dorsal reduction in a primary rhinoplasty unless additional surgical measures are taken. The aim of this study ...
Effect of Postrhinoplasty Taping on Postoperative Edema and Nasal Draping A Randomized Clinical Trial
BACKGROUND Edema persists for months after rhinoplasty. Numerous modalities have been described to counteract postoperative edema.
A randomized prospective trial of a novel device for measuring perforation size during inlay -butterfly- myringoplasty
Aim: This study introduces a new device to facilitate perforation size measurement during -butterfly- myringoplasty. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the use of -otological compass- on short-term results of inlay ...
Evaluation of olfaction in patients with pemphigus vulgaris
Background: Pemphigus vulgaris (PV) is an autoimmune disease characterized by acantholysis. PV decreases quality of life and leads to morbidity and mortality. Although the association between PV and otolaryngeal disease ...