Different techniques for caudal extension graft placement in rhinoplasty: ptDiferentes técnicas para colocação de enxerto de extensão caudal em rinoplastia.

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Summary of "Different techniques for caudal extension graft placement in rhinoplasty: ptDiferentes técnicas para colocação de enxerto de extensão caudal em rinoplastia."

The caudal extension graft is usually a cartilage graft that overlaps the caudal margin of the nasal septum. A combination of the caudal extension graft and the tongue-in-groove technique is used to stabilize the nasal base, set tip projection, and refine the alar-columellar relationship.


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Name: Brazilian journal of otorhinolaryngology
ISSN: 1808-8686


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