Rhinoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure for correcting and reconstructing the form, restoring the functions, and aesthetically enhancing the nose by resolving nasal trauma, congenital defect, respiratory impediment, or a failed primary rhinoplasty.
This book is a concise guide to rhinoplasty for otolaryngologists and plastic surgeons.
Beginning with an overview of nasal anatomy, and instruments and preoperative assessment, the text then describes basic techniques and incisions.
The following sections cover different surgical techniques, presenting each in a step by step format, and covering both common and more complex procedures. The final chapter discusses revision rhinoplasty.
The text is highly illustrated and includes photographs of cadaver dissections demonstrating nasal anatomy and surgical methods.
- Concise guide to rhinoplasty for otolaryngologists and plastic surgeons
- Explains basic nasal anatomy, surgical instruments and techniques
- Includes section on revision rhinoplasty
- Features photographs of cadaver dissections demonstrating nasal anatomy and surgical procedures
1. History of Rhinoplasty 2. Anatomy and Physiology 3. Instruments and Preoperative Assessment 4. Anesthesia 5. Basic Technique 6. Incisions and Approaches 7. Mobilization of Soft Tissues (Skeletonization) 8. Nasal Spine 9. Removal of Hump 10. Septoplasty 11. Osteotomies 12. Shortening the Nose and Narrowing of Middle Third of Nos 13. Tip Plasty 14. Sutures and Dressing 15. Postoperative Care 16. Augmentation Rhinoplasty 17. Rhinoplasty in Atrophic Rhinitis 18. Surgery of the Crooked Nose 19. Surgery of Alar, Columellar Deformity and Vestibular Stenosis 20. Nasal Reconstruction 21. Revision Rhinoplasty References
Swapan Kumar Ghosh MS DLO DNB
Professor, Department of ENT, IPGME&R and SSKM Hospital, Kolkata, India