Nasal deformity: a profile
A total of 330 patients with nasal deformity were evaluated. Crooked nose has been found the commonest nasal deformity (52%). Other deformities included saddle nose (15%), hump nose (11%), tip deformities (3%) and miscellaneous deformities (15%). A profile of these defermities is being presented.
KeywordsNasal Dorsum Cosmetic Problem Nasal Deformity Saddle Nose Congenital Origin
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