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The concepts and principles of providing lining for full-thickness nasal defects were discussed in. The vascular anatomy of each flap was also discussed. The purpose of this chapter is to present the technical aspects of developing and transferring lining flaps.
KeywordsCartilage Graft Nasal Passage Septal Cartilage Nasal Defect Bony Septum
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