Rhinoplasty Assessment

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Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure to reshape the nose. It’s a surgical challenge for the operating surgeon, because every patient has different nasal anatomy and there is no single ideal nose for every face. Every patient has different expectations from the surgery. Moreover, the choice of techniques utilized this procedure and presence of difficulty in foreseeing the long term outcomes of the procedure. Outcome assessment is an integral part of any surgical intervention, especially for rhinoplasty, in which the aesthetic expectations of the patients are very high. Thus the outcome according to patient’s viewpoint must be assessed. A number of quality of life
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No patient had pre-operative ROE ≥75. The mean pre-operative ROE score in the study population was 30.41±16.31. In a study carried out for results evaluation in rhinoplasty, the mean pre-operative ROE score was 28±11.2.25 ( reduction rhino). In another prospective study with an aim to analyze satisfaction outcomes in open functional rhinoplasty, the pre-operative value was found to be 24.8±14.6. in a study to evaluate the satisfaction of patients undergoing rhinoplasty for crooked nose, the pre-operative ROE value was found to be…show more content…
Ophthalmology consultation was taken and it was cured in a week time by bandaging of eye. 3-4 mm septal perforation was seen in one patient. 6.66% patients showed synechiae formation which were later on excised under local anaesthesia. Some kind of residual deformity was seen in one-fourth patients, the most common of which was dorsum deviation in 20% patients, broad dorsum in 10% patients, residual hump and residual saddling in one patient each. Newer cosmetic complaints were recorded in 16.66% of patients. Broadening of dorsum post-operatively was complained by 2 patients and 2 patients complained of projection of the dorsal implant. Patient in whom saddling was seen along with previous history of septal abcess, Biopore was used as the implant material, complained of feeling of mobility of the implant under the skin of dorsum of nose along with residual saddling 6 months post-operatively. No mortality occurred in the case series and no major morbidities were

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