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Prevention Technique Using Inferior Turbinate Mucosal Flap for Septal Perforation after Septoplasty

Choi JS, Jin KH, Park MW, Kang SH, Lim DJ, Yu MS, Kim H

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Septal surgery is the most common cause of nasal septal perforation. The aims of this study are to introduce a new technique for the prevention of septal...
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A Case of Retrobulbar Hematoma after Septal Surgery Under General Anesthesia

Na SY, Shin SY, Cho JS, Kim SW

Retrobulbar hematoma is a rare complication following septal surgery under general anesthesia. Symptoms and physical findings include temporary blindness, ophthalmoplegia, mydriasis, ptosis, proptosis and eyelid ecchymosis. Recently, we experienced a...
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Prevention of Septal Perforation During Septal Surgery Using Inferior Turbinate Mucosa and Fibrin Glue

Kim BH, Kang SH, Ahn JY, Choi SC, Lee HJ, Lim DJ

  • KMID: 2297642
  • J Rhinol.
  • 2009 Nov;16(2):143-147.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: As septal surgery is being performed more and more often, the incidence of septal perforation as a complication arising from the surgery has also increased. In septal...
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Usefulness of Autologous Cartilage and Fibrin Glue for the Prevention of Septal Perforation during Septal Surgery: A Preliminary Report

Lee JY, Lee SW, Lee JD, Lee YM, Shin JM, Lee JY

  • KMID: 2276661
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2006 Jun;49(6):611-615.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Septal surgery is one of the common causes of nasal septal perforation. In cases of bilateral septal mucosal tearings, autologous cartilage is usually inserted between the injured...
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