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MEET THE DOCTORS 2018

Dr. Hamilton and Dr. Osborne will be in:

 
New York City: July
Orlando: July
Houston: July
Europe: August
Septal Perforation: Long-Term Outcomes
Figure 1: Nasopharyngoscopy demonstrating nasal septal perforation.

Septal Perforation: Long-Term Outcomes

Nasal Septum Repair/Septal Perforation Surgery/Nose Deformity CLINICAL CHALLENGE Septal perforation surgery is likely one of the most difficult reconstructive surgical procedures performed by a nasal reconstructive surgeon. Long-term follow-up is…

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Management of Pediatric Septal Perforation
Figure 1: X-ray imaging of the head and neck demonstrating a button cell battery within the nasal cavity.

Management of Pediatric Septal Perforation

Lithium Battery Causing Septal Perforation/Nasal Septum Repair/Septal Perforation Surgery CLINICAL CHALLENGE Septal perforations can arise from a variety of injuries to the nose. In the pediatric population children placing small…

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Saddle Nose Deformity and Septal Perforation:  Correcting Nasal Collapse
Figure 4a,b. Nasal reconstruction of anterior septal perforation. Patient also complained that her nose was droopy and wide after developing the perforation. Pre and post-operative photos demonstrate improvement in tip projection after reconstruction of the septum and rhinoplasty.

Saddle Nose Deformity and Septal Perforation: Correcting Nasal Collapse

Nasal Septum Repair/Septal Perforation Surgery/ Saddle Nose Deformity Jason S. Hamilton, MD, FACS Director of the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Osborne Head and Neck Institute, Los Angeles, CA…

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