Skin and cartilage grafts correct deep nasal alar defects

04/2/2013 | Modern Medicine

Deep defects on the nasal ala following Mohs surgery were successfully repaired using a procedure in a 20-patient study reported in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery. The one-step procedure was useful for defects that needed support to prevent the collapse or pulling back of the ala. Full-thickness skin and auricular cartilage grafts were used.

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