Reduction of fracture Nasal Bones

Reduction of fracture Nasal BonesThe nasal fracture is the most common type of facial fracture, and it displays various patterns of the fracture. The nasal fracture is generally considered a minor injury. Therefore most of the nasal fractures have been simply treated with closed reduction CR. Because the bone fragments are not within the visual field in the CR, appropriate reduction could not be achievable if the bone fragments are severely overlapped or displaced. As a result, the postoperative nasal deformity occurs at a maximum incidence of 14% to 50%. Nasal deformity is not easy to correct and lead to poor treatment outcomes. Therefore, the prevention of nasal deformity would be essential for the treatment of nasal fracture.

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