Rhinoplasty, often known as nose surgery, is requested by patients for a number of reasons. Indeed, nose shape issues can arise as a consequence of trauma, or they might be congenital or the result of a deformity. There are several methods for nose reconstruction. Each patient is given the approach that is most appropriate for his or her condition. Furthermore, the surgical method may be external or internal, depending on the intricacy of the surgery (endonasal).
The surgical surgery known as rhinoplasty entails restoring the cosmetic balance of the nose as well as addressing various functional problems that may impair breathing or the treatment of the nasal septum’s deviation.
The type of corrective nose surgery that maxillofacial surgeons frequently do is called septoplasty, or nasal septum correction surgery. This surgical procedure is done to fix the breathing issues brought on by a deviated nasal septum. The process entails the careful removal of cartilage from the nasal septum, which is situated at the base of the nasal mucosa, using one or more specialized procedures as necessary.
The Wireless Color Doppler Linear Ultrasound Scanner L2CD may be useful for surgical planning and patient counseling since it is a non-invasive tool that evaluates the amount of surviving septal cartilage in the presence of past septoplasty. A color doppler scan of the veins surrounding the nose reduces the risk of bruising and other problems after surgery.
Color Doppler Linear Ultrasound Scanner also aids with pre-operative treatments such as anesthesia, which can save physicians time and relieve patients’ agony by eliminating inaccurate and repeated infusions.
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