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A useful technique for adjusting nasal tip projection in Asian rhinoplasty: Trapezoidal caudal extension cartilage grafting

January 22, 2016  |  Shao-Cheng Liu, MD; Deng-Shan Lin, MD; Hsing-Won Wang, MD; Chuan-Hsiang Kao, MD

Abstract

The purpose of this article is to present our experience with Asian patients in (1) using a trapezoidal caudal extension cartilage graft to adjust the tip projection in tip refinement for augmentation rhinoplasty, especially for the correction of short nose, and (2) avoiding...

Congenital choristoma (hairy polyp) of the eustachian tube: Surgical management of a rare clinical entity

January 22, 2016  |  Jonathan M. Melzer, MD, LT, MC, USN; Austin Morgan, MD, LT, MC, USN; David Darrow, MD

Macroscopically, choristomas can appear as soft, pedunculated masses that are hairy with a white or a violaceous hue. They can measure up to 6 cm in diameter.

Two cases of sublingual hematoma as a manifestation of child abuse

December 14, 2015  |  Muneesh Mehra, MD; Antonia E. Chiesa, MD; Andrew P. Sirotnak, MD

Abstract

Common intraoral manifestations of child abuse include tears of the frenula, burns, and pharyngeal perforations. Sublingual hematomas can also occur as a result of trauma, but to the best of our knowledge, only 1 case has been previously described in the context of child abuse...

Button battery injuries in the pediatric aerodigestive tract

December 14, 2015  |  Abhinav R. Ettyreddy, BS; Matthew W. Georg, BS; David H. Chi, MD; Barbara A. Gaines, MD; Jeffrey P. Simons, MD

Abstract

Children with a button battery impaction present with nonspecific symptoms that may account for a delay in medical care. We conducted a retrospective study of the clinical presentation, management, and complications associated with button battery ingestion in the pediatric...

The Potter technique for cleft lip rhinoplasty

December 14, 2015  |  Joseph J. Rousso, MD, FACS

The Potter technique is a simpler method than the Dibbell technique to achieve nasal symmetry when the alar base width is harmonious.

Laryngofissure for resection of a recurrent saccular cyst

October 31, 2015  |  Reed C. Gilbow, BS; J. Mark Reed, MD; Jeffrey D. Carron, MD

Congenital saccular cysts represent a rare cause of airway obstruction and inspiratory stridor in infants.

Facial nerve paralysis: Smile reconstruction using the masseteric nerve

September 21, 2015  |  Moustafa Mourad, MD; Christopher Linstrom, MD; Grigoriy Mashkevich, MD

Reanimation methods range from static slings and nerve transfers to dynamic muscle techniques, such as regional temporalis and free gracilis transfer.

The incidence of postoperative aspiration among children undergoing supraglottoplasty for laryngomalacia

August 27, 2015  |  Lauren C. Anderson de Moreno, MD; Sarah J. Burgin, MD; Bruce H. Matt, MD, MS

Abstract

We conducted a retrospective study to determine the incidence of aspiration after supraglottoplasty at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. We reviewed the charts of 468 patients-281 males and 187 females, aged 2 days to 20 years-who had undergone supraglottoplasty for...

Airway characteristics of infants with Pierre Robin sequence who undergo mandibular distraction osteogenesis

August 27, 2015  |  Paul Hong, MD, FRCSC; Donald Kearns, MD, FAAP

Abstract

Newborn upper airway obstruction secondary to micrognathia and Pierre Robin sequence can be managed with conservative and surgical interventions. Mandibular distraction osteogenesis has been used to relieve micrognathia associated with severe airway obstruction. We conducted a...

Fetal rhabdomyoma of the tongue in a newborn

July 21, 2015  |  Nicole L. Aaronson, MD; Julia C.D. Toman, MD; Michael Z. Lerner, MD; Eric D. Baum, MD

Most extra-cardiac rhabdomyomas in the oral cavity arise in the floor of mouth,