Correction| Volume 46, ISSUE 2, P179, January 1993


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        • A computer-aided method of measuring nasal symmetry in the cleft lip nose
          British Journal of Plastic SurgeryVol. 46Issue 1
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            Objective assessment of the results of cleft lip and nose surgery is necessary to quantify differences between alternative surgical techniques. A previously described method of measuring facial asymmetry has been modified to allow a comparison of differently treated cleft noses (radical nasal correction versus no nasal correction). Standardised, inferior view photographs of 10-year-olds were obtained from patient records. These were projected, traced, digitised and analysed using a BBC microcomputer.
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