Abstract| Volume 60, ISSUE 4, PS5, April 2007

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Aesthetic outcome after nasal reconstruction: Patient versus panel perception

      Background: There is no gold standard for aesthetic outcome of a successfully reconstructed nose. This study assessed subjective aesthetic outcome after nasal reconstruction scored by patients and an independent panel. Established landmarks of nasal anatomy were evaluated as parameters of good aesthetic outcome.
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