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July 1999

Error in Figure Orientation

Arch Facial Plast Surg. 1999;1(3):170. doi:

In the original article titled, "Nasal Tip Bossae in Rhinoplasty: Etiology,Predisposing Factors, and Management Techniques," published in the April-June 1999 issue of the ARCHIVES (1999;1:83-89), Figure 5, C and D, on page 88 were transposed incorrectly during processing for publication. Figure 5 is reprinted correctly here.

Figure 5.
Patient who underwent vertical dome division without suturing the medial elements together who developed bilateral bossae during a 2-year period. Revised using delivery technique, shave excision, and suturing of medial crura together. Preoperative (A), 2-month postoperative (B), 2-year postoperative (C), and 6-month postrevision (D) views.

Patient who underwent vertical dome division without suturing the medial elements together who developed bilateral bossae during a 2-year period. Revised using delivery technique, shave excision, and suturing of medial crura together. Preoperative (A), 2-month postoperative (B), 2-year postoperative (C), and 6-month postrevision (D) views.

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