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The method that I report is, I believe, an original surgical procedure for the correction of hump and saddle bridge noses and of some other nasal deformities. It is one which I have practiced for the last six years. I described its technic first while on the board the S. S. Rotterdam on June 29, 1922, to Dr. George W. Mackenzie, of Philadelphia, and a group of eye, ear, nose and throat specialists which he conducted to Vienna for a course of study. On July 18, 1924, I again described the operative procedure at a meeting of the Venango County Medical Society of Pennsylvania.
I outline this operation because of its facility and safety, for the greatest deterrent to the correction of external nasal deformities is the difficulty of reaching the field without causing infection or scar formation. The removal of the enlargement in hump nose, or the
JOBSON GB. CORRECTION OF HUMP OR SADDLE BRIDGE NOSE: SIMPLIFIED METHOD. Arch Otolaryngol. 1925;2(1):45–49. doi:10.1001/archotol.1925.00570010053003
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