• Six patients with symptomatic large anterior septal perforations were treated for relief of symptoms and the frequently concomitant saddle-nose deformity. The patients required large anteriorly and posteriorly based rotation flaps consisting of mucoperiosteum from the floor, lateral wall, and inferior turbinate of the nose.
(Arch Otolaryngol 1985;111:450-455)
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