septal nasal cartilage

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septal nasal cartilage

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a thin cartilaginous plate located between vomer, perpendicular plate of the ethmoid, and nasal bones, and completing the nasal septum anteriorly.
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The patients endonasal exam revealed that the quadrangular cartilage was deviated toward the cleft side.
In his technique, he had suggested removal of the quadrangular cartilage, flattening it using a septal morselizer and placing it between the mucoperichondrial flaps.
We consider the most expedient in all cases to do a cut on a left-hand side, even at displacement of the first line or a dislocation of a quadrangular cartilage.
After nasal suctioning of debris, examination of the septum revealed the presence of a 6-ram perforation along the anterior portion of the quadrangular cartilage.
To create this flap, the surgeon first makes a hemitransfixion incision and elevates the mucoperichondrium on both sides of the remaining caudal quadrangular cartilage back to the anterior margin of the perforation.
the junction of the dorsal quadrangular cartilage and the perpendicular plate) is imperative in order to prevent nasal-tip collapse.
Analysis of biopsy specimens revealed some exposed bone and an absence of quadrangular cartilage.
If there is no mucosal tear, blood can collect in the space between the perichondrium and the quadrangular cartilage, causing a hematoma.