Shaping the nasal bones
constitutes an integral part of the rhinoplasty procedure.
For instance, plain X-Ray is usually not useful for diagnosis of NBF in the pediatric population whose nasal bones
are not ossified (7).
Ultrasound evaluation of the length of the foetal nasal bones
A prompt and effective line of management in the shape of immediate drainage of hematoma, digital correction of deviated nasal bones
and nasal packing reduces the likelihood of future complications and morbidity.
Ofodie concluded that Austrians' nasal bones
were the longest and the Ashantis had the widest pyriform aperture (oval shape) .
He listed more than 50 injuries including broken nasal bones
and numerous cuts and bruises.
9%) were suffered with Facial bone fractures, among the 44 facial bone fractures nasal bone
fractures were commonest 21(47.
Closed reduction was performed using Walsham and Asches forceps to reduce the nasal bones
His nasal bones
were smashed and he inhaled blood into his airways which inhibited his ability to breathe.
He was treated for severe injuries to his nasal bones
, fractures to his upper jaw and to one of his teeth which was left imbedded in his nose.
CT scans and microscopic and chemical analyses of the head (shown above) revealed Egyptian mummification techniques, including breaking of nasal bones
to remove the brain, the researchers report online November 24 in Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences.
Nasal trauma may result in a combination of soft tissue injury, fracture of nasal bones
and the septum; the risk of occurrence of nasal septal deformities increases after nasal injuries.