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Postoperative Septal Abscesses According to the Techniques of the Septoplasty
Journal of Rhinology
and Objectives: Recently, the swinging door and grafting techniques have been heavily used for straightening and holding the caudal septum. However, reconstructive septoplasties require more extensive dissection of septal structures. Extensive anatomical dissection and complicated procedures may affect the probability of postoperative bleeding and infection. Materials and Method: We retrospectively reviewed the records of 141 consecutive patients who underwent septal surgeries from Februarydoi:10.18787/jr.2017.24.2.74 fatcat:kpz4fxu7nrg6vmglenkyg35rgq