Background: Piezosurgery is appropriate for all bony surgeries, but it is predominantly helpful when access is limited and/or the bones are close subtle soft tissue, Aim and objectives; this work aimed for comparing conventional osteotomies and rasping with the Piezosurgery medical device, as regard operative time, post-operative edema, ecchymosis, and pains in open rhinoplasty patients. Subjects and methods: It is a prospective study done at our university hospital from June 2019 to December 2020. This study included 40 patients, 20 done with Piezosurgery technique in osteotomy and rasping, other 20 with conventional technique in osteotomy and rasping. This study involves both males and females their age range from 18-50 years, informed consent taken. Results: Postoperative ecchymosis was statistically significant in 2nd and 4th day’s postoperative, Piezosurgery better than conventional osteotomy and rasping (p
Piezosurgery, Rhinoplasty, Osteotomy, Conventional Technique, Soft Tissues
Shafik A, Abdelmonem M, Khaled A,
Piezosurgery versus Conventional Osteotomies and Rasping in Open Rhinoplasty.
Pan Arab J. Rhinol.
13 : -.
Available at: https://pajr.researchcommons.org/journal/vol13/iss1/6 DOI: https://doi.org/10.58595/2090-7559.1215
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