PMID: 7082897Apr 1, 1982Paper

Reconstruction of a defect of the ala nasi following trigeminal anaesthesia with an innervated forehead flap

British Journal of Plastic Surgery
N R McLean, A C Watson

Abstract

A 47-year-old man with a 15 year history of unilateral, idiopathic trigeminal anaesthesia presented with trophic ulceration of the right ala nasi and had a successful nasal reconstruction performed using an innervated left forehead flap. Three years later the cosmetic results is satisfactory and the flap retains normal sensation.

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