鼻整形术上的照片1998(大韩耳鼻咽喉科)

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 鼻整形术上的照片


Dong-Hak Jung, MD, Jung-Sun Yoon, MD and Jong-Chul Choi, MD
Department of Otolaryngology, College of Medicine, InHa University, Sungnam, Korea

ABSTRACT

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Backgound and Objectives:In rhinoplasty, it is essential to take photographs in order to make preoperative plans and postoperative evaluations. However, for Asians, standardized rules or important photographic points in taking pictures in rhinoplasty have not yet been established. The purpose of this study was to standardize photography in rhinoplasty.Materials and Methods:Using a 35 mm single lens reflex camera with 105 mm macro lens, the authors took pitures of various postures, such as close-up frontals, close-up profiles, chin on chest views, as well as conventional postures such as frontal, profile, oblique, and basal. The Frankfort plane was utilized for all frontal and lateral views. The plane was kept horizontal and centered for all photographs. The vertical axis may be checked by aligning it with the midsaggital plane on the frontal view. The oblique photograph is standardized by ligning the tip of the nose with the outline of the cheek. A close up of the nose from frontal and profile views should include the eyebrow and the lips.Results:A close-up frontal and chin on chest views gave more detailed information about the nasal dorsum and the width of alar flare. A close-up profile views were found to be the most suitable for evaluating the nasal tip. It was possible to evaluate preoperative and postoperative results objectively by using the standardized photographs described here.Conclusion:Preoperative and postoperative photographs are important in providing good results in rhinoplasty. The use of photographs can also provide grounds for objective comparisons between the works of different plastic surgeons. More studies are needed to complete photographic standardization and the present study contributes to this cause. (Korean J Otolaryngol 1998;41:226-31)

KEY WORDS:Rhinoplasty·Photographs.

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