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Evaluation of Improvement in Nasal Obstruction Following Nasal Valve Correction in Patients With a History of Failed Septoplasty.
Assessment of the EuroQol 5-Dimension Questionnaire for Detection of Clinically Significant Global Health-Related Quality-of-Life Improvement Following Functional Septorhinoplasty.
Polydioxanone plates are safe and effective for L-strut support in functional septorhinoplasty.
Peak Nasal Inspiratory Flow as an Objective Measure of Nasal Obstruction and Functional Septorhinoplasty Outcomes.
Functional septorhinoplasty in the pediatric and adolescent patient.
Peak nasal inspiratory flow is a useful measure of nasal airflow in functional septorhinoplasty.
Improvement in nasal obstruction and quality of life after septorhinoplasty and turbinate surgery.
Analysis of Patient-Perceived Nasal Appearance Evaluations Following Functional Septorhinoplasty With Spreader Graft Placement.
Preoperative characteristics of over 1,300 functional septorhinoplasty patients.
Health Utility Values as an Outcome Measure in Patients Undergoing Functional Septorhinoplasty.
A Comparative Health Utility Value Analysis of Outcomes for Patients Following Septorhinoplasty With Previous Nasal Surgery.
Unilateral Nasal Obstruction Causes Symptom Severity Scores Similar to Bilateral Nasal Obstruction.