Nasal Valve Surgery in Rhinoplasty

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Introduction

Both the external and the internal nasal valve are areas of naturally occurring narrowing in the cross sectional area of the nose. Nasal valves are crucial zones of airstream regulation especially the internal nasal valve area, which represents the narrowest part of the nasal airway and is instrumental in accelerating and circulating the inspired air. Static or dynamic collapse in these areas of the nose may contribute to decreased inspiratory airflow in patients.

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