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Korean Journal of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 1967;10(1): 83-6.
Five Cases of the Free and Pedicle Graft in Atrophic Rhinitis(Maxillo-Turbino-Plasty)
KD Kim, MD, YK Kim, MD, BH Kim, MD, SK Choi, MD, JM Lee, MD, and BJ Lee, MD
Department of Otolaryngology, 1st Army Hospital, Taegu, Korea
上顎洞粘膜을 移植한 萎縮性鼻炎 5例
金光德 · 金榮基 · 金炳華 · 崔性根 · 李鍾萬 · 李鳳祚
第1陸軍病院 耳鼻咽喉科

Though several methods on treatment of the atrophic rhinitis were reported and many different procedures have been tried in surgical method, no excellent results were reported. Recently, we performed 2 cases of the pedicle graft and 3 cases of the free graft in the atrophic rhinitis. The method and results of the above operation are presented. 1) In the pedicle graft, the mucous membrane of the maxillary sinus was transplanted to the atrophied turbinate through the antro-nasal opening, not the maxillary natural opening. 2) In the free graft, the mucous membrane of the maxillary sinus was elevated and removed and grafted on the atrophied turbinate. 3) The operative technique of the free graft is rather simple than of the pedicle graft. 4) In 4 cases whose chief complaints were subsided and the nasal cavity was narrowed almostly as much as normal nasal cavity. 5) In one free graft case, the atrophic change of the transplanted mucous membrane and crust formation were reccurred.

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