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608 Possible Causes for Saddle Nose

  • Nasal Fracture

    For nasal fracture presenting saddle nose deformity, the nasal septum was fixed with the frontal process of the maxillary bone by Kirschner wire.[] Otherwise, there were no complications such as saddle nose, canthal dystopia, canthal webbing, or nasolacrimal outflow obstruction.[] Two challenging problems to be addressed in the posttraumatic nose are the crooked nose and saddle nose deformities.[]

  • Relapsing Polychondritis

    We describe here a case of sarcoidosis that presented with saddle nose resembling relapsing polychondritis.[] Left ear swelling with erythematous change and saddle nose developed during the course of hospitalization, and an ear biopsy demonstrated severe cartilage necrosis.[] Chronic disease may result in a flabby, droopy ear, cauliflower ear, or saddle nose deformity.[]

  • Syphilis

    […] triad A50.54 Late congenital cardiovascular syphilis A50.55 Late congenital syphilitic arthropathy A50.56 Late congenital syphilitic osteochondropathy A50.57 Syphilitic saddle[] Later manifestations of congenital syphilis include bone and teeth deformities, such as “saddle nose” (due to destruction of the nasal septum), “saber shins” (due to inflammation[] nose A50.59 Other late congenital syphilis, symptomatic A50.6 Late congenital syphilis, latent A50.7 Late congenital syphilis, unspecified A50.9 Congenital syphilis, unspecified[]

  • Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis

    Saddle nose reconstruction in GPA patients with minimal or no local disease is a safe procedure despite an increased rate of revision surgery.[] nose deformity and 20-kilogram unintentional weight loss.[] Ear, nose and throat symptoms are present in 50-95% (persistent nasal obstruction, destructive sinusitis, crusting and/or hemorrhagic rhinitis, nasal septum deformity, saddle[]

  • Rothmund Thomson Syndrome

    Roth·mund syn·drome ( rot'mūnd ), atrophy, pigmentation, and telangiectasia of the skin, usually with juvenile cataract, saddle nose, congenital bone defects, disturbance[] Synopsis hereditary dermatosis atrophy pigmentation telangiectasia juvenile cataract saddle nose congenital bone defects disturbances of hair growth hypogonadism. growth deficiency[] […] poikiloderma, ectodermal dysplasia and juvenile cataracts, and RTS type 2 (RTS2; see this term) characterized by poikiloderma, congenital bone defects (frontal bossing, saddle[]

  • Laron Syndrome

    They had typical appearance features of Laron syndrome such as short stature and obesity, with protruding forehead, saddle nose, large eyes, sparse and thin silky hair and[] Facial changes, including protrusion of the forehead, a saddle nose, hypoplasia of the mandible and other facial bones, thin hair and delayed teething are common features[] Upon examination she was noted to have protruded forehead, thin hair, small hands and feet, and a saddle nose.[]

  • CINCA Syndrome

    nose.[] Craniofacial abnormalities include macrocephaly with frontal bossing, saddle-back nose, and delayed closure of the anterior fontanel.[] From the first days of life, patients display an urticarial rash in association with chronic inflammation with a typical facies featured by frontal bossing and saddle back[]

  • Tertiary Syphilis

    Ulcers in these areas may cause destruction of the bony and cartilaginous structures (saddle nose) or perforations that sometimes persist despite treatment.[] Nasal deformity, in the form of depression of nose, gradually worsened and developed into a saddle, associated with redness over nose and surrounding area.[] Later symptoms may include deafness, teeth deformities and saddle nose — where the bridge of the nose collapses.[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis

    BACKGROUND: Mucopolysaccharidosis I is a lysosomal storage disease caused by a deficiency of the enzyme alpha-L-iduronidase. We evaluated the effect of enzyme-replacement therapy with recombinant human alpha-L-iduronidase in patients with this disorder. METHODS: We treated 10 patients with mucopolysaccharidosis I[…][]

  • Perforated Nasal Septum

    SEPTAL PERFORATION AND SADDLE NOSE DEFORMITY / NASAL DEFORMITY Large septal perforations may cause structural compromise of the nose (deviation of the septum, saddle nose[] There are various grading systems to saddle nose deformity. However the majority can be corrected in a one-stage procedure as a day case patient.[] If the perforation is very large, the structure of the nose can become unstable and the tip of the nose can droop, this is called a “saddle nose.”[]

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