TRAUMATIC PERFORATION OF EAR DRUM WITH FOLDED MARGINS

Normally a traumatic peforation of ear drum has a tendency to heal on its own with minimal intervention. In rare cases where the margins of perforation have folded onto itself, it needs a small procedure where we reposition them so that adequate healing takes place. Here is a case of 69 year old lady who had a perforation of ear drum due to fall, which healed perfectly well due to timely intevention and repositioning of folded margins of perforation. 

Presurgery with folded margins 

Post surgery healed perforation

Pre surgery 

COMPLEX FRACTURE OF NASAL BONE

A nasal bone fracture reduction becomes more challenging if its associated with fracture of maxilla as well. This male patient presented with significant nasal deformity due to fracture of nasal bone and maxilla of right side which was operated by open rhinoplasty approach and sublabial approach without any external scars. 

The results were very good with attainment of normal nasal profile and shape and corrected nasal septum. 

Post surgery