Charlin'S Syndrome Following a Routine Septorhinoplasty

Ali Kavyani, Ali Manafi
World Journal of Plastic Surgery 2018, 7 (1): 103-108
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There are some rare but probable devastating complications following any rhinoplasty. Charlin's syndrome is a typical one. It is completely related to the external nasal nerve. In this report, we are presenting a 21-year-old female with signs and symptoms of Charlin's syndrome, persisting for 4 years after a routine septorhinoplasty operation. Surgery was uneventful and the patient underwent bony septal resection and caudal septal relocation. Osteotomy was internal low to low and external transverse bilaterally. Overall, a routine septorhinoplasty was executed. Everything went well postoperatively, until 4 months after surgery, when some irritating symptoms developed and gradually intensified.

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