The banner flap

J K Masson, B C Mendelson
American Journal of Surgery 1977, 134 (3): 419-23
Wide experience with the banner flap for closure of postsurgical defects of the nasal dorsum shows not only that it is a predictably safe and versatile procedure but also that its use enables a superior cosmetic result to be obtained. The operative technic is described in detail along with our clinical experience.

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