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Reducing Risk Through Pre-op Tests?
I want to take a rhinoplasty. Of course there are some risks, because we don’t know how the tissue and the cartilage will develop after the operation. In order to minimize the risks, is it possible to analyze the tissue and the cartilage before the operation thoroughly, in order to know how it could react on a operation and therefore how it could approximately develop after the operation.
No testing of tissue to determine rhinoplasty outcome
Reducing Risks in Rhinoplasty
Minimizing Surgical Risk After Rhinoplasty
Reducing Risks with Pre-op Tests
No blood tests for healing after rhinoplasty
Reducing Risk Through Pre-op Tests
Pre-Operative Testing of Cartilage and Bone to Optimize Rhinoplasty Results?
Tests can't predict healing, history might
Preoperative Workups for Plastic Surgery
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