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Patient-reported tool helps assess rhinoplasty outcomes

September 21, 2017

Results demonstrated that the new patient-reported Standardized Cosmesis and Health Nasal Outcomes Survey may aid clinicians in evaluating both cosmetic and functional outcomes of rhinoplasty.

Researchers developed the survey and interviewed patients between October 2016 and April 2017 at a single tertiary clinic in the United States. The analysis included 18 pre- and postoperative patients, five clinicians, and a group of 191 nonrhinoplasty participants for what the researchers described as a “field test.”

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