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Figure 4: Case 3 presentation: male patient with Tessier 0 in the form of bifid dorsum and widely separated hypoplastic alae corrected in three stages: first, by Z plasty to approximate two halves of nose; second, correction of hypertelorism by orbital translocation; and third stage was bone grafts to augment nasal bone. (a) Preoperative frontal view; (b) approximation of separated alae by Z plasties); (c) after approximation of two nasal halves; (d) planning of hypertelorism repair by orbital translocation); (e) orbital translocation and medialization of nasal bones; (f) after hypertelorism repair and bone graft.

Figure 4: Case 3 presentation: male patient with Tessier 0 in the form of bifid dorsum and widely separated hypoplastic alae corrected in three stages: first, by Z plasty to approximate two halves of nose; second, correction of hypertelorism by orbital translocation; and third stage was bone grafts to augment nasal bone. (a) Preoperative frontal view; (b) approximation of separated alae by Z plasties); (c) after approximation of two nasal halves; (d) planning of hypertelorism repair by orbital translocation); (e) orbital translocation and medialization of nasal bones; (f) after hypertelorism repair and bone graft.