EurLex-2 43 By contrast, there is no objective difference between the situation of a national of a Member State who resides in a third country, other than an EEA Member State or the Swiss Confederation, and is affiliated to a social security scheme in that third country, and that of a national of that Member State who resides there and is affiliated to a social security scheme there, in so far as, in both cases, they have not made use of the freedom of movement within the European Union and cannot, therefore, rely on the principle that the legislation of a single Member State only is to apply in matters of social security. Ideally, grafts of the nose should be anatomical in shape. Follow-up was 11 to 19 months.
Ideally, grafts of the nose should be anatomical in shape. So doing might make grafts of the alar rim more robust. The authors considered doing that by applying the graft as a continuous extension of the lateral crus.
Twelve patients two men and 10 women constituted the study group seven primary and five secondary cases. Of those, there were five concave rims, two concave rims with rim retraction, two boxy tips, and three cephalically oriented lateral crura.
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Surgical technique included the following: 1 an open approach was used; 2 a marginal incision that ignored the caudal margin of the lateral crus the incision went straight posteriorly to a point 5 to 6 mm from the rim margin was used; 3 a triangular graft was made to cover the exposed vestibular skin; 4 it was secured end to end to the caudal border of the lateral crus; and 5 the poster end was allowed to sit in a small subcutaneous pocket.
Follow-up was 11 to 19 months.
All 12 patients exhibited good rims as judged by a blinded panel. Rim retraction was not fully corrected in one patient, but no further treatment was required.
One patient did require a secondary small rim graft for residual rim concavity. The concept of grafting the alar rim is strongly supported by the authors' results.
Ideally, grafts of the nose should be anatomical in shape. So doing might make grafts of the alar rim more robust.
The modifications the authors applied by designing the graft to be anatomical in shape has been a technical help.