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Figure 1: More than 50% avulsion of the nose due to road traffic accident: (A) preoperative photo; (B) intraoperative photo of part (A) with forehead flap raised and auricular chondrocutaneous grafts for nasal support in place; (C) immediate postoperative photo of part (A); (D) late postoperative photo of part (C); (E) late postoperative photo of part (C) worm-eye view with unilateral nostril stenosis; (F) donor site of conchal chondrocutaneous grafts showing little deformity of donor ear

Figure 1: More than 50% avulsion of the nose due to road traffic accident: (A) preoperative photo; (B) intraoperative photo of part (A) with forehead flap raised and auricular chondrocutaneous grafts for nasal support in place; (C) immediate postoperative photo of part (A); (D) late postoperative photo of part (C); (E) late postoperative photo of part (C) worm-eye view with unilateral nostril stenosis; (F) donor site of conchal chondrocutaneous grafts showing little deformity of donor ear