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Table 1 Clinical information of patients

From: Bilateral cleft lip repair with simultaneous premaxillary setback and primary limited rhinoplasty

Number Age (Months) Sex Premaxillary status Location of ostectomy in relation to VPS Method of fixation Incision for rhinoplasty Follow-up period (months)
1 10 F Predominantly rotating Anterior None Nostril rim 25
2 11 F Predominantly protruding Posterior Suture material Inverted-U 12
3 14 F Predominantly protruding Posterior Suture material Inverted-U 12
4 12 M Predominantly protruding Posterior Suture material Inverted-U 15
5 97 M Predominantly protruding Posterior Titanium plate Nostril rim 25
6 8 M Predominantly protruding Posterior Suture material Inverted-U 12
7 8 M Predominantly rotating Anterior None Nostril rim 12
8 14 M Predominantly rotating Anterior None Via philtral flap 24
9 5 F Predominantly rotating Anterior None Nostril rim 2
10 8 M Predominantly rotating Anterior None Nostril rim 12
11 14 F Predominantly protruding Posterior Suture material Nostril rim 12
12 62 F Predominantly protruding Posterior Titanium plate Nostril rim 2
  1. VPS= vomero-premaxillary suture