Binder’s syndrome: a case report

Rohit Mehrotra

Binder's syndrome or nasomaxillary hypoplasia or maxillonasal dysplasia is an uncommon developmental disorder predominantly affecting the maxillary anterior region and the nasal complex. A concave profile, broad and flat nose, short columella, convex upper lip, and malocclusion are the major clinical findings. The characteristic features of this syndrome are developmental failure in the premaxillary area, with concomitant defects of the nasal skeleton. The current article presents case report of 16yr old patient of binder’s syndrome describing its features, surgical intervention and postop results.

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