Facial bipartition was primarily designed for “medial fasciotomy,” performed by van der Meulen, in which the median facial cleft was obliterated and the partial .
FACIAL BIPARTITION. The surgical technique of facial bipartition involves vertical splitting or separation of the facial skeleton into two segments. The procedure.
Facial bipartition is surgery to reposition the entire face forward and to bring the orbits (bones holding the eyes) closer together. Patients who need a facial bipartition have hypertelorbitism, which is an increased distance between the eyes. Many patients who need a facial.
Perioperative management of facial bipartition surgery Marco Caruselli,1 Michael Tsapis,1,2 Fabrice Ughetto,1 Gregoire Pech-Gourg,3 Dario.