Top of the nose, from the top of the tip to the glabella (between the eyebrows). When the dorsum is high, this is called a “bump” or a “hump”. Management of the dorsum is one of the key aspects during rhinoplasty. Some want a straight dorsum (no hump or scoop). Others want to maintain a small amount of elevation of dorsum. Communication between you and your rhinoplasty surgeon is key to having your aesthetic goals realized.