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Inverted Nipple Correction Using a Combination of the Perpendicular Suture Method and the Purse-String Suture Method

Kang JK, Yun BM, Song JK, Shin MS

While various surgical methods are used for inverted nipple correction, an optimal technique has not been established. We describe a combination of suture methods including purse-string sutures, based on a...
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Idiopathic Unilateral Gynecomastia in an Adolescent Male: A Case Report

Park SH, Kim JH, Choi HJ, Lee YM, Choi YA

Gynecomastia refers to persistent enlargement of the breast in males caused by enlargement of the breast bud and surrounding stroma. It typically occurs in newborns, during early adolescence, and in...
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Late Capsular Hematoma after Prosthesis Removal Following Aesthetic Breast Augmentation: A Case Report

Park SH, Park ES, Kang SG

Late capsular hematoma formation after augmentation mammoplasty with an implant is a very rare complication. Some mechanisms explaining late capsular hematoma formation have been reported; it is thought to be...
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Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator Flap Breast Reconstruction in a Patient with Huge Uterine Leiomyoma

Kim JM, Ko JG, Oh DY

The deep inferior epigastric perforator (DIEP) flap has long been the gold standard for autologous breast reconstruction. Various factors that can disrupt abdominal wall vascular anatomy make dissection of the...
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Upper Eyelid Pseudocyst Related to Forehead Filler Migration: A Rare Complication of an Illegal Filler Injection

Lee DW, Park ES, Lee WS, Tak MS, Moon AR

We report a very rare case of unilateral blepharoptosis and swelling as an unusual complication of a filler injection. The patient received a filler injection into the forehead 4 years...
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Management of Lacrimal Fistula during Epicanthoplasty: A Case Report

Han HH, Suh HW, Kim NH, Park RH, Kim KT, Ahn TJ

Lacrimal fistula (LF) is a rare abnormality of the lacrimal system. Patients with LF are usually asymptomatic, and thus, treatment is unnecessary. During surgery on a patient with LF, the...
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Cosmetic Lateral Canthal Lengthening with 2 Tarsal Bites Made in the Periosteum

Kim JB, Kim JC, Lee HJ, Lee S, Jung SG, Chung CM

Asian eyes may have a narrow palpebral fissure and an upward Mongolian slant that is sometimes perceived as an angry or unfavorable expression. Among the various methods of oculoplastic surgery,...
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Effectiveness of Hair Care Products Containing Placental Growth Factor for the Treatment of Postpartum Telogen Effluvium

Byeon JY, Choi HJ, Park ES, Kim JY

BACKGROUND: Postpartum telogen effluvium refers to a phenomenon in which some hair in the growth phase progresses rapidly to the resting phase, which leads to excessive hair loss. This causes...
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Comparison of the Amount of Drainage in 3 Acellular Dermal Matrices in Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction: A Retrospective Study

Kim JK, Kim YS

BACKGROUND: Acellular dermal matrix (ADM)-assisted breast reconstruction has gained popularity because it has several advantages. Some studies have reported that the use of ADM was strongly associated with postoperative complications,...
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Early Management of Scars Using a 532-nm Nd:YAG Laser

Jang JY, Han JH, Yoon KC, Shin HW, Kim YS, Kim JK

BACKGROUND: Laser therapy is generally postponed until scar maturation. We speculated that the use of laser therapy at the beginning of the wound healing process might minimize discomfort and problems...
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Will a Fibrin Sealant be Effective as a Seroma Reductant and a Hemostatic Agent in Breast Reconstruction Using a Latissimus Dorsi Flap?

Lee DW, Kang SG, Tak MS

BACKGROUND: The latissimus dorsi (LD) flap is widely used in breast cancer reconstruction, but donor-site morbidity is one of the major limitations of this surgery. Donor-site seroma is the most...
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