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Palatal Fistula of a Healthy Adult after an Infectious Disease: A Case Report

Choi HN, Park JH, Han YS

PURPOSE: In rare cases, infectious disease can become the cause of palatal fistula as it usually occurs in immunocompromised patients. We are reporting this case because we have successfully reconstructed...
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A Giant Sebaceous Epithelioma on the Scalp: A Case Report

Kim EY, Kim SG, Kim YJ, Lee SI

PURPOSE: Sebaceous epithelioma (sebaceoma) is a benign tumor with sebaceous differentiation. It presents primarily as a yellowish papule or nodule on the face and scalp. It must be differentiated from...
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Dermatofibroma of the Lower Lip: A Case Report

Yeo KK, Lee JH, Chang CH

PURPOSE: Dermatofibroma is a common benign dermal tumor characterized by a proliferation of fibroblast-like spindle cells. It is commonly localized on the skin of extremities and presents as a slow...
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Herpes Simplex Virus Infection after Corrective Rhinoplasty through External Approach: Two Case Reports

Kim HI, Hwang SM, Ahn SM, Lim KR, Jung YH, Song JK, Jeong JY

PURPOSE: Eczema herpeticum, caused by herpes simplex virus, is an infectious disease involving skin and internal organs. Varieties of physiologic, psychosocial, or environmental stress reactivate reservoir virus which exists in...
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Enlarged Lipogranuloma after Closed Reduction of Nasal Bone Fracture: A Case Report

Lee JW, Choi JI, Ha W, Yang WS, Kim SY

PURPOSE: Lipogranuloma is the reaction of adipose tissue to various oils, paraffin, and other hydrocarbons injected into subcutaneous tissue for cosmetic or other reasons. The authors experienced a case of...
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Supernumerary Nostril: A Case Report

Hwang SM, Kim HI, Ahn SM, Lim KR, Jung YH, Song JK

PURPOSE: Supernumerary nostril, also known as triple nostril or accessory nostril, is one of the extremely rare congenital nasal deformities which includes an additional nostril. Since Lindsey reported the first...
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Congenital Upper Lip Sinus Found in Adolescent Patient: A Case Report

Jung HJ, Kang SJ, Kim JW, Sun H

PURPOSE: Congenital sinus of the upper lip is extremely rare and only 3 cases have been reported domestically. We report a case of congenital sinus of midline upper lip, which...
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Dandy-Walker Syndrome with Submucous Cleft Palate: A Case Report

Kwang BS, Na YC

PURPOSE: Dandy-Walker syndrome is a rare congenital brain malformation that occurs one in every 25,000-35,000 live births, mostly in females. It is characterized by cystic enlargement of the fourth ventricle,...
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Craniofacial Deformity in a Patient with Dyke-Davidoff-Masson Syndrome: A Case Report

Lee SH, Lee HK, Jeong HS

PURPOSE: The Dyke-Davidoff-Masson syndrome is a rare disease entity that was first reported in 1993, and it is characterized by not only the cerebral hemiatrophy that is accompanied by the...
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Management for Raw Surface of Forehead Flap Using Artificial Collagen Membrane

Kim DA, Oh SH, Seo YJ, Yang HJ, Jung SW

PURPOSE: The forehead flap is the workhorse in nasal reconstruction, which provides a similar skin color, texture, structure, and reliability. There are some disadvantages, including donor site morbidities, 2- or...
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Preoperative Identification of Perforator Using CT Angiography in Fibular Osteocutaneous Free Flap Head and Neck Reconstruction

Chang TJ, Kim EK, Choi JW

PURPOSE: Fibular osteocutaneous free flap is the procedure of choice for mandibular reconstruction. However, the anatomic consistency and the reliability of the skin paddle have been considered to be questionable...
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Statistical Analysis of Factors Associated with Facial Bone Fractures

Suh YH, Kim YJ

PURPOSE: Statistical analysis of facial bone fractures has been performed in various papers. However, reports on risk factors for facial bone fractures are rare. In order to prevent facial bone...
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Anatomical Reconstruction of the Medial Orbital Wall Fracture

Choi WK, Kang DH, Oh SA

PURPOSE: In surgical treatment of the medial orbital wall fractures, restoring the original position of the orbital wall is difficult in some cases. Under such condition, the orbital wall is...
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Analysis and Management of Complications of Open Reduction and Medpor Insertion through Transconjunctival Incision in Blowout Fractures

Lee JW, Choi JI, Ha W, Yang WS

PURPOSE: In accordance to an increased interest in facial appearance and the popularization of computed tomography scanning, the number of diagnosis and treatment of blowout fractures has been increased. The...
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Surgical Treatment of the Unilateral and Bilateral Cleft Lip Patients Using Mulliken Method: 10 Year Results

Kim SK, Kim TH, Park SS, Lee KC

PURPOSE: Mulliken's method allows for normal nasal and lip growth, which in turn forms a natural shape of the philtrum. Therefore, we used a modified Mulliken's method to correct unilateral...
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Bony Stability and Soft Tissue Changes after Orthognathic Surgery on Patients with Cleft

Shin H, Hsieh YJ, Liao YF, Lo LJ, Jo MS

PURPOSE: The objective of this retrospective study was to assess the skeletal stability after orthognathic surgery for patients with cleft lip and palate. The soft tissue changes in relation to...
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A Guide to Designing a Case Series in Plastic Surgery

Kim TG, Kim IK

The case series is a descriptive study that follows a group of patients who have a similar diagnosis or who are undergoing the same procedure and is the most prevalent...
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