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Calcified Lipoma of the Forehead

Hwang SM, Kim HD, Lim KR, Jung YH, Song JK

PURPOSE: Although lipoma is known as one of the most common soft tissue tumors, calcification in lipoma is very rare in its occurrence. This calcified lipoma has been reported by...
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A Case of Basal Cell Adenoma in the Parotid Gland

Lee JC, Park ES, Kwak JJ

PURPOSE: Basal cell adenoma of the salivary gland is an uncommon type of monomorphic adenoma. The most frequent location is parotid gland. It usually appears as a firm, mobile and...
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Necrotizing Fasciitis of Nose Skin Following Herpes Zoster

Pae WS, Bae CS, Roh SG, Lee NH, Yang KM

PURPOSE: Varicella-zoster virus (VZV) infection is a common childhood disease. However, old and immune compromised patients are also at risk. Necrotizing fasciitis is a life threatening infection of the subcutaneous...
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Modified Paramedian Forehead Flap for Nasal Tip Reconstruction

Kang SJ, Kim NH, Kim JW, Sun H

PURPOSE: The typical reconstructive option for the nasal tip is paramedian forehead flap. However, the forehead flap is too bulky for nasal tip reconstruction and does not look natural, and...
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Reconstruction of Cheek Defect with Facial Artery Perforator Flap

Kang JK, Song JK, Jeong HG, Shin MS, Yun BM

PURPOSE: To reconstruct the midface, local flaps such as nasolabial flaps have been frequently used. These local flaps, however, have the shortcomings of requiring a secondary operation or limitations in...
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A One Stage Reconstruction of Defective Type Cleft Earlobe: Infra-auricular Transposition Flap

Jung DW, Kang DH, Kim TG, Lee JH, Kim YH

PURPOSE: Reconstruction of the cleft earlobe is challenging. Several procedures are available to reconstruct congenital earlobe deformities. However, for large defective type, surgical procedures and designs are complex and tend...
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Acquired Simulated Brown Syndrome Combined with Blepharoptosis after Upper Blepharoplasty

Do ER, Ha WH, Park DH

PURPOSE: Brown syndrome is motility disorder of the eyeball which shows limited elevation in adduction and occurs very rarely after eye surgery. The authors have experienced a case of strabismus-like...
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Easy Molding Technique of Methylmethacrylate Implant Using Plaster and Rapid Prototyping Model in Cranioplasty

Park KR, Kim YH, Kim TG, Lee JH, Ha JH

PURPOSE: Methylmethacrylate is the most commonly used alloplastic material in cranioplasty. However during the polymerization of methylmethacrylate, a significant exothermic reaction takes place. This reaction may result in thermal injury...
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The Effect of Half Day Nasal Packing in Results of Closed Reduction of Nasal Bone Fracture

Han DG, Kim TS

PURPOSE: Closed reduction and nasal packings for 3.7 days is usual procedures in managing nasal bone fracture. Most patients experience several discomfort owing to lack of nasal breathing. There are...
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The Accuracy Rate in Comprehension of Aspects of Nasal Bone Fracture Based on Simple X-ray and 2D CT Compared with 3D Image

Han DG, Kim TS, Park DD, Shim JS, Lee YJ

PURPOSE: The nasal bone fracture is known as the most common facial fracture, with the postoperative results and the patient's satisfaction known to be lower than other facial fractures. The...
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Application of Lateral Osteotomy in Nasal Bone Fracture

Lim KR, Song JK, Hwang SM, Jung YH, Cho KH

PURPOSE: Who may dare to state that optimal choice of treating nasal bone fracture is closed reduction? Few decades of authors' experience in nasal bone fracture has lead to believe...
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Orbital Floor Reconstruction through Endoscopic Transnasal Approach Alone

Bae SH, Kang KD, Nam SB, Bae YC, Choi SJ

PURPOSE: Many surgical methods for reconstruction of orbital floor fracture have been reported, which include subciliary approach, transconjunctival approach, transantral and transnasal endoscopic approach, etc. The purpose of this study...
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Image of Plastic Surgeons and Plastic Surgery Illustrated in Korean Movies and TV Dramas

Kim HJ, Hwang K

Nowadays, plastic surgical operations are increasingly being performed in Korea. We have gained added interest in this because some professional pictures contain plastic surgery in their venue. In the films,...
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Current Status of Face Transplantation: Where Do We Stand in Korea?

Hong JW, Kim YS, Yun IS, Lee DW, Lee WJ, Roh TS, Lew DH, Kim YO, Rah DK, Tark KC, Park BY

The world's first face transplantation was performed in France, in 2005. Since then, 21 cases of face transplantation have been performed. Face transplantation is one of the most prominent part...
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