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A Case Report of Bilateral Retrobulbar Hemorrhage after Lower Blepharoplasty

Son KM, Park CW, Cheon JS

Retrobulbar hemorrhage is a rare but serious complication after blepharoplasty, mid-face injury, and treatment of facial bone fractures. The incidence of postoperative retrobulbar hemorrhage is 0.055% with an incidence of...
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A Case of Direct Invasion of the Parotid Gland by Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Lee JH, Shin H, Choi J, Jang TJ

Cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma is the second-most common skin cancer and represents 20% of all skin cancers. Cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma often spreads to the parotid gland through lymph nodes,...
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A Case of Cystadenocarcinoma Misdiagnosed as a Benign Tumor

Hwang SM, Lee JS, Kim HD, Jung YH, Kim HI

Cystadenocarcinoma of the salivary gland is a rare malignant tumor. It was first defined as papillary cystadenocarcinoma in the 1991 World Health Organization (WHO) classification, and it was reclassified as...
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Delayed Reduction of Facial Bone Fractures

Lee KS, Park JB, Song SH, Oh SH, Kang NH

Except for special situations, it is generally agreed that best results in the treatment of facial fractures is expected if reduction is done within the first 2 or 3 weeks...
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Craniosynostosis Occurring between Siblings

Choi JH, Kim MH, Kim MS, Jung GY, Lee KC, Kim SK

Craniosynostosis is a congenital anomaly in which cranial sutures close prematurely and restrict skull growth. In this paper, the case of two siblings, a male and a female, who were...
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Reduction and Fixation Methods for Fractured Anterior Maxillary Sinus Wall Using Suture Tie

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

The anterior maxillary sinus walls are the most frequently injured sites in midfacial fractures. The maxillary sinus is a difficult surgical site for reduction and fixation due to its narrow...
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Clinical Consideration of 137 Cases of Basal Cell Carcinoma in Face

Lee BM, Shim JS, Kim TS, Han DG, Park DH

BACKGROUND: Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common skin cancer. About 74% cases of basal cell cancer occur on the head and neck. Basal cell carcinoma on the face...
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Analysis of Anatomical Relationship between Stensen's Duct and Buccal Branch of Facial Nerve

Son ET, Choi HJ, Nam DH, Kim JH, Lee YM

BACKGROUND: When using the anterior approach for performing superficial parotidectomy, the first thing to do is to find the buccal branch of the facial nerve and the parotid duct. The...
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C-Arm Fluoroscopy for Accurate Reduction of Facial Bone Fracture

Hwang SM, Kim JH, Kim HD, Jung YH, Kim HI

BACKGROUND: Among facial fractures, nasal bone fracture, zygomatic arch fracture and mandibular subcondyle fracture take a large portion. Among surgical operations for nasal bone fracture, zygomatic arch fracture and mandibular...
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The Development of a Critical Pathway for Facial Bone Fractures and the Effect of its Clinical Implementation

Choi WY, Park CW, Son KM, Cheon JS

BACKGROUND: If patients have a better understanding about their problem and treatment, compliance and satisfaction with treatment will increase. For this purpose, simple repeated explanations regarding a patients' problem and...
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Usefulness of Indirect Open Reduction and External Fixation in Algorithm Oriented Treatment of Nasal Fracture

Park KR, Chung KJ, Kim YH

BACKGROUND: To suggest the need of more aggressive reduction techniques than closed reduction (CR) technique in nasal fracture treatment, we identified the usefulness of algorithm oriented treatment of nasal fracture...
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Deformational Plagiocephaly

Chung KJ, Kim YH

It is important to distinguish deformational plagiocephaly from craniosynostosis, the two conditions are different with respect to clinical progression and treatment options. Deformational plagiocephaly is diagnosed based on the patient's...
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