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Usefulness of Ultrasonography-Assisted Closed Reduction for Nasal Fracture under Local Anesthesia

Kim DH, Kim KS

Closed reduction is the treatment of choice for most nasal bone fractures. In this technique, the nasal bone cannot be directly visualized, proper reduction is confirmed by palpation of the...
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Unusual Bilateral Impalement Injury with Rusted Iron Bars on Face and Neck

Suh HS, Pak JH, Hong SE, Kang SR

Impalement injury is the subset of penetrating trauma, defined as fixed, elongated objects penetrate and remain in the human body cavity or region by relatively low velocity. We report an...
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Direct Open Venous Drainage: An Alternative Choice for Flap Congestion Salvage

Park SH, Choi WY, Son KM, Cheon JS, Yang JY

In this report, we present a scalp defect reconstruction with lateral arm free flap. We highlight the difficulty in obtaining a recipient vein and the venous drainage managed through an...
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A Retrospective Analysis of 303 Cases of Facial Bone Fracture: Socioeconomic Status and Injury Characteristics

Kim BJ, Lee SI, Chung CM

BACKGROUND: The incidence and etiology of facial bone fracture differ widely according to time and geographic setting. Because of this, prevention and management of facial bone fracture requires ongoing research....
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Wire or Hook Traction for Reducing Zygomatic Fracture

Ahn HC, Youn DH, Choi MS, Chang JW, Lee JH

BACKGROUND: Variable methods have been introduced for reduction of the zygomatic fractures. The Dingman elevator is used widely to reduce these fractures but is inappropriate in certain types of fractures...
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Medial Wall Orbital Reconstruction using Unsintered Hydroxyapatite Particles/Poly L-Lactide Composite Implants

Park H, Kim HS, Lee BI

BACKGROUND: Poly-L-lactide materials combined with hydroxyapatite (u-HA /PLLA) have been developed to overcome the drawbacks of absorbable materials, such as radiolucency and comparably less implant strength. This study was designed...
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Kirschner Wire Fixation for the Treatment of Comminuted Zygomatic Fractures

Kang DH, Jung DW, Kim YH, Kim TG, Lee J, Chung KJ

BACKGROUND: The Kirschner wire (K-wire) technique allows stable fixation of bone fragments without periosteal dissection, which often lead to bone segment scattering and loss. The authors used the K-wire fixation...
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Inferior Blow-Out Fracture Reduction Using Two Urinary Balloon Catheters

Jo EJ, Kim JH, Yang HJ

BACKGROUND: The reduction of orbital blowout fracture primarily aims to normalize the extra-ocular movement by returning the herniated orbital soft tissue into the original position, and to prevent enophthalmos by...
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Reconstructive Trends in Post-Ablation Patients with Esophagus and Hypopharynx Defect

Ki SH, Choi JH, Sim SH

The main challenge in pharyngoesophageal reconstruction is the restoration of swallow and speech functions. The aim of this paper is to review the reconstructive options and associated complications for patients...
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