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Facial Flap Repositioning in Posttraumatic Facial Asymmetry

Byun IH, Byun D, Baek WY

Perfect facial and body symmetry is an important aesthetic concept which is very difficult, if not impossible, to achieve. Yet, facial asymmetries are commonly encountered by plastic and reconstructive surgeons....
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The Effect of Botulinum Toxin on an Iatrogenic Sialo-Cutaneous Fistula

Hong SE, Kwon JW, Kang SR, Park BY

A sialo-cutaneous fistula is a communication between the skin and a salivary gland or duct discharging saliva. Trauma and iatrogenic complications are the most common causes of this condition. Treatments...
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Immediate Near-Total Scalp Reconstruction with Artificial Dermis on Exposed Calvarium

Park S, Han KT, Kim MC, Lim JS

Scalp defect management is complicated secondary to reduced laxity in the scalp and forehead area. For reconstruction of larger defects with exposed bone and loss of the periosteal layer, free...
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Delayed-Onset Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Infection at 18 Months after Absorbable Plate Fixation for Zygomaticomaxillary Complex Fracture

Lee HR, Shin HK, Lee DL, Jung GY

None of the reports of delayed infection mentioned a latent period exceeding 13 months. we report an infection that developed 18 months after implantation of an absorbable plate. A 16-year-old...
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Communicating Hydrocephalus Onset Following a Traumatic Tension Pneumocephalus

Lee JS, Ahn S, Eom KS

The entrapment of intracranial air from the check valve system results in a tension pneumocephalus. It should be distinguished from simple pneumocephalus because they are intracranial space-occupying masses that can...
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Rare Giant Upper Lip Epidermal Cyst in a Patient Wearing a Denture

Kim JC, Hong IP

Epidermal cysts are intradermal or subcutaneous cystic tumors that frequently occur in the face, scalp, neck, and body trunk. Acquired cases of epidermal cyst commonly occur as a result of...
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Cryptogenic Temporal Hollowing

Park IH, Kwon H, Kim SW

Temporal hollowing is a common complication that occurs after coronal approach surgeries. However, temporal hollowing without previous nerve damage or trauma history is rare. Herein, we present a patient with...
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Treatment of Nonsyndromic Craniosynostosis Using Multi-Split Osteotomy and Rigid Fixation with Absorbable Plates

Nam SB, Nam KW, Lee JW, Song KH, Bae YC

BACKGROUND: Nonsyndromic craniosynostosis is a relatively common craniofacial anomaly and various techniques were introduced to achieve its operative goals. Authors found that by using smaller bone fragments than that used...
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Surgical Methods of Zygomaticomaxillary Complex Fracture

Ji SY, Kim SS, Kim MH, Yang WS

BACKGROUND: Zygoma is a major buttress of the midfacial skeleton, which is frequently injured because of its prominent location. Zygoma fractures are classified according to Knight and North based on...
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Comparison Study of the Use of Absorbable Materials as Internal Splints with Airway Silicone Splint and Absorbable Materials as Internal Splints Alone

Ji SY, Kim SS, Park KS, Baik BS

BACKGROUND: Packing after closed reduction of nasal fracture causes uncomfortable nasal obstruction in patients. We packed the superior meatus with synthetic polyurethane foam (SPF) to support the nasal bone, and...
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Reduction of Zygomatic Arch Isolated Fracture Using Ultra Sound and Needle Marking

Kim JS, Park YJ, Lee YJ, Kim NG, Lee KS

BACKGROUND: Zygomatic arch is a bony arch constituting the lateral midface, which consists of 25% of all midface fractures. There are a number of ways to evaluate the extent of...
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The Versatility of Cheek Rotation Flaps

Kim KP, Sim HS, Choi JH, Lee SY, Lee DH, Kim SH, Kim HM, Hwang JH, Kim KS

BACKGROUND: The cheek rotation flap has sufficient blood flow and large flap size and it is also flexible and easy to manipulate. It has been used for reconstruction of defects...
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A Review of Subbrow Approach in the Management of Non-Complicated Anterior Table Frontal Sinus Fracture

Kim J, Choi H

Frontal sinus fractures, particularly anterior sinus fractures, are relatively common facial fractures. Many agree on the general principles of frontal fracture management; however, the optimal methods of reduction are controversial....
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Panfacial Bone Fracture and Medial to Lateral Approach

Kim J, Choi JH, Chung YK, Kim SW

Panfacial bone fracture is challenging. Even experienced surgeons find restoration of original facial architecture difficult because of the severe degree of fragmentation and loss of reference segments that could guide...
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