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Cranioplasty with Methylmethacrylate in Plagiocephaly

Hwang SM, Chu SC, Kim HD, Hwang MK, Kim MW, Lee JS

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Compound Type Odontoma at Maxilla

Lee HM, Kim CK, Jo DI, Shin DH, Choi HG, Kim SH

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Sebaceoma Arising from Nevus Sebaceous with Early Focal Carcinomatous Area

Kim JY, Yang HJ, Lee JS, Lee HK, Kim JH

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Recurrent Pleomorphic Adenoma of the Parotid Gland

Park SY, Han KT, Kim MC, Lim JS

Pleomorphic adenoma is the most common type of salivary gland tumor and the most common tumor of the parotid gland. Because of its propensity for invasion, pleomorphic adenoma of the...
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Malignant Skin Tumor Misdiagnosed as a Benign Skin Lesion

Hwang SM, Pan HC, Hwang MK, Kim MW, Lee JS

Despite the fact that benign skin lesions can undergo malignant transformation, the necessity and timing of the surgical resection have yet to be established. In this study, we analyse three...
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Aesthetic Facial Correction of Cleidocranial Dysplasia

Hwang SM, Park B, Hwang MK, Kim MW, Lee JS

We report two cases of cleidocranial dysplasia, which was managed without significant craniofacial osteotomy. A mother and daughter, both of normal intelligence, presented with central forehead depression, mid-face hypoplasia, and...
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Improvement of Infraorbital Rim contour Using Medpor

Hwang SM, Park SH, Lee JS, Kim HD, Hwang MK, Kim MW

BACKGROUND: Asymmetry of the infraorbital rim can be caused by trauma, congenital or acquired disease, or insufficient reduction during a previous operation. Such asymmetry needs to be corrected because the...
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Risk Acceptance and Expectations of Scalp Allotransplantation

Choi JH, Kim KS, Shin JH, Hwang JH, Lee SY

BACKGROUND: In scalp allotransplantation, the scalp from a brain-dead donor, including hair, is transferred to a recipient with scalp defects. Opinions differ on the appropriateness of scalp allotransplantation. In order...
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Use of Triamcinolone Acetonide to Treat Lower Eyelid Malposition after the Subciliary Approach

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

BACKGROUND: The subciliary approach is commonly used for reconstruction of orbital wall or zygomaticomaxillary fractures. However, this approach is associated with postoperative complications, especially lower eyelid malposition. We report the...
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A Retrospective Clinical View of Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma in the Head and Neck Region: A Single Institution's Experience of 247 Cases over 19 Years

Kang KW, Lee DL, Shin HK, Jung GY, Lee JH, Jeon MS

BACKGROUND: The two most common skin cancers are basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). The purpose of this study was to describe the detailed clinical behavior of...
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Delayed Reduction of Nasal Bone Fractures

Yoon HY, Han DG

BACKGROUND: Nasal bone fractures are managed by closed reduction within the 2-week period, and are managed by secondary correction after this time. There is little literature on the delayed reduction...
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Oral and Oropharyngeal Reconstruction with a Free Flap

Jeong WS, Oh TS

Extensive surgical resection of the aerodigestive track can result in a large and complex defect of the oropharynx, which represents a significant reconstructive challenge for the plastic surgery. Development of...
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