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Spring Update: A Letter from the President of the Korean Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association

Lee Y

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Forehead Osteoma Excision by Anterior Hairline Incision with Subcutaneous Dissection

Kim JS, Lee JH, Kim NG, Lee KS

Forehead osteomas are benign but can pose aesthetic and functional problems. These osteomas are resected via bicoronal or endoscopic approach. However, large osteomas cannot be removed via endoscopic approach, and...
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Recurrent Chondroid Syringoma of the Alar Rim

Yun YM, Shin S, Kyung H, Song SH, Kang N

Chondroid synringoma (CS), pleomorphic adenoma of skin, is a benign tumor found in the head and neck region. CS was first reported in 1859 by Billorth for the salivary gland...
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Cutaneous Rosai-Dorfman Disease Confused with Vascular Mass

Kang KR, Jung SW, Koh SH

Rosai-Dorfman disease is a rare histiocytic disorder, clinically characterized by massive, bilateral painless cervical lymphadenopathy with potential for extranodal manifestations. We report a 45-year-old male patient who presented with a...
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Massive Hemorrhage Facial Fracture Patient Treated by Embolization

Kim MH, Yoo JH, Kim SS, Yang WS

Major maxillofacial bone injury itself can be life threatening from both cardiovascular point of view, as well as airway obstruction. Significant hemorrhage from facial fracture is an uncommon occurrence, and...
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Cutaneous Horn in Premalignant and Malignant Conditions

Park H, Kim W, Kim H, Yeo H

Cutaneous horns are conical, circumscribed protuberances formed by densely layered keratin. These lesions originate from basal keratinocytes and may manifest as benign, premalignant, or malignant cutaneous pathology in chronically sun-damaged...
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Silicone Implant-Based Paranasal Augmentation for Mild Midface Concavity

Kim JH, Jung MS, Lee BH, Jeong HS, Suh IS, Ahn DK

BACKGROUND: Midface concavity is a relatively common facial feature in East Asian populations. Paranasal augmentation is becoming an increasingly popular procedure for patients with mild concavity and normal occlusion. In...
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Reduction of Nasal Bone Fracture using Ultrasound Imaging during Surgery

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

BACKGROUND: Most nasal bone fractures are corrected using non-invasive methods. Often, patients are dissatisfied with surgical outcomes following such closed approach. In this study, we compare surgical outcomes following blind...
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Anthropometric Analysis of Facial Foramina in Korean Population: A Three-Dimensional Computed Tomographic Study

Lim JS, Min KH, Lee JH, Lee HK, Hong SH

BACKGROUND: Position of the facial foramina is important for regional block and for various maxillofacial surgical procedures. In this study, we report on anthropometry and morphology of these foramina using...
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Clinical Analysis of Lobular Keloid after Ear Piercing

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

BACKGROUND: Lobular keloid appears to be a consequence of hypertrophic inflammation secondary to ear piercings performed under unsterile conditions. We wish to understand the pathogenesis of lobular keloids and report...
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Absorbable Plate-Related Infection after Facial Bone Fracture Reduction

Choi SH, Lee JH

Absorbable plates are used widely for fixation of facial bone fractures. Compared to conventional titanium plating systems, absorbable plates have many favorable traits. They are not palpable after plate absorption,...
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