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Primary Cutaneous Mucinous Carcinoma of the Eyelid

Tak MS, Cho SE, Kang SG, Kim CH, Kim DW

Primary cutaneous mucinous carcinoma (PCMC) is a rare low-grade malignant neoplasm derived from the eccrine glands. PCMC most commonly arises in the head and neck, with the eyelid being the...
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Chondroid Syringoma on Face

Min KH, Byun JH, Lim JS, Lee HK, Lee WM, Joo JE

Chondroid syringoma is a rare mixed tumor of the skin which is composed of both mesenchymal and epithelial cells. Its incidence at less than 0.1% and is frequently located on...
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Atypical Facial Filler Granuloma: Comparative Histologic Analysis with Paraffinoma

Park KG, Dhong ES, Goong SN, Han JK, Han SK, Kim WK

Dermal fillers are generally accepted as safe and well-tolerable cosmetic tools. However, adverse reactions have been reported in the literature. Here, we present a case of atypical facial filler granuloma...
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Recurrent Extranodal NK/T-Cell Lymphoma Presenting as a Perforating Palatal Ulcer and Oro-Nasal Fistula

Park KG, Dhong ES, Goong SN, Han JK, Han SK, Kim WK

Nasal-type extranodal natural killer/T-cell lymphoma (ENKTL) is a rare disease presenting with non-specific symptoms, typically originating in the nasal cavity, palate, or midfacial region. Oral cavity is an extremely rare...
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Stafne Bone Cavity of the Mandible

Lee JI, Kang SJ, Jeon SP, Sun H

Stafne bone cavity is a rare mandibular defect that was first reported by Edward C. Stafne in 1942. It commonly presents with a well-demarcated, asymptomatic, unilateral radiolucency that indicates lingual...
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Primary Cutaneous Mucinous Carcinoma Treated with Narrow Surgical Margin

Choi JH, Kim SC, Kim J, Chung YK

Primary cutaneous mucinous carcinoma (PCMC) is a rare malignant tumor of eccrine origin. Clinically, the carcinoma presents as a solitary, slow growing, and painless nodule. For this reason, this tumor...
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Transient Anisocoria during Medial Blowout Fracture Surgery

Lee JI, Kang SJ, Jeon SP, Sun H

Transient anisocoria is rare during blowout fracture reconstruction. We report a case of transient anisocoria occurring during medial blowout fracture reconstruction and review the relevant literature. A 54-year-old woman was...
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Application of Rapid Prototyping Technique and Intraoperative Navigation System for the Repair and Reconstruction of Orbital Wall Fractures

Cha JH, Lee YH, Ruy WC, Roe Y, Moon MH, Jung SG

BACKGROUND: Restoring the orbital cavity in large blow out fractures is a challenge for surgeons due to the anatomical complexity. This study evaluated the clinical outcomes and orbital volume after...
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The Clinical Analysis of the Nasal Septal Cartilage by Measurement Using Computed Tomography

Hwang SM, Lim O, Hwang MK, Kim MW, Lee JS

BACKGROUND: The nasal septal cartilage is often used as a donor graft in rhinoplasty operations but can vary widely in size across the patient population. As such, preoperative estimation of...
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The Efficacy of Bioabsorbable Mesh in Craniofacial Trauma Surgery

Choi WC, Choi HG, Kim JN, Lee MC, Shin DH, Kim SH, Kim CK, Jo DI

BACKGROUND: The ultimate goal of craniofacial reconstructive surgery is to achieve the most complete restoration of facial functions. A bioabsorbable fixation system which does not need secondary operation for implant...
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Ocular Complications in Assault-Related Blowout Fracture

Choi WK, Kim YJ, Nam SH, Choi YW

BACKGROUND: Blowout fracture is one of the most common facial fractures, and patients usually present with accompanying ocular complications. Many studies have looked into the frequency of persistent ocular symptoms,...
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Transconjuctival Incision with Lateral Paracanthal Extension for Corrective Osteotomy of Malunioned Zygoma

Chung JH, You HJ, Hwang NH, Kim DW, Yoon ES

BACKGROUND: Conventional correction of malunioned zygoma requires complete regional exposure through a bicoronal flap combined with a lower eyelid incision and an upper buccal sulcus incision. However, there are many...
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Orbital Floor Fracture

Kim HS, Jeong EC

The medial wall and floor of the bony orbit are frequently fractured because of the delicate anatomy. To optimize functional and aesthetic results, reconstructive surgeons should understand the anatomy and...
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Secondary Reconstruction of Frontal Sinus Fracture

Kim YW, Lee DH, Cheon YW

Fractures of frontal sinus account for 5%–12% of all fractures of facial skeleton. Inadequately treated frontal sinus injuries may result in malposition of sinus structures, as well as subsequent distortion...
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