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Dear members of the Korean Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association

Shin MS

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Peripheral osteoma on the medial eyebrow successfully extracted while preserving supratrochlear nerve

Sim HS, Lee DG, Hwang JH, Kim KS, Lee SY

Osteomas are benign, slow-growing osteogenic lesions frequently found in the craniomaxillofacial region. They can be classified as peripheral, central, or extraskeletal. Reactive mechanisms to trauma or infection, as well as...
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Unplanned change from double free flap to a chimeric anterolateral thigh flap in recurrent laryngeal cancer

Ki SH, Ma SH, Sim SH, Choi MS

Reconstruction method choice in recurrent head and neck cancer depends on surgical history, radiation therapy dosage, conditions of recipient vessels, and general patient condition. Furthermore, when defects are multiple or...
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Metachronous malignant tumors in ipsilateral salivary glands

Kwon HJ, Kim SA, Rhie JW, Moon SH

Salivary gland tumors usually appear in solitary mass in single salivary gland. The coexistence of tumors with different histological types occurring within a unilateral parotid gland is an extremely rare...
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Serially expanded flap use to treat large hairless scalp lesions

Shin D, Kim YH, Song HG, Hong JW

Hairless scalp areas can occur due to trauma, tumors, or congenital disease. This aesthetically unpleasing condition can lead to psychosocial distress, and thin skin flaps may be prone to scarring....
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Chondrocutaneous transposition flap for congenital tragal malformation with dystopic cartilage

Jeon JI, Ha JH, Kim S

Due to the variety in the shape of dysmorphic cartilage, tragus reconstruction is one of the most challenging goals in otoplasty. The authors describe a method to reconstruct a prominent...
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A case of Merkel cell carcinoma of the head and neck

Suk S, Shin HW, Yoon KC

Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC) is a relatively rare and aggressive cutaneous neuroendocrine malignancy. It is characterized by high rates of recurrence and metastasis, both to regional lymph nodes and to...
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Frontonasal dysplasia: A case report

Lee SI, Lee SJ, Joo HS

Frontonasal dysplasia is an uncommon congenital anomaly with diverse clinical phenotypes and highly variable clinical characteristics, including hypertelorism, a broad nasal root, median facial cleft, a missing or underdeveloped nasal...
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Cutaneous metastatic renal cell carcinoma to the scalp

Yang HJ, Kang SY

Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) represents 2% to 3% of human cancers and is aggressive, with metastatic capability. The frequent metastatic sites are lung, bone, and liver. Reports of RCC metastatic...
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Intramasseteric schwannoma treated with facelift incision and retrograde facial nerve dissection

Hwang JH, Lee DG, Sim HS, Kim KS, Lee SY

Schwannoma is a slow-growing, well-demarcated, benign soft tissue tumor of the peripheral nerve sheath. It commonly develops in the head and neck region, usually in the parapharyngeal space. In this...
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Reconstruction of nasal ala and tip following skin cancer resection

Park YJ, Kwon GH, Kim JO, Ryu WS, Lee KS

BACKGROUND: Defects of the nasal ala and tip have a complex three-dimensional structure that makes them challenging to reconstruct. Many reconstructive options have been described for nasal ala and tip...
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Relationship between mandible fractures and third molars

Lee Y, Kim J, Lee M, Shin D, Choi H

BACKGROUND: This study was conducted to determine the relationship between third molar (M3) and mandibular fracture. METHODS: Patients with unilateral mandibular angle or condyle fractures between 2008 and 2018 were evaluated...
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A retrospective computed tomography analysis of maxillary fractures and the clinical outcomes of their unreduced parts

Chung CM, Tak SW, Lim H, Cho SH, Lee JW

BACKGROUND: Some parts of a maxillary fracture—for example, the medial and posterior walls—may remain unreduced because they are unapproachable or hard to deal with. This study aimed to investigate the...
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Correction of post-traumatic enophthalmos with anatomical absorbable implant and iliac bone graft

Choi JS, Oh SY, Shim HS

BACKGROUND: Trauma is one of the most common causes of enophthalmos, and post-traumatic enophthalmos primarily results from an increased volume of the bony orbit. We achieved good long-term results by...
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Clinical efficacy of intermittent magnetic pressure therapy for ear keloid treatment after excision

Jun D, Shin D, Choi H, Lee M

BACKGROUND: Keloids are benign fibro-proliferative lesion, related to excessive inflammatory reactions in certain anatomical areas, including the auricles. Their specific etiology remains unclear; nonetheless they exhibit tumor-like characteristics of significant...
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Orbital wall restoring surgery with primary orbital wall fragments in blowout fracture

Kang DH

Most orbital surgeons believe that it's difficult to restore the primary orbital wall to its previous position and that the orbital wall is so thin that cannot be firmly its...
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Peer review and roles of the reviewer

Chung KJ

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