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Surgical treatment of rhinophyma using an ordinary bur

Kang JK, Lee JS, Choi JH, Shin MS, Yun BM

Rhinophyma is a painless benign tumor of the skin of the nose. It is the most severe form of rosacea. Rhinophyma is particularly rare among Asians. It can be treated...
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Treatment of multiple craniofacial osteomas by endoscopic approach

Yoo H, Doh G, Kim BK

Osteomas are benign osteogenic neoplasms that usually occur as solitary craniofacial lesions. Multiple osteomas are rare, particularly those that do not occur as part of an associated syndrome. We report...
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Basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma in a single tumor in the anterior auricular area

Lee IS, Hong IP, Lee HK

The concurrence of basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) in a single tumor is rarely encountered. We report a case of BCC and SCC in a single...
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Early management of parotid gland injury with oral nortriptyline and closed drain

Chung CM, Wee SJ, Lim H, Cho SH, Lee JW

Parotid gland plays the most critical role in saliva secretion in the oral cavity. Parotid gland injuries due to facial trauma can cause various complications such as formation of a...
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A case of nodal marginal zone B-cell lymphoma of the lower eyelid

Lee CL, Lee IS, Jung SG

A marginal zone B-cell lymphoma is a type of B-cell lymphoma which is normally located at the margins of the secondary lymph node follicles. According to 2008 World Health Organization...
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Sensory recovery after infraorbital nerve avulsion injury

Lee SY, Kim SH, Hwang JH, Kim KS

The infraorbital nerve is a branch of the trigeminal nerve. Injury to the infraorbital nerve can be caused by trauma, including various facial fractures. Due to this nerve injury, patients...
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Scalp reconstruction: A 10-year experience

Jang HU, Choi YW

Background: The scalp is an important functional and aesthetic structure that protects the cranial bone. Due to its inelastic characteristics, soft-tissue defects of the scalp make reconstruction surgery difficult. This...
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Complex oncologic resection and reconstruction of the scalp: Predictors of morbidity and mortality

Tecce MG, Othman S, Mauch JT, Nathan S, Tilahun E, Broach RB, Azoury SC, Kovach SJ

Background: Oncologic resection of the scalp confers several obstacles to the reconstructive surgeon dependent upon patient-specific and wound-specific factors. We aim to describe our experiences with various reconstructive methods, and...
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White radish and swine scapular cartilage models for auricular framework carving training

Hwang K

Background: The aim of this study is to develop a two-stage training module using radish and swine scapular cartilage for carving ear cartilage. Methods: In the first stage, white radish was...
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Sex-related and racial variations in orbital floor anatomy

Moon SJ, Lee WJ, Roh TS, Baek W

Background: Repair of the orbital floor following trauma or tumor removal remains a challenge because of its complex three-dimensional shape. The purpose of the present study is to understand normal...
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Fat grafts enriched with adipose-derived stem cells

Hong KY

Autologous fat grafts are widely used in soft-tissue augmentation and reconstruction. To reduce the unpredictability of fat grafts and to improve their long-term survival, cell-assisted lipotransfer (CAL) was introduced. In...
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