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Osteotomy and iliac bone graft for the treatment of malunion caused by failed mandibular fracture reduction

Hwang K, Ma SH

This report describes osteotomy and iliac bone graft for malunion caused by failed mandibular fracture reduction. A 27-year-old man was referred 3 months after a motor vehicle accident. At another...
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Schwannoma on the nasal dorsum and tip with sensory changes

Yoon SH, Kim CS, Oh JW, Lee KC

Schwannomas, which originate from Schwann cells in the peripheral nervous system, are slowgrowing and uncommon benign tumors. Most schwannomas (90%) occur in isolation, and multiple occurrences are a characteristic feature...
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No-fat diet for treatment of donor site chyle leakage in vascularized supraclavicular lymph node transfer

Seong IH, Park JW, Woo KJ

Supraclavicular lymph node (SCLN) flap is a common donor site for vascularized lymph node transfer for the treatment of lymphedema. Chyle leakage is a rare but serious complication after harvesting...
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Congenital midline cervical cleft: An easily misdiagnosed disease

Kang B, Kim B

Congenital midline cervical cleft is a rare congenital disease. The disease is often misdiagnosed as a branchial cleft deformity, thyroglossal duct cyst, or other skin diseases. It has the following...
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Schwannoma of the posterior branch of the great auricular nerve

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

Schwannoma, also known as neurilemmoma, is a tumor of the nerve sheath, which most often occurs in the peripheral nerves of the extremities. Schwannoma can be accompanied by symptoms such...
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Aggressive cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma of the scalp

Suk S, Shin HW, Yoon KC, Kim J

Cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (cSCC) is the second most common nonmelanoma skin cancer, and its incidence is increasing globally. In Korea, there were 12,516 diagnosed cases of cSCC between 1999...
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Usefulness of full-thickness skin grafting from the infraclavicular area for facial reconstruction

Kang JK, Lee JS, Yun BM, Shin MS

Background: Full-thickness skin grafts (FTSGs) have been widely used after facial skin cancer resection, for correcting defects that are too wide to be reconstructed using a local flap or if...
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Modified temporalis tendon transfer extended with periosteum for facial paralysis patients

Kwon BS, Sun H, Kim JW

Background: We have devised a novel surgical method, termed as temporalis muscle tendonperiosteum (T-P) compound surgical method, by modifying pre-existing techniques. Our method is characterized by elevation of temporalis muscle...
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Endoscopic slide-in orbital wall reconstruction for isolated medial blowout fractures

Kim T, Kim BK

Background: This study evaluated the efficacy of the endoscopic medial orbital wall repair by comparing it with the conventional transcaruncular method. This surgical approach differs from the established endoscopic technique...
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Masseter nerve-based facial palsy reconstruction

Park H, Jeong SS, Oh TS

Facial paralysis is a devastating disease, the treatment of which is challenging. The use of the masseteric nerve in facial reanimation has become increasingly popular and has been applied to...
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On entering a new decade: Foolish old surgeons removing the mountains

Hwang K

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