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An infant with a palatal fistula secondary to Candida infection

Sharma S, Chauhan JS

Candida osteomyelitis affecting maxillofacial bones has been scantly documented in the literature. Infantile osteomyelitis is an uncommon and life-threatening disease. Candida osteomyelitis causes significant morbidity. The present report describes a...
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Basal cell carcinoma misdiagnosed as trichoepithelioma

Wee SJ, Park MC, Chung CM

Trichoepithelioma is a benign hair follicle tumor that can undergo malignant transformation into basal cell carcinoma in rare cases. Due to the similar clinical and histological features of trichoepithelioma and...
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A forehead hematoma as the initial clinical sign of lung cancer

Park J, Kang SH, Kim WS, Kim HK, Bae TH

Primary lung cancer commonly metastasizes to the brain, bones, liver, and adrenal glands. In some cases, bone metastasis serves as the first presenting sign of lung cancer with bone pain...
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Juvenile psammomatoid ossifying fibroma of the maxilla

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

Juvenile psammomatoid ossifying fibroma (JPOF) is a rare, benign, fibro-osseous variant of ossifying fibroma. It exhibits short-term rapid growth and has a high recurrence rate. Herein we describe a case...
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Multiple nonmelanocytic skin cancers in multiple regions

Han SH, Kim SH, Kim CK, Jo DI

The most common forms of nonmelanocytic skin cancer (NMSC) are basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). The growing incidence of skin cancer in the Republic of Korea...
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Scarred scalp reconstruction with a rectangular expander

Shin H, Shin J, Lee JY

Scalp reconstruction is challenging because the scalp is inelastic, stiff, and has hair follicles. Tissue expansion offers aesthetically pleasing outcomes with minimal donor-site morbidity. However, in a scarred scalp, the...
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Meningothelial hamartoma of the scalp

Kim T, Kim J, Choi J, Oh S, Kwon S, Jeong W

Meningothelial hamartoma is a benign tumor composed of ectopic meningothelial elements in the dermis and subcutaneous tissue. It mainly occurs in the scalp; however, the incidence is extremely low. The...
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Rapidly growing giant pilomatricoma in the right parotid region of a pregnant woman

Koh IS, Cho HJ, Kim JW

Pilomatricoma is a benign tumor arising from the primitive basal cells of the epidermis that differentiate into hair matrix cells. Mutations in the CTNNB1 gene, which encodes β-catenin (a protein...
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Epidermoid cyst: A single-center review of 432 cases

Kim CS, Na YC, Yun CS, Huh WH, Lim BR

Background: Epidermoid cysts are benign tumors derived from the infundibular portion of hair follicles and thus have a flattened surface epithelium and keratohyaline granules. They can occur at any age...
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Bone remodeling after conservative treatment of nasal bone fracture in pediatric patients

Kang WK, Han DG, Kim SE, Lee YJ, Shim JS

Background: The standard treatment of nasal bone fractures in pediatric patients is closed reduction. Conservative treatment is sometimes performed, but poses a risk of nasal deformity. The aim of this...
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Reconstruction of microstomia considering their functional status

Ki SH, Jo GY, Yoon J, Choi MSS

Background: Microstomia is defined as a condition with a small sized-mouth that results in functional impairment such as difficulty with food intake, pronunciation, and poor oral hygiene and cosmetic problems....
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Orbital wall restoration with primary bone fragments in complex orbital fractures: A preliminary study

Jung JS, Kang DH, Lim NK, Kim H

Background: We have reported orbital wall restoration surgery with primary orbital wall fragment in pure blowout fractures using a combination of transorbital and transnasal approach in pure blow out fractures....
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Surgical anatomy for Asian rhinoplasty: Part II

Kim TK, Jeong JY

Surgical anatomy for Asian rhinoplasty Part I reviewed layered anatomy with neurovascular system of the nose. Part II discusses upper two-thirds of nose which consists of nasal bony and cartilaginous...
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