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Multiple bilateral malar mucinous cystadenomas in the minor salivary glands

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

Mucinous cystadenoma, one of the subtypes of cystadenomas, is a rare benign salivary gland tumor. Most of the cases reported tumors presenting as asymptomatic, slow growing, single masses, primarily occurring...
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A giant solitary vellus hair cyst on the nasal root

Choi JY, Cha WJ, Kwon HJ, Seo BF, Kwon H, Jung SN

Eruptive vellus hair cyst is a rare lesion of the vellus hair follicles as a result of developmental abnormality. This cyst is usually found in children, adolescents, and young adults...
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Solitary sclerotic fibroma on the thigh

Kim JH, Shin CH, Kim DC, Paik SY, Lee CK

Sclerotic fibroma is a rare fibrous tumor of the skin associated with Cowden’s disease. In 1989, Rapini described sclerotic fibroma without Cowden’s disease as solitary sclerotic fibroma of the skin....
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Angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia attached to the masseter muscle

Kwon HJ, Jung ER, Choi JY, Seo BF, Kwon H, Jung SN

Angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia (ALHE) is a rare benign vascular tumor. The pathogenesis of ALHE is unknown; however, it may be linked to local trauma. ALHE predominantly occurs in areas...
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Staged excision of basal cell carcinoma arising from a tattooed eyebrow

Han SH, Jo DI, Kim SH

Side effects of tattoos can occur due to unexpected body responses. Concerns about the side effects of tattoos are growing concomitantly with the increasing number of tattooed individuals. We report...
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Staged reconstruction of a chronically infected large skull defect using free tissue transfer and a patient-specific polyetheretherketone implant

Moon SJ, Jeon HB, Kim EH, Lew DH, Kim YO, Hong JW

Reconstructions of extensive composite scalp and cranial defects are challenging due to high incidence of postoperative infection and reconstruction failure. In such cases, cranial reconstruction and vascularized soft tissue coverage...
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A case report of Madelung’s disease

Jang N, Shin HW, Kim J, Yoon KC

Madelung’s disease (MD) otherwise known as Launois-Bensaude syndrome, multiple symmetrical lipomatosis, or benign symmetric lipomatosis, is a rare disease characterized by abnormal diffuse lipomatosis in proximal upper limbs and neck....
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Zygomaticomaxillary complex fracture after two-jaw surgery

Park JKh, Kim SW

Orthognathic surgeries often utilize rigid fixation for stabilization of the osteotomy site. The longterm fate of rigid fixations is still under investigation, and whether they should be routinely removed is...
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Trauma severity and mandibular fracture patterns in a regional trauma center

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

Background: Mandibular fractures are one of the most common types of facial fractures, the treatment of which can be delayed due to the severity of the trauma resulting in an...
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Clinical analysis and review of literature on pilomatrixoma in pediatric patients

Hu JL, Yoo H, Kwon ST, Kim S, Chung JH, Kim H, Kim J, Yu NH, Kim BJ

Background: Pilomatrixoma is a benign tumor that originates from the hair follicle matrix. It usually presents as a hard, slow growing, solitary mass that can be easily misdiagnosed as other...
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Quality of life of patients with nasal bone fracture after closed reduction

Park YJ, Do GC, Kwon GH, Ryu WS, Lee KS, Kim NG

Background: Closed reduction is the standard treatment for nasal bone fractures, which are the most common type of facial bone fractures. We investigated the effect of closed reduction on quality...
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Surgical indication analysis according to bony defect size in pediatric orbital wall fractures

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

Background: Orbital fractures are the most common pediatric facial fractures. Treatment is conservative due to the anatomical differences that make children more resilient to severe displacement or orbital volume change...
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Recipient vessel selection for head and neck reconstruction: A 30-year experience in a single institution

Chung JH, Kim KJ, Jung KY, Baek SK, Park SH, Yoon ES

Background: The advance in microsurgical technique has facilitated a proper approach for reconstruction of extensive head and neck defects. For the success of free tissue reconstruction, selection of the recipient...
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