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Scar revision in areas subjected to excessive tension using intraoperative and postoperative long-term tension reduction techniques

Burm JS, Lee J, Kang SY, Park J

Background Surgical scars subjected to excessive tension tend to widen and become hypertrophic due to strong mechanical stretching forces. In this study, we evaluated the clinical outcomes of combined intraoperative...
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Treatment of Partial-Thickness Burn Wounds with Combined Advanced Therapies: Cultured Allogenic Keratinocyte and Epidermal Growth Factor

Lee KD, Cha EC, Lee J, Kang SY, Burm JS, Cho J

Background: Cultured allogenic keratinocyte (CAK) and epidermal growth factor (EGF) are commonly used biological treatments for partial-thickness burn wounds. A comparative study was conducted on whether the combination therapy of...
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Early Compression Therapy for Deep Skin Defects: A New Treatment Option to Prevent Hypertrophic Scars or Contractures

Lee KD, Cho J, Kang SY, Burm JS

Background: Conservative treatment of deep dermal or full-thickness skin defects often results in hypertrophic scars or contractures; thus, compressive therapy has been used after wound closure to prevent or treat...
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Inferomedially impacted zygomatic fracture reduction by reverse vector using an intraoral approach with Kirschner wire

Jang JW, Cho J, Burm JS

Background In inferomedially rotated zygomatic fractures sticking in the maxillary sinus, it is often difficult to achieve complete reduction only by conventional intraoral reduction. We present a new intraoral reduction...
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Accessory auricle: Classification according to location, protrusion pattern and body shape

Hwang J, Cho J, Burm JS

BACKGROUND: Accessory auricles (AAs) are common congenital anomalies. We present a new classification according to location and shape, and propose a system for coding the classifications. METHODS: This study was conducted...
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Treatment of intractable parotid sialocele occurred after open reduction-fixation of mandibular subcondylar fracture

Hwang J, You YC, Burm JS

A sialocele is a subcutaneous cavity containing saliva, most often caused by facial trauma or iatrogenic complications. In subcondylar fractures, most surgeons are conscious of facial nerve injury; however, they...
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Treatment of Tongue Lymphangioma with Intralesional Combination Injection of Steroid, Bleomycin and Bevacizumab

Hwang J, Lee YK, Burm JS

Lymphangioma is a congenital malformed lymphatic tumor that rarely involves the tongue. In our clinic, a 10-year-old female presented with lymphangioma circumscriptum involving the right two-thirds of the tongue. We...
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A Modified Closed Cartilage-Preserving Otoplasty Technique for Prominent Ear Correction

Choi TJ, Burm JS, Lee YK

BACKGROUND: In the surgical correction of prominent ear, a technique known as percutaneous adjustable closed otoplasty (PACO), which does not involve skin incision, undermining, or cartilage manipulation, has been developed...
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A Wrapping Method for Inserting Titanium Micro-Mesh Implants in the Reconstruction of Blowout Fractures

Choi TJ, Burm JS, Yang WY, Kang SY

Titanium micro-mesh implants are widely used in orbital wall reconstructions because they have several advantageous characteristics. However, the rough and irregular marginal spurs of the cut edges of the titanium...
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Treatment of Verruca Vulgaris in Both External Auditory Canals Using Bleomycin Injections

Lee JH, Burm JS, Yang WY, Kang SY, Byun SW

Verruca vulgaris is caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infections. Verruca in the external auditory canal (EAC) has rarely been reported. A previous case report introduced surgical excision as a treatment...
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Full-Thickness Skin Grafting with De-Epithelization of the Wound Margin for Finger Defects with Bone or Tendon Exposure

Lee JH, Burm JS, Kang SY, Yang WY

BACKGROUND: Full-thickness skin grafts (FTSGs) are generally considered unreliable for coverage of full-thickness finger defects with bone or tendon exposure, and there are few clinical reports of its use in...
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Manual Kirschner-Wire Insertion through the Soft Tissue for Finger Immobilization after Scar Contracture Release

Lee JH, Lee KW, Burm JS, Yang WY, Kang SY

PURPOSE: Finger immobilization by Kirschner-wire (K-wire) insertion may be used for postoperative stability after release of scar contracture. K-wire insertion through the phalangeal bone requires drilling and can result in...
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Microplate Fixation without Maxillomandibular Fixation in Double Mandibular Fractures

Song SW, Burm JS, Yang WY, Kang SY

BACKGROUND: Maxillomandibular fixation (MMF) is usually used to treat double mandibular fractures. However, advancements in reduction and fixation techniques may allow recovery of the premorbid dental arch and occlusion without...
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Minimally Invasive Excision of Epidermal Cysts through a Small Hole Made by a CO2 Laser

Song SW, Burm JS, Yang WY, Kang SY

To improve the cosmetic results of removing epidermal cysts, minimally invasive methods have been proposed. We proposed a new minimally invasive method that completely removes a cyst through a small...
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Vascularized Bipedicled Pericranial Flaps for Reconstruction of Chronic Scalp Ulcer Occurring after Cranioplasty

Yoon SH, Burm JS, Yang WY, Kang SY

BACKGROUND: Intractable chronic scalp ulcers with cranial bone exposure can occur along the incision after cranioplasty, posing challenges for clinicians. They occur as a result of severe scarring, poor blood...
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Prognosis of Full-Thickness Skin Defects in Premature Infants

Moon HS, Burm JS, Yang WY, Kang SY

BACKGROUND: In the extremities of premature infants, the skin and subcutaneous tissue are very pliable due to immaturity and have a greater degree of skin laxity and mobility. Thus, we...
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Treatment of Complete Scalp Avulsion with the Conditions of Unstable Vital Signs: A Case Report

Lee KW, Kang SY, Yang WY, Burm JS

  • KMID: 1918072
  • J Korean Cleft Palate-Craniofac Assoc.
  • 2011 Oct;12(2):116-120.
PURPOSE: Scalp avulsion is a life-threatening injury that may cause trauma to the forehead, eyebrows, and periauricular tissue. It is difficult to treat scalp avulsion as it may lead to...
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Giant Neurofibroma on Both Buttocks

Kim JH, Burm JS, Kim YW, Kang SR, Kim HK

  • KMID: 2120405
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2009 Jul;36(4):511-514.
PURPOSE: Neurofibromatosis(NF) is an autosomal- dominant systemic disease. Up to fifty percent of patients with NF are reported to have concomitant vascular abnormalities. In the resection of a larger NF,...
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The Effect of Melatonin on the Random Flap Survival in the Rat

Hong SE, Kim YW, Burm JS, Kang SR

  • KMID: 2120292
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2008 Nov;35(6):645-652.
PURPOSE: In skin flap surgery, surgeons often encounter distal ischemia of the flap. If a powerful free radical scavenger is used, it may reduce the formation of free radical and...
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Acquired Dermoid Cysts within Subcutaneous Scar Tissue

Kim HJ, Burm JS, Pyon JK, Kim YW

  • KMID: 2040899
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2007 Jul;34(4):507-510.
PURPOSE: Dermoid cysts are almost always caused by congenital events. The most widely accepted pathogenesis is that the cysts are dysembryogenetic lesions that arise from ectodermic elements entrapped during the...
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