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A Rare Case of Calcinosis Cutis: Easily Mistaken as a Foreign Body

Kim HI, Kim HS, Yi HS, Kim HY, Kim YS

Calcinosis cutis is a very rare disease characterized by insoluble calcium salt deposits in the skin. There are five types of calcinosis, dystrophic type being the most common among them....
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Accidental Trichloroacetic Acid Burn Injuries on Genital Area during Gynecological Procedures

Lee CK, Yu SH, Kim DC

TCA is widely used in cosmetic treatments such as chemical peels, tattoo removal, and also in gynecological procedures for managing cervical intraepithelial neoplasia. However, storage of high concentration of TCA...
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A Burn after Alexandrite Laser Hair Removal on a Forehead Flap: A Case Report

Hong JS, Lee DL, Mo YW, Kang I, Shin HK, Lee JH, Jung GY

The nose is a complex three-dimensional structure and represents a major aesthetic focus of the face. As a gold standard for nasal soft tissue reconstruction, the ‘forehead flap’ provides reconstructive...
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Knee joint reconstruction using regional flaps: an aesthetic approach to extensive defects following fourth-degree contact burns

Oh SJ, Kang JC

Flap surgery may be required in cases of severe contact burns. The authors report a patient with an exposed knee joint. A 47-year-old man experienced a wide and deep contact...
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The Utility of Novel Fish-Skin Derived Acellular Dermal Matrix (Kerecis) as a Wound Dressing Material

Kim TH, Park JH, Jeong HG, Wee SY

Background: The newly-approved Kerecis is a piscine acellular dermal xenograft. This piscine acellular dermal matrix (ADM) has specific bioactive lipid mediators, omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, and has a positive effect...
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Bee venom reduces burn-induced pain via the suppression of peripheral and central substance P expression in mice

Kang DW, Choi JG, Kim J, Park JB, Lee JH, Kim HW

Background: Scalding burn injuries can occur in everyday life but occur more frequently in young children. Therefore, it is important to develop more effective burn treatments. Objectives: This study examined the...
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Fragmented Split-Thickness Skin Graft Using a Razor Blade in Burn Induced Diabetic Foot

Park CH, Choi M, Kang CS, Kim TG

  • KMID: 2502603
  • J Korean Burn Soc.
  • 2020 Jun;23(1):20-24.
Diabetic patients have an increased risk of burn injuries on foot. Because of their diabetic neuropathy, they could contact with hot water or warming device without being aware of it....
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A Clinical Study on Recent Causing Agents of Chemical Burns

Shin CH, Yu SH, Kim JH, Kim DC

  • KMID: 2502601
  • J Korean Burn Soc.
  • 2020 Jun;23(1):7-12.
Purpose: Due to rapid changes in the industrial structure in last decade, the wider various types of chemical agents were introduced. Burn surgeons should be well-informed with rapid changes of...
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Reconstruction of post-burn anterior neck contractures using a butterfly design free anterolateral thigh perforator flap

Lellouch A, Ng ZY, Pozzo V, Suffee T, Lantieri L

Anterior neck burns represent a major reconstructive challenge due to severe sequalae including restriction in movement and poor aesthetic outcomes. Common treatment options include skin grafting with/without dermal matrices, and...
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Salvaging a Severely Burned Ankle Using Arthrodesis and Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap

Suh JM, Chang YJ, Chung CH, Kim GL

A 72-year-old male patient without underlying diseases presented with a flame burn injury on the fibula and talus of the ankle joint and soft tissue around the posterior lower leg....
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Deep Burn Injuries on the Lower Abdomen after HIFU Treatment for Uterine Myoma

Yu SH, Kim DC

High-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) has been regarded as a non-invasive uterine-preserving treatment for women with uterine myoma. Numerous studies have reported that it is a relatively safe and effective treatment...
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Analysis on Usefulness of Various Free Flaps for Primary Reconstruction on Fourth Degree Burn

Lee JH, Shin SH, Kim HJ, Lee SJ, Kim SH, Suh IS, Kim JH

Purpose: A fourth degree burn is a full-thickness burn of the skin usually accompanied by damage to deep structures and commonly results in extensive damage to surrounding tissues which makes...
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The Pilot Study of Robot-Assisted Training for the Lower Extremity Rehabilitation of Burn Patients

Cho YS, Noh MH, Joo SY, Seo CH

Purpose: Scar contracture influence the outcome of burn patients significantly. This study aims to investigate the feasibility of robot-assisted training for the lower extremity rehabilitation of burn patients. Methods: This pilot...
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A Next-Generation Friction Burn Caused by a Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

Wee SJ, Park MC

Consumers today are increasingly using a new type of vacuum cleaner with a soft roller head. Among injuries from the use of household appliances, vacuum cleaner-related friction burns tend to...
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Severe chemical burns related to dermal exposure to herbicide containing glyphosate and glufosinate with surfactant in Korea

Shin J, Lim N, Roh S

Background: Glyphosate and glufosinate use widely used as herbicide ingredients. There have been several reported cases of chemical burns caused by dermal exposure to glyphosatecontaining herbicide, and patients in these...
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Early reduced bone formation following burn injury in rats is not inversely related to marrow adiposity

El Ayadi A, Helderman , Finnerty C, Herndon DN, Rosen CJ, Klein GL

OBJECTIVES: The objective of the study was to determine whether postburn reduction of bone formation occurred earlier than 2–3 weeks after burn injury and whether that reduction was inversely related...
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Sensate Medial Plantar Free Flap Transfer and Adductor Pollicis Myotomy for Treatment of Palmar Burn Scar Contracture

Ku I, Jeong E

A postburn contracture involving the palmar skin and subcutaneous tissues results in a severe loss of functionality of the affected hand. The corrective surgical procedures aim for an improvement of...
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The Effectiveness of (1,3)-β-D-Glucan Assay for Diagnosis of Invasive Fungal Infections in Patients with Burn Injury

Lee N, Kim D

BACKGROUND: Fungal infections are emerging as a major cause of healthcare-associated infection, and invasive fungal infections (IFI) are associated with high mortality in burn patients. The (1,3)-β-D-glucan (BG) assay has...
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The Clinical Investigation Study of Pancreatitis Developed in Burn Patients

Cho GY, Chun JW, Kim YM, Yoon JC, Yim H, Cho YS, Kim D, Hur J, Chun W

PURPOSE: To find progression and prognosis of pancreatitis developed in massive burn patients through retrospective analysis. METHODS: A retrospective study was conducted on 32 patients with abnormal increase of serum lipase...
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Heat-related skin disease

Kim KH

Skin disease can be caused by high temperature, and it is related to the temperature regulation mechanism of human body, adaptation reaction to temperature change, and health problems due to...
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