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Superficial Temporal Artery Based Pedicled Flap for the Reconstruction of Traumatic Complicated Scalp Defects

Kim JH, Min HJ, Kim YW, Cheon YW, Kim YJ, Pae WS

Reconstruction of traumatic defects on the scalp can be challenging. In cases of skull trauma, direct incisions close to bony defects can lead to skin and soft tissue necrosis. To...
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Pin-site scar revision with subcisions and acellular dermal matrix

Kim YJ, Kim JH, Kim YS, Cheon YW

External fixation is widely used in orthopedic and reconstructive surgery. However, it may leave retracted and depressed scars because it involves the percutaneous placement of transosseous pins or wires that...
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A single-use negative-pressure wound therapy device can reduce mastectomy skin flap necrosis in direct-to-implant breast reconstruction

Kim JH, Kim YS, Kim YW, Kim YJ, Chun YS, Park HK, Cheon YW

Background Mastectomy flap necrosis is a common and challenging complication of direct-to-implant (DTI) breast reconstruction. The PICO single-use negative-pressure wound therapy device may reduce the complications associated with skin flap...
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A rare case of abdominal adenoid basal cell carcinoma in a patient with a history of radiation therapy

Kim JH, Kim SE, Cheon YW

Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common skin cancer and its incidence is steadily increasing. Prior radiation therapy is one of the most important risk factors for BCC. Although...
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Effects of nefopam on catheter-related bladder discomfort in patients undergoing ureteroscopic litholapaxy

Cheon YW, Kim SH, Paek JH, Kim JA, Lee YK, Min JH, Cho HR

BACKGROUND: Patients who undergo urinary catheterization may experience postoperative catheter-related bladder discomfort (CRBD). Previous studies have indicated that drugs with antimuscarinic effects could reduce the incidence and severity of CRBD....
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The Trapezius Muscle Flap: A Viable Alternative for Posterior Scalp and Neck Reconstruction

Yang HJ, Lee DH, Kim YW, Lee SG, Cheon YW

BACKGROUND: The trapezius muscle flap is not usually the first reconstructive option for skin and soft tissue defects in the posterior neck and scalp due to surgeons' unfamiliarity with the...
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Secondary Reconstruction of Frontal Sinus Fracture

Kim YW, Lee DH, Cheon YW

Fractures of frontal sinus account for 5%–12% of all fractures of facial skeleton. Inadequately treated frontal sinus injuries may result in malposition of sinus structures, as well as subsequent distortion...
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Wound Healing Effects of Rose Placenta in a Mouse Model of Full-Thickness Wounds

Kim YW, Baek SR, Lee ES, Lee SH, Moh SH, Kim SY, Moh JH, Kondo C, Cheon YW

BACKGROUND: Rosa damascena, a type of herb, has been used for wound healing in Eastern folk medicine. The goal of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of rose placenta...
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Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma of the Lip in an Adult with Clear Cell Features

Seok JY, Jeong J, Cheon YW, Cho HY, Ha SY, Chung DH

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Prevention of Implant Malposition in Inframammary Augmentation Mammaplasty

Kim YJ, Kim YW, Cheon YW

BACKGROUND: Implant malposition can produce unsatisfactory aesthetic results after breast augmentation. The goal of this article is to identify aspects of the preoperative surgical planning and intraoperative flap fixation that...
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Effects of the Diabetic Condition on Grafted Fat Survival: An Experimental Study Using Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetic Rats

Jung JA, Kim YW, Cheon YW, Kang SR

BACKGROUND: Autologous fat grafts have been widely used for cosmetic purposes and for soft tissue contour reconstruction. Because diabetes mellitus is one of the major chronic diseases in nearly every...
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Bony Deformity after Augmentation Rhinoplasty with Silicone Implant

Kong JS, Kim YW, Cheon YW

  • KMID: 2167576
  • Arch Aesthetic Plast Surg.
  • 2012 Jun;18(2):98-101.
Silicone implants for augmentation rhinoplasty have been used by many surgeons over the past few decades. However, no clinical evaluation of the nasal bones beneath the silicone implant has been...
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The Effect of Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor in Acellular Human Dermal Grafts in Rats

Lee HJ, Kim YW, Cheon YW

  • KMID: 2220345
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2011 Sep;38(5):567-575.
PURPOSE: Acellular human dermis is very useful implant for use in plastic and reconstructive surgery. However, the volume of acellular human dermis graft is known to decrease for a long...
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Effect of Relaxin Expressing Adenovirus for Rat Skin Flap Viability

Yun IS, Park YS, Cheon YW, Jeon YR, Lee WJ, Yun CO, Rah DK

  • KMID: 2322266
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2010 Sep;37(5):519-525.
PURPOSE: Of various effects of relaxin, we assumed that anti-fibrotic effects, neovascularization effects and vasodilatation effects of relaxin might enhance the survival rate of skin flap. In the current study,...
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Multiple Symmetric Lipomatosis: Characteristics and Treatment in Korean Patients

Cheon YW, Roh TS, Kim YO, Kwon JE, Tark KC, Yoo WM

  • KMID: 2040891
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2007 Jul;34(4):477-483.
PURPOSE: Multiple symmetric lipomatosis (MSL) is a relatively rare disorder characterized by presence of multiple, symmetric, nonencapsulated fat masses in face, neck, shoulder and other areas. There has been only...
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