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Spontaneous Pharyngeal Perforation After Forceful Vomiting: The Difference from Classic Boerhaave's Syndrome

Roh JL, Park CI

Boerhaave's syndrome is spontaneous transmural perforation of the esophagus, which occurs most often after forceful vomiting or retching. This commonly occurs in the lower third of the esophagus but spontaneous...
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Cochlear Implantation after Bilateral Transverse Temporal Bone Fractures

Shin JH, Park SC, Baek SH, Kim SH

Patients deafened by a severe head injury are rarely encountered. We report a case of a 65-yr-old man with bilateral transverse temporal bone fractures due to head injury. He underwent...
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Factors Related to Regional Recurrence in Early Stage Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Oral Tongue

An SY, Jung EJ, Lee M, Kwon TK, Sung MW, Jeon YK, Kim KH

OBJECTIVES: This study analyzed various clinical and histopathologic factors for patients with early stage squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of the oral tongue to define a high risk group for regional...
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Functional Benefit after Modification of Radial Forearm Free Flap for Soft Palate Reconstruction

Kim JH, Chu HR, Kang JM, Bae WJ, Oh SJ, Rho YS, Ahn HY, Jung CH

OBJECTIVES: To compare the velopharyngeal function, swallowing and speech of the conventional and modified radial forearm free flap (RFFF) for soft palate reconstruction. METHODS: Retrospective clinical study. Twenty-eight patients who underwent...
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An Anatomic Study on the Overlap Patterns of Structural Components in the Keystone Area in Noses of Koreans

Kim IS, Chung YJ, Lee YI

OBJECTIVES: The keystone area has critical importance in maintaining the stability of the nasal dorsum. However, overlap patterns between structural components in the keystone area have rarely been studied, especially...
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Endoscopic Repairment of Septal Perforation with Using a Unilateral Nasal Mucosal Flap

Lee HR, Ahn DB, Park JH, Kim YH, Sin CM, Youn SJ, Kim JS

OBJECTIVES: Nasal septal perforation is an anatomic defect of the cartilaginous and bone tissues of the nasal septum. Many approaches and techniques to repair nasal septal perforations have been reported...
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Endoscopic Versus Traditional Craniofacial Resection for Patients with Sinonasal Tumors Involving the Anterior Skull Base

Kim BJ, Kim DW, Kim SW, Han DH, Kim DY, Rhee CS, Lee CH

OBJECTIVES: With the advent of microdebriders and image guidance systems, endoscope-assisted surgery is now more widely used for the treatment of tumors involving the base of the skull. The aim...
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The Usefulness of Rectified VEMP

Lee KJ, Kim MS, Son EJ, Lim HJ, Bang JH, Kang JG

OBJECTIVES: For a reliable interpretation of left-right difference in Vestibular evoked myogenic potential (VEMP), the amount of sternocleidomastoid muscle (SCM) contraction has to be considered. Therefore, we can ensure that...
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Tympanometry and CT Measurement of Middle Ear Volumes in Patients with Unilateral Chronic Otitis Media

Ahn JY, Park HJ, Park GH, Jeong YS, Kwak HB, Lee YJ, Shin JE, Moon WJ

OBJECTIVES: The goals of the study were to compare the middle ear (ME) volumes from both normal and lesioned ears, and these ME volumes were measured by a digital image...
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The Role of Inflammatory Mediators in the Pathogenesis of Otitis Media and Sequelae

Juhn SK, Jung MK, Hoffman MD, Drew BR, Preciado D, Sausen NJ, Jung TT, Kim BH, Park SY, Lin J, Ondrey FG, Mains DR, Huang T

This review deals with the characteristics of various inflammatory mediators identified in the middle ear during otitis media and in cholesteatoma. The role of each inflammatory mediator in the pathogenesis...
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