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Chondrocutaneous transposition flap for congenital tragal malformation with dystopic cartilage

Jeon JI, Ha JH, Kim S

Due to the variety in the shape of dysmorphic cartilage, tragus reconstruction is one of the most challenging goals in otoplasty. The authors describe a method to reconstruct a prominent...
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Helical Rim Advancement Flap with an Additional Postauricular Skin Flap: A Case Report

Kim SH, Choi JH

The auricle is a three-dimensional cartilaginous frame covered with thin overlying skin. Due to its complex features, reconstructing helical rim defects after the excision of an auricular mass is challenging....
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Orbicularis oris muscle reconstruction and cheiloplasty with Z-plasty in a patient with a transverse facial cleft

Koh SH, Jeong YW, Han JJ, Jung S, Kook MS, Oh HK, Park HJ

BACKGROUND: Transverse facial clefts are Tessier's number 7 facial cleft among numbers 1–15 in Tessier's classification of craniofacial malformations, which varies from a simple widening oral commissure to a complete...
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A Case of Contrast Enhanced Cystic Mass of External Ear Canal Diagnosed as Engorged Hard Tick

Lee MY, Jung JY

A 58-year-old female complained earfullness and otalgia and came to the clinic. Dark gray colored cystic mass obstructing the left ear canal was observed during the endoscopic exam. Contrast enhanced...
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A Study of Skin Disease of the External Ear in Older Adults According to Anatomical Location

Kim JK, Bae IH, Kim MS, Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS

BACKGROUND: Due to its anatomical location, the external ear is easily exposed and damaged due to trauma, weathering, and inflammation. Therefore, depending on the patient's age, different cutaneous diseases can...
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Clinical Features of Otomycosis Co-occurring with Chronic Otitis Media and the Causative Fungi

Kim YH

BACKGROUND: Otomycosis is a fungal infection that comprises 7~10% of outer ear infections. Although the occurrence is higher in humid climates, relatively few studies have investigated otomycosis occurrences in humid...
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Anesthetic management of a patient with branchio-oto-renal syndrome

Tsukamoto , Yokoyama T

Branchio-oto-renal syndrome (BOR) is a rare autosomal dominant disorder. The features include branchial cysts, hearing loss, ear malformation, preauricular pits, retrognathia, congenital heart disease, and renal abnormalities. However, anesthetic management...
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Effectiveness of Ear Splint Therapy for Ear Deformities

Woo JE, Park YH, Park EJ, Park KY, Kim SH, Yim SY

OBJECTIVE: To present our experience with ear splint therapy for babies with ear deformities, and thereby demonstrate that this therapy is an effective and safe intervention without significant complications. METHODS: This...
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Eccrine Hidrocystoma in External Auditory Canal

Lee YS, Han C, Ku CH, Seo YJ

Hidrocystomas, eccrine or apocrine are rare ductal cystic benign lesions of the sweat gland. These uncommon cystic lesions are extremely rare in the external ear. Here, we discuss the clinical...
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The External Auricular Reconstruction with Inferior Based Retroauricular Flap Including the Posterior Auricular Artery

Choi JH, Ki SH

PURPOSE: The external ear is a common area of trauma on the body prone to exposure of ultraviolet light, which can lead to skin cancer. Thus, variable techniques have been...
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Characterization of mesenchymal cells beneath cornification of the fetal epithelium and epidermis at the face: an immunohistochemical study using human fetal specimens

Kim JH, Jin ZW, Murakami G, Cho BH

Fetal development of the face involves a specific type of cornification in which keratinocytes provide a mass or plug to fill a cavity. The epithelial-mesenchymal interaction was likely to be...
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Correction of Prominent Ears

Park MH

External ear anomaly was not uncommon disease. The spectrum of anomaly is wide, from mild anomalies including prominent ears, cryptotia to absence of external ear. In western countries, prominent ears...
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Osteoma of the Promontory Mimicking a Congenital Cholesteatoma

Park HJ, Eom TH, Cho YB, Jang CH

Osteoma of the temporal bone most commonly occurs in the external ear. Osteomas in the middle ear are not common, and only 25 relevant cases (18 papers) have been reported...
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A Case of Herpes Zoster Oticus Involving Multiple Cranial Nerves without Facial Palsy

Baek SH, Lee YJ, Jeong SW, Choi HS

Varicella zoster virus (VZV) infection of the head and neck region may present with various symptoms. We present a case of VZV infection of the external ear (cranial nerve V),...
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Otoplasty in Otolaryngology

Kim MJ, Han GC

Otoplasty is known to be a challenging and rewarding area in otolaryngology. Although the physiologic effects of ear deformity are negligible, the aesthetic and psychological impact on the patient can...
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The Importance of a Conchal Bowl Element in the Fabrication of a Three-Dimensional Framework in Total Auricular Reconstruction

Kim YS

BACKGROUND: To construct a sophisticated three-dimensional framework, numerous modifications have been reported in the literature. However, most surgeons have paid little attention to the anatomical configuration of the concha and...
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Clinical Analysis of Auricular Benign Masses

Jung SY, Kim MG, Boo SH, Yeo EK, Kwon C, Lee SK, Yeo SG

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Auricular masses are growths on the outer ear that have not been well characterized clinically. We assessed the clinical nature and treatment of auricular benign masses in...
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Eosinophilic granulomas in two dogs

Kim JH, Jung JY, Kang SC, Lee YR, Lee JY, Hwang EK, Woo GH, Kim JH

  • KMID: 1991816
  • Korean J Vet Res.
  • 2011 Mar;51(1):61-64.
Eosinophilic granuloma is a common hypersensitive inflammatory skin disease in cats, and rare in dogs and horses. The skin biopsies of 5 years old female Cocker spaniel and 2 years...
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Two Cases of Nodular Fasciitis in External Ear Region

Yoon TM, Kim RY, Cho SY, Lee JS

Nodular fasciitis is a benign reactive myofibroblastic proliferative lesion of unknown etiology. It is classically presented as a freely mobile, solitary, rapidly growing superficial nodule. It can mimic an early...
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Simultaneous Maxillo-Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis in Hemifacial Microsomia: a Case Report

Kim IK, Park JW, Lee EH, Yang JE, Chang JW, Pyun YH, Ju SH, Wang B

  • KMID: 2044720
  • J Korean Assoc Maxillofac Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2010 Sep;32(5):447-453.
The hemifacial microsomia is characterized by variable underdevelopment of the craniofacial skeleton, external ear, and facial soft tissues. So, patients with hemifacial microsomia have an occlusal plane canting and malocclusion...
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