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Localizing the nerve to the mylohyoid using the mylohyoid triangle

Iwanaga J, Kim HJ, Wysiadecki G, Obata K, Harazono Y, Ibaragi S, Tubbs RS

The nerve to the mylohyoid muscle has been well studied but there are no specific anatomical landmarks for identifying it. Therefore, we aimed to identify anatomical landmarks for localizing the...
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Parachute Technique for Head and Neck Free-Flap Inset

Yeou SH, Song YJ, Lee JH, Shin YS

The treatment outcome of advanced squamous cell carcinoma involving the head and neck is well known to be dire and usually needs multimodality treatment even including optimal reconstruction after ablative...
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Primary thrombolysis for free flap surgery in head and neck reconstruction: a case report and review

Zhang SL, Ng HW

The use of free flaps is an essential and reliable method of reconstruction in complex head and neck defects. Flap failure remains the most feared complication, the most common cause...
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Treatment of chronic bronchopleural fistula and recurrent empyema using a latissimus dorsi myocutaneous flap: a case report and literature review

Kang B, Myung Y

Bronchopleural fistula is a severe complication with a high mortality rate that occurs after pulmonary resection. Several treatment options have been suggested; however, it is a challenge to treat this...
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Objective photographic assessments and comparisons of immediate bilateral breast reconstruction using deep inferior epigastric perforator flaps and implants

Han HH, Choi JM, Eom JS

Background The increasing number of bilateral breast cancer patients has been accompanied by a growing need for bilateral mastectomy with immediate reconstruction. However, little research has investigated the complications and...
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Cephalic Vein Supercharging to Prevent Venous Congestion for a Reverse Radial Forearm Flap Used in the Reconstruction of Dorsum of Hand: A Case Report

Kim JL, Chun JY, Lee NH, Shin JY, Roh SG

The reverse radial forearm flap is often co-opted for soft tissue reconstruction of the dorsum of hand. Venous congestion can lead to flap necrosis or failure. To improve dorsum hand...
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A Case of Free Flap Reconstruction after Endoscopic Debridemnt for Recalcitrant Nasopharyngeal Osteoradionecrosis Without Facial Incision

Kang YJ, Hong SD, Chung MK

High-dose radiation therapy is the treatment of choice for nasopharyngeal cancer, and clinical outcomes have improved in recent decades. A certain proportion of patients, however, suffer from post-radiation nasopharyngeal necrosis...
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Outcome of Endonasal Dacryocystorhinostomy with Nasal and Lacrimal Sac Mucosal Flaps

Jeong I, Kim S

Purpose: In patients with nasolacrimal duct obstruction, the outcomes of surgery were evaluated according to the type or presence of flaps. Methods: In total, 509 eyes were compared retrospectively: 178...
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Intraoperative near-infrared spectroscopy for pedicled perforator flaps: a possible tool for the early detection of vascular issues

Marchesi A, Garieri P, Amendola F, Marcelli S, Vaienti L

Background Pedicled perforator flaps can present postoperative complications similar to those encountered in free flap surgery. Beyond a clinical evaluation, there is still no reliable technical aid for the early...
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Evaluation of pedicled flaps for type IIIB open fractures of the tibia at a tertiary care center

Vathulya M, Dhingra M, Nongdamba H, Chattopadhyay D, Kapoor A, Dhingra VK, Mago V, Kandwal P

Background Soft tissue coverage plays a vital role in replacing the vascularity of the underlying bone in Gustilo type IIIB fractures. The aim of this article was to evaluate the...
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CAD-CAM fabricated Milled-bar and Implant Overdenture after Reconstruction with a Fibular Free Flap: A Clinical Report

Yi Y

This clinical report describes the oral rehabilitation of a patient who underwent total mandibulectomy and subsequent fibular f ree flap reconstruction. The patient had adverse sof t tissue conditions for a...
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Sequential treatment from mandibulectomy to reconstruction on mandibular oral cancer – Case review II: mandibular anterior and the floor of the mouth lesion of basaloid squamous cell carcinoma and clear cell odontogenic carcinoma

Yang JY, Hwang DS, Kim UK

Preoperative patient analysis for oral cancer involves multiple considerations that are based on multiple factors; these include TNM stages, histopathologic findings, and adjacent anatomical structures. Once the decision is made...
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Vertical Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous-Pedicled Island Flap for Covering Defect of the Suprapubic Area: A Case Report

Yeo HD, Chung JH, Park SH, Lee BI, Yoon ES

Immediate reconstruction of defects in the lower abdomen is challenging. We present a successful reconstruction case using a vertical rectus abdominis myocutaneous (VRAM) flap for a radiation ulcer on the...
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Intraadiposal Pedicle Dissection when Performing Free Tissue Transfer: A Means to Address a Short Pedicle

Lim JH, Chang JW

A 77-year-old male patient with a diabetic foot ulcer on his right great toe visited the outpatient clinic. As necrosis of the toe had already progressed, the patient underwent toe...
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Single-Stage Peninsula-Shaped Lateral Tongue Flap Reconstruction for Buccal Defects in Two Patients: Revisiting a Simple and Safe Reconstructive Option

Kong YT, Lim SY, Kim J, Shin HW, Kim KN

Intraoral defects are increasingly reconstructed using free flaps. However, certain situations may render free flap reconstruction difficult. This study presents two cases with underlying comorbidities that underwent reconstruction of buccal...
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Surgical Treatment of Sacrococcygeal Pilonidal Sinus with a Leaf Flap

Kim JH, Nam SM, Park ES, Choi CY, Cha HG

Background: Pilonidal sinus, occurring in 7% of the population, is a disease found in the cleavage of the buttocks, typically in young males after puberty. This study explored the utility...
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Keystone Flap with Omega Variation and Sydney Melanoma Unit Modification to Cover Small- and Moderate-Sized Defects in the Anterior Lower Leg

Kong YT, Kim J, Shin HW, Kim KN

Background: Covering a small defect on the anterior lower leg is challenging because less soft tissue is available. This study presents the application of a keystone flap (KF) with omega...
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Reconstruction of a small defect of the lower vermilion adjacent to white roll using a modified O-Z flap

Kim HI, Kim HS, Park JH, Yi HS, Kim YS, Kim HY

Reconstruction of lip defects is important because the lips play an important role in maintaining aesthetic facial balance, facial expressions, and speech. There are various methods of lip reconstruction such...
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Thoracomyoplasty for Chronic Empyema and Osteoradionecrosis of the Chest Wall

Hong JI, Shin HJ, Jo WM, Shin JS, Hwang J

Herein, we report a case in which thoracomyoplasty was performed to manage chronic postlobectomy empyema (PLE). A 54-year-old male patient with a surgical history of right upper lobectomy and thymectomy...
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Simultaneous Volar Pulp and Nail Bed Reconstruction with the Second Toe Onychocutaneous Free Flap

Lee KJ, Park I, Roh SY, Koh SH, Kim JS, Hong MK

Fingertip injury is one of the most common hand injuries. Although several types of advancement and cross-finger flaps exist, they would not be essential for nail bed defects. The authors...
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