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Case Series: Successful Resuscitation of Severe Facial Injuries Caused by a Chainsaw

Choi HJ

The treatment outcome remains poor of severe facial injuries because of the high risk of compromised airway or massive bleeding. We experienced two successful treatment cases of severe facial injury...
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Polyacrylamide hydrogel (Aquamid) filler removal after a decade

Mo YW, Lee DL, Shin HK, Jung GY

The removal of fillers used for soft-tissue augmentation is an issue of concern, as the possible need for extensive surgery to remove fillers deters their use by many surgeons. Several...
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A Case of Eruptive Syringoma on Forehead in a 9 Year-old Boy

Seol JE, Cho GJ, Kim JU, Jin WJ, Park SH, Moon SH, Hwang SH, Kim H

  • KMID: 2454378
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Jul;57(6):340-342.
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A surgical approach to linear scleroderma using Medpor and dermal fat graft

Kim KT, Sun H, Chung EH

Linear scleroderma en coup de sabre (LScs) is a variant of localized scleroderma. This disease typically occurs in patients in their 20s or younger individuals and predominantly occurs in the...
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Restoration of the Fronto-Orbital Buttress with Primary Bone Fragments

Kim YH, Kang DH

OBJECTIVE: Forehead deformities are often caused by lack of treatment or incorrect restoration of the frontal buttress, so the underlying frontal buttress should be restored to its previous position to...
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Skin Dose Comparison of CyberKnife and Helical Tomotherapy for Head-and-Neck Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy

Yoon J, Park K, Kim JS, Kim YB, Lee H

PURPOSE: This study conducts a comparative evaluation of the skin dose in CyberKnife (CK) and Helical Tomotherapy (HT) to predict the accurate dose of radiation and minimize skin burns in...
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Comparative Measurement of Biophysical Parameters in Consideration of Skin Graft Donor Site for Nasal Defects

Kim JH, Ahn CH, Kim S, Lee Y, Oh SH

BACKGROUND: In planning a skin graft, the texture, color, and size of the recipient and donor site tissues should be considered. OBJECTIVE: We determined the optimal donor sites for nasal full-thickness...
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Validity of Three-dimensional Superimposition of Whole Face according to Different Registration Areas

Oh MH, Jung C, Jeon SW, Cho JH

PURPOSE: This study was aimed to evaluate whether the size of the changed area included in the registration area affects the validity of superimposition in three-dimensional (3D) images. MATERIALS AND METHODS:...
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Identification of Potocki–Lupski syndrome in patients with developmental delay and growth failure

Jun S, Lee Y, Oh A, Kim GH, Seo E, Lee BH, Choi JH, Yoo HW

PURPOSE: Potocki–Lupski syndrome (PTLS), is a recently identified, rare genomic disorder. The patients are affected by infantile hypotonia, poor growth and developmental delay. Facial dysmorphism may not be obvious in...
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Progressive Hemifacial Atrophy After Implant Placement in Patients Taking Immunosuppressive Agents: Case Report

Kim DH, Kim HJ, Jeon KJ, Huh JK

Progressive hemifacial atrophy (PHA) is a rare disorder characterized by acquired unilateral facial atrophy. This disease mainly affects the skin and the craniofacial tissue below forehead. It also involves dermatomes...
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Peripheral osteoma on the medial eyebrow successfully extracted while preserving supratrochlear nerve

Sim HS, Lee DG, Hwang JH, Kim KS, Lee SY

Osteomas are benign, slow-growing osteogenic lesions frequently found in the craniomaxillofacial region. They can be classified as peripheral, central, or extraskeletal. Reactive mechanisms to trauma or infection, as well as...
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Easy method for Upper lid blepharoplasty in elderly Hansen affected persons

Ahn SY, Park HJ, Kim JP

BACKGROUND: The average age of Korean Hansen affected persons who have become less than 10,000 is 76 years old. The upper eyelid lesions of these patients coexist with senile lesions and...
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A Case of Multifocal Primary Cutaneous Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma Managed without Surgical Treatment

Lim J, Park E, Eun S

Primary cutaneous anaplastic large cell lymphoma (C-ALCL) is rare among skin malignancies. C-ALCL usually manifests as reddish or violet nodules. Surgical excision or radiation therapy is generally considered as first-line...
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Forehead-supporting chair system for follicular unit extraction hair transplantation

Park JH, You SH, Kim NR

The seated and prone positions are the most common surgical positions used during follicular unit extraction (FUE). Compared to the latter, the former eases centering and enables more optimal surgical...
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Normative anthropometry and proportions of the Kenyan-African face and comparative anthropometry in relation to African Americans and North American Whites

Virdi SS, Wertheim D, Naini FB

BACKGROUND: There is no normative craniofacial anthropometric data for the Kenyan-African population. The purpose of this investigation was to determine normative anthropometric craniofacial measurements and proportional relationships for Kenyans of...
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Extragenital Lichen Sclerosus Et Atrophicus along the Blaschko's Lines of the Forehead

Jo M, Park E, Yoo J, Lee MJ, Kim MS, Choi KH, Jue MS

  • KMID: 2436879
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2018 Sep;56(8):485-488.
Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus (LSA) is a chronic inflammatory dermatosis presenting as white papules and atrophic patches in the anogenital region. Extragenital LSA is rare and commonly affects the neck,...
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Intradermal Injection of Botulinum Toxin: A Safer Treatment Modality for Forehead Wrinkles

Jun JY, Park JH, Youn CS, Lee JH

Intramuscular injection of botulinum toxin A (BTXA) is commonly used for the treatment of forehead wrinkles. In practice, physicians often use an intradermal injection for this purpose, as they feel...
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Analysis of electroencephalogram-derived indexes for anesthetic depth monitoring in pediatric patients with intellectual disability undergoing dental surgery

Silva A, Amorim P, Felix L, Abelha F, Mourão J

BACKGROUND: Patients with intellectual disability (ID) often require general anesthesia during oral procedures. Anesthetic depth monitoring in these patients can be difficult due to their already altered mental state prior...
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A Case of Nodular Colloid Degeneration in a 40-year-old Woman

Han B, Lee WM, Son SJ, Lee JH, Han TY

  • KMID: 2436742
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2018 Jul;56(6):393-395.
Colloid degeneration of the skin is a rare, distinct clinicopathological entity characterized by the deposition of colloid material in the dermis. Nodular colloid degeneration (NCD) is a clinical variant of...
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Forehead reconstruction with a custom-made three-dimensional titanium implant in a Parry-Romberg syndrome patient

Kim JY, Jung BK, Kim YS, Roh TS, Yun IS

Parry-Romberg syndrome is a rare neurocutaneous syndrome characterized by progressive shrinkage and degeneration of the tissues usually on only one side of the face. It is usually difficult to restore...
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