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Peroneal Artery Perforator Free Flap on the Palm and Removal of Back Foreign Body in High Voltage Electrical Burn Patient: A Case Report

Jung SW, Lee SJ

Wound caused by high-tension electrical burns is difficult to manage because the wound is deep and complex. The wound is progressively necrotic due to microvascular injury resulting in deep tissue...
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Unplanned change from double free flap to a chimeric anterolateral thigh flap in recurrent laryngeal cancer

Ki SH, Ma SH, Sim SH, Choi MS

Reconstruction method choice in recurrent head and neck cancer depends on surgical history, radiation therapy dosage, conditions of recipient vessels, and general patient condition. Furthermore, when defects are multiple or...
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Radiation Induced Perineo-Coccygeal Defect Coverage with Latissimus Dorsi Musculocutaneous Free Flap

Oh J, Jeon JI, Eun S

Perineal defect reconstruction is usually encountered in oncological conditions, trauma, or infection such as Fournier's gangrene. Reconstructive surgeons face challenges due to the complex structure and diversity of the different...
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Salvage Procedure of a Lower Leg in a Contact Burn: Latissimus Dorsi Muscle Free Flap and Scalp Skin Graft

Oh SJ, Moon D

Intentional carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning has become rapidly increased occurrence, also if the surviving patient is burnt and unconscious, the patient's burn wound is likely to be severely deep and...
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Late avulsion of a free flap in a patient with severe psychiatric illness: Establishing a successful salvage strategy

Schaffer C, Hart A, Watfa W, Raffoul W, di Summa P

Post-traumatic defects of the distal third of the leg often require skipping a few steps of the well-established reconstructive ladder, due to the limited local reliable reconstructive options. In rare...
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Free flap thrombosis in patients with hypercoagulability: A systematic review

Biben JA, Atmodiwirjo P

BACKGROUND: Even with satisfactory anastomosis technique and adequate experience of the surgeon, flap loss due to thrombosis can still occur due to the patient’s underlying condition. Patients with hypercoagulability due...
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Free Flap Reconstruction in Patients with Traumatic Injury of the Forefoot

Kang SH, Oh J, Eun SC

Many techniques have been developed for reconstruction of the hand; however, less attention has been paid to foot reconstruction techniques. In particular, reconstruction of the forefoot and big toe has...
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Comparison of Skin Graft for the Defect of the Radial Forearm Free Flap

Lee JK, Yoon SH, Kang TG, Kim JG, Kim HY, Lim HR, Jeong SH, Park KS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study compared two types of skin graft reconstruction for the defect of the radial forearm free flap. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: Ten cases of split-thickness skin graft (STSG)...
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Treatment of Cutaneous Leiomyosarcoma on the Cheek with Superficial Circumflex Iliac Artery Perforator Fasciocutaneous Free Flap: A Case Report

Hong WT, Chung YK

Cutaneous leiomyosarcoma (CLM) is a rare soft tissue sarcoma derived from the dermis or subcutaneous portion of the skin. Recently, a young male patient presented with a very rare case...
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Sensate Medial Plantar Free Flap Transfer and Adductor Pollicis Myotomy for Treatment of Palmar Burn Scar Contracture

Ku I, Jeong E

A postburn contracture involving the palmar skin and subcutaneous tissues results in a severe loss of functionality of the affected hand. The corrective surgical procedures aim for an improvement of...
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Clinical Outcomes of a 14-Day In-Hospital Stay Program in Patients Undergoing Head and Neck Cancer Surgery With Free Flap Reconstruction Under the National Health Insurance System

Choi JE, Kim H, Choi SY, Park J, Chung MK, Baek CH, Jeong HS

OBJECTIVES: Length of in-hospital stay (LOS) is often regarded as a surrogate marker of efficiency in medical care. A shorter stay can redistribute medical resources to more patients if patient...
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Exclusive tongue tip reconstruction of hemiglossectomy defects using the underrated lateral arm free flap with bilobed design

Oh J, Lee TH, Lee JH, Tae K, Park SO, Ahn HC

BACKGROUND: Tongue reconstruction is challenging with the unique function and anatomy. Goals for reconstruction differ depending on the extent of reconstruction. Thin and pliable flaps are useful for tongue tip...
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Functional outcome predictors following mandibular reconstruction with osteocutaneous fibula free flaps: correlating early postoperative videofluoroscopic swallow studies with long-term clinical results

Gonzalez S, Hobbs B, Vural E, Moreno MA

BACKGROUND: Advancements in the field of microvascular surgery and the widespread adoption of microvascular surgical techniques have made the use of osteocutaneous fibula free flaps the standard of care in...
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Condyle dislocation following mandibular reconstruction using a fibula free flap: complication cases

Kang SH, Lee S, Nam W

BACKGROUND: Condylar dislocation can arise as a complication in patients who required mandibular and/or condylar reconstruction and were operated on with fibula free flap (FFF) using surgical guides designed using...
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Investigation of the dorsolateral branch of the posterior intercostal artery for use as the pedicle of a free flap: A cadaveric study and case series

Nam SB, Seo JY, Park TS, Sung JY, Kim JH, Lee JW, Kim MW, Oh HC

BACKGROUND: The dorsolateral branch of the posterior intercostal artery (DLBPI) can be easily found while harvesting a latissimus dorsi (LD) musculocutaneous flap for breast reconstruction. However, it remains unknown whether...
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Immediate parotid duct reconstruction using an autologous vena comitans of the anterolateral thigh free flap pedicle in ablative head and neck surgery

Kim JW, Kim TG

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Vastus intermedius–anterolateral thigh chimeric free flap for lower extremity reconstruction

Kang CS, Lee JH, Chung KJ, Kim TG

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Anterior Lateral Thigh Free Flap and Achilles Tendon Reconstruction Surgery for Contact Dermal Burn of Heel Including Achilles Tendon: A Case Report -Surgical Treatment for Functional Recovery-

Park JS, Baek SH, Kim GL

A 3rd degree burn on the heel including the Achilles tendon is vulnerable and requires active treatment to improve the functional outcomes. Previously, there have been a few treatments on...
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Use of a helical composite free flap for alar defect reconstruction with a supermicrosurgical technique

Jeong HH, Choi DH, Hong JP, Suh HS

The highly contoured nature of the nose and the abundant free margin makes it especially difficult to reconstruct. In this report, we describe the use of a new helical rim...
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Reconstruction of a Large Infected Midline Abdominal Wall Defect Using a Latissimus Dorsi Free Flap

Cha HG, Kim EK, Hong SK

Managing large infected midline abdominal defects are clinically challenging and technically demanding. The alloplastic materials, regional flaps, and component separation are usually infeasible because of the size, location, depth, and...
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