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Functional outcomes in children with reduction glossectomy for vascular malformations – “less is more!”

Thomas JK, Gaikwad VS, Babu TR, Mathai J, Srinivas R, Karl IS

Objectives: Vascular malformation (VM) of the tongue can cause true macroglossia in children. Reduction glossectomy provides primary relief when sclerotherapy has failed or is not possible. In this study, we...
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Reduction glossectomy of congenital macroglossia due to lymphangioma

Kim JH, Kwon HJ, Rhie JW

Macroglossia is a rare clinical condition defined as an enlarged tongue. Macroglossia can cause structural deformities like diastema and disproportionate mandibular growth and present functional disorders such as dysarthria, dysphonia,...
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Complete denture making in a patient of partial glossectomy using polished surface impression taking and direct metal laser sintering method: A case report

Jung YW, Lee GJ, Kim HJ

For the success of complete denture, three essential requirements such as retention, stability and support are needed. Moreover, due to the absorption of residual ridge and scarring due to the...
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Prosthetic rehabilitation of a patient with tongue cancer using palatal augmentation prosthesis and mandibular implant-retained overdenture: A case report

Kim YJ, Lee YH, Ko KH, Park CJ, Cho LR, Huh YH

The tongue, especially its lateral part, is the most common site of oral tumors. Patients who undergo glossectomy for the treatment of tongue cancer may experience difficulty in proper functioning...
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Case of making maxillary palatal augmentation complete denture for patient with dysphagia after partial glossectomy

Kim HS, Park JY, Yim SY, Heo YR, Son MK

If complication arises after glossectomy which leads to trouble in forming food bolus or transfer of the food, it is possible that either food bolus may block the airway or...
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Exploratory Study on Guide Wire-Guided Tongue Resection under Ultrasonography for Adequate Safe Margins in Tongue Cancer Surgery

Lim HJ, Jin YJ, Chung EJ, Hah JH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The adequate safety margin in tongue cancer is the most important prognostic factor for local recurrence and survival. This study aimed to evaluate the resection margins using...
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Glossectomy in the severe maxillofacial vascular malformation with jaw deformity: a rare case report

Park MH, Kim CM, Chung DY, Paeng JY

In the field of oral-maxillofacial surgery, vascular malformations present in various forms. Abnormalities in the size of the tongue by vascular malformations can cause mandibular prognathism and skeletal deformity. The...
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Simultaneous Glossectomy with Orthognathic Surgery for Mandibular Prognathism

Jung YW, On SW, Chung KR, Song SI

Macroglossia can create dental and skeletal instability after orthodontic treatment or orthognathic surgery for mandibular prognathism. In relevant literature, partial glossectomy is suggested for a good post-treatment prognosis. Most of...
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Prosthetic rehabilitation for a glossectomy patient: a clinical report

Yoon J, Lee S, Lee J, Oh N

Malignant tumours of the oral cavity that require resection of the tongue result in severe deficiencies in speech and deglutition. In such patients, improvements in mastication, swallowing, and speech may...
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Surgical Treatment of Base of Tongue for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Cho HJ

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a chronic disease with the risks of secondary cardiovascular or metabolic diseases. Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is the first line treatment for OSA, but...
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Anesthetic management of children with Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome : Two cases report

Kim HJ, Kim JT, Kim HJ, Kim HS, Kim CS, Kim SD

Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome consists of various abnormalities, including macroglossia, visceromegaly, omphalocele, and neonatal hypoglycemia. These abnormalities frequently require operative correction and careful anesthetic management. Principal problems associated with anesthetic management in...
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The Comparison between Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap and Radial Forearm Free Flap in Partial Glossectomy Defect-An Evaluation of Donor Site Morbidity and Functional Outcome

Cho SH, Lee WJ, Lew DH, Tark KC

  • KMID: 2002015
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2007 May;34(3):330-335.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the functional outcome and donor site morbidity of anterolateral thigh free flap(ALT) compared to Radial forearm free flap(RFFF) for the reconstruction...
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Reduction glossectomy of macroglossia in beckwith-wiedemann syndrome : a case report

Kim HK, Kim ES, Ko YK, Kim SG

  • KMID: 1575609
  • J Korean Assoc Maxillofac Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2005 Nov;27(6):559-564.
Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome is an autosomal dominant growth excess disorder, which occurs with a reported incidence of 1 in 13,700 to 1 in 17,000 live births. It constitutes a discrete...
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Central tongue reduction for macroglossia

Chung IH, Song SI, Kim ES

  • KMID: 2190459
  • J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg.
  • 2003 Jun;29(3):191-194.
Macroglossia can cause dentomusculoskeletal deformities, instability of orthodontic and orthognathic surgical treatment, and create masticatory, speech and airway management problems. To determine whether a reduction glossectomy is necessary, it will...
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Effect of Partial Glossectomy on Speech of Down Syndrome Children

Park YS, Yang WY, Kim JY, Kim SJ

  • KMID: 2322484
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2001 May;28(3):289-294.
The anatomy of oral cavity in Down syndrome is characterized by hypotonic macroglossia, small oral cavity, and narrow palate with high-arch shape. Because of such characteristics, patients show difficulty in...
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Functional Results of Tongue Reconstruction Using Free Flaps after Total Glossectomy

Sun DI, Kim MS, Lee JH, Jeon JH, Song CJ, Cho SH

  • KMID: 1874424
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2000 Oct;43(10):1102-1108.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Total glossectomy and postoperative radiotherapy is the treatment of choice for advanced carcinoma of the floor of mouth and tongue. But, it has the potential for causing...
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Bilobed Sensate Radial Forearm Free Flap for Functional Reconstruction Following Hemiglossectomy

Lee CJ, Yim JH, Kil MS, Lew DH, Lee SI

  • KMID: 1942237
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2000 Mar;27(2):105-110.
After hemiglossectomy due to tongue cancer, such factors as mobility, sensation, volume and the shape of the tongue are critical elements for successful rehabilitation. As long as there is a...
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An experimental study on the mandibular growth by the partial glossectomy of the rats

Hyun SH, Kim KW

  • KMID: 2400522
  • Korean J Orthod.
  • 1995 Oct;25(5):567-575.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of the partial glossectomy on the mandibular growth of growing rats. Thirty one Sprague-Dawley rats four weeks old were divided...
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