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Clinical Consideration of Contact Burn Caused by Hair Straightener

Lee JU, Lim SA, Song JK, Joo HS

PURPOSE: Hair straightener is a common tool among various household electric appliances used for hair styling. Hair straightener has plate consists of metal or ceramic, which lead to possible burn...
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Coverage of Skin Defect in Deep Second Degree Burn by Using Skin Graft After Advancement Flap

Ahn GH, Lim SA, Song JK, Joo HS

PURPOSE: Skin graft is useful treatment in burn wound. The major disadvantage of traditional skin graft is related to recipient site scarring and donor site morbidity. Then we present our...
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Reconstruction of Postburn Sideburn and Frontal Hairline Alopecia by Various Tailored Scalp Flaps Transfer

Kim DC, Kim JH, Lee R, Lee HY

PURPOSE: Reconstruction of sideburn and frontal hairline alopecia after burn injuries is one of the challenging tasks in reconstructive surgery. We report on the successful experiences to reconstruct the sideburn...
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The Mechanism of Low Temperature Burn and Clinical Cases

Kim S, Yang W, Sim J, Suh D, Baik S, Baik B

PURPOSE: This study was designed to better understand the mechanism of low temperature burn and to show clinical cases of low temperature burn. METHODS: The local temperature increase of electric pad...
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Modified Y-V Flaps for Treatment of Postburn Scar Contractures and Scar Reduction in Extremity

Lee HY, Kim DC, Lee R, Kim JH, Kim TY, Tark KC

PURPOSE: Reconstruction of postburn scar contractures is one of difficult tasks in burn plastic surgery. A linear scar contracture is usually repaired by using skin grafts, traditional or modified Z-plasty....
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