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Reconstruction of Postburn Scar Contracture of the Sole Using the Medialis Pedis Free Flap

Kim JH, Choi JM, Chung CM, Park MC

Postburn scar contracture of sole can cause musculoskeletal deformity, restricted range of motion, and decreased quality of life. It is very important to exhibit similar characteristics of the sole when...
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The Usefulness of the Two-Staged Pedicled Latissimus Dorsi (LD) Flap in Fourth-Degree Burns of Upper Extremity

Kim JH, Seol SH, Chung CM, Park MC, Cho SH

Purpose: A large defect by fourth-degree burns in the upper limb requires flap reconstruction. Since severe vascular damage and decrease in blood circulation after vascular anastomosis can occur in defects...
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Usefulness of the Lower Trapezius Myocutaneous Pedicle Flap for Reconstruction of Third Degree Facial Burn

Kim JH, Choi JM, Chung CM, Park MC

Free flap surgery is commonly used for extensive facial burn. However, free flap surgery requires long operation time and difficult technique. Also, it requires further procedure to prepare the recipient...
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Reconstruction of Postburn Nasal Alar Defect by Paramedian Forehead Flap

Park D, Park S, Baik B, Ji S

In the face, the nose plays an important role in both function and appearance. Among the subunits on the nose, the alar is a critical nasal structure of high aesthetic...
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Chronic Osteomyelitis of Cranial Bones in a Patient with High-Voltage Electrical Burn on the Scalp: A Case Report

Jung SW, Choi JH, Yoo KT, Lim C

High-voltage electrical burn injuries on the scalp often result in scalp and cranial bone necrosis. Repetitive debridements and rich-vascularized flap coverage of the cranium are required. However, despite successful flap...
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Iatrogenic Spark Burn Injury to the Chest From a Transcutaneous Pacing Patch

Choi JY, Cha WJ, Jung ER, Seo BF, Jung SN

Iatrogenic electrical burns that occur from the use of a defibrillator, a paddle-type cardiac shock device, have been reported in various forms. Electrical burns are usually conducted directly through the...
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Lateral Arm Free Flap Reconstruction in a Patient with Severe Burn Scar Contracture of the Bilateral First Web Space

Yoon T, Eun S

An anatomically normal first web space is essential for optimal prehensile movements of the thumb and hand. A 28-year-old woman presented with severe scarring and contractures of the first web...
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MRI-Induced Full Thickness Burn on the Ear Lobule due to Pulse Oximetry: A Case Report

Kim B, Lim S, Yoon J, Eo S, Han YS

Magnetic Resonance Image (MRI) has been used as a safe, conventional and harmless diagnostic tool. However, thermal injuries have frequently been reported during MRI scanning due to the heat generated...
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Dystrophic Extra-Articular Soft Tissue Calcification after Burn Injury: A Case Study and Literature Review

Yun IS, Lee SS, Jeon YR, Chung S, Song JH

Soft tissue calcifications after burn injuries are commonly found in the periarticular region. They can easily be found because they cause severe pain and distress to the patient. However, a...
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Excision of Calcinosis Cutis Caused by Moxibustion Burn Injury Using Intraoperative Ultrasonography Determining the Complete Resection Range

Ryu HR, Choi HJ, Kim JH, Lee DW, Ahn H

A 46-year-old female presented a mass on her right lower leg where she had a burn injury due to moxibustion 10 years ago. Physical examination revealed a 3 cm sized...
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Clinical Investigation of Burns from Caramelized Sugar Candy (Dalgona)

Joo HS, Choi JH

Purpose: Dalgona, a kind of candy made of caramelized sugar, is a popular snack for children. Given the popularity of preparing dalgona, increasingly many patients are treated for burns sustained...
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Epidemiologic Study of Frostbites and Its Current Managements in Community Hospital

Kim DC, Min BD, Kim JH, Chung CE, Lee CK, Yu SH

Purpose: Frostbite is a hazard to people exposed to cold environments. With the progression of modern industrial development and change of leisure behavior encountering cold environments, frequent accidental exposure to...
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