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Effective Treatment Using Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for Necrotizing Fasciitis of Scalp Originating from Odontogenic Infection

Kim D, Kim J, Choi J, Oh S, Shin Y, Jeong W

Necrotizing fasciitis is an uncommon but life-threatening infectious disease. In this report, we describe the cases of two patients who presented with an extremely rare necrotizing fasciitis of the scalp,...
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Salvaging a Severely Burned Ankle Using Arthrodesis and Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap

Suh JM, Chang YJ, Chung CH, Kim GL

A 72-year-old male patient without underlying diseases presented with a flame burn injury on the fibula and talus of the ankle joint and soft tissue around the posterior lower leg....
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Management of a High-Pressure Hot-Melt Adhesive Injection Injury

Hwang SO, Lee SH

We present a case wherein hot-melt adhesive was injected into the finger using a high-pressure industrial glue gun. Unlike hot-melt adhesive contact burns, hot-melt adhesive is hard to remove when...
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Delayed Nontuberculous Mycobacterium Manifestation 1 Year after a Dog Bite on the Hand

Song JK, Shin JH, Lee JY

Nontuberculous mycobacteria infection can show various clinical manifestations as over 190 different species of nontuberculous mycobacteria have been identified. Among them, skin and soft tissue infections are commonly related with...
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Buried Superior Gluteal Artery Perforator Flap for Dead Space Coverage in the Sacral Area

Hong SH, Lee KT

Partial sacrectomy is a common treatment for sacral sarcomas, which often results in a large defect and exposed rectal wall. The defect could be covered using a gluteus maximus (GM)...
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Superficial Temporal Artery Based Pedicled Flap for the Reconstruction of Traumatic Complicated Scalp Defects

Kim JH, Min HJ, Kim YW, Cheon YW, Kim YJ, Pae WS

Reconstruction of traumatic defects on the scalp can be challenging. In cases of skull trauma, direct incisions close to bony defects can lead to skin and soft tissue necrosis. To...
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Axillary Reconstruction Using a Pedicled Thoracodorsal Artery Perforator Flap Including Latissimus Dorsi Muscle Strip

Cha JA, Yoon SH

For axillary reconstruction, most reconstructive surgeons use the latissimus dorsi flap because of its usefulness and reliability. However, the latissimus dorsi musculocutaneous flap poses complications such as donor site morbidity...
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Alternative Treatment for Infectious Arthritis in a Complicated Diabetes Mellitus Patient with Ankle Joint Instability

Lee Y, Lee M

Treatment of diabetic foot infections requires attention to both local and systemic issues, as diabetes mellitus is accompanied by a high incidence of complications that delay wound healing and restrict...
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Successful Reconstruction of Bone and Soft Tissue Defect Using Artificial Dermal Matrix after Hand Injury due to Dog Bite

Choi J, Cho JT, Choi JY, Jung SN, Seo BF

Here we report a successful treatment of animal bite wound involving the bone. We used an artificial dermal matrix to reconstruct the cortical defect and prevent adhesion of the tendinous...
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Effect of Ointment Containing Epithelial Growth Factor Compared with Antibacterial Ointment in Avulsive Laceration

Choi Y

Background: Avulsive lacerations are more likely to cause complications such as necrosis and dehiscence than vertical lacerations. In laceration wounds, topical antimicrobials can be effective because of their antibacterial properties...
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The Utility of Disposable Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (PICO) in Wound Healing of Latissimus Dorsi Musculocutaneous Flap Donor Sites

Nam JH, Park ES, Kim SH

Background: Among treatments aiming to solve surgical wound complications, negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is considered an innovative method. NPWT can promote wound healing, protect the wound from infection and...
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Clinical Outcomes of Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy with Instillation without Commercial Devices in the Treatment of Complex Wounds

Sung JY, Bae YC, Nam SB, Kim JH

Background: Negative-pressure wound therapy with instillation (NPWTi) is an adjunctive treatment modality for complex and infected wounds. However, commercial devices are expensive and not readily available in many countries. The...
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Effects on Wound Healing of Human-Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cells Similar to Endothelial Colony-Forming Cells

Kim SH, Nam JH, Lee MR, Hwang Y, Park ES

Background: Human-induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs) complement the disadvantages of conventional embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells, and have the advantages of simplicity of production and pluripotency. Some recent...
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Aiming for the Stars: Vision and Aspirations for the Journal of Wound Management and Research

Kim H

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