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Challenges in Microsurgical Free Tissue Transfer for a 1-Year-Old Child

Singh H, Khazanchi RK, Mahendru S, Jain A

Challenges faced during complex reconstructions in the pediatric age group are rarely discussed in literature. This study is to share our experience in a 1-year-old patient. The patient had an...
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Adenocarcinoma Arising at a Urostomy: Case Report and Literature Review

Jeon S, Myung Y, Pak C

We report a case of adenocarcinoma originating in a urostomy site 35 years after bladder cancer operation and urostomy formation. While ileostomy adenocarcinoma has been reported as a rare complication...
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Treatment Strategy for an Electrical Burn Patient with Multiple Fourth-Degree Wounds

Sung KY, Lee SJ, Joo HS

Electrical burns, especially high-voltage burns, usually cause necrosis of the subcutaneous fat, fascia, muscle, and bone. The reconstruction of electrical injuries often involves multiple surgeries. We present the case of...
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Chronic Ulcer on Flank Region as First Manifestation of Crohn’s Disease

Kim HS, In SK, Kim BS, Park JH, Yi HS, Kim HI, Kim YS, Kim HY

Crohn’s disease is difficult to diagnose owing to its varied symptoms, among which fistulae are a late-stage symptom that appears mainly in the form of a perianal fistula. A patient...
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A Rare Case of Secondary Cutis Verticis Gyrata on the Forehead

Jung JS, Lim NK

Cutis verticis gyrata (CVG) is an unusual morphological condition of the scalp characterized by ridges and furrows resembling the surface of the brain. Most patients have lesions on the scalp,...
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Ulcerative Skin Metastasis Lesion in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Bae J, Jun D, Kim J, Choi H, Shin D, Park JH, Kim WS, Lee M

Venous ulcers, ischemic wounds and skin lesions from autoimmune diseases are some examples of unhealing wounds. Practitioners treating such wounds should consider the possibility of skin metastasis of neoplasms, especially...
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Treatment of Prosthetic Joint Infection and Reconstruction of a Massive Shoulder Defect after Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement

Choi JA, Kwak JH, Lim KR, Yoon CM

Prosthetic joint infection is a rare but serious complication of total shoulder replacement. After infection control, shoulder reconstruction is also required to repair the shoulder defect. The shoulder is a...
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Chest Wall Abscess with Bone Invasion in Infant after BCG Vaccination

Shin DS, Choi MH, Choi WY, Cheon JS, Son KM

The bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccine is a safe live vaccine mainly administered to infants to prevent tuberculosis; complications rarely occur after administration of the BCG vaccine. Herein, we report the...
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Nicolau Syndrome after Intramuscular Aminoglycoside Injection

Kim JH, Kim JH, Kim SA, Baek SE, Oh DY

Nicolau syndrome is a rare iatrogenic adverse reaction caused by intramuscular injection of various medications. The clinical features include pain, erythematous swelling, infection, and local ischemic necrosis, but the pathogenesis...
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Effectiveness of Flaps Controlling Inflammation for Severe Pressure Sores in Older Patients with Multiple Comorbidities

Lee HK, Jeong HS

Background: Older patients with pressure sores secondary to medical problems generally are not likely to become physically active again and are therefore rarely considered candidates for flap surgery. When surgeons...
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Incidence and Reconstruction of Chronic Radiation-Induced Chest Wall Ulceration in Postoperative Breast Cancer Patients

Park MW, Son D, Kwon SY, Kim JH

Background: Breast cancer patients who receive radiotherapy for postoperative tumor control are exposed to the possibility of adverse effects including osteoradionecrosis and ulceration. The purpose of this study is to...
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Reverse Posterior Interosseous Artery Flap: A Reliable, Comfortable and Versatile Flap for Coverage of Soft Tissue Defects of Hand

Khurram MF, Maurya SK, Yaseen M, Chowdhry M

Background: Soft tissue defects of the hands require coverage with soft, pliable full-thickness skin. The posterior interosseous artery (PIA) flap fulfils all these requirements and also has significant advantages over...
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