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Immediate Nail Bed Graft on Exposed Distal Phalanx in Fingertip Injury

Park J, Roh SY

Fingertip injuries with nail bed defects have traditionally been covered with full- or split-thickness nail bed grafts. However, it was widely understood, without sufficient evidence, that graft take is difficult...
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A Case of Myelodysplastic Syndrome with Clinical Manifestations of Recurrent Cellulitis

Lim JH, Kim SM, Jee S, Park SO

An 84-year-old male patient with recurrent cellulitis in the left submandibular area visited the outpatient clinic. He underwent debridement of the wound with administration of intravenous antibiotics. The defect was...
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Treatment and Rehabilitation for Ruptured Flexor Digitorum Profundus Tendon after Steroid Injection in Trigger Finger and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Park J, Roh SY

The authors report cases of treatment and rehabilitation for flexor digitorum profundus (FDP) tendon rupture of the little finger in patients with history of steroid injection. In case 1, a...
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Recurrent Subungual Viral Warts

Han SH, Kim SH, Jo DI

Warts, cutaneous manifestations of human papillomavirus infection, are difficult to cure. Warts have a high recurrence rate and there is no known single completely effective treatment. In this case, a...
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Transposition Flap for Cutaneous Lesion Coverage in Dermatomyositis

Bae J, Jun D, Kim J, Choi H, Shin D, Lee M

Dermatomyositis (DM) is an autoimmune inflammatory myopathy with some cutaneous manifestations. We present the case of a patient with a bone-depth skin ulceration on the elbow that was well healed...
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Newly Formed Nail from the Remnant Germinal Matrix after Reconstruction of the Amputated Fingertip: A Review of Two Cases

Um JH, Kim SH, Jo DI

Meticulous debridement before reconstructive surgery for fingertip amputation, one of the most common hand injuries, is often crucial for better prognoses. Complete debridement to prevent abnormal formation of the nail...
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A Case of Odontogenic Fistula Misdiagnosed as Cutaneous Ulcer on the Alar-Facial Angle

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

Odontogenic cutaneous fistula of dental origin at the alar-facial groove is rarely reported. As many patients present with only skin lesions without dental problems, it is often confused with a...
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A Next-Generation Friction Burn Caused by a Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

Wee SJ, Park MC

Consumers today are increasingly using a new type of vacuum cleaner with a soft roller head. Among injuries from the use of household appliances, vacuum cleaner-related friction burns tend to...
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Unexpected Spreading of Severe Allergic Reaction to Mupirocin Ointment around a Chemical Burn Wound: A Rare Case Report

Seo DH, Shin JY, Roh SG, Chang SC, Lee NH

Mupirocin ointment is a topical antibiotic approved and used for the treatment of cutaneous infections. Despite some side effects, mupirocin has been reported to be safe and to cause allergic...
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Bilateral Rectangular Musculocutaneous Advancement Flap: A Viable Alternative for Reconstruction of Large-Sized Forehead Defects with Exposed Bone

Park H, Seong J, Park H, Yeo H

Reconstruction of large-sized forehead defects with exposed bone is challenging, as the forehead is an esthetically important area and the complex courses of the sensory nerves make them prone to...
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Hatchet Thigh Flap with Hemi-gluteus Flap for Recurrent Ischial Sore Reconstruction

Singh H, Jain A, Mahendru S, Khazanchi RK

Background: Ischial pressure sores are the most challenging sores to treat because of associated bursa and high rate of recurrence. Reconstruction flaps originating in the thigh have a disadvantage as...
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Utility of Groin Flap in Penile Reconstruction

Choi JA, Kwak JH, Lim KR, Yoon CM

Background: Reconstruction surgery for skin and soft tissue defects of the penis would ideally secure sufficient volume, be safe in procedure, and involve a simple surgical technique. Among the wide...
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Managing Complicated Diabetic Foot Ulcers with Peripheral Arterial Disease

Yu SH, Kim DC, Shin CH

Background: Diabetic foot ulcers are an issue of clinical interest as diabetes has become the leading cause of occlusive vasculopathy. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the clinical...
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Effect of Collagen-Enhanced Fibrin Sealant on Seroma Formation in a Rat Mastectomy Model

Kim JS, Eo PS, Lee JS, Lee JW, Choi KY, Chung HY, Cho BC, Lee J, Park HY, Yang JD

Background: Seromas are caused by leakage of lymphovascular fluid into postoperative dead space. This is the most common complication after reconstructive breast surgery. The purpose of this study is to...
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