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Robotic harvest of a latissimus dorsi flap using a single-port surgical robotic system in breast reconstruction

Joo OY, Song SY, Lew DH, Park HS, Lee DW

Robot-assisted surgery is evolving to incorporate a higher number of minimally invasive techniques. There is a growing interest in robotic breast reconstruction that uses autologous tissue. Since a traditional latissimus...
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Total quilting suture at latissimus dorsi muscle donor site: Drain tube is no longer needed

Cha Y, Lee S, Bae Y, Jung Y, Choi J

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to assess the effect of quilting suture extent on the latissimus dorsi myocutaneous flap (LDMCF) donor site and the necessity of drainage. METHODS: Clinical...
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Mid-term Clinical and Radiological Outcomes of Latissimus Dorsi Tendon Transfer in Massive Rotator Cuff Tears

Suh D, Ji JH, Tankshali , Kim ES

BACKGROUND: This retrospective study was undertaken to evaluate mid-term clinical and radiological outcomes of lattisimus dorsi (LD) tendon transfer in patients with irreparable massive rotator cuff tears (MRCT). We hypothesize...
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Using a Pedicled Latissimus Dorsi Musculocutaneous Flap to Treat Infective Costochondritis Following Breast Reconstruction Using an Implant

Kim JH, Baek SE, Oh DY

Infectious costochondritis seldom occurs after breast reconstruction. The treatment requires wide debridement, appropriate wound cover, and antibiotic therapy. A 53-year-old female patient was referred due to an unhealed right breast...
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Use of Abnobaviscum to treat refractory seroma after breast reconstruction with a latissimus dorsi flap: A case report

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

In recent years, there has been a notable increase in the rate of refractory donor site seroma, defined as seroma that persists for at least 3 months postoperatively, as the...
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Arthroscopic-assisted Latissimus Dorsi Tendon Transfer for the Management of Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears in Middle-aged Physically Active Patients

Lim TK, Bae KH

BACKGROUND: Latissimus dorsi (LD) tendon transfer is used as a treatment option for massive irreparable posterosuperior rotator cuff tears, and recently, an arthroscopic-assisted technique was introduced. This study was undertaken...
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Variation of the Axillary Arch in Korean Cadaver

Jeong HS, Jo SW, Lee JH

Axillary arch is relatively common variation of muscle in the axilla. There were several attentions on axillary arch due to its anatomical and surgical importance. During educational dissection, a variant...
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Reconstruction of a Large Infected Midline Abdominal Wall Defect Using a Latissimus Dorsi Free Flap

Cha HG, Kim EK, Hong SK

Managing large infected midline abdominal defects are clinically challenging and technically demanding. The alloplastic materials, regional flaps, and component separation are usually infeasible because of the size, location, depth, and...
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Treatment of Chronic Chest Ulcer Using Two Sequential Perforator Flaps in Latissimus Dorsi Muscle Absence Patient: A Case Report

Kim S, Lee S, Son D

Latissimus dorsi muscle flap is a commonly used reconstructive method on chest wall reconstruction. But meeting patient with absence of latissimus dorsi muscle on intra-operatively is very rare and embarrassing...
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Two sequential free flaps for coverage of a total knee implant

Ng SW, Fong HC, Tan BK

Knee revision arthroplasty following peri-prosthetic joint infections is a formidable challenge. Patients are at a high risk of recurrent infection, and the soft tissue over the revised implant is often...
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The usefulness of pedicled perforator flap in partial breast reconstruction after breast conserving surgery in Korean women

Kim JB, Kim DK, Lee JW, Choi KY, Chung HY, Cho BC, Park HY, Lee JY, Yang JD

BACKGROUND: The emergence of breast-conserving surgery combined with radiotherapy as the treatment of choice for early stage breast cancer has resulted in greater focus on oncoplastic breast surgery. The use...
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Ghost cell odontogenic carcinoma on right mandible and its respective surgical reconstruction: a case report

Park SY, Park J, Kwon DH, Jeon JH, Kim SM, Myoung H, Lee JH

Calcifying cystic odontogenic tumor (CCOT) is defined as an odontogenic cyst-like benign neoplasm that characteristically contains several ghost cells, ameloblastoma-like epithelium, and occasional calcification. Ghost cell odontogenic carcinoma (GCOC), a...
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Herpes Zoster Lesions on Reconstructed Breast Skin: Rare Objective Proof of Reinervation

Weitgasser L, Valina SW, Schoeller , Ehebruster G

Blazed up Herpes zoster lesions have been described in very few patients after free and pedicled flap transfer for reconstructive purpose. Although sensory recovery after flap reconstructions has been studied...
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Latissimus Dorsi Tendon Transfer for the Treatment of Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears

Park JS, Choi SJ, Noh KC, Kim SY, Kim HK, Hwang JH, Bae KN

PURPOSE: Massive and irreparable rotator cuff tears present a difficult treatment problem, and if further progressed, then cuff tear arthropaty may develop. We treated seven cases of massive rotator cuff...
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Muscular axillary arch accompanying variation of the musculocutaneous nerve: axillary arch

Jung SJ, Lee H, Choi IJ, Lee JH

Continuous attention has been developed on the anatomical variations of the axilla in anatomist and surgeon due to their clinical importance. The axillary region is an anatomical space between the...
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Anterolateral Mini-open Fixation with a Patch Augmentation for Latissimus Dorsi Tendon Transfer in Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears: Technical Note

Kim DH, Kim DH, Cho CH

Latissimus dorsi tendon transfer is a well-established method for treatment of irreparable posterosuperior rotator cuff tears. We report on an anterolateral mini-open technique with a porcine dermal patch augmentation for...
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The Axillary Approach to Raising the Latissimus Dorsi Free Flap for Facial Re-Animation: A Descriptive Surgical Technique

Leckenby J, Butler D, Grobbelaar A

The latissimus dorsi flap is popular due to the versatile nature of its applications. When used as a pedicled flap it provides a robust solution when soft tissue coverage is...
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Free Flap Transplantation in Open Tibial Fracture with Vessel Injury in the Elderly

Yu CE, Yoo MJ, Lee JM

  • KMID: 2047987
  • Arch Reconstr Microsurg.
  • 2014 May;23(1):18-20.
Two aged patients who had open tibial fractures with arterial injury caused by high energy accidents underwent emergency arterial reconstruction using a greater saphenous vein and soft tissue repair using...
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Comparative Study of Free Flap Reconstruction after Total Laryngopharyngectomy for Hypopharyngeal Cancer

Choi EJ, Lee DW, Ji YB, Song CM, Kim JT, Ahn HC, Tae K

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Recently, both jejunal and fasciocutaneous free flap reconstruction are widely used after total laryngopharyngetomy for the treatment of hypopharyngeal cancer. The aim of this study is to...
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Reconstruction of Scalp and Calvarial Defects Using Latissimus Dorsi Myocutaneous Free Flap

Kim SK, Roh SG, Lee NH, Yang KM

  • KMID: 1428670
  • J Korean Soc Microsurg.
  • 2013 May;22(1):29-32.
PURPOSE: Reconstruction of scalp and calvarial defects should provide both aesthetic and functional aspects. The inelastic nature of the scalp and previous surgery or radiation preclude the use of primary...
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