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Development of Robotic Mastectomy Using a Single-Port Surgical Robot System

Park HS, Lee J, Lee H, Lee K, Song SY, Toesca A

Minimal invasive surgical technique has been increasingly applied to breast surgery. Since the first robot-assisted nipple-sparing mastectomy was introduced, we have been performing nipple-sparing mastectomy using multi-port robotic surgical system....
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Nipple-sparing mastectomy through periareolar incision with immediate reconstruction

Paek SH, Hong SE, Woo KJ, Woo J, Lim W

PURPOSE: Nipple-sparing mastectomy (NSM) has become increasingly popular due to improved cosmesis without compromising oncologic safety. Radial and inframammary incisions are usually used to achieve NSM, with periareolar incisions usually...
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The Goldilocks technique: An alternative method to construct a breast mound after prosthetic breast reconstruction failure

Zavala KJ, Kwon JG, Han HH, Kim EK, Eom JS

The Goldilocks technique for breast reconstruction utilizes redundant mastectomy flap tissue to construct a breast mound. This technique is suitable for women who decline, or are poor candidates for, traditional...
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Prepectoral breast reconstruction

Kim SE

Implant-based breast reconstruction is the most commonly used reconstruction technique after mastectomy. This is because skin-sparing mastectomy has become possible with advancements in oncology. In addition, the development of breast...
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Early Rehabilitation after Total Mastectomy and Immediate Reconstruction with Tissue Expander Insertion in Breast Cancer Patients: A Retrospective Case-control Study

Kim KH, Yeo SM, Cheong IY, Kim Y, Jeon BJ, Hwang JH

PURPOSE: To prevent surgical site complications, many plastic surgeons use the so-called “conventional protocol,” which immobilizes the shoulder and upper arm for 1 month after reconstruction. In an effort to...
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Finite element analysis of long-term changes of the breast after augmentation mammoplasty: Implications for implant design

Myung Y, Lee JG, Cho M, Heo CY

The development of breast implant technology continues to evolve over time, but changes in breast shape after implantation have not been fully elucidated. Thus, we performed computerized finite element analysis...
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Reconsidering the “MR Unsafe” breast tissue expander with magnetic infusion port: A case report and literature review

Dibbs R, Culo B, Tandon R, St. Hilaire H, Shellock F, Lau FH

Breast tissue expanders (TEs) with magnetic infusion ports are labeled “MR Unsafe.” Therefore, patients with these implants are typically prevented from undergoing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). We report a patient...
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Characteristics of adhesion areas between the tissue expander and capsule in implant-based breast reconstruction

Lim YM, Park KH, Lee DW, Lew DH, Roh TS, Song SY

BACKGROUND: The use of anatomic implants has improved the aesthetic results of breast surgery; however, implant malrotation is an uncommon, but serious complication of these procedures. Nevertheless, little research has...
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De-epithelialized dermal flap for nipple reconstruction: A modified star flap

Lee SH, Kim DW, You HJ, Jung JA, Hwang NH, You JP, Yoon ES

BACKGROUND: Multiple approaches for nipple reconstruction exist, and none is considered superior to all others. The star flap is one of the most popular methods for nipple reconstruction, but gradual...
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Desmoid-Type Fibromatosis Associated with Silicone Breast Implants

Park JS, Lee SE, Choi JH

Desmoid-type fibromatosis (extra-abdominal desmoid tumor) arising in the breast is a rare benign disease entity, accounting for 0.2% of all breast tumors. The etiology of mammary fibromatosis is unknown, but...
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Thermoplastic nipple splint: A simple method of maintaining nipple projection

Kim JH, Baek SE, Oh DY

Maintaining projection of the reconstructed nipple is important for achieving natural and aesthetically appealing outcomes in breast reconstruction. Although various methods of avoiding mechanical force on the reconstructed nipple have...
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Emergency room visits for severe complications after cosmetic surgery

Lee WS, Park SH, Kang SG, Tak MS, Kim CH, Lee SW

BACKGROUND: Because many cosmetic surgery clinics are not adequately equipped to handle emergent conditions, patients often come to a university hospital when problems occur during or after cosmetic surgery. However,...
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Volumetric changes of the pedicled transverse rectus abdominis musculocutaneous flap and the contralateral native breast during long-term follow-up

Lee TJ, Cho JM, Jo T, Han WY, Maldonado , Eom JS, Kim EK

BACKGROUND: Serial volumetric changes of reconstructed breasts have not been studied in detail. In this study, we analyzed serial volumetric changes of reconstructed and contralateral normal breasts during long-term follow-up,...
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A comparative study between sterile freeze-dried and sterile pre-hydrated acellular dermal matrix in tissue expander/implant breast reconstruction

Cheon JH, Yoon ES, Kim JW, Park SH, Lee BI

BACKGROUND: In implant-based breast reconstruction, acellular dermal matrix (ADM) is essential for supporting the inferolateral pole. Recent studies have compared non-sterilized freeze-dried ADM and sterilized pre-hydrated ADM, but have not...
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Simultaneous preaxillary mound correction using liposuction through a breast augmentation incision

Go JY, Han DS

The preaxillary mound (PAM) is an aesthetic unit that is often overlooked in breast surgery, although it is intimately associated with the outcomes of breast augmentation. Over 18 months, a...
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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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The periareolar excision technique for improved scars in breast burns

Joo HS, Lee SJ, Sung KY

Regardless of size or severity, post-burn breast scars can be traumatic for patients. There are various approaches to post-burn scar management, but herein we present the results of a novel...
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A Rare Case of Infectious Costochondritis Following Breast Surgery: Pseudomonal Infection Related Costochondritis

Hong SW, Lee DW, Choi HJ

Breast augmentation is among the most commonly performed cosmetic surgical procedures. Infections that arise after breast implant surgery can range from simple wound infections to periprosthetic infections. The published management...
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Choice of recipient vessels in muscle-sparing transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneous flap breast reconstruction: A comparative study

Moon KC, Lee JM, Baek SO, Jang SY, Yoon ES, Lee BI, Park SH

BACKGROUND: Thoracodorsal vessels (TDVs) and internal mammary vessels (IMVs) have both been widely employed as recipient vessels for use in free muscle-sparing transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneous (MS-TRAM) flaps. However, whether...
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Volumetric change of the latissimus dorsi muscle after immediate breast reconstruction with an extended latissimus dorsi musculocutaneous flap

Nam SB, Oh HC, Choi JY, Bae SH, Choo KS, Kim HY, Lee SH, Lee JW

BACKGROUND: In immediate breast reconstruction using an extended latissimus dorsi musculocutaneous (eLDMC) flap, the volume of the flap decreases, which causes a secondary deformity of the breast shape. Since little...
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