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Abdominal Wall Reconstruction in a Terminal-Stage Peritoneal Cancer Patient after Emergency Debulking Procedure: A Case Report

Choi J, Yang YB, Bae JH, Jun YJ

Late-stage peritoneal cancer is a grave disease with a high morbidity rate; palliative care is the mainstay of treatment. In this article, we present a case of a terminal-stage cancer...
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Skin Graft Remains a Clinically Good Treatment Strategy for Chronic Diabetic Wounds of the Foot and Ankle

Kim YC, Kim BS, Jeong H, Ahn JH

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the surgical outcome of split-thickness skin graft (STSG) for chronic diabetic wounds of the foot and ankle. Materials and Methods: The medical...
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Introduction of a handmade vacuum-assisted sponge drain for the treatment of anastomotic leakage after low anterior rectal resection

Keshvari A, Badripour A, Keramati MR, Kazemeini A, Behboudi B, Fazeli MS, Rahimpour E, Ghaffari P, Tafti SMA

Purpose: Anastomotic leakage, a known major postoperative complication, potentially leads to readmission, reoperation, and increased mortality rates in patients, such as rectal cancer patients following a low anterior resection (LAR)....
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Effective Single-Use Portable Negative Pressure Therapy Used in Acute Morel-Lavallee Lesions: A Case Report

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

Morel-Lavallee (ML) lesions are closed degloving injuries characterized by post-traumatic fluid collection and nonspecific clinical features, such as pain and soft, fluctuant appearance. Though often misdiagnosed, they can be identified...
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Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy for Septic Ankle Arthritis Following Intractable Lateral Malleolar Bursitis: A Case Report

Kim J, Jang J, Chung SH

A bursa is an obstructive sac filled with synovial fluid and usually occurs in any area of the body exposed to friction. The bursa of the ankle is not a...
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Endoscopic Vacuum-assisted Closure in a Patient with an Overtube-induced Esophageal Perforation

Kim Y, Kang S, Ahn JY

An esophageal perforation is one of the most fatal clinical events, with a mortality rate of up to 21%. This may arise postoperatively or post-endoscopically. In the past, surgical treatment,...
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Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy in a Patient with Osteomyelitis Caused by Multidrug-Resistant Bacterial Infection: A Case Report

Yoon T, Kim SW

Uncontrolled infection, especially with multidrug-resistant bacteria, may significantly inhibit wound healing. Although negative-pressure wound therapy can help prevent infection, it is contraindicated in patients with untreated infections, including osteomyelitis. Here,...
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Treatment of diabetic foot ulcers

Ahn J

Background: Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs), a risk factor for infection, remain a difficult clinical complication. Infected DFUs may be associated with lower extremity amputation. To achieve wound healing and avoid...
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The use of negative-pressure wound therapy over a cultured epithelial autograft for full-thickness wounds secondary to purpura fulminans in an infant

Goh BKL, Chua AWC, Chew KY, Kang GCW, Chiang LW, Tan BK, Ramachandran S

Purpura fulminans is a serious condition that can result in severe morbidity in the pediatric population. Although autologous skin grafts remain the gold standard for the coverage of partial- to...
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Limited Incisional Drainage and Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy in an Acute Morel-Lavallée Lesion

Choi ES, Yang JY, Ahn BH

A Morel-Lavallée lesion is a post-traumatic closed degloving soft tissue injury after blunt trauma. Infection and skin necrosis frequently occur if it is not treated properly in the early stages....
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Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy for a Replanted Finger with Complicated Wound

Roh SY, Park I, Lee KJ, Koh SH, Kim JS

Negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is widely used for open wounds in various anatomical sites. Extensive research has been carried out on the application of NPWT; exposed blood vessels in the...
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Treatment of delayed venous congestion of the nipple-areolar complex after reduction mammoplasty

Park JKh, Myung Y

Reduction mammoplasty is a popular operation worldwide. Early complications include bleeding, wound dehiscence, and nipple-areolar complex (NAC) ischemia. Although uncommon, NAC ischemia can lead to necrosis of the NAC. NAC...
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Life-Threatening Necrotizing Fasciitis of the Posterior Neck

Choi JA, Kwak JH, Yoon CM

Necrotizing fasciitis is an infection of the subcutaneous tissue that results in destruction of the fascia and is disproportionately common in patients with chronic liver disease or diabetes. Necrotizing fasciitis...
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Role of Endoscopic Vacuum Therapy as a Treatment for Anastomosis Leak after Esophageal Cancer Surgery

Lee DK, Min YW

Esophageal anastomotic leak is the most common and serious complication followingesophagectomy. However, the standard treatment for anastomotic leaks remains unclear.Recently, endoscopic vacuum therapy has become an important non-surgical alternativetreatment method...
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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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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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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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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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A single-use negative-pressure wound therapy device can reduce mastectomy skin flap necrosis in direct-to-implant breast reconstruction

Kim JH, Kim YS, Kim YW, Kim YJ, Chun YS, Park HK, Cheon YW

Background Mastectomy flap necrosis is a common and challenging complication of direct-to-implant (DTI) breast reconstruction. The PICO single-use negative-pressure wound therapy device may reduce the complications associated with skin flap...
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