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A problem-based approach in musculoskeletal ultrasonography: central metatarsalgia

Son HM, Chai JW, Kim YH, Kim DH, Kim HJ, Seo J, Lee SM

Ultrasonography (US) is a useful diagnostic method that can be easily applied to identify the cause of metatarsalgia. The superficial location of structures in the foot, dynamic capability of US,...
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Palisaded encapsulated neuroma on the lower lip: a case report

Seol JE, Hong SM, Ahn SW, Kim JU, Jin WJ, Park SH, Kim H

Palisading encapsulated neuroma is a rare, benign, cutaneous nerve sheath tumor. It usually occurs as an asymptomatic solitary skin-colored papule and commonly affects the nose and cheeks. Sometimes, it involves...
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Intra-Osseous Nerve Transposition in Iatrogenic Injury of the Superficial Peroneal Nerve: Two Case Reports

Yang S, Kim JS

Superficial peroneal nerve (SPN) injuries happen occasionally during surgical treatment of fibular fracture, lateral ankle ligament repair, etc. These injuries are caused because of the variable location of the SPN....
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Treatment Outcome of Hydrocephalus Associated with Vestibular Schwannoma

Shin DW, Song SW, Chong S, Kim YH, Cho YH, Hong SH, Kim JH

Background and Purpose Managing hydrocephalus in patients with vestibular schwannoma (VS) is controversial. We evaluated the clinical factors associated with hydrocephalus. Methods Between 2000 and 2019, 562 patients with VS were...
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Corticosteroid Injection for Morton’s Interdigital Neuroma: A Systematic Review

Choi JY, Lee HI, Hong WH, Suh JS, Hur JW

Background: This review aimed to evaluate the effects of corticosteroid injections on Morton’s neuroma using an algorithmic approach to assess the methodological quality of reported studies using a structured critical...
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Simultaneous Treatment of Vestibular Schwannoma and Concurrent Middle Ear Disease Using the Enlarged Translabyrinthine Approach

Noh HE, Lee HY, Na G, Moon IS

Unilateral presentation of vestibular schwannoma with concurrent chronic middle ear disease or cholesteatoma is rare. We report a series of patients with ipsilateral chronic middle ear disease and vestibular schwannoma,...
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Surgical prevention of terminal neuroma and phantom limb pain: a literature review

Bogdasarian RN, Cai SB, Tran BNN, Ignatiuk A, Lee ES

The incidence of extremity amputation is estimated at about 200,000 cases annually. Over 25% of patients suffer from terminal neuroma or phantom limb pain (TNPLP), resulting in pain, inability to...
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Schwannoma on the nasal dorsum and tip with sensory changes

Yoon SH, Kim CS, Oh JW, Lee KC

Schwannomas, which originate from Schwann cells in the peripheral nervous system, are slowgrowing and uncommon benign tumors. Most schwannomas (90%) occur in isolation, and multiple occurrences are a characteristic feature...
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Neuroma of the Dorsal Rami in the Back and Its Surgical Treatment: A Case Report

Lim J, Eun S

A neuroma is a benign tumor caused by irregular or disorganized regeneration of nerve tissue after nerve injury. It sometimes causes severe symptoms and thus deteriorates the quality of life....
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Visually Indistinguishable Intractable Neuroma Management after Below Knee Amputation: A Case Report

Shin SK, Kim KC, Roh Y, Kim J

Symptomatic neuromas after amputation can be troublesome to treat and make it difficult to properly fit a brace. Surgical management is required when conservative management such as prosthetic socket modification...
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Traumatic bile duct neuroma presenting with acute cholangitis: A case report and review of literature

Lalchandani P, Korn A, Lu JG, French SW, Hou L, Chen KT

Traumatic neuroma of the biliary tree has been previously reported as isolated case reports. In literature, these typically present following prior liver transplant or cholecystectomy, wherein the bile ducts have...
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Palisaded Encapsulated Neuroma Occuring at the Previous Excision Site of Epidermal Cyst on the Scalp

Moon SH, Jin WJ, Jeong WS, Lee SK

  • KMID: 2437002
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2018 Nov;56(9):566-567.
No abstract available.
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Morbidity Rate of the Retrosigmoid versus Translabyrinthine Approach for Vestibular Schwannoma Resection

Obaid S, Nikolaidis I, Alzahrani , Moumdjian , Saliba I

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Controversy related to the choice of surgical approach for vestibular schwannoma (VS) resection remains. Whether the retrosigmoid (RS) or translabyrinthine (TL) approach should be performed is a...
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Relationship of Vertigo and Postural Instability in Patients With Vestibular Schwannoma

Nam GS, Jung CM, Kim JH, Son EJ

OBJECTIVES: Growth of vestibular schwannomas (VS) causes progressive vestibular symptoms and postural instability. Since the tumor grows slowly, compensation of decaying vestibular input may decrease subjective symptoms of dizziness. This...
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A Case of Recurrent Vertigo in Vestibular Schwannoma Treated with Chemical Labyrinthectomy

Lee SJ, Lee ES, Kim BG, Lee JD

Vestibular schwannoma (VS) can have various symptoms and almost half of the patients have balance problems. Some patients with VS can suffer from recurrent vertigo mimicking Meniere's disease. We present...
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Unusual Presentation of Traumatic Neuroma of the Medial Plantar Nerve after Deep Laceration Mimicking a Foreign Body Granuloma: A Case Report

Woo SH, Kim TW, Bae JY

Traumatic neuromas are rare benign tumors that are common after trauma or surgery and are usually accompanied by obvious symptoms of pain. Most reports show neuromas in the face, neck,...
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Morton's Neuroma

Young KW, Lee HS

Morton's neuroma, also known as interdigital neuroma, is a common cause of forefoot pain. It is a compressive neuropathy of the interdigital nerve, which is compressed by the overlying transverse...
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Influencing Factors Analysis of Facial Nerve Function after the Microsurgical Resection of Acoustic Neuroma

Hong W, Cheng H, Wang X, Feng C

OBJECTIVE: To explore and analyze the influencing factors of facial nerve function retainment after microsurgery resection of acoustic neurinoma. METHODS: Retrospective analysis of our hospital 105 acoustic neuroma cases from October,...
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Ultrasonographic features of traumatic neuromas in breast cancer patients after mastectomy

Sung HS, Kim YS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the ultrasonographic (US) features of traumatic neuromas in breast cancer patients after mastectomy. METHODS: This study was performed with approval from our...
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Traumatic Neuroma at the Inferior Mesenteric Artery Stump after Rectal Cancer Surgery: A Case Report and Literature Review

Jeon SM, Lee JY, Byeon SJ

Traumatic neuroma results from regeneration attempts of the proximal end of an injured or severed nerve, resulting in a non-neoplastic nodular lesion. The lower extremity after amputation is the most...
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