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Small Intercondylar Notch Size Is Not Associated with Poor Surgical Outcomes of Anatomical Single-Bundle Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstructions

Moon HS, Choi CH, Jung M, Yoo JH, Kwon HJ, Hong YT, Kim SH

Background: Although many studies have been conducted on the association between the intercondylar notch size and the risk of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury, few studies have examined its relationship...
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A Comparison of Results in Older, Middle-aged, and Younger Patients after Primary Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Minimum 10-Year Follow-up

Yoon KH, Lee SM, Park JY, Lee HS, Hwang SH

Background: Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction is commonly performed to prevent decreased knee function and restore stability in middle-aged and even older patients. However, few studies have compared the long-term...
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Rectangular-Tunnel Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Using Quadriceps Tendon-Patellar Bone Autograft Can Reduce Early Donor Site Morbidity While Maintaining Comparable Short-term Clinical Outcomes

Lee DW, Ro DH, Lee MC, Han HS

Background: Rectangular tunnel and graft have been recently designed to closely resemble the native anatomy in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR). This study was performed to compare the short-term clinical...
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Long-Term Outcomes of Colon Conduits in Surgery for Primary Esophageal Cancer: A Propensity Score-Matched Comparison to Gastric Conduits

Kim JH, Yun JK, Kim CW, Kim HR, Kim YH

Background: In the treatment of esophageal cancer, a gastric conduit is typically the first choice. However, when the stomach is not a viable option, the usual alternative is a colon...
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Occlusal rehabilitation of post-traumatic malocclusion patient after reduction of panfacial fracture, using selective occlusal adjustment and implant prostheses on centric relation: a case report

Kim DK, Park SY, Lee JJ, Park YH, Kim KA, Seo JM

Invasive or non-invasive reduction of fractures could be conducted as treatments of traumatic maxillofacial bone fractures. But when suboptimal reduction or malunion of maxillofacial bone fracture occurs, malocclusion could occur as...
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Bone remodeling of the fibula segment as a form of neocondyle after free vascularized bone transfer: a report of two cases

Park HI, Chang HJ, Lee JH

The temporomandibular joint is a unique structure composed of the joint capsule, articular disc, mandibular condyles, glenoid fossa of the temporal bone, surrounding ligaments, and associated muscles. The condyle is...
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Patient-reported outcomes of therapeutic ultrasound on capsular contracture after implant-based breast reconstruction: a preliminary study

Cha HG, Kang YH, Lee SK, Park ES

Background: Capsular contracture after implant-based breast reconstruction (IBR) decreases a patient’s quality of life by causing pain, discomfort, and distortion of the breast. Surgical treatment is the mainstay of capsular...
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Staged Treatment of an Extensive Post-Burn Scar Contracture with Chronic Ulceration of the Knee Joint: A Case Report

Kim J, Seo H, Shin J, Byeon J, Rha EY

A post-burn scar contracture (PBSC) can cause functional problems including limited range of motion (ROM) and, in turn, poor quality of life. We present a case with an extensive PBSC...
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Removal of Squamous Cell Carcinoma Caused by Burn Scars and Concurrent Scar Revision Surgery: Case Report

Kim JS, Shin JB, Kim NG, Do GC, Kim MH, Kim TH, Lee KS

Even long after the initial burn injury, skin complications and inflammatory disorders resulting from burn scars remain significant challenges for patients. This is especially concerning when these complications evolve into...
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Current Trends and Future Developments in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Current Concepts Review

Lee DW, Kim JN, Kim SW, Cho SI, Kim NY, Park BS

As the number of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructions has increased significantly, surgical techniques have also made a lot of progress, and clinical outcomes are improving accordingly. However, the authors...
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Superior capsular reconstruction for irreparable rotator cuff tear: a review of current methods

Chung SW, Kim DH, Lee HJ, Hong WK, Chung SH, Yoon JP

Irreparable massive rotator cuff tears can significantly impact daily life; and these types of tears can be difficult to repair completely, especially in younger patients who are more active and...
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Uncover This Tech Term: Compressed Sensing Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Yoon S, Park SH, Han D

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Massive traumatic abdominal wall hernia in pediatric multitrauma in Australia: a case report

Douglas-Seidl S, Wu C

Traumatic abdominal wall hernia is a rare presentation, most commonly reported in the context of motor vehicle accidents and associated with blunt abdominal injuries and handlebar injuries in the pediatric...
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Use of Three-Column Reconstruction and Free Vascularized Fibular Grafts for the Repair of Large Tibial Defects after Tumor Resection

Kim MB, Kim KW, Lee SH, Lee YH

Background: This study aimed to evaluate the clinical outcomes of three-column reconstruction of the lower leg using a singlebarrel contralateral vascularized fibular graft (VFG), medial locking plate, and the ipsilateral...
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The Effect of Aging on Outcomes after Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Older (≥ 50 Years) Versus Younger (< 50 Years) Patients

Yoon KH, Lee HS, Jung C, Kim SG, Park JY

Background: This study aimed to evaluate the clinical and radiological outcomes after posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) reconstruction in ≥ 50-year-old patients. Methods: This retrospective case-control study reviewed 28 patients (age, ≥...
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Case Report: Reconstruction of the Lower Lip using the Karapandzic Flap

Kim JS, Shin JB, Kim NG, Do GC, Kim MH, Kim TH, Lee KS

Squamous cell carcinoma of the lip is a common malignant tumor originating from oral cancer. However, unlike other areas, the lips hold significant functional and aesthetic importance as a part...
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Sex Estimation Using Humerus Volume of CT Images in Korean Population: A Metric Study

Shim YT, Aum N, Lee YM, Kim S, Hyun JY, Lee Km

This study aimed to explore the use of three-dimensional reconstructed computed tomography images of the adult humerus for forensic anthropological sex estimation in the Korean population. In forensic anthropology, the...
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Impact of Deep-Learning Based Reconstruction on Single-Breath-Hold, Single-Shot Fast Spin-Echo in MR Enterography for Crohn’s Disease

Park EJ, Lee Y, Lee J

Purpose To assess the quality of four images obtained using single-breath-hold (SBH), single-shot fast spin-echo (SSFSE) and multiple-breath-hold (MBH) SSFSE with and without deep-learning based reconstruction (DLR) in patients with...
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Modified cervicofacial transposition flap: a case report of aesthetic considerations after resection of a huge facial squamous cell carcinoma

Kim YJ, Cheon JS, Choi MH, Choi WY

The cheek, a highly visible and significant aspect of an individual’s appearance, is situated adjacent to several structures involved in facial expressions, including the eye, mouth, and surrounding facial muscles....
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Subpectoral dissection using an ultrasonic energy device in prosthetic breast reconstruction

Kim YH, Song SY

Background Ultrasonic devices have potential advantages over electrocautery surgical scalpels for muscle dissection, as they eliminate the risk of muscle contraction caused by electric currents. In this study, we investigated...
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