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Robot-assisted distal ureteral reconstruction for benign pathology: Current state

Asghar AM, Lee RA, Yang KK, Metro M, Eun DD

Distal ureteral reconstruction for benign pathologies such as stricture disease or iatrogenic injury has posed a challenge for urologist as endoscopic procedures have poor long-term outcomes, requiring definitive open reconstruction....
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Comparison of Skin Graft for the Defect of the Radial Forearm Free Flap

Lee JK, Yoon SH, Kang TG, Kim JG, Kim HY, Lim HR, Jeong SH, Park KS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study compared two types of skin graft reconstruction for the defect of the radial forearm free flap. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: Ten cases of split-thickness skin graft (STSG)...
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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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Soft tissue reconstruction in wide Tessier number 3 cleft using the straight-line advanced release technique

Kim GH, Baek RM, Kim BK

Craniofacial cleft is a rare disease, and has multiple variations with a wide spectrum of severity. Among several classification systems of craniofacial clefts, the Tessier classification is the most widely...
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Clinical Outcomes of a 14-Day In-Hospital Stay Program in Patients Undergoing Head and Neck Cancer Surgery With Free Flap Reconstruction Under the National Health Insurance System

Choi JE, Kim H, Choi SY, Park J, Chung MK, Baek CH, Jeong HS

OBJECTIVES: Length of in-hospital stay (LOS) is often regarded as a surrogate marker of efficiency in medical care. A shorter stay can redistribute medical resources to more patients if patient...
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Subtotal calvarial vault reconstruction utilizing a customized polyetheretherketone (PEEK) implant with chimeric microvascular soft tissue coverage in a patient with syndrome of the trephined: A case report

Wang JS, Ter Louw R, DeFazio MV, McGrail KM, Evans KK

The syndrome of the trephined is a neurologic phenomenon that manifests as sudden decline in cognition, behavior, and sensorimotor function due to loss of intracranial domain. This scenario typically occurs...
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Indocyanine green fluorescence videoangiography for reliable variations of supraclavicular artery flaps

Suzuki Y, Shimizu Y, Kasai S, Yamazaki S, Takemaru M, Kitamura T, Kawakami S, Tamura T

BACKGROUND: Pedicled flaps are useful for reconstructive surgery. Previously, we often used vascularized supraclavicular flaps, especially for head and neck reconstruction, but then shifted to using thoracic branch of the...
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Deep sternal wound infections: Evidence for prevention, treatment, and reconstructive surgery

Schiraldi , Jabbour G, Centofanti P, Giordano S, Abdelnour , Gonzalez M, Raffoul W, di Summa P

Median sternotomy is the most popular approach in cardiac surgery. Post-sternotomy wound complications are rare, but the occurrence of a deep sternal wound infection (DSWI) is a catastrophic event associated...
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Lateral arthroplasty along with buccal fat pad inter-positioning in the management of Sawhney type III temporomandibular joint ankylosis

Malhotra V, Singh V, Rao JD, Yadav S, Gupta P, Shyam R, Kirti S

OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to highlight the role of lateral arthroplasty along with interposition of the buccal fat pad (BFP) in the management of Sawhney type III...
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Free Latismus Dorsi Muscle Flap with a Flow-Through Technique for Lower Limb Salvage

Ayad WM, Mohammed A, Ismail HM, Ouf MO, Elbatawy A

PURPOSE: The lower limb injuries still one of the devastating problems in surgical practice. Complex defects may affect one major vessel that supplies the distal portion of the leg and...
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Gracilis pull-through flap for the repair of a recalcitrant recto-vaginal fistula

James Mok , Goh MH, Tang CL, Tan BK

Recto-vaginal fistulas are difficult to treat due to their high recurrence rate. Currently, no single surgical intervention is universally regarded as the best treatment option for rectovaginal fistulas. We present...
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Achilles tendon reconstruction with a half-width Achilles graft and wrap-around fascial flap

Prasetyono TOH, Sisca F

A 70-year-old man complained imbalance while walking, inability to perform ankle flexion, and could not stand on tip-toe 3 months after injury. The ankle looked swollen with loss of Achilles...
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The flip-flap puzzle flap: Another recycling option

Gandolfi S, Carloni R, Gilleron M, Bonmarchand A, Auquit-Auckbur I

Post-traumatic soft tissue defects sometimes require sequential flap coverage to achieve complete healing. In the era of propeller flaps, which were developed to reduce donor site morbidity, Feng et al....
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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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Exclusive tongue tip reconstruction of hemiglossectomy defects using the underrated lateral arm free flap with bilobed design

Oh J, Lee TH, Lee JH, Tae K, Park SO, Ahn HC

BACKGROUND: Tongue reconstruction is challenging with the unique function and anatomy. Goals for reconstruction differ depending on the extent of reconstruction. Thin and pliable flaps are useful for tongue tip...
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Penile skin preservation technique for reconstruction surgery of penile paraffinoma

Kim JS, Shin YS, Park JK

PURPOSE: Penile resurfacing with various scrotal flaps is a simple, effective, and reliable reconstructive armamentarium to treat penile paraffinoma. However, scrotal flaps often result in heavy hair-bearing penile skin causing...
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A modified single jejunal loop reconstruction by performing proximal gastrojejunostomy after Whipple's pancreticoduodenectomy in a low-volume hospital

Yücesoy A

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: It is needed to ensure bowel and biliary tract continuity after pancreaticoduodenectomies. It is possible to find a variety of reconstruction methods in literature. METHODS: We realized a modified reconstruction...
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Ocular Surface Reconstruction Using Circumferentially-trephined Autologous Oral Mucosal Graft Transplantation in Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency

Choe HR, Yoon CH, Kim MK

PURPOSE: To investigate the effects of transplantation of a circumferentially-trephined autologous oral mucosal graft using a vacuum trephine on ocular surface reconstruction in patients with limbal stem cell deficiency. METHODS: Patients...
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Treatment of Third Degree Burn due to Low-Temperature Contact Burn on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Patient: Low-Temperature Burn on AIDS Patient

Hong SW, Choi HJ, Kim JH, Lee DW

Incidence of low-temperature contact burn by use of an electric pad is increased recently, especially in depressed sensory. Acquired immune deficiency syndrome patient using antiretroviral agent suffered with sensory depression...
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Long-term outcomes of nail bed reconstruction

Koh SH, You Y, Kim YW, Kim JS, Lee DC, Roh SY, Lee KJ, Hong MK

BACKGROUND: There are various reconstructive options for nail bed defects. However, it is challenging not to leave a deformity. In this study, we investigated differences in outcomes depending on the...
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