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Auricular Reconstruction in Microtia Patients: A Single Institution Experience

Hur YK, Jeong Y, Kim SH

Background and Objectives Microtia is a congenital deformity where the pinna and middle ear structures are underdeveloped. Auricular reconstruction in microtia is one of the most difficult surgeries in otolaryngology...
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Scalp reconstruction using the reverse temporalis muscle flap: a case report

Na Y, Shin D, Choi H, Kim J, Lee M

The scalp is the thickest skin in the body and protects the intracranial structures. The coverage of a large scalp defect is a difficult surgical procedure, the full details of...
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Current strategies for aesthetic soft tissue refinement in nasal reconstruction

Kim MJ, Lim H, Park DH

The challenges of successful nasal reconstruction, which are related to the anatomical complexity of the region, have been extensively studied. Revisional operations are often required to achieve proper nasal reconstruction,...
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Scalp Reconstruction and Cranioplasty using the Latissimus Dorsi Musculocutaneous Flap in a Patient with Recurrent Wound Dehiscence Accompanied by MRSA Infection

Yoon T, Kim SW

The latissimus dorsi flap has high vascularity and is helpful for the reconstruction of infected areas. Herein, we present a patient with recurrent infections and soft-tissue defects who underwent cranial...
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Simultaneous Reconstruction of a Subtotal Maxillectomy and Columella Deficit using Radial Forearm and Preauricular Free Flaps

Yoon T, Eun S, Cho SW, Rhee CS

Reconstruction of subtotal maxillectomy defects with columella deficit is challenging. We report a unique case of facial reconstruction using a free radial forearm flap and a free preauricular flap for...
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Cumulative Sum Analysis of the Learning Curve of Free Flap Reconstruction in Head and Neck Cancer Patients

Han SH, Kim YC, Kwon TK, Lee DY

Objectives. Owing to the functional and structural complexity of the head and neck area, the reconstruction of defects in these areas is challenging. Free flap surgery has become standard for...
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The use of the dorsal metacarpal artery for reconstruction of distal dorsal finger defects: an anatomic study and clinical experience

Lee K, Jo T, Jeong W, Kim J, Son D, Choi J

Purpose: Dorsal metacarpal artery (DMA) flaps have been used successfully for distal dorsal finger defects. Some studies have reported inconsistent DMA anatomy, and there have been no studies on the...
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Successful Reconstruction of a Lower Chest Wall Defect with Delayed Fungal Deep Sternal Wound Infection following a Blast Injury in South Korea: A Case Report

Kim BS, Kim D, Lim SA, Eo SR, Han YS, Yoon JS

Although blast injuries have been considered a problem unique to military practice or warfare, accidental civilian blast-related injuries due to misplaced landmines have been reported in South Korea. A 71-year-old...
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Reconstruction of Lateral Malleolar Defects: Adipofascial Turnover Flap Based on the Peroneal Artery Perforator

Yeo H, Lee S, Park H, Park H, Kim H, Son D

Background: Lateral malleolar defects are a commonly encountered clinical issue, with several treatment options available from local flaps to microsurgical reconstruction. However, ankle defects are difficult to manage, especially in...
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Reconstruction of temporal hollowing deformities using silicone implants made using a toy-clay model: a report of three cases

Kim MW, Kim SH, Nam SB, Lee JW, Jeong DK, Kim YH

Severe temporal hollowing deformities can occur in patients who undergo craniectomy after intracranial hemorrhage. Reconstruction surgery for cosmetic purposes using silicone implants in patients with temporal hollowing deformities after craniectomy...
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Reconstruction of large facial defects using a combination of forehead flap and other procedures

Kim RS, Yi C, Kim HS, Jeong HY, Bae YC

Background: Reconstruction of large facial defects is challenging as both functional and cosmetic results must be considered. Reconstruction with forehead flaps on the face is advantageous; nonetheless, reconstruction of large...
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Transcutaneous medial fixation sutures for free flap inset after robot-assisted nipple-sparing mastectomy

Kim BS, Kuo WL, Cheong DCF, Lindenblatt N, Huang JJ

The application of minimal invasive mastectomy has allowed surgeons to perform nipplesparing mastectomy via a shorter, inconspicuous incision under clear vision and with more precise hemostasis. However, it poses new...
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Acellular dermal matrix and bone cement sandwich technique for chest wall reconstruction

Heo CY, Kang B, Jeong JH, Kim K, Myung Y

The authors performed rigid reconstruction using the sandwich technique for full-thickness chest wall defects by using two layers of acellular dermal matrix and bone cement. We assessed six patients who...
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Comparison of Post-Operative Nutritional Status according to the Extent of Gastrectomy and the Reconstruction Method in Patients with Gastric Cancer

Kim KH, Yoon JH, Song GJ, Son MW, Kim SY, Baek MJ, Lee MS

Purpose: Malnutrition is the main complication after gastrectomy and the degree may vary depending on the extent of resection. This study sought to help determine an appropriate type of resection...
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Chondrocutaneous posterior auricular artery perforator free flap for single-stage reconstruction of the nasal tip: a case report

Lee JY, Seo JH, Jung SN, Seo BF

Full-thickness nasal tip reconstruction is a challenging process that requires provision of ample skin and soft tissue, and intricate cartilage structure that maintains its architecture in the long term. In...
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Reconstruction of a large lower lip defect using a combination of Abbe and staircase flaps: a case report

Moon BM, Pae WS

Lip defects often occur following wide excision as a surgical treatment for squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity. Defects larger than one-half of the lip cannot be closed primarily...
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One-stage reconstruction of full-thickness alar defects with a folded nasolabial island flap

Lee DW, Ryu HR, Choi HJ, Kim JH

Background: The reconstruction of large full-thickness alar defects requires complex surgical procedures that are usually performed in two stages, with concomitant disadvantages in terms of patient trauma, surgical risk, and...
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Comparison of Long-Term Oncological Outcomes in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery and Conventional BreastConserving Surgery for Breast Cancer: A Propensity Score-Matched Analysis

Oh MY, Kim Y, Kim J, Cheun JH, Jung JG, Kim HK, Lee HB, Han W

Purpose: The oncoplastic breast-conserving surgery (OPS) technique, combined with the principles of oncological safety and plastic surgery, results in complete tumor resection while preserving the natural appearance of the breast....
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Soft-tissue coverage for wound complications following total elbow arthroplasty

Macken AA, Lans J, Miyamura S, Eberlin KR, Chen NC

Background: In patients with total elbow arthroplasty (TEA), the soft-tissue around the elbow can be vulnerable to soft-tissue complications. This study aims to assess the outcomes after soft-tissue reconstruction following...
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Microsurgical Reconstruction of Lower Limb Using Thoracodorsal Artery Perforator Chimeric Free Flap after Popliteal Artery Revascularization: A Case Report

Choi BH, Chang LS, Park SO, Kim YH

Although traumatic popliteal artery injury is uncommon, it can significantly increase the risk of limb amputation because of the anatomical complexity and delayed diagnosis and treatment. Various tools are available...
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