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Dichloromethane-Induced Chemical Burn of the Hand: A Report of Two Cases

Han SH, Kim SM, Kim CK, Kim SH, Jo DI

Dichloromethane is widely used as a solvent in paint removers. Unlike inhalation injury, contact injury caused by dichloromethane is not well known. Two patients who had undergone skin grafting to...
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Feasibility of TRPM8 Agonist Agent for Management of Skin Graft Donor Site

Choi J, Jung ER, Cho JT, Seo BF, Choi JY, Kwon H, Jung SN

PURPOSE: Wound healing and scar management of donor site after skin graft should not be overlooked. Patients continue to complain of dryness, itching sensation. Such discomfort can cause irritation to...
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Preparation of harvested skin using the Versajet Hydrosurgery System in full-thickness skin grafts

Choi SG, Shin HW, Yoon KC

During a full-thickness skin graft procedure, the thickness of the harvested donor skin is adjusted based on the location of the recipient site and the judgment of the surgeon. Conventionally,...
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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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Outcomes of Neglected Paint Gun Hand Injuries: Neglected Patients

Shin HS, Cha SM, Shin HD

PURPOSE: We report a retrospective case series of patients who received delayed treatment for a paint gun hand injury. METHODS: From January 2001 to December 2016, 13 patients injured from the...
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Cryptotia recurrence lowering technique with additional acellular dermal matrix graft

Lee D, Kim YS, Roh TS, Yun IS

BACKGROUND: Cryptotia is a congenital anomaly in which the upper part of the retroauricular sulcus is absent and buried underneath the temporal skin. Various surgical techniques have been reported for...
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The periareolar excision technique for improved scars in breast burns

Joo HS, Lee SJ, Sung KY

Regardless of size or severity, post-burn breast scars can be traumatic for patients. There are various approaches to post-burn scar management, but herein we present the results of a novel...
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Immediate regraft of the remnant skin on the donor site in split-thickness skin grafting

Park YJ, Ryu WS, Kim JO, Kwon GH, Kim JS, Kim NG, Lee KS

BACKGROUND: Skin defects of head and neck need reconstruction using various local flaps. In some cases, surgeons should consider skin graft for large skin defect. It is important to heal...
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Pyoderma Gangrenosum Overlying Venous Insufficiency: An Inevitable Misdiagnosis

Park J, Jeong GJ, Hong JY, Park KY, Kim BJ, Kim WS

Pyoderma gangrenosum (PG) is a destructive inflammatory disease characterized by painful ulcerative lesions with neutrophilic infiltration in the dermis. Although the etiology and pathogenesis are poorly understood, uncontrolled inflammatory responses...
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The oval technique for nipple-areolar complex reconstruction

Vozza A, Larocca F, Ferraro G, Nicoletti , D’Andrea F

BACKGROUND: Nipple-areolar complex (NAC) reconstruction is the final stage of breast reconstruction. Ideal reconstruction of the NAC requires symmetry in position, size, shape, texture, pigmentation, and permanent projection, and although...
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Comparative Measurement of Biophysical Parameters in Consideration of Skin Graft Donor Site for Nasal Defects

Kim JH, Ahn CH, Kim S, Lee Y, Oh SH

BACKGROUND: In planning a skin graft, the texture, color, and size of the recipient and donor site tissues should be considered. OBJECTIVE: We determined the optimal donor sites for nasal full-thickness...
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Patterns in the amount of discharge at split-thickness skin graft donor sites

Lee JH, Kang CS, Kim TG, Chung KJ

BACKGROUND: Split-thickness skin grafts (STSGs) are commonly used in the reconstruction of skin defects induced by trauma or burns. Although STSGs are used to successfully treat various wound types, donor...
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Application of a paste-type acellular dermal matrix for coverage of chronic ulcerative wounds

Jeon M, Kim SY

BACKGROUND: Chronic wounds occur due to failure of the normal healing process, associated with a lack of deposition of cellular components and a suitable microenvironment such as the extracellular matrix...
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Early Debridement and Cultured Allogenic Keratinocyte Dressing Prevent Hypertrophic Scarring in Infants with Deep Dermal Burns

Joo HS, Lee SJ, Sung KY

BACKGROUND: Deep dermal burns are frequently treated with excision and skin grafting. Otherwise, wound healing may take up to 4 to 6 weeks, with serious scarring. Especially in pediatric patients,...
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Full Thickness Skin Expansion ex vivo in a Newly Developed Reactor and Evaluation of Auto-Grafting Efficiency of the Expanded Skin Using Yucatan Pig Model

Huh MI, Yi1 SJ, Lee KP, Kim HK, An SH, Kim DB, Ryu RH, Kim JS, Lim JO

BACKGROUND: Skin grafts are required in numerous clinical procedures, such as reconstruction after skin removal and correction of contracture or scarring after severe skin loss caused by burns, accidents, and...
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A clinical review of reconstructive techniques for patients with multiple skin cancers on the face

Kim GW, Bae YC, Bae SH, Nam SB, Lee DM

BACKGROUND: Cases of simultaneous multiple skin cancers in a single patient have become more common. Due to the multiplicity of lesions, reconstruction in such cases is more difficult than after...
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Surgical Treatment of Syndactyly of Harlequin Ichthyosis

Ahn SJ, Hong JW

Harlequin ichthyosis (HI) is a rare and most severe form of autosomal recessive congenital ichthyoses characterized by excessive hyperkeratosis. The skin anomalies affect the shape of eyes, ears, nose, mouth,...
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Secondary contouring of flaps

Kim TG, Choi MK

Perforator flaps are becoming increasingly common, and as primary thinning techniques are being developed, the need for secondary contouring of flaps is decreasing. However, many reconstructive flap procedures still incorporate...
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Acellular Dermal Matrix and Split-Thickness Skin Graft Stabilized by Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for Postburn Scar Contracture: A Case Report

Koh SH, Na WG, Lim H, Min SK

Postburn scar contracture for ankle is commonly treated with contracture release procedure and skin graft but contracture recurrence rate is high. Contracture in grafted skin is inversely related to the...
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Buried Adipofascial Flap for Multiple Finger Reconstruction in Burn Patient

Han JW, Lee HK

A 49-year-old female patient suffered a suspicious scalding burn in her right hand and forearm during a seizure, and visited the clinic 16 hours after injury without appropriate initial treatment....
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