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Risk factors of incisional hernia after single-incision cholecystectomy and safety of barbed suture material for wound closure

Kim Y, Choi S, Jeong S, Lee S, Kang I, Jang J

Purpose: Single-incision cholecystectomy is a surgical method that offers comparable results to conventional laparoscopic cholecystectomy. However, a high risk of postoperative incisional hernia is an issue in single-incision cholecystectomy. This...
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Effect of Vertical Transposition of the Horizontal Muscles on Vertical Strabismus Associated with Exotropia

Lee H, Choi MY

Purpose: To evaluate the correction of vertical strabismus associated with exotropia by vertical transposition of the horizontal muscle to an extent equal to half the muscle width combined with muscle...
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Short-term Outcomes and Prognostic Factors of Cataract-combined Surgery with iStent versus iStent Inject

Gong Y, Hwang HB, Kang KD, Kim YC

Purpose: To analyze the therapeutic effects, prognostic factors, and complications that occurred after iStent® or iStent inject® implantation in South Korean glaucoma patients. Methods: We retrospectively analyzed 42 eyes of...
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Clinical effect and standardization of indocyanine green angiography in the laparoscopic colorectal surgery

Son GM, Ahn Hm, Lee IY, Lee SM, Park SH, Baek KR

Anastomotic complications occur after 5% to 20% of operations for rectosigmoid colon cancer. The intestinal perfusion status at the anastomotic site is an important modifiable risk factor, and surgeons should...
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Acute limb ischemia following perineal reconstruction in lithotomy position: take-home message for plastic surgeons

Sapino G, Deglise S, Raffoul W, Summa PGd

Despite the extensive use of lithotomy position in several plastic surgery procedures, most reports regarding the related incidence of complications are presented in the urologic, gynecologic, and anesthesiologic fields. We...
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Surgical management of palatal teratoma (epignathus) with the use of virtual reconstruction and 3D models: a case report and literature review

Gonzalez-Cantu CM, Moreno-Peña PJ, Salazar-Lara MG, García PPF, Montes-Tapia FF, Cervantes-Kardasch VH, Castro-Govea Y

Epignathus is a rare congenital orofacial teratoma that arises from the sphenoid region of the palate or the pharynx. It occurs in approximately 1:35,000 to 1:200,000 live births representing 2%...
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Primary thrombolysis for free flap surgery in head and neck reconstruction: a case report and review

Zhang SL, Ng HW

The use of free flaps is an essential and reliable method of reconstruction in complex head and neck defects. Flap failure remains the most feared complication, the most common cause...
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Evaluation and treatment of facial feminization surgery: part I. forehead, orbits, eyebrows, eyes, and nose

Dang BN, Hu AC, Bertrand AA, Chan CH, Jain NS, Pfaff MJ, Lee JC, Lee JC

Facial feminization surgery (FFS) incorporates aesthetic and craniofacial surgical principles and techniques to feminize masculine facial features and facilitate gender transitioning. A detailed understanding of the defining male and female...
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Current Trends in the Treatment of Ankle Arthritis: Analysis of the Korean Foot and Ankle Society (KFAS) Member Survey

Cho BK, Cho J, Gwak HC, Kim HJ, Bae SY, The Academic Committee of Korean Foot and Ankle Society, 2021

Purpose: Variations in the preferred conservative and operative treatment methods for ankle arthritis may be observed in the practice of orthopedic surgeons. This study is based on the Korean Foot...
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History and Recent Advances in Microsurgery

Yoo H, Kim BJ

Since the late 19th century, microsurgery has achieved many miracles in history of surgery. With the development of microsurgical instruments and techniques, especially the first operating microscope invented by Carl...
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Blood Loss and Related Laboratory Changes after Single-Event Multilevel Surgery and Hip Reconstructive Surgery in Patients with Cerebral Palsy

Min JJ, Kwon SS, Kim KT, Sung KH, Lee KM, Choi Y, Park MS

Background: Single-event multilevel surgery (SEMLS) and hip reconstructive surgery (HRS) often cause intraoperative bleeding, consequently increasing the probability of transfusion and postoperative laboratory changes. Therefore, it is important to assess...
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CT-Based Fagotti Scoring System for Non-Invasive Prediction of Cytoreduction Surgery Outcome in Patients with Advanced Ovarian Cancer

Kim NY, Jung DC, Lee JY, Han KH, Oh YT

Objective: To construct a CT-based Fagotti scoring system by analyzing the correlations between laparoscopic findings and CT features in patients with advanced ovarian cancer. Materials and Methods: This retrospective cohort study...
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Practical utility of the three-dimensional approach in orthognathic surgery

Hwang DS

During recent decades, the three-dimensional (3D) approach in orthognathic surgery were introduced and adopted in clinical practice, providing practical advantages to orthognathic surgeons. Even when the 3D approach is assessed...
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A systematic review of therapeutic outcomes following treatment of squamous cell carcinoma of the retromolar trigone

Kim HW, Kim MY, Kim CH

Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of the retromolar trigone (RMT) is a rare but potentially fatal disease that carries a poor prognosis due to its unique anatomic position. RMT SCCs tend...
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Perioperative and Oncological Outcomes of 1,002 Consecutive Patients With Localized Renal Cell Carcinoma Treated by Robotic Partial Nephrectomy at a Single Center

Kim T, Chung JH, Sung HH, Jeon HG, Jeong BC, Jeon SS, Lee HM, Kang M, Seo SI

Purpose: To analyze and compare the results of robotic partial nephrectomy (RPN) at a single center with the previous large-scale studies in terms of perioperative and oncological outcomes. Materials and Methods:...
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Factors related to Quality of Life of Patients with Failed Back Surgery Syndrome

Jang YS, Jung SY

Purpose: This study was done to investigate factors related to quality of life of patients with failed back surgery syndrome. Methods: One hundred and eighty four patients were recruited from a...
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A Case of Lung Cancer: Postop Minimal Residual Disease at Pleura

Jang J

For nonsmall cell lung cancer (NSCLC), surgery is indicated only for stage 3 as a curative measure. Even so, there is a high risk of recurrence following stage 3 lung...
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Adult pancreatoblastoma: A rare malignant tumor of the pancreas

Morales GES, Payan HL, Valladares RAM, Rosado ID, Chan C

Pancreatoblastoma (PB) is a rare malignant tumor in adults. It has an overall incidence of 0.004 per 100,000 inhabitants. Its diagnosis with fine-needle aspiration (FNA) is difficult due to multiple...
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Complete response of locally advanced left-sided pancreatic cancer after modified FOLFIRINOX chemotherapy followed by conversion surgery: A case report

Kim SJ, Park JY, Hwang HS, Kang CM

For years, neoadjuvant chemotherapy for locally advanced pancreatic cancer is being investigated and radical surgical resection with laparoscopic approach is getting up to speed. Pathological complete remission is known as...
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Percutaneous trans-hepatic rescue and neo-creation of a post-surgical complete hepaticojejunostomy dehiscence

Rossi UG, DeCensi A, Rollandi GA, Filauro M

Biliary leakage complicating hepaticojejunostomy is a therapeutic dilemma for surgeons, gastroenterologist, and interventional radiologist. It is a major cause of postoperative morbidity. Percutaneous biliary intervention techniques have been developed for...
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