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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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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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A population-based study of breast implant illness

Magno-Padron DA, Luo J, Jessop TC, Garlick JW, Manum JS, Carter GC, Agarwal JP, Kwok AC

Background Despite evidence supporting the safety of breast implants, some women associate their implants with adverse health effects and have called this syndrome “breast implant illness.” We sought to characterize...
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Closure of meningomyelocele defects using various types of keystone-design perforator island flaps

Putri NM, Tunjung N, Sadikin PM

Background Various methods have been described to close large meningomyelocele defects, but no technique has been proven superior to others. This study presents cases of meningomyelocele defect closure with a...
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Myelomeningocele defect reconstruction with keystone flaps: vascular rationale for the design and operative technique

Kushida-Contreras BH, Gaxiola-García MA

Background Myelomeningocele is a frequently seen condition at tertiary care hospitals. Its treatment involves a variety of plastic reconstructive techniques. Herein, we present a series of myelomeningocele patients treated using...
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Indonesian plastic surgeons’ attitude during early period of the COVID-19 pandemic

Prasetyono TOH

Background: This study aims to report how the practice of plastic surgeons and their attitude was during the first measure period of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Methods: A survey study...
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Plastic surgery and specialty creep: an analysis of publication trends

Mackenzie EL, Larson JD, Poore SO

Background Many surgical specialties have had pioneering influences from plastic surgeons. However, many of these areas of practice have evolved to include surgeons from diverse training backgrounds. This raises the...
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Potential role of artificial intelligence in craniofacial surgery

Ryu JY, Chung HY, Choi KY

The field of artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly advancing, and AI models are increasingly applied in the medical field, especially in medical imaging, pathology, natural language processing, and biosignal...
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Social media impact in the Match: A survey of current trends in the United States

Steele TN, Galarza-Paez L, Aguilo-Seara G, David LR

Background Applicants to integrated plastic and reconstructive surgery (PRS) residency in the United States spend exorbitant amounts of time and money throughout the interview process. Outside of first-hand experience through...
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Analysis of the clinical and aesthetic results of facial dimple creation surgery

Chung JM, Park JH, Shim JS

Background Dimples on the cheeks can make the smile look more cheerful and attractive. Therefore, some people who do not have dimples may choose to undergo dimple creation surgery. Although...
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A multi-institutional analysis of sternoclavicular joint coverage following osteomyelitis

Othman S, Elfanagely O, Azoury SC, Kozak GM, Cunning J, Rios-Diaz AJ, Palvannan P, Greaney P, Jenkins MP, Jarrar D, Kovach SJ, Fischer JP

Background Sternoclavicular joint (SCJ) osteomyelitis is a rare pathology requiring urgent intervention. Several operative approaches have been described with conflicting reports. Here, we present a multi-institutional study utilizing multiple surgical...
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A rare case of implant displacement to the contralateral side after gluteal augmentation

Rueda JDA, Miranda-Diaz AJ, Cely AG, Leon DCN

In this report, we present a rare case of solid silicone implant displacement to the contralateral side after aesthetic gluteal augmentation, a phenomenon that has never been reported before in...
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Epidemiology of severe trauma patients treated by plastic surgeons: A 7-year study at a single regional trauma center in South Korea

Jung JS, Kang DH, Lim NK

Background After the laws regulating emergency medicine were amended in 2012, regional trauma centers were established in South Korea. Plastic surgeons specialize in the simultaneous surgical care of patients with...
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The effects of optimizing blood inflow in the pedicle on perforator flap survival: A pilot study in a rat model

Olariu R, Moser HL, Lese I, Sabau D, Georgescu , Grobbelaar AO, Constantinescu MA

Background Perforator flaps have led to a revolution in reconstructive surgery by reducing donor site morbidity. However, many surgeons have witnessed partial flap necrosis. Experimental methods to increase inflow have...
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Image-guided navigation surgery for bilateral choanal atresia with a Tessier number 3 facial cleft in an adult

Sung JY, Cho KS, Bae YC, Bae SH

The coexistence of craniofacial cleft and bilateral choanal atresia has only been reported in three cases in the literature, and only one of those cases involved a Tessier number 3...
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Publication rate of presentations at Korean plastic surgery meetings: The R&R Forum, KSAPS, and KSPRS (2011–2015)

Lee JH, Choi M, Kang CS, Kim TG, Chung KJ

BACKGROUND: Since the initial Research and Reconstruction Forum (R&R Forum) in 2011, the R&R Forum, Korean Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (KSAPS), and Korean Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons...
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Volumetric changes of the pedicled transverse rectus abdominis musculocutaneous flap and the contralateral native breast during long-term follow-up

Lee TJ, Cho JM, Jo T, Han WY, Maldonado , Eom JS, Kim EK

BACKGROUND: Serial volumetric changes of reconstructed breasts have not been studied in detail. In this study, we analyzed serial volumetric changes of reconstructed and contralateral normal breasts during long-term follow-up,...
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Perception of upper lip augmentation utilizing simulated photography

Linkov G, Wick E, Kallogjeri D, Chen CL, Branham GH

BACKGROUND: No head to head comparison is available between surgical lip lifting and upper lip filler injections to decide which technique yields the best results in patients. Despite the growing...
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Comparison of complete surgical excision and minimally invasive excision using COâ‚‚ laser for removal of epidermal cysts on the face

Kim KT, Sun H, Chung EH

BACKGROUND: Epidermal cysts are benign, slow growing cysts that often develop on the head, neck, chest, and back of adults. The most common method of surgical excision involves the use...
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Surgical approach for venous malformation in the head and neck

Ryu JY, Eo PS, Lee JS, Lee JW, Lee SJ, Lee JM, Lee SY, Huh S, Kim JY, Chung HY

BACKGROUND: Treatment for venous malformations of the head and neck includes sclerotherapy, surgical resection, or a combination of both. Surgical resection can remove or reduce the volume of vascular lesions;...
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