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The laterally closed tunnel for the treatment of mandibular gingival recession in thin biotype patients: case report

Kim HJ, Kwon EY, Lee JY, Joo JY

In this case report, gingival recession of the mandibular anterior teeth was treated with a laterally closed tunnel technique. Two patients had altered the inclination of mandibular anterior tooth during...
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Comparison of Limberg Flap and Karydakis Flap Surgery for the Treatment of Patients With Pilonidal Sinus Disease: A Single-Blinded Parallel Randomized Study

Alvandipour M, Zamani MS, Ghorbani M, Charati JY, Karami MY

PURPOSE: Pilonidal sinus disease is a common condition, which mostly affects young men. While various surgical techniques have been introduced for treating intergluteal pilonidal disease (IPD), controversies still exist regarding...
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Chondrocutaneous transposition flap for congenital tragal malformation with dystopic cartilage

Jeon JI, Ha JH, Kim S

Due to the variety in the shape of dysmorphic cartilage, tragus reconstruction is one of the most challenging goals in otoplasty. The authors describe a method to reconstruct a prominent...
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Reconstruction of nasal ala and tip following skin cancer resection

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

BACKGROUND: Defects of the nasal ala and tip have a complex three-dimensional structure that makes them challenging to reconstruct. Many reconstructive options have been described for nasal ala and tip...
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An Important Role of Macrophages for Wound Margin Regeneration in a Murine Flap Model

Won HR, Seo C, Lee HY, Roh J, Kim CH, Jang JY, Shin YS

BACKGROUND: Macrophages have been known to have diverse roles either after tissue damage or during the wound healing process; however, their roles in flap wound healing are poorly understood. In...
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Radiation Induced Perineo-Coccygeal Defect Coverage with Latissimus Dorsi Musculocutaneous Free Flap

Oh J, Jeon JI, Eun S

Perineal defect reconstruction is usually encountered in oncological conditions, trauma, or infection such as Fournier's gangrene. Reconstructive surgeons face challenges due to the complex structure and diversity of the different...
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Using a Pedicled Latissimus Dorsi Musculocutaneous Flap to Treat Infective Costochondritis Following Breast Reconstruction Using an Implant

Kim JH, Baek SE, Oh DY

Infectious costochondritis seldom occurs after breast reconstruction. The treatment requires wide debridement, appropriate wound cover, and antibiotic therapy. A 53-year-old female patient was referred due to an unhealed right breast...
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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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Reconstruction of a scalp defect due to cochlear implant device extrusion using a temporoparietal fascia flap and a split-thickness skin graft from the scalp

Kang JK, Lee JS, Suh M, Lim GC, Shin MS, Yun BM

Cochlear implant extrusion, which is a common complication of cochlear implants, is generally repaired by a well visualized soft-tissue flap. A 61-year-old female patient with a medical history of schizophrenia...
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Single vertical incision thoracoabdominal flap for chest wall reconstruction following mastectomy of locally advanced breast cancer

Min K, Choi EJ, Lee YH, Eom JS, Son BH, Ahn SH, Kim EK

PURPOSE: Skin grafts have been widely used in managing extensive chest wall defects after mastectomy for advanced breast cancer. However, their durability and tolerability to radiotherapy is still controversial. A...
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The Reappraisal of the Slide-Swing Skin Flap: A Versatile Technique for Surgical Defects

Kim MS, Lee SK, Jue MS, Park HJ

BACKGROUND: The slide-swing skin flap is a combination of transposition and adjacent skin sliding and can be used to close large, round defects with a flap that is smaller than...
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A Novel Dressing Method Using a Silicone Sheet to Maintain Distant Abdominal Flaps after Reconstruction of Finger Skin Defects

Kang JK, Lee JS, Shin MS, Yun BM

The distant abdominal flap has long been used in hand reconstruction due to its stability and minimal complications at the donor site. After the distant abdominal flap is performed, the...
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Usefulness of Swim Tubes to Maintain the Postoperative Supine Position of Sacrococcygeal Sores

Min KH, Kim YM, Lee HK

BACKGROUND: Patients with impaired mobility or quadriplegia often suffer from pressure sores in the dorsal trunk region. Following flap surgery for stage 3 and 4 sacrococcygeal sores, patients are placed...
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Short-scar pectoralis major flap through a submammary fold incision

Sattler D, von Kohout M, Kraus A

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A dual padding method for ischial pressure sore reconstruction with an inferior gluteal artery perforator fasciocutaneous flap and a split inferior gluteus maximus muscle flap

Ku I, Lee GK, Yoon S, Jeong E

BACKGROUND: Various surgical management methods have been proposed for ischial sore reconstruction, yet it has the highest recurrence rate of all pressure ulcer types. A novel approach combining the advantages...
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Bilateral Free 2nd Toe Pulp Flap for Reconstruction of Soft Tissue Defect in Traumatic Finger Injuries

Oh J, Eun SC

Finger reconstruction involves paramount significance of both functional and aesthetic aspects, due to its great impact on quality of life. The options range from primary closure, skin grafts, local flaps,...
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Two Cases of Recurrent Nasopharyngeal Stricture Treated with Nasoseptal Flap

Kim D, Park W, Hong SD

The treatment of total or near-total nasopharyngeal stenosis is challenging because of frequent restenosis. Many treatment strategies including scar release with COâ‚‚ laser, mitomycin C application, balloon dilatation or nasopharyngeal...
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Sensate Medial Plantar Free Flap Transfer and Adductor Pollicis Myotomy for Treatment of Palmar Burn Scar Contracture

Ku I, Jeong E

A postburn contracture involving the palmar skin and subcutaneous tissues results in a severe loss of functionality of the affected hand. The corrective surgical procedures aim for an improvement of...
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De-epithelialized dermal flap for nipple reconstruction: A modified star flap

Lee SH, Kim DW, You HJ, Jung JA, Hwang NH, You JP, Yoon ES

BACKGROUND: Multiple approaches for nipple reconstruction exist, and none is considered superior to all others. The star flap is one of the most popular methods for nipple reconstruction, but gradual...
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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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