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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 a total defect of the lower eyelid with a temporoparietal fascial flap: a case report

Kim YS, Lee NH, Roh SG, Shin JY

The reconstruction of total lower eyelid defects is challenging to plastic surgeons due to the complicated anatomical structure of the eyelid. In addition, in the setting of cancer excision, the...
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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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Analysis of Skin Cancers Treated with Mohs Micrographic Surgery in Korea: A 10-Year Experience (2010∼2020)

Shim DH, Shin BS, Na CH, Choi H, Kim MS

  • KMID: 2525571
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2022 Jan;60(1):44-52.
Background: Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS) is a surgical technique for skin cancer that has the advantage of increasing the cure rate while having a tissue-sparing property. Objective: To investigate the benefits...
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Locoregional flaps versus skin grafts in the nose: aesthetic considerations after cancer ablation

Yoon S, Kim Y, Choi Y

Background The annual incidence of skin cancer has been increasing, and surgical ablation is presently the treatment of choice for skin cancer. However, it leaves soft tissue defects that require...
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Restoring blood flow to the lateral plantar artery after elevation of an instep flap or medialis pedis flap

Velazquez-Mujica J, Amendola F, Spadoni D, Chen HC

The instep flap and medialis pedis flap are both originate based on the medial plantar artery. The medialis pedis flap is based from the deep branch and the instep flap...
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Fingertip reconstruction with a subcutaneous flap and composite graft composed of nail bed and volar pulp skin

Koh SH, Park I, Kim JS, Lee DC, Roh SY, Lee KJ, Hong MK

Background Fingertip injuries are very common; however, the reconstruction of volar pulp defects with nail bed defects is challenging in the absence of the amputated segment. We reconstructed fingertip amputations...
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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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Balloon Dilators for Fast and Safe Flap Dissection in Transoral Endoscopic Vestibular Approach Thyroidectomy Vestibular Approach (TOETVA)

Oh MY, Chai YJ, Lee JM, Dionigi G, Wu CW, Kim HY, Yu HW, Kim SJ, Choi JY, Lee KE

Purpose: Creating working space while performing thyroid surgery via a transoral endoscopic thyroidectomy vestibular approach (TOETVA) can be technically challenging. We describe our experiences using a balloon dilator for easy...
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Reconstruction of Postburn Nasal Alar Defect by Paramedian Forehead Flap

Park D, Park S, Baik B, Ji S

In the face, the nose plays an important role in both function and appearance. Among the subunits on the nose, the alar is a critical nasal structure of high aesthetic...
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Reconstruction of congenital microtia after ear canaloplasty using V-Y advancement of a temporal triangular flap

Park HY, Lee KT, Kim EJ, Oh KS

Background Reconstruction of congenital microtia remains challenging, particularly in patients with a history of ear canaloplasty due to insufficient regional soft tissue. The insertion of a tissue expander prior to...
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Secondary nipple reconstruction using two surgical techniques

Chung JH, Kim DS, Yeo HD, Jung SP, Park SH, Yoon ES

Background Although the initial projection after primary nipple reconstruction is excellent, nipple projection gradually flattens in most cases due to multiple causes. Although various methods have been reported to rebuild...
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Umbilical trocar port site keloid management using a transposition flap after laparoscopic surgery

Kwon HJ, Kim JH, Lee CR, Choi J, Moon SH, Jun YJ, Oh DY

Background Keloids can occur anywhere in the human body. They are difficult to remove and can cause distress in patients. Although many options are available to treat keloids, no single...
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Reconstruction of Lower Extremity Necrotizing Fasciitis with Tibialis Anterior Musculofascial Flap and Skin Graft: A Case Report

Kim J, Kim T, Eun S

Necrotizing fasciitis of the lower extremities results in large tissue defects, and most cases require reconstruction using skin grafts or flaps. We describe a 61-year-old man who developed necrotizing fasciitis...
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A practical approach to nasal reconstruction in Asian patients

Koh IS, Sun H

Background: The study aimed to evaluate nasal reconstruction techniques customized for Asians. The currently available nasal reconstruction guidelines are based on Caucasian patients, and their applicability is limited in Asian...
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Treatment of chronic bronchopleural fistula and recurrent empyema using a latissimus dorsi myocutaneous flap: a case report and literature review

Kang B, Myung Y

Bronchopleural fistula is a severe complication with a high mortality rate that occurs after pulmonary resection. Several treatment options have been suggested; however, it is a challenge to treat this...
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Intraoperative near-infrared spectroscopy for pedicled perforator flaps: a possible tool for the early detection of vascular issues

Marchesi A, Garieri P, Amendola F, Marcelli S, Vaienti L

Background Pedicled perforator flaps can present postoperative complications similar to those encountered in free flap surgery. Beyond a clinical evaluation, there is still no reliable technical aid for the early...
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Evaluation of pedicled flaps for type IIIB open fractures of the tibia at a tertiary care center

Vathulya M, Dhingra M, Nongdamba H, Chattopadhyay D, Kapoor A, Dhingra VK, Mago V, Kandwal P

Background Soft tissue coverage plays a vital role in replacing the vascularity of the underlying bone in Gustilo type IIIB fractures. The aim of this article was to evaluate the...
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Vertical Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous-Pedicled Island Flap for Covering Defect of the Suprapubic Area: A Case Report

Yeo HD, Chung JH, Park SH, Lee BI, Yoon ES

Immediate reconstruction of defects in the lower abdomen is challenging. We present a successful reconstruction case using a vertical rectus abdominis myocutaneous (VRAM) flap for a radiation ulcer on the...
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