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Auricular Reconstruction in Microtia Patients: A Single Institution Experience

Hur YK, Jeong Y, Kim SH

Background and Objectives Microtia is a congenital deformity where the pinna and middle ear structures are underdeveloped. Auricular reconstruction in microtia is one of the most difficult surgeries in otolaryngology...
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The short video lecture for robotic bilateral axillo-breast approach to lateral neck lymph node dissection

Yu HW, Choi JH, Lee JK, Kim W, Choi JY

Lateral neck lymph node dissection (LND) along with total thyroidectomy is the standard treatment for thyroid cancer patients with metastases to the lateral neck lymph nodes. In general, lateral neck...
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Which one will you choose; open, laparoscopic, or robotic transduodenal ampullectomy?: a case report

Jung D, Jung JE, Kang CM

Transduodenal ampullectomy (TDA) is the treatment of choice for large premalignant lesions of the ampulla of Vater (AoV). With the development of surgical techniques, various methods, including the open, laparoscopic,...
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Minimally invasive surgery for colorectal cancer, a look back to look forward: a personal history

Choi GS

While laparoscopic colonoscopy was reported by several surgeons in the early 1990s, laparoscopic colorectal surgery has been attempted sporadically since 1992 in Korea. Then, in 2000, the Korean Laparoscopic Colorectal...
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Consensus Document on Perioperative Antithrombotic Management: Part 1. A Review

Park Y, Her AY, Kim HK, Moon JY, Park JH, Park KH, Lee KH, Joo HJ, Won HY, Ahn SG, Park HJ, Hong SJ, Kim BJ, Ban SP, Suh JW, Song YB, Cho JR, Jeong YH, Kim W, Shin ES, on behalf of Platelet-Thrombosis Research Group, Korean Society of Interventional Cardiology

The prevalence of ischemic heart disease is steadily growing as populations age. Antithrombotic treatment is a key therapeutic modality for the prevention of secondary cerebro-cardiovascular disease. Patients with acute coronary...
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Scalp Reconstruction and Cranioplasty using the Latissimus Dorsi Musculocutaneous Flap in a Patient with Recurrent Wound Dehiscence Accompanied by MRSA Infection

Yoon T, Kim SW

The latissimus dorsi flap has high vascularity and is helpful for the reconstruction of infected areas. Herein, we present a patient with recurrent infections and soft-tissue defects who underwent cranial...
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Simultaneous Reconstruction of a Subtotal Maxillectomy and Columella Deficit using Radial Forearm and Preauricular Free Flaps

Yoon T, Eun S, Cho SW, Rhee CS

Reconstruction of subtotal maxillectomy defects with columella deficit is challenging. We report a unique case of facial reconstruction using a free radial forearm flap and a free preauricular flap for...
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Surgical outcomes in dogs with tracheal collapse treated with a novel crossand-hook braided endoluminal stent

Uemura A, Ozai Y, Hamabe L, Yoshida T, Tanaka R

Background: Stenting is an effective treatment option for tracheal collapse in dogs. Crossbraided tracheal stents are currently the norm in veterinary medicine, but cross-and-hook braided stents have recently been adopted...
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Cumulative Sum Analysis of the Learning Curve of Free Flap Reconstruction in Head and Neck Cancer Patients

Han SH, Kim YC, Kwon TK, Lee DY

Objectives. Owing to the functional and structural complexity of the head and neck area, the reconstruction of defects in these areas is challenging. Free flap surgery has become standard for...
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Surgical Outcomes of Sphenoid Wing Meningioma with Periorbital Invasion

Park GO, Park HH, Yoo J, Hong CK, Oh J

Objective : The aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical outcome of sphenoid wing meningioma with periorbital invasion (PI) after operation. Methods : Sixty one patients with sphenoid wing...
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Distal migration of a partially covered duodenal stent requiring emergency surgical extraction

Campana LG, Fish R, Dickinson OT, McNamara MG, O’Dwyer ST, Laasch HU

Duodenal stenting is an established alternative for the palliation of malignant gastric outlet obstruction (MGOO). Despite being relatively rare, stent migration remains an issue of concern. We present a case...
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Current status of bariatric surgery

Park YS

The prevalence of obesity has increased steadily both in Korea and throughout the world, and bariatric surgery is the most powerful treatment modality for morbid obesity. Robotic digital platforms provide...
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Current status of robotic surgery for colorectal cancer: A review

Jung WB

The number of robot-assisted colorectal surgeries is increasing because these robotic devices afford surgeon-controlled, high-definition, and threedimensional vision during surgery and have sophisticated, angulated arms with remarkable ergonomics and a...
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Current status of robotic gastrectomy for gastric cancer: A review of recent randomized controlled trials

Jeong SA, Lee IS

Robotic gastrectomy is a promising alternative to overcome the technical limitations of laparoscopic gastrectomy. Its indications have broadened in diverse surgical fields, demonstrating the advantages of using advanced instruments. Although...
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Development and Clinical Application of Real-Time Light-Guided Vocal Fold Injection

Huh G, Cha W

Vocal fold injection (VFI) is widely accepted as a first line treatment in treating unilateral vocal fold paralysis and other vocal fold diseases. Although VFI is advantageous for its minimal...
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First Case of Esophagectomy Using a Robotic Single-Port System for Laryngo-Esophagectomy

Park SY

A 58-year-old female patient was diagnosed with hypopharyngeal cancer with extension to the invasion of the upper esophagus. After 2 cycles of durvalumab as neoadjuvant therapy, total laryngo-esophagectomy using a...
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Spine Surgery Assisted by Augmented Reality:Where Have We Been?

Liu Y, Lee MG, Kim JS

This present systematic review examines spine surgery literature supporting augmented reality (AR) technology and summarizes its current status in spinal surgery technology. Database search strategies were retrieved from PubMed, Web...
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Patient Transfer with Kocher Forceps on the Axillary Artery: A Rare Case of Ongoing Iatrogenic Vascular Injury

Seretis C, Seretis C, Tsimpoukis A, Tsimpoukis A, Georgiakakis A, Georgiakakis A, Kitrou P, Kitrou P, Panteli E, Panteli E, Papadoulas SI, Papadoulas SI

Iatrogenic trauma of the axillary artery by non-vascular surgeons can occur during various general surgical procedures such as resection of soft tissue tumors or axillary lymph node clearance. Prompt recognition,...
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Prevention and management of intraoperative complication during single incision laparoscopic totally extraperitoneal repair

Jung S, Lee JH, Chong JU, Lee HS

Serious complications related to hernia surgeries have rarely been reported. One meta-analysis comparing laparoscopic and open mesh repair reported that 0.4% of potentially serious operative complications were reported. Previous studies...
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Learning curve for single-port robot-assisted rectal cancer surgery

Choi MS, Yun SH, Oh CK, Shin JK, Park YA, Huh JW, Cho YB, Kim HC, Lee WY

Purpose: We analyzed the learning curve of single-port robotic (SPR)-assisted rectal cancer surgery. Methods: Fifty-seven consecutive SPR-assisted rectal cancer surgery cases performed by the same surgeon were considered in surgical interventions...
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