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Avoiding complications in microsurgery and strategies for flap take-back

Fong HC, Levin LS

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Sequential reconstruction for recurrent head and neck cancer: A 10-year experience

Chung SW, Byun IH, Lee WJ

BACKGROUND: Most patients with head and neck cancer successfully undergo oncologic resection followed by free or local flap reconstruction, depending on the tumor’s size and location. Despite effective curative resection...
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A new minimally invasive guided endodontic microsurgery by cone beam computed tomography and 3-dimensional printing technology

Kim JE, Shim JS, Shin Y

Endodontic microsurgery is defined as the treatment performed on the root apices of an infected tooth, which was unresolved with conventional root canal therapy. Recently, the advanced technology in 3-dimensional...
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Voice Outcomes After Transoral Laser Microsurgery or Radiotherapy in Early Glottic Cancer: Factors to Consider

Park JJ, Won S

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Proximal ligation after the side-to-end anastomosis recovery technique for lymphaticovenous anastomosis

Suzuki Y, Sakuma H, Ihara J, Shimizu Y

BACKGROUND: Lymphaticovenous anastomosis is an important surgical treatment for lymphedema, with lymphaticovenous side-to-end anastomosis (LVSEA) and lymphaticovenous end-to-end anastomosis being the most frequently performed procedures. However, LVSEA can cause lymphatic...
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Revisiting the Cross-Leg Flap: A Degraded or Still Useful Method?

Yu HH, Choi Y

Since the development of microsurgery, the cross-leg flap has not been a preferred method of lower extremity reconstruction. However, it is being used in several centers and has shown favorable...
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Contribution of Perforator Flaps in the Flap Selection for Head and Neck Reconstruction

Kim JT

In head and neck reconstruction, microsurgeons are faced with various demands, such as thin resurfacing, or three-dimensional reconstruction, and therefore, conventional flap as well as perforator flaps are all useful...
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Antithrombotic effect of epigallocatechin gallate on the patency of arterial microvascular anastomoses

İğde M, Onur Öztürk M, Yaşar B, Hakan Bulam M, Ergani HM, Ünlü RE

BACKGROUND: Microvascular anastomosis patency is adversely affected by local and systemic factors. Impaired intimal recovery and endothelial mechanisms promoting thrombus formation at the anastomotic site are common etiological factors of...
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Microsurgical options after the failure of left colon interposition graft in esophagogastric reconstruction

Cha HG, Jeong HH, Kim EK

Colon interposition is commonly used for esophageal reconstruction in patients with a previous gastrectomy. However, when colon interposition fails and alternative reconstruction is required, there are few options for reconstructing...
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Robot-assisted surgery in gynecology

Chung YJ, Kim MR

The development of robotic technology has facilitated the application of minimally invasive techniques for complex gynecologic surgery. Robot-assisted gynecologic surgery has grown exponentially since receiving Food and Drug Administration approval...
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The use of mobile computing devices in microsurgery

Pafitanis , Hadjiandreou M, Miller R, Mason K, Theodorakopoulou E, Sadri A, Taylor K, Myers S

Mobile computing devices (MCDs), such as smartphones and tablets, are revolutionizing medical practice. These devices are almost universally available and offer a multitude of capabilities, including online features, streaming capabilities,...
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Flap selection for reconstruction of wide palatal defect after cancer surgery

Park YY, Ahn HC, Lee JH, Chang JW

BACKGROUND: The resection of head and neck cancer can result in postoperative defect. Many patients have difficulty swallowing and masticating, and some have difficulty speaking. Various types of flaps are...
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Cubital Tunnel Syndrome by a Ganglion Cyst in an Amateur Tennis Player

Bang JY

Ganglion cyst is considered to be a usual cause of peripheral nerve compression. In this report, we present a rare case of ulnar nerve compression by a multi-septated ganglion cyst...
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A Case of Surgical Treatment of Intractable Vocal Fold Scar Using Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor and Collagen Scaffold

Kang HT, Kim HJ, Park KN, Lee SW

Vocal fold scarring is an intractable phonosurgical condition. The number of patients with vocal fold scars is increasing with the aging of society and with the increasing application of laryngeal...
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The Efficacy of Percutaneous Steroid Injection via Cricothyroid Membrane for Reinke's Edema

Nam W, Kim SW, Jin SM, Lee SH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Reinke's edema is a benign vocal fold disease caused by an edematous laryngeal superficial layer of lamina propria. The first line treatment is cessation of smoking and...
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Tumor Growth and Hearing Changes in the Natural Progress of Vestibular Schwannoma

Lee SJ, Lee YJ, Kim BG, Lee CK, Lee BD, Lee JD

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Vestibular schwannoma is a benign neoplasm originating from the vestibular nerve, and the most common symptom caused by the tumor is unilateral hearing loss. This study is...
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Platelet-rich fibrin along with a modified minimally invasive surgical technique for the treatment of intrabony defects: a randomized clinical trial

Ahmad N, Tewari S, Narula SC, Sharma RK, Tanwar N

PURPOSE: The modified minimally invasive surgical technique (M-MIST) has been successfully employed to achieve periodontal regeneration. Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) is known to enhance wound healing through the release of growth...
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Replantation of the Completely Amputated Adult Penis: Two Case Reports Using Microsurgical Technique

Lee DW, Hong SW, Kim JH

Traumatic penile amputation is a rare but catastrophic event, so all possible attempts should be made for salvage. Recent use of microsurgical methods have the potential to reduce complications, but...
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Robotic Microsurgery Training for Robot Assisted Reconstructive Surgery

Hong JW, Shin D, Lee DW, Lee WJ

PURPOSE: Recent advances in robotic surgery have affected not only surgery for visceral organs but also head and neck cancer surgery and microsurgery. The authors intended to analyze and share...
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Feasibility and Safety of Outpatient Lumbar Microscopic Discectomy in a Developing Country

Jaiswal A, Kumar S, Reddy S, Jaiswal P

STUDY DESIGN: Prospective study. PURPOSE: To verify the feasibility and safety of outpatient microscopic lumbar discectomy (MLD) in a developing country. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Outpatient MLD is advantageous in terms of cost...
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