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Skin-sparing Mastectomy and Immediate Nipple Graft for Large, Ptotic Breast

Kim EK, Cho JM, Lee JW

Nipple-areolar skin-sparing mastectomy followed by autologous reconstruction in patients with large, ptotic breasts often offers a limited field, resulting in strenuous traction. Skin-sparing mastectomy (SSM) with immediate nipple grafting from...
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Utility of the clavicle as a new anatomical target of internal jugular vein catheterization

Yoo JH, Lee SH

OBJECTIVE: The ipsilateral nipple has been used as a directional guide for the insertion of a conventional central venous catheter via the internal jugular vein (IJV). However, the nipple is...
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Hyperkeratosis of the Nipple and Areola Associated with Malassezia: Treatment with Topical Sertaconazole

Lee DY, Chae MH, Shin JY, Lee JY, Yoon TY

  • KMID: 2470228
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Dec;57(10):651-652.
No abstract available.
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Recurrent Congenital Milium of the Nipple

Shin HB, Jeong YJ

Congenital milia of the nipple are extremely rare, and standard treatment has not yet been established because nipple preserving excision is problematic due to the location. Although most reports show...
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A simple clinical assessment of breast animation deformity following direct-to-implant breast reconstruction

Dyrberg DL, Gunnarsson GL, Bille C, Sørensen , Thomsen JB

BACKGROUND: A high incidence of breast animation deformity (BAD) has been reported following immediate breast reconstruction with subpectorally placed implants. The aim of this study was to assess and compare...
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The efficacy of modified focused assessment with sonography for trauma: a pilot study

Kim BK, Kim HI

OBJECTIVE: Focused assessment with sonography for trauma (FAST) is used routinely for evaluating patients with major trauma. After a primary survey, the existence of hemoperitoneum or hemopericardium must be searched...
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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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Mammary Paget's Disease of the Nipple: Relatively Common but Still Unknown to Many

Ooi PS, Draman N, Yusoff SS, Zain WZ, Ganasagaran D, Chua HH

Mammary Paget's disease is clinically defined as skin inflammation of the nipple area and is an adenocarcinoma of the epidermis of the nipple. The pathogenesis of mammary Paget's disease is...
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Thermoplastic nipple splint: A simple method of maintaining nipple projection

Kim JH, Baek SE, Oh DY

Maintaining projection of the reconstructed nipple is important for achieving natural and aesthetically appealing outcomes in breast reconstruction. Although various methods of avoiding mechanical force on the reconstructed nipple have...
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Adenomyoepithelioma of the Breast: Which Mimicking Malignancy on Ultrasound Elastography

Kim SY, Huh S, Park HR, Oh MH

Adenomyoepithelioma (AME) is a rare breast lesion with balanced proliferation of both epithelial and myoepithelial cells. Patients usually present with a solitary mass without pain and nipple discharge. Although the...
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Solitary Fibrous Tumor of Breast with Anaplastic Areas (Malignant Solitary Fibrous Tumor): A Case Report with Review of Literature

Jung MJ, Alrahwan D, Dubrovsky , Baek D, Ayala AG, Ro JY

Solitary fibrous tumor (SFT) is a rare, soft tissue neoplasm that rarely presents in breast tissue, with only 27 previously reported cases. To our knowledge, only one case of malignant...
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Design of a combined cartilage graft crusher, morselizer and holder for use in rhinoplasty

Röjdmark , Cheema M

A combined cartilage holder and crusher is described that allows the surgeon to hold, crush, morselize, and suture a single piece or stack of cartilage graft without letting it slip....
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The oval technique for nipple-areolar complex reconstruction

Vozza A, Larocca F, Ferraro G, Nicoletti , D’Andrea F

BACKGROUND: Nipple-areolar complex (NAC) reconstruction is the final stage of breast reconstruction. Ideal reconstruction of the NAC requires symmetry in position, size, shape, texture, pigmentation, and permanent projection, and although...
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Quantitative assessment of nipple perfusion with laser-assisted indocyanine green imaging in nipple-sparing mastectomy with breast reconstruction

Kim J, Kim IK, Jin US, Chang H

BACKGROUND: It remains unknown whether perfusion mapping using the SPY system can predict mastectomy skin flap necrosis in each type of breast surgery. We analyzed intraoperative indocyanine green (ICG) angiography...
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Image quality and artifacts in automated breast ultrasonography

Kim SH

Three-dimensional automated breast ultrasonography (ABUS) has been approved for screening Epub ahead of print studies as an adjunct to mammography. ABUS provides proper orientation and documentation, resulting in better reproducibility....
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Dimensional changes in reconstructed nipples: autologous versus prosthetic breast reconstruction

Yang CE, Park KH, Lew DH, Roh TS, Lee DW

PURPOSE: The creation of the nipple-areola complex is the final stage in breast reconstruction and highly affects patient satisfaction. The neo-nipple is well known to shrink over time, particularly in...
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Predicting Successful Conservative Surgery after Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy in Hormone Receptor-Positive, HER2-Negative Breast Cancer

Ko CS, Kim KM, Lee JW, Lee HS, Lee SB, Sohn G, Kim J, Kim HJ, Chung IY, Ko BS, Son BH, Ahn SD, Kim SB, Kim HH, Ahn SH

PURPOSE: This study aimed to determine whether clinicopathological factors are potentially associated with successful breast-conserving surgery (BCS) after neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NAC) and develop a nomogram for predicting successful BCS candidates,...
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Skin-sparing mastectomy with immediate nipple reconstruction during autologous latissimus dorsi breast reconstruction: A review of patient satisfaction

Hurley CM, McArdle A, Joyce KM, O'Broin E

BACKGROUND: Nipple-areolar complex (NAC) reconstruction following curative mastectomy is traditionally performed as a second-stage procedure several months after initial breast reconstruction. The recent literature has documented the increasing popularity of...
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Breast reconstruction statistics in Korea from the Big Data Hub of the Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service

Kim JW, Lee JH, Kim TG, Kim YH, Chung KJ

BACKGROUND: Previously, surveys have been used to investigate breast reconstruction statistics. Since 2015, breast reconstruction surgery after mastectomy has been covered by the National Health Insurance Service in Korea, and...
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Imaging Findings of Soft Fibroma of the Nipple: Two Case Reports

Im B, Park WJ, Kim SW, Kwon KW, Han EM

Soft fibromas are benign skin lesions that primarily occur in the neck, axillae, and groin locations. The occurrence of soft fibroma lesions in the nipple is extremely rare. Herein, we...
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