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Thoracomyoplasty for Chronic Empyema and Osteoradionecrosis of the Chest Wall

Hong JI, Shin HJ, Jo WM, Shin JS, Hwang J

Herein, we report a case in which thoracomyoplasty was performed to manage chronic postlobectomy empyema (PLE). A 54-year-old male patient with a surgical history of right upper lobectomy and thymectomy...
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Development of a standardized mucositis and osteoradionecrosis animal model using external radiation

Seo MH, Lee MY, Eo MY, Lee SK, Woo KM, Kim SM

Objectives: Although the side effects of radiation therapy vary from mucositis to osteomyelitis depending on the dose of radiation therapy, to date, an experimental animal model has not yet been...
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Essential review points on the retrospective study of osteoradionecrosis in the jaws

Seo MH, Kim SM

Recently, after reviewing the online journal, Journal of the Korean Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons , we found a recently published original article by Manzano et al., entitled, “Retrospective...
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Leukocyte- and platelet-rich fibrin as an adjuvant to the surgical approach for osteoradionecrosis: a case report

Maluf G, Caldas RJ, Fregnani E, Santos PSd

We present a case of osteoradionecrosis treated with leukocyte- and platelet-rich fibrin (LPRF) and surgery and followed up with clinical and tomographic investigations. A 65-year-old woman presented with pain in...
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3D-printed titanium implant with pre-mounted dental implants for mandible reconstruction: a case report

Park JH, Odkhuu M, Cho S, Li J, Park BY, Kim JW

Background This clinical case presented a novel method of segmental mandible reconstruction using 3D-printed titanium implant with pre-mounted dental implants that was planned to rehabilitate occlusion. Case presentation A 53-year-old male who suffered...
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Osteoradionecrosis of the Anterior Thoracic Wall after Radiation Therapy for Breast Cancer

Kim YS, Yoon JH

Although osteoradionecrosis of the thoracic wall is rare, severe complications following radiation therapy for breast cancer can occur. The authors report the case of a 65-year-old woman who developed osteoradionecrosis...
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Retrospective study of osteoradionecrosis in the jaws of patients with head and neck cancer

Manzano BR, Santaella , Oliveira M, Rubira CM, Santos PS

OBJECTIVES: Osteoradionecrosis (ORN) is one of the most severe complications resulting from radiotherapy (RT) in patients with head and neck cancer (HNC). It is characterized by persistent exposed and devitalized...
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Treatment of Fungal Empyema Combined with Osteoradionecrosis by Thoracoplasty and Myocutaneous Flap Transposition

Lee JS, Park IK, Park S, Hyun KY, Kang CH, Kim YT

We report the rare case of a 58-year-old woman who was diagnosed with fungal empyema thoracis combined with osteoradionecrosis. After 32 months of home care followed by open window thoracostomy,...
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Dental Problems Associated with Radiation Therapy

Joung YJ, Hong JH, Ahn KM

Dental problems associated with radiation therapy are difficult to treat because of the irreversible nature of radiation therapy and permanent tissue damage. Common oral complications include oral mucosa ulceration, xerostomia,...
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The supraclavicular artery island flap: a salvage option for head and neck reconstruction

Lee S, Cho HM, Kim JK, Nam W

BACKGROUND: Some of head and neck cancer patients are in compromised general condition after ablation surgery and chemoradiation therapy, which makes secondary free tissue transfer quite challenging. Elderly cancer patients...
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Buccinator Myomucosal Flap for Treatment of Osteoradionecrosis of the Mandible

Woo SH

The use of a myomucosal flap from the buccinator muscle is a valuable reconstruction method for intraoral defects. In this paper, we report the clinical advantages of using a buccinator...
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Fibular flap for mandible reconstruction in osteoradionecrosis of the jaw: selection criteria of fibula flap

Kim JW, Hwang JH, Ahn KM

BACKGROUND: Osteoradionecrosis is the most dreadful complication after head and neck irradiation. Orocutaneous fistula makes patients difficult to eat food. Fibular free flap is the choice of the flap for...
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Treatment of pathologic fracture following postoperative radiation therapy: clinical study

Kim CM, Park MH, Yun SW, Kim JW

BACKGROUND: Pathologic fractures are caused by diseases that lead to weakness of the bone structure. This process sometimes occurs owing to bony change after radiation therapy. Treatment of pathologic fractures...
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Reconstruction with fibular osteocutaneous free flap in patients with mandibular osteoradionecrosis

Kim MG, Lee ST, Park JY, Choi SW

BACKGROUND: Osteoradionecrosis is a delayed complication from radiation therapy which causes chronic pain, infection and constant deformity after necrosis. Most of the osteoradionecrosis occurs spontaneously or after the primary oncologic...
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Osteoradionecrosis of Jaw in Head and Neck Cancer Patient Treated with Free Iliac Bone and Umbilical Fat Pad Graft

Choi Y, Kim SG, Moon SY, Oh JS, You JS, Jeong KI, Lee SS

  • KMID: 1704509
  • Maxillofac Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2014 Mar;36(2):62-66.
Osteoradionecrosis is one of the most serious complications of patients receiving radiation therapy. It is characterized by hypovascularity, hypocellularity, and hypoxia-inducing necrosis of bone and soft tissue following delayed healing....
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How to improve the survival rate of implants after radiotherapy for head and neck cancer?

Zheng M, Li L, Tang Y, Liang XH

Implants have been widely used in restorative treatment for patients who have undergone head and neck cancer surgery. With the development of combination treatment of head and neck cancer, radiotherapy...
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SERIAL OSTEORADIONECROSIS ON BOTH SIDES OF MANDIBLE: A CASE REPORT

Kim HL, Yoon KH, Park KS, Cheong JK, Bae JH, Kwon J, Park GC, Shin JM, Baik JS

  • KMID: 2186590
  • J Korean Assoc Maxillofac Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2010 May;32(3):265-269.
Radiation therapy for malignancy of head and neck leads to secondary effects, such as mucositis, xerostomia, dental caries and osteoradionecrosis. Osteoradionecrosis is a delayed complication which causes chronic pain, infection...
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CSF Otorrhea Resulting from Osteoradionecrosis of the Temporal Bone in a Patient with Recurrent Meningioma

Park CW, Jin BJ, Jeong SW, Min HJ, Shin JH, Lee SH

Osteoradionecrosis of the temporal bone is a very rare but potentially lethal complication of radiotherapy for head and neck or skull base tumors. Only two cases of osteoradionecrosis of the...
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Post Pelvic Radiotherapy Bony Changes

Huh SJ

There has been recent interest in radiation-induced bone injury in clinical conditions, especially for pelvic insufficiency fracture (PIF). A PIF is caused by the effect of normal or physiological stress...
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Various Flap for Treatment of Radiation Ulcer and Osteoradionecrosis

Yun IS, Lee WJ, Jeong HS, Lew DH, Tark KC

  • KMID: 2098578
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2008 Mar;35(2):174-180.
PURPOSE: While radiotherapy remains an essential part of the multidisciplinary treatment of cancers, it may cause unwanted consequences such as tissue break down and chronic non-healing wounds as a result...
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