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Massive Hemopneumothorax during Breast Augmentation

Kim SY, Lee JS, Suh YC, Kim YJ, Lee JH

Although it is very rare, hemopneumothorax can occur during breast augmentation. This potentially fatal surgical complication can be experienced by any plastic surgeon who performs breast augmentation surgery. In this...
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Alteration of a radial forearm flap to adjust to the superficial radial artery: a case report

Jwa SJ, Choi JH, Park S, Suh YC

Aberrant branches of the radial artery at the level of the forearm have rarely been reported. Preoperative workups to identify aberrant branches of this type have also seldom been performed....
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A solution for revision rhinoplasty with thinned nasal tip skin: An extended dermofat graft

Jun D, Kim NR, Suh YC, Lee JH

The emphasis on tip plasty in Asian rhinoplasty has led to heightened concerns about complications regarding nasal tip skin. Although uncommon, these complications can cause tremendous frustration to surgeons when...
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Correction of a brow ridge deformity in a comminuted depressed skull fracture using a multiple-layered pericranial flap: the Persian carpet method

Jun D, Kim JK, Suh YC, Kim YJ

Frontal sinus fractures are common traumatic injuries of the head and neck, accounting for 8% of facial fractures. When a severe frontal sinus fracture and a naso-ethmoid-orbital fracture occur together,...
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Posttraumatic single-stage ear reconstruction with a contralateral temporoparietal free flap: a case report

Suh YC, Lee N, Kim YS, Roh TS, Yun IS

In addition to the inherent difficulties of ear reconstruction, including its three-dimensional, symmetrical, and bilateral nature, posttraumatic ear reconstruction is even more challenging because of the destruction of the adjacent...
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Single Tau-Shaped Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap on Bimalleolar Defect Acquired by Osteomyelitis in Lower Extremity Trauma: A Case Report

Lee SJ, Lee WJ, Suh YC

Soft tissue defects can cause serious issues in traumatic lower extremity injuries when limb salvage is the goal, especially when complicated by osteomyelitis. The distal lower extremities lack redundant soft...
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Penicillamine-induced virginal mammary hypertrophy

Jun D, Kim NR, Suh YC, Kim YJ, Cho KS, Lee JH

Virginal mammary hypertrophy (VMH), also known as juvenile mammary hypertrophy, is characterized by excessive enlargement of the breasts. Especially in adolescent patients, this condition can cause a negative body image...
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The perforator-centralizing technique for super-thin anterolateral thigh perforator flaps: Minimizing the partial necrosis rate

Suh YC, Kim NR, Jun DW, Lee JH, Kim YJ

Background Despite the wide demand for thin flaps for various types of extremity reconstruction, the thin elevation technique for anterolateral thigh (ALT) flaps is not very popular because of its...
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Extralesional cryotherapy combined with intralesional triamcinolone injections after keloid excision

Jwa SJ, Won J, Suh YC, Lee WJ

Background Keloid treatment is challenging because of the high likelihood of recurrence and a lack of definitive treatment combinations. The treatment of bulky and recurrent keloids is particularly difficult. We...
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A Classic and Effective Approach for Managing Totally Implantable Venous-Access Port Site Dehiscence in Patients with Cancer: The Limberg Flap

Liu J, Suh YC

Background: Totally implantable venous-access ports (TIVAPs) are essential for long-term intravenous treatment in cancer patients, but TIVAP site dehiscence remains a significant issue. This study aims to investigate how Limberg...
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Feasibility of a de-epithelialized orbicularis oculi musculocutaneous flap for subbrow blepharoplasty

Kim SY, Ahn MR, Suh YC, Kim YJ, Lee JH

BACKGROUND: Subbrow blepharoplasty (SBB) has advantages over traditional blepharoplasty in that it results in more natural-looking creases and contours and is more effective for lateral periorbital rejuvenation. However, in older...
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Second hand allotransplantation experience after the revised transplantation law: 5-month follow-up

Kim Y, Hong JW, Lee SJ, Kim SH, Jwa SJ, Joo OY, Mo YW, Suh YC, Choi YR, Joo DJ

Background: Hand transplantation for upper extremity amputation provides a unique treatment that restores form and function. In January 2021, the first hand allotransplantation since legalization was successfully performed. Based on...
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