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Clinical and Epidemiological Study of Ear Keloids: A 10-year Single-Institution Study

Kim CJ, Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS, Kim MS

  • KMID: 2512392
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2021 Jan;59(1):8-14.
Background: Keloids are benign dermal fibrous growths associated with excessive collagen deposition that usually occurs after trauma or surgery. To date, the clinical features and epidemiology of ear keloids have...
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Two Cases of Inflammatory Vitiligo with Raised Borders

Choi H, Kim YI, Na CH, Kim MS, Shin BS

  • KMID: 2506589
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 Sep;58(8):554-557.
Inflammatory vitiligo with raised borders (IVRB) is characterized by central hypopigmented patches with pruritic erythematous raised borders. It is important as it may be a clinical sign associated with the...
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A Case of Green Nail Syndrome after Nail Tubing

Choi H, Kim CJ, Na CH, Shin BS, Kim MS

  • KMID: 2505570
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 Aug;58(7):496-497.
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A Case of Generalized Seizure after Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis

Kim MS, Kim YI, Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS

Toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) is a severe mucocutaneousadverse reaction characterized by extensive necrosis and epidermaldetachment involving more than 30% of the bodysurface area (BSA). It is commonly triggered by antiepileptics,sulfonamide...
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The Study of Ear Keloids by Surgical Excision with Fillet Flap in a Single Institution

Kim CJ, Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS, Kim MS

Background and Objectives Keloids are benign dermal fibrous growth and excessive collagen deposition that occur usually after trauma or surgery. In the treatment of keloids, the recurrence rate is relatively...
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Primary Cutaneous Cryptococcosis in an Older Immunocompetent Patient: A Case Report

Choi H, Kim YI, Na CH, Kim MS, Shin BS

Cryptococcus neoformans is an encapsulated yeast that can be found in pigeon droppings, hay, and dust. Primary cutaneous cryptococcosis (PCC) without systemic involvement is recognized as a distinct clinical condition...
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A Case of Superficial Lymphatic Malformation after the Swollen Scrotum

Choi H, Kim CJ, Na CH, Kim MS, Shin BS

  • KMID: 2502832
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 May;58(4):284-285.
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Two Cases of Aquagenic Wrinkling of the Palms in Korean Healthy Women: Easily Overlooked Disease

Choi H, Bae IH, Kim MS, Na CH, Shin BS

Aquagenic wrinkling of the palms (AWP) is a rare condition, which is characterized by appearance of whitish papules and plaques and an excessive wrinkling and swelling of the palmar skin...
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Two Cases of Vesiculopapular Prurigo Pigmentosa

Choi H, Kim CJ, Na CH, Shin BS, Kim MS

  • KMID: 2508894
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 Nov;58(9):620-623.
Prurigo pigmentosa is a rare inflammatory disease of the skin characterized by the unexpected onset of diffuse erythematous papules and macules on the chest, neck, and back, that usually resolves...
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Two Cases of Trichotillomania in Children that Were Successfully Treated with N-acetylcysteine

Choi H, Kim CJ, Na CH, Shin BS, Kim MS

  • KMID: 2501398
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 Jan;58(1):47-50.
Trichotillomania (TTM) is a medical condition characterized by an intense urge to pull out of own hair, resulting in a perceptible hair loss pattern. TTM is associated with other psychiatric...
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A Retrospective Study of Skin Tumor of the Nose according to Its Anatomical Location

Bae IH, Kim MS, Na CH, Choi H, Shin BS

  • KMID: 2454371
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Jul;57(6):314-319.
BACKGROUND: The nose plays an important aesthetic, functional role and is located at the center of the face. Due to the characteristics of its anatomical location, the nose is easily...
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Two Cases of a Cutaneous Sinus Tract of Dental Abscess Origin

Kim MS, Kim CJ, Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS

  • KMID: 2470216
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Dec;57(10):621-625.
A cutaneous sinus tract or cutaneous fistula of dental origin occurs when purulent products of dental pulp necrosis spread along the path of least resistance from the root apex to...
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Clinical Observation of N-acetylcysteine in the Treatment of Child Trichotillomania

Kim CJ, Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS, Kim MS

  • KMID: 2470213
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Dec;57(10):600-607.
BACKGROUND: Trichotillomania (TTM) is a medical condition that involves recurrent and irresistible urges to pull out their own hair. TTM generally follows a chronic course in most patients and is...
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Platycarya strobilacea leaf extract protects mice brain with focal cerebral ischemia by antioxidative property

Lee JH, Jeong JH, Jeong YG, Kim DK, Lee NS, Na CS, Doh ES, Han SY

The leaf extract of Platycarya strobilacea (PSL) has long been recognized as possessing various health-promoting activities. However, information on its possible protective effects against ischemic stroke is currently lacking. Here,...
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2019 Consensus Korean Diagnostic Guidelines to Define Severity Classification and Treatment Refractoriness for Atopic Dermatitis: Objective and Subjective Assessment of Severity

Kim JE, Shin MK, Park GH, Lee UH, Lee JH, Han TY, Koh HC, Jang YH, Kim HO, Na CH, Lew BL, Ahn JY, Park CO, Seo YJ, Lee YW, Sohn SW, Park YL

BACKGROUND: Systemic immunomodulatory treatment is actively recommended in the treatment for moderate to severe atopic dermatitis (AD) patients. However, consensus criteria for the classification of AD severity or treatment refractoriness...
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Paradoxical Responses to Oxybutynin Treatment in Localized Hyperhidrosis: Case Report

Kim MS, Bae IH, Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS

  • KMID: 2465924
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Nov;57(9):558-559.
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A Case of Subcutaneous and Intranasal Phaeohyphomycosis Caused by Microsphaeropsis arundinis in an Immunocompromised Patient Misdiagnosed with Mucormycosis

Choi H, Kim CJ, Kim MS, Shin BS, Na CH

Microsphaeropsis arundinis is a dematiaceous fungus capable of causing soft tissue infections known as phaeohyphomycosis, mostly in immunocompromised individuals. These infections arise from the traumatic inoculation of fungal materials into...
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Two Cases of Lupus Miliaris Disseminatus Faciei Treated with Oral Mini-pulse Steroid Therapy

Na CH, Lee YS, Choi H, Shin BS, Kim MS

  • KMID: 2433639
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Jan;57(1):20-23.
Lupus miliaris disseminatus faciei (LMDF) is a rare granulomatous skin disease mainly affecting the central area of the face. A variety of treatments are reportedly of some benefit; however, controlled...
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A Study of Skin Disease of the External Ear in Older Adults According to Anatomical Location

Kim JK, Bae IH, Kim MS, Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS

BACKGROUND: Due to its anatomical location, the external ear is easily exposed and damaged due to trauma, weathering, and inflammation. Therefore, depending on the patient's age, different cutaneous diseases can...
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Relief of Acute Herpetic Pain by Intravenous Vitamin C: The Dosage May Make a Difference: Authors' Reply

Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS, Kim MS

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