Dong Lark Lee

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437 Some cases of extensive bilateral xanthelasma pal-pebrarum have been reported. In those cases, similar to our case, soft and yellow plaques involved all four eyelids. The histopathologic findings were described well, but the treatment methods were not mentioned or almost all were laser ablations [2,3]. Rohrich et al. [4] suggested current management(More)
BACKGROUND Many methods have been proposed for the correction of sunken upper eyelids. These methods include surgical treatments, such as micro-fat, dermofat, or fascia-fat grafts, or the use of alloplastic materials. Here, we present our experience of sunken upper eyelid correction involving the simple addition of anchoring the central fat pad to the(More)
Wide and deep wound defects are a challenge to surgeons, particularly when aggressive or more radical operations are unavailable. This article introduces refined techniques, indications and the clinical experience of the application of negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) as an easy ancillary wound dressing method for the reconstruction of large or(More)
which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Recently, the public has developed a growing interest in aesthetic surgery. Middle-aged individuals in Northeastern Asia have have shown particular interest in undergoing blepharoplasty to reduce bulging eyelid fat.(More)
BACKGROUND Facial laceration is the most common injury encountered in the emergency room in the plastic surgery field, and optimal treatment is important. However, few authors have investigated this injury in all age groups or performed follow-up visit after repair. In the present study, the medical records of patients with lacerations in the facial area(More)
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