Hii Sun Jeong

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BACKGROUND Many techniques have been reported for the correction of inverted nipples. However, the conventional methods may be insufficient, especially for moderate to severe inversions. We propose a modification of Elsahy's method and report satisfactory results. METHODS A single-institutional retrospective review was performed for all patients who(More)
Breast implants used for augmentation mammoplasty or breast reconstruction could rupture from various causes such as trauma or spontaneous failure. The objectives of this study were to investigate the relationships between the causes of implant rupture and the degree of capsular contracture, and then to evaluate the relative efficacies of specific signs on(More)
Soft tissue filler injection has been a very common procedure worldwide since filler injection was first introduced for soft tissue augmentation. Currently, filler is used in various medical fields with satisfactory results, but the number of complications is increasing due to the increased use of filler. The complications after filler injection can occur(More)
BACKGROUND It is generally accepted that the developmental deficiency of the unilateral perinasal skeleton, cartilages, and skin originates from the secondary cleft nasal deformity. To date, numerous attempts have been made to correct these deformities, but no clinical data are available about the simpler, comprehensive, and patient-customized methods for(More)
Nevus comedonicus is a type of hamartoma that arises from a developmental anomaly of the mesodermal part of the pilosebaceous gland. In most cases of nevus comedonicus, an acne-like skin condition develops. Repeated inflammation can cause a morphological change to the cyst, papule, to abscess. We experienced a case of congenital nevus comedonicus, which led(More)
BACKGROUND Although botulinum toxin type A has been shown to inhibit the formation of hypertrophic scars, little is known about the underlying mechanisms of action. Studies have reported that botulinum toxin type A is able to inhibit fibroblast proliferation and transforming growth factor (TGF)-β1 expression; therefore, in this study, the authors evaluated(More)
UNLABELLED BACKGROUND; Successful skin grafting requires immobilization and compression of the graft site. Traditional dressing methods such as tie-over dressings, cast splints, and elastic bandages are bulky in the joint area and can cause abrasion, maceration, and even circulatory insufficiency. OBJECTIVE To test the effectiveness of a hydrocolloid(More)
PURPOSE There have been numerous attempts to use pharyngoesophageal reconstruction to restore swallowing function. Much controversy exist over reconstruction after total or partial pharyngectomy, and there is also debate over whether to continue with the reconstructive procedure with a narrow strip of remnant mucosa or complete it after total pharyngectomy.(More)
which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Fibromatosis is a rare tumor that is caused by the proliferation of well-differentiated fibroblasts. Two-thirds of all fibromatosis is abdominal. After the abdomen, the shoulder and pelvis are the parts of the human body(More)
Osteonevus of Nanta is a melanocytic nevus displaying secondary ossification and carrying a potential for malignancy. A solitary occurrence is reported herein, presenting as a flesh-colored papule following laser ablation.A 56-year-old woman sought treatment for a minor papular growth of the cheek. This lesion had developed at the site of prior CO2 laser(More)