So Young Ji

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BACKGROUND To create a more physiologic eyelid opening in patients with severe blepharoptosis, the authors used lamina propria mucosa of conjunctiva, which continues to the check ligament of the superior fornix, in addition to levator aponeurosis and Müller's muscle as a composite flap. In patients with epicanthal folds with associated telecanthus, the(More)
BACKGROUND In ptosis surgery, not addressing the epicanthal fold leaves a persistent rounded nasal scleral triangle, which blunts the effect of ptosis repair and leads to patient dissatisfaction. To achieve satisfactory results, epicanthoplasty is usually performed with ptosis correction. Furthermore, surgeons usually choose epicanthoplasty methods based on(More)
Brown syndrome is known as limited elevation of the affected eye during adduction. It is caused by a disorder of the superior oblique tendon, which makes it difficult for the eyeball to look upward, especially during adduction. It is classified into congenital true sheath Brown syndrome and acquired simulated Brown syndrome. Acquired simulated Brown(More)
295 providing reference values of forehead inclination in Koreans. References 1. Stedman TL. Stedman's medical dictionary. differences in the soft tissue profile of Korean and European-American adults with normal occlusions and well-balanced faces. which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the(More)
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