Yang-Woo Kim
Plastic Surgery Yang-Woo Kim Favorite Doctor
  • SpecialtyCongenital anomaly, Breast reconstruction, Cosmetic surgery
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Schedule
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Week M T W T F S
AM   Present   Present    
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Clinical Interests

Reconstruction after mastectomy
Facial trauma
Congenital malformation of the craniofacial area
Cosmetic surgery

Education
Education
Yonsei University College of Medicine, Ph.D.
Yonsei University College of Medicine, M.D.
Career
Career
President of Gachon University Gil Medical Center
Vice President of Gachon University
President of Management, Gachon University Gil Medical Center
President of Ewha Womans University Mokdong Hospital
Head of Office of Planning & Coordination, Ewha Womans University Medical Center
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Community
Community
Reviewer of American Society of Plastic Surgery
Reviewer of Indian Journal of Plastic Surgery
Member of Committee of Medical Criteria for Evaluation of Degree of Disability, Ministry of Health and Welfare
Director of Insurance Committee, Korean Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
Director of Planning Committee, Korean Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Draft a Bill of the degree of facial disability
Part-time Reviewer of Health Insurance Review & Assessment Service
Consultant of Korea Workers' Compensation & Welfare Service
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Training
Training
Emory University, USA & Mexico National University Hospital
License
License
Plastic Surgery Specialist
Yang-Woo Kim
Paper
Paper
2013 Reconstruction of Unexpected Huge Chest Wall Defect after Recurrent Breast Caner Excision Using a TRAM Flap Combined with Partial Latissimus Dorsi Muscle Flap. APS, 2013.1
2012 Better Survival of Random Pattern Skin Flaps Through the Use of Epigallocatechin Gallate. APS 2012.11
2012 보형물을 이용한 융비술 후의 비골 변형. APS.2012.6.
2011 The Effect of Epidermal Growth Factor on Autogenous Fat Graft. APS, 2011.10
2011 흰쥐에 시행한 무세포 인체 진피 이식에서의 Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor의 효과. APS, 2011.9 등 130여편의 SCI 및 국내연구재단 등재지에 게재
2003 "Endoscopically Assisted Malarplasty : One incision and Two Dissection Planes, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, 2003."
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