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Development of Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Guideline on the skin and related system: impairment evaluation of disfigurement in skin and appearance.

Authors
Kim, WS; Moon, KC; Park, MC; Haw, CR; Hong, IP
Citation
Journal of Korean medical science, 24(suppl.2):S314-S322, 2009
Journal Title
Journal of Korean medical science
ISSN
1011-89341598-6357
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to develop new standards for the disability evaluation with reference to existing laws and other study reports regarding disabilities for the rational evaluation of the diverse kinds of disfigurement in appearance and skin. Three plastic surgery specialists and 3 dermatology specialists developed a new standard for the disability evaluation which is appropriate for circumstances in Korea. Disability rate does not take into account the social occupation, gender or age of the patient, but instead, evaluate the Activity of Daily Living and the social adaptability of the appearance and skin disfigurement regardless of the balance between different disabilities. We tried to include most cutaneous disorders and categorized them into 3 types; congenital (Type 1), acquired (Type 2) as well as any permanent skin impairment sequelae of disease, trauma or treatment process (Type 3). For type 3 disorders, we tried to rate the score according to the size of involved skin lesion. The disability rate is determined by dividing the disability class into 8 steps based on the seriousness of each type of disability.
MeSH terms
Activities of Daily Living/classificationCicatrix/diagnosisDisability Evaluation*Face/abnormalitiesHumansKoreaProgram DevelopmentSkin Diseases/classificationSkin Diseases/diagnosis*Skin Physiological Phenomena
DOI
10.3346/jkms.2009.24.S2.S314
PMID
19503689
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
AJOU Authors
박, 명철
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