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Orthotic and Prosthetic Options after Diabetic Foot Amputation

Ahn J

Diabetic foot ulcer is a risk factor for amputation. Infection and ischemia in diabetic foot ulcers are common causes of foot amputation. After minimal amputation of the involved lower extremity,...
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Forearm replantation: pearls and pitfalls

Kim DH, Kwak SH, Lee SH

Forearm replantation is a challenging procedure for both patients and medical professionals. High survival rates are now being achieved owing to developments in microsurgical techniques. However, patient expectations for a...
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Necrotizing Soft-Tissue Infections: A Retrospective Review of Predictive Factors for Limb Loss

Park HG, Yang JH, Park BH, Yi HS

Background: Emergent diagnosis and treatment are important for the survival of patients with necrotizing soft-tissue infections (NSTIs). Death is the most catastrophic outcome, but limb loss is also one of...
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Comparative finite element analysis of an osseointegration system in transradial amputation: a proposal of a new design for osseointegration

Lee YS, Jeoung H, Lee SG, Kim DH, Lee CH

Purpose: Conventional osseointegration systems have been applied in patients requiring transhumeral or transfemoral amputation. However, the application of these systems to transradial amputation is limited by the small diameter of...
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Reconstruction of a severely gashed auricle using two-stage cartilage preservation surgery following auricular composite graft failure: a case report

Lee SY, Jeong Ch, Jeong Y, Sung K

After the failure of a composite graft in a patient with complete auricle amputation, we successfully reconstructed the severely gashed auricle using two-stage cartilage preservation surgery. We removed the skin...
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Effect of Severe Limb Purpura Following the Administration of COVID-19 Vaccination on a Diabetic Foot Requiring Amputation: A Case Report

Kim BH, Suh JS, Chang SH, Choi JY

The current SARS-CoV‑2 coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has been a particular challenge for diabetes patients. Since these patients are at a higher risk of COVID-19, they have been prioritized...
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Approaching trauma analgesia using prolonged and novel continuous peripheral nerve blocks - A case report -

Ly E, Velamuri S, Hickerson W, Hill DM, Desai J, Tsui B, Herr M, Jones J

Background: A supraclavicular brachial plexus nerve block provides analgesia for the shoulder, arm, and hand; however, the maximum safe duration for a continuous infusion remains controversial. A novel continuous peripheral...
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Infected Epidermoid Cyst Including Multiple Nails at the Amputated Thumb Stump: A Case Report

Kim DG, Kwack BH

Fingertip amputation is a common injury among trauma occurring in the upper extremity. After amputation of the fingertip, there are several treatment options according to the degree of damage. Also,...
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Operative Positioning Technique for an Intertrochanteric Fracture in a Patient with an Ipsilateral Above-the-Knee Amputation - Technical Note -

Park DH, Kwon YU, Kim DS

A 45-year-old man with a remote history of a left above-the-knee amputation presented to the emergency department with left hip pain after a mechanical fall. This case was an operative...
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Rehabilitation of patients after diabetic foot amputation

Choi Y

Background: Diabetic foot is a diabetes-related complication that often requires amputation due to ulcer, necrosis, infection, and wound healing problems. Amputation decreases ambulation ability and worsens the patient’s general condition....
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Psychiatric understanding and treatment of patients with amputations

Jo SH, Kang SH, Seo WS, Koo BH, Kim HG, Yun SH

Amputation changes the lives of patients and their families. Consequently, the patient must adapt to altered body function and image. During this adaptation process, psychological problems, such as depression, anxiety,...
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Cutaneous mucormycosis of the lower extremity leading amputation in two diabetic patients

Coerdt KM, Zolper EG, Starr AG, Fan KL, Attinger CE, Evans KK

Mucormycosis is an invasive, rapidly progressive, life-threatening fungal infection, with a propensity for diabetic, immunosuppressed, and trauma patients. The classic rhinocerebral variation is most common in diabetic patients. While the...
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Analysis and Interpretation of Hand Injuries Based on Data from the National Industrial Accident Compensation Insurance System

Ryu DH, Park KS, Lee YJ, Shim HS

Purpose Like other countries, Korea has a high incidence of hand injuries due to industrial accidents. In this study, the social demographic characteristics of hand injuries treated with industrial insurance in...
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Using DIRECT Wound Assessment to Predict Limb Salvage and Provide Prognosis of Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Jun D, Kwon Y, Bae J, Lee M, Kim J, Choi H, Shin D

Background: Many wound assessment systems including the Wagner classification and University of Texas (UT) grading system have been previously described. The authors of this study applied the DIRECT (Debridement of...
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Fillet Flap Coverage for Closure of Diabetic Foot Amputation

Lee JW, Ryu H, Park JY

Purpose: Minor foot amputations are performed for recurrent or infected ulcers or osteomyelitis of the diabetic feet. Patients may require a large amount of bone resection for wound closure. On...
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Relationship between the Diurnal Temperature Range and Wound Healing of Diabetic Foot: Animal Study

Won SH, Chun DI, Cho J, Park IK, Yi Y

Relationship between the Diurnal Temperature Range and Wound Healing of Diabetic Foot: Animal StudyPurpose: Diabetic foot ulcers are closely related to body surface heat, which can be affected easily by...
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Successful Microsurgical Replantation of Scalp Amputation Using Medicinal and Chemical Leech Therapy: A Case Report

Lee JH, Kim DG, Choi KY, Chung HY, Lee JS

Scalp amputation is a very rare occurrence worldwide. In particular, replantation failure may occur from venous congestion, which represents a major complication of replantation. Accordingly, this study reports on a...
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Newly Formed Nail from the Remnant Germinal Matrix after Reconstruction of the Amputated Fingertip: A Review of Two Cases

Um JH, Kim SH, Jo DI

Meticulous debridement before reconstructive surgery for fingertip amputation, one of the most common hand injuries, is often crucial for better prognoses. Complete debridement to prevent abnormal formation of the nail...
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Managing Complicated Diabetic Foot Ulcers with Peripheral Arterial Disease

Yu SH, Kim DC, Shin CH

Background: Diabetic foot ulcers are an issue of clinical interest as diabetes has become the leading cause of occlusive vasculopathy. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the clinical...
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Chronic Neuropathic Pain of Brachial Plexus Avulsion Mistaken for Amputation Stump Pain for 36 Years: A Case Report

Geon A, Son Bc

Following an amputation of the extremities, chronic neuropathic pain and discomfort, such as phantom limb pain (phantom pain), phantom sensation, and stump pain may occur. Clinical patterns of phantom pain, phantom...
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