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Bone Stress Injuries in Runners: a Review for Raising Interest in Stress Fractures in Korea

Song SH, Koo JH

A bone stress injury (BSI) means that the bones cannot tolerate repeated mechanical loads, resulting in structural fatigue and local bone pain. A delay in BSI diagnosis can lead to...
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Bilateral Stress Fracture of Femur Neck, Fatigue Type of Non-Athlete Young Adult

Yun YJ, Na YJ, Jung JW, Lee KH

Bilateral femoral neck stress fractures have been rarely reported. When diagnosed, they are usually limited to athletes or military personnel. A 35-year-old man, previously healthy, visited the emergency department for...
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Ulnar Insufficiency Fractures in Patients on Prolonged Bisphosphonate Therapy: A Case Report

Kong KM, Kwon YU, Min YK, Kim DY

Atypical fractures associated with prolonged bisphosphonate (BP) therapy rarely occur outside the femur, and the diagnostic criteria, appropriate treatment principles, and fixation methods for atypical ulnar fractures have not been...
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Stress Fracture of the Proximal Clavicle after Parallel Bars Exercise in a Young Male

Kwon J, Lee YH, Cho JH

Although acute traumatic fractures of the clavicle are relatively common, stress fractures of the proximal clavicle are extremely rare. Stress fractures of the clavicle have often been reported after a...
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Stress Fracture of Olecranon after Plate Fixation for Osteoporotic Monteggia Fracture with Absence of Radial Head: A Case Report

Jung HS, Park JK, Shon HC, Kang SW, Cha JK, Go BS

When treating a Monteggia fracture, it would be ideal to achieve reduction of dislocation while preserving the radial head. But if preservation of radial head is impossible, radial head replacement...
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Stress Fracture of the Capitate

Cho HJ, Hong KT, Kang CH, Ahn KS, Kim Y, Hwang ST

Most capitate fractures occur in association with additional carpal injuries, particularly scaphoid fractures. Isolated fractures of the capitate account for only 0.3% of carpal injuries, and stress fractures are one...
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Sacral Stress Fracture Developing after Lumbosacral Fusion in a Patient with Spondylolisthesis: A Case Report

Shin YE, Jung JU, Yoon SH

STUDY DESIGN: Case report OBJECTIVES: To report a case of sacral stress fracture that developed after lumbosacral fusion. SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW: Sacral stress fractures rarely develop after lumbosacral fusion, and osteoporosis,...
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Sacral Insufficiency Fractures: How to Classify?

Bakker G, Hattingen , Stuetzer H, Isenberg J

OBJECTIVE: The diagnosis of insufficiency fractures of the sacrum in an elder population increases annually. Fractures show very different morphology. We aimed to classify sacral insufficiency fractures according to the...
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Serial Radiographs Showing Progression of a Patellar Stress Fracture and Beneficial Surgical Technique for a Displaced Patellar Stress Fracture

Kizaki K, Yamashita , Funakoshi

Stress fractures of the patella occurring in athletes are quite rare and only 23 cases have been introduced in English literatures. Stress fractures of the patella are classified into two...
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Acetabular Insufficiency Fracture Following Prolonged Alendronate Use and the Failure of Total Hip Arthroplasty in “Frozen” Bone: Two Cases Report

Kwak SJ, Cho YJ, Jung GY, Lee JH, Chun YS, Rhyu KH

Atypical insufficiency fracture of the femur following prolonged bisphosphonate use is well described. Regardless of the cause, insufficiency fracture of the acetabulum is extremely rare, and no reports have described...
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Subchondral Insufficiency Fracture in the Lateral Compartment of the Knee in a 64-Year-Old Marathon Runner

An VV, van den Broek M, Oussedik S

A 64-year-old marathon runner presented to our clinic with a history of worsening pain in her left knee. Following magnetic resonance imaging, the diagnosis of subchondral insufficiency fracture of the...
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Clinical Features and Outcomes of Pelvic Insufficiency Fractures

Seo YM, Kim YC, Kim JW

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the radiological and epidemiological characteristics, as well as the clinical course of pelvic insufficiency fractures in the elderly population. MATERIALS AND METHODS:...
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Bilateral First Rib Stress Fractures with Pseudoarthrosis in a Young Weightlifter: A Rare Cause of Shoulder Pain

Kim JB, Hong S

Isolated stress fracture of the first rib is quite rare cause of uncertain shoulder pain in athletes. These fractures are stress induced and precipitated by repeated traction of muscles acting...
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Oncogenic Osteomalacia with Multiple Insufficiency Fractures: A Case Report

Park YC, Seo JO, Yang KH

Oncogenic osteomalacia is a rare paraneoplastic syndrome, characterized by hypophosphatemia, renal phosphate wasting, osteomalacia, and multiple insufficiency fractures, as a result of the tumor. A wide excision of the causative...
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Atypical Fracture-Like Insufficiency Fracture of the Tibia with Prolonged Bisphosphonate Drug: A Case Report

Park MJ, Lee SJ, Kam JH, Lee YT, Yoo JH, Oh HC, Ha JW, Park Y, Park SH, Kim SH, Yoon HK

Atypical femoral fracture related to a long-term bisphosphonate therapy has commonly been reported; however, a fracture at the site other than the femur has rarely been reported to date. Herein,...
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Pelvic Insufficiency Fracture in Severe Osteoporosis Patient

Na WC, Lee SH, Jung S, Jang HW, Jo S

PURPOSE: To evaluate clinical features and the effect of parathyroid hormone (PTH) on treatment outcomes of patients with pelvic insufficiency fractures. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Fifteen patients diagnosed with pelvic insufficiency fractures...
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Bilateral Femoral Neck Stress Fracture Presented with Unilateral Symptoms in a Shipman Laborer: A Case Report

Santoso A, Joo SD, Lee DH, Seol YJ, Park KS, Yoon TR

Femoral neck stress fracture occured commonly in athlete and military recruit populations, some of them are bilateral. Bilateral femoral neck stress fracture that associated with other occupation is very uncommon....
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Effects of Percutaneous Sacroplasty on Pain and Mobility in Sacral Insufficiency Fracture

Choi KC, Shin SH, Lee DC, Shim HK, Park CK

OBJECTIVE: Sacral insufficiency fracture (SIF) contributes to severe low back pain. Prolonged immobilization resulting from SIF can cause significant complications in the elderly. Sacroplasty, a treatment similar to vertebroplasty, has...
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Morphologic Analysis of the Fifth Metatarsal Stress Fracture: The Precise Coronal and Sagittal Location

Lee KT, Young KW, Park YU, Jegal H, Seo JH

From a biomechanical standpoint, the main pathologic abnormality of fifth metatarsal stress fracture is the location where repetitive tensile stress concentrated. Decreasing tensile force in this region would be a...
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The Operative Management of Navicular Stress Fractures in Adolescence

Lee KT, Kim KC, Young KW, Cho CH

PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of surgical treatment in adolescent patients suffering from navicular stress fracture. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A total of 11 adolescent patients...
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