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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome: A Case Report

Yoon JH, Ha KI

Tarsal tunnel syndrom is characterized by pain, paresthesias in the foot in either the entire distribution of the tibial nerve or the distribution of one or two of its major...
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Apet's Syndrome (Acrocephalosyndactyly. Report of A case)

Park DS, Ihin JC, Lee SY, Kim ID

It was in 1906 that Apert first described in detail the detail the group of deformities which now bears his name. He proposed the name Acrocephalosyndactly for this syndrome and...
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Reconstruction of the Paralysed Shoulder by the Saha's Method: Report of a Case

Hwang CS, Lee KJ, Lee DY

Treatment of a paralysed or flail shoulder falls into two categories; arthrodesis and reconstructive surgery. Of these the latter is preferable in view of mobility. Most authors have tried to...
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Aneurysmal Bone Cyst Recurred in The Neck of Femur

Lee JW, Lee SH

A case of aneurysmal bone cyst is reported in a 23 years old male, who complained of pain and tenderness on the right lateral aspect of thigh, This case had...
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A Case of Severe Hypersensitivity Reaction to Para-Amino Salicyic Acid

Eum JS, Lee SY, Ihin JC, Kim ID

Hypersensitivity reactions against para-aminos alicylic have been recorded infrequently in the literature. It is the purpose of this report to emphasize the possible occurence of severe reactions which may result...
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Amelia of Both Lower Extremities: A Case Report

Lim JS, Kim YS, Pyun YS, Kang CS, Kim ID

A case of amelia, which affected upon both lower extremities, was experienced at the Taegu Presbyterian Hospital. We report this case because of rarity of amelia and an addition of...
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Ewing's Sarcoma: A Case Report of Ewing's Sarcoma

Lee JW, Lee SH

Ewing's Sarcoma is a rapidly growing malignant neoplasm that arises from primitive cells of the bone marrow in young persons. This case, a seventeen year-old male, complained of pain and...
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Familial Metaphyseal Dysplasia: Report 2 Cases

Kwon KW, Chung TS

Authors present two casas of familial metaphyseal dysplasia which was first described by Pyle as a skeletal disorder affecting the metaphyseal region of tubular bones. The cases reported here bear...
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Fibrous Dysplasia of bone: A Report of three cases

Choi HJ, Lee SH

Monostotic Fibrous dysplasia is a relatively rare condition. Three such conditions are experienced at the Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery, Han-II Hospital during the period of September 1970 to June 1972....
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Delayed palsy of Posterior Interosseous Nerve due to compression of the Arcade of Frohse and old anterior dislocation of the radial head

Park DS, Ihin JC, Lee SY, Kim ID

A cause for spontaneous paralysis of the posterior interosseous nerve has been sought for many years. In recent times an increasing number of reports on this subject has appeared. This...
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The Diagnostic Value of the Synovial Biopsy by Franklin-Silverman Needle

Park YK, Kim JM, Moon MS

Since last August, 29 cases of synovial punch biopsy have been carried out with Franklin-Silverman needle which was used in liver biopsy, instead of the specialized needle for the synovium....
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Fibrous dysplasia: A Report of Six Cases

Kim ST, Lee H, Kim MJ, Lee CH

Fibrous Dysplasia of bone is a relatively rare condition characterized by fibrous tissue replacement of skeleton. It may be monostotic (confined to one bone) or polyostotic (situated in many bones)....
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Conservative Treatment in Scoliosis with The Milwaukee Brace

Suk SI, You MC

The authors treated twenty cases out of 62 scoliosis patients with Milwaukee brace from January 1968 to September 1972 at Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Seoul National University Hospital. The average...
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Surgical Treatment of Scoliosis

Suk SI, You MC

Harrington instrumentation with posterior spinal fusion were caried out on 9 patients among 62 scoliotic patients at Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Seoul National University Hospital from January 1968 to September...
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A Follow up Study of the Reconstructive Surgery for Leprous Wrist Drop

Song SI, Kim J, Kang CS, Kim ID

Twenty three leprous wrist drop hands had been operated for reconstructive surgery at the department of orthopedic surgery Presbyterian Hospital during the period from 1965 to 1972. The follow up...
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Correction of Foot Drop Utilizing the Posterior Tibialis

Lim JS, Kim HT, Kim J, Kang CS, Kim ID

A clinical review was performed on 64 cases of the foot drop treated by transferof the Posterior Tibialis tendon to the dorsum of the foot at Taegu Presbyterian Hospital during...
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Discoid Semilunar Cartilage

Chun SY, Kang JW, Lee HK

Discoid semilunar cartilage is an abnormality in which the meniscus is discoid rather than semilunar, and first reported by Young of Glasgow in 1889. 13 cases of discoid semilunar cartilages...
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Clinical Study of Steroid Induced Side Effects in Orthopedic Field

Bae DK, Lee HK

Clinical study of 40 cases who have used steroid preparations was done during past 6 months from March 72 to September 72. 1. The youngest patient was twenty, the oldest...
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Segmentary Mobility of the Lumbar Spine in the Diagnosis of Low Back Pain

Lee HY

Segmentary mobility of the mobile lumbar spines upon a total of 90 cases was studied by means of the functional radiographic examination. Segmentary mobility was determined by Falconer method. The...
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