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Fibrous Dysplasia: Report of Four Cases

Chung SM, Ahn HY, Chung IH, Kim YH

Fibrous dysplasia of bone is a condition affecting one or more bones, usually not disabling, of slow progress, and showing a tendency to become arrested. The etiology of fibrous dysplaia...
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Prosthetic Arthroplasty of the Elbow: Report of a Case

Moon MS, Lee SH, Kim ST

The experience of a replacement surgery of ankylosed elbow joint by the Shiers chrome-cobalt hinge prosthesis is introduced with a brief review of literatures.
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Skin Graft and Chronic Osteomyelitis

Moon MS, Lee SH, Han IH, Ok IY

Authors presented the gratifying result of treatment of chronic osteomyelitis with overlying skin defect and/or poor skin condition, which developed the wide skin necrosis after saucerization and resulted the second...
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Vascular Injury of Lower Extremity

Moon MS, Kim I, Ahn ST

Blunt trauma severe enough to cause fracture of the long bones of the lower extremity may seriously damage adjacent arteries either by direct or indirect force. Diagnosis of disruption or...
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Scalenus Anticus Syndrome: Report of a Case

Park IJ, Sohn SW, Yune SH

The Scalenus anticus syndrome is a definite clinical entity and the result of pressure upon the component parts of the brachial plexus and the subclavian artery by the scalenus anticus,...
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Synovial Sarcoma of Bone

Park BM, Rhee HS, Jahng JS, Sohn SK

Synovial sarcoma is a very rare malignant tumor which arising from the synovial lining connective tissue, tendon sheaths and bursae. However, there are a few case reports of this tumor...
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Bon Abscesses Treated by Bone Graft

Chu CB, Sonn JM

We have treated three cases of bone abscesses, two in proximal tibia and one in os calcis, by radical excision and filling the remaining bone cavity with autogenous iliac bone...
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Hemangioma of the Synovial Membrane of the Knee Joint: A case Report

Keym YR, You MC, Ha KI

A case of very rare synovial hemangioma of the right knee joint is presented. The duration of disease is for fifteen years. A hemangioma about 6X7X1cm in dimension has been...
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Tibia Vara (Osteochondrosis Deformans Tibiae, Blount's Disease), Adolescent Type: A Case Report

Keym YR, You MC, Ha KI

The disease Blount called tibia vara in 1937, is characterized by a failure of growth localized to the postero-medial part of the upper tibial metaphysis and epiphysis. The growth of...
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Sprengel's Deformity: A case Report

Kim KH, Kim SJ, Oh SH, Kal YS

Sprengels deformity is a relatively uncommon congenital deformity. Since first described by Eulenberg in 1863, many authors have reported this abnormal condition and many surgical approaches have been devised. In...
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Two Cases of Neglected Fracture of the Femoral Neck: Report of 2 Cases

Kim KH, Kim SJ, Oh SH, Yang CW

Recently the treatment of femoral neck fractures has advanced, and results are generally satisfactory. In some cases however, their prognosis relatively unsatisfactory, for instance, nonunion or malunion cases are frequently...
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Tibial Lengthening by Leg Lengthening Apparatus: 2 Cases Report

Chung CH, Sohn SW, Yune SH

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Femur Shaft Fracture in Children Treated by Charnley's Traction Unit

Lee KD, Chung YK, Rhee SK, Kim YJ

The treatment and results of 6 cases of the femoral shaft fracture in children are prensented and the method of Charnleys traction unit used most frequently at Korea General Hospital...
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Electrodiagnostic Studies of Peripheral Nerve Injuries in the Extremities

Chung SM, Moon HN, Shin JS

Thirty cases of peripheral nerve injury were selected and analysed by means of electromyographic studies at Severance Hospital, Yonsei University, from January 1972 to August 1972. 1. The sex ratio...
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Overowth Following Fracture of the Shaft of Femur in Childhood

Park ND, Ihnn JC, Lee SY, Kim ID

Compensatory overgrowth following fracture of the shaft of femur in children has been reported by some authors but the practical implications of various scientific and statistical studies are still not...
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A Clinical Study of the Unstable Pelvic Fractures involving Sacro-iliac Joint

Lee KS, Choo KH, Ahn BH

The unstable pelvic fracture involving sacro-iliac joint produced by excessive force, is relatively rare but causes a multiplicity of complications and presents a major therapeutic problem. The clinical results were...
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Bacteriological Studies on Orthopedic Infections: An Analysis of 145 Specimens

Lee SH

One hundred and forty-five specimens of positive bacteriology, obtained from patients admitted to the Orthopedic Department of Seoul National University Hospital during the period from January, 1970 to March, 1973,...
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In Vitro Observation of the Phagocytic Activities of Normal Rabbit Macrophages on the Microbial Cells of Staph. albus, Staph. aureus. Es. Coli and Ps. aeruginosa

Lee EY

Bacterial suspensions of Staph. albus, Staph. aureus, Es. coli and Ps. aeruginosa were added into the rabbit macrophage suspension and placed in the cubator of 37℃. After the incubation of...
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