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Two Cases of Spinal Stenosis

Choi HJ, Lee SH

Spinal canal stenosis or narrow lumbar canal is a localized structural narrowing of spinal canal which gives rise to a specific symptom complex, 2 cases of spinal canal stenosis have...
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Synovial Sarcoma in the Knee: A Case Report

Lee HA, Kim KY

Synovial Sarcoma rarely occurs over 40 years of age, and from the synovial structures of the joints such as knee, foot, thigh, ankle and hand, In this paper, a case...
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Osteogenic Sarcoma: Report of a Case

Choi KH, Kang CN, Joo KI

A case of osteogenic sarcoma involving the distal part of the femur is reported. The patient was 15 year old female, who had a pathological fracture in the lesion one...
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2 Cases of Panner's Disease (Osteochondrosis of Humeral Capitellum)

Kang CS, Pyun YS, Lee CK

Panner's disease, reported by Panner the first in 1929, is a rare disease among aseptic epiphyseal necroses. Two cases of Panner's disease in children are reported. Clinical diagnosis of these...
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A Case of Multiple Involvements of Histocytosis

Lee YW, Choi CS, Shim WS, Kim YJ, Kim BJ, Seo KY, Lee DI

A case of multiple involvements of Histiocytosis in 1 & 3/12-year-old male is reported. The patient was admitted with ohief complaints of diffuse swelling and tenderness on the left forearm....
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Four Cases of Multiple Myeloma

Kim YB, Ihnn JC, Lee SY, Kim ID

Multiple Myeloma is considered most common malignant bone tumor which has predilection for the flat bone in old ages. We are experienced 4 cases of multiple myeloma which was multiple...
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Total Prosthetic Replacement Arthroplasty of the Elbow: A Case Report of Coonrad Type Prosthesis

Chung IH, Kim NH, Chung SM, Park HW

A 33 year old man 8 months previously fell on his left elbow from a height and sustained a fracture of the proximal left ulna including the olecranon and the...
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Preservation of Mobility in the Treatment of Tuberculous Knee Joint

Choi KH, Kang CN, Kim JH

In the treatment of tuberculosis of major weight bearing joint, preservation of mobility is a critical trial. However, since advent of anti-tuberculous drugs, surgical eradication of the lesion combined with...
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Reticulum Cell Sarcoma: A Case Report

Kang CS, Pyun YS, Kwak YC

The following is a case report of reticulum cell sarcoma in the humerus treated with irradiation therapy and surgical excision. On March 27, 1969, a 24 year old man was...
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Treatment of Cervical Spine Tuberculosis with Neural Involvement

Lee MC, Park JS, Kim KY

In about 50 per cent of all cases of skeletal tuberculosis the spine is involved. Neural involvement in most dreaded and crippling complication of spinal tuberculosis. Many surgeons have reported...
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Use of Harrington Compression Rod

Kim YM

It depends on orthopedist's opinion whether to use Harrington compression rod for correction of scoliosis with Harrington distraction rod, for example, Dr. Harrington and Hall rocommend it, but Dr. Moe...
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A Study on the Bone Graft

Ahn JW, Suk SI

Experimental studies on bone grafts and its clinical applications have been described in enormous number of papers since early 1900. The bone grafts have been widely applied in orthopedic surgery,...
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A Clinical Study for the Unstable Injuries of the Thoraco-lumbar Spine

Kim PT, Lee SY, Kim ID

Authors have treated 16 cases of the unstable injuries of the thoracolumbar spine (D to La) during the period from April, 1971 to July 1974. The results obtained were as...
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Colonna Capsular Arthroplasty for Congenital Dislocation of the Hip

Kim KH, Wang JM

The treatment of congenital dislocation of the hip in the majority of the case over three years of age is more satisfactorily accomplished by some form of open operation than...
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The Experimental Study on Traumatic Epiphyseal Seperation

Lee CT

Traumatic epiphyseal separation was produced in the young rabbit weighing about 1 kg, and the type of injuries according to Salter and Harris method and location of the cleavage line...
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Supracondylar Wedge Ostoetomy of the Humerus

Choi KH, Kang CN, Kim JH, Jung KH

Five eases of supracondylar wedge osteotomy of the humerus following fractures of the elbow are presented. All the cases had the changes in the carrying angle of 24 to 55...
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Pyogenic Osteomyelitis with Multiple Lesions

Lee HK, Kim YM, Bae DK, Chung MS

Sixteen cases of pyogenic osteomyelitis with multiple lesions were observed in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Seoul National University Hospital during the last 9 years. Multiple osteomyelitis occured in male...
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Analysis of the Nonfatal Industrial Accidents in Orthopedic Field: (1) The Epidemiological Surgery

Chung HY, Cho DY, Kim KY

Recently, the industrial accident is one of the most important factors in the causes of death and compensable nonfatal injuries in both developed and developing countries. The authors intended on...
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A Clinical Study of Fractures of the Os Calcis

Lee YW, Shim WS, Kim YJ

Recently the calcaneal fractures present us still considerable divergence of opinion as to the best treatment. A clinical analysis and the results of treatment were made on 33 cases of...
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Early Decompression and Continous Irrigation in Acute Hematogenous Osteomyelitis

Choi KH, Kang CN, Joo KI, Park CD

Early treatment of hematogenous osteomyelitis is mandatory in order to prevent the spreading of the disease process and to completely abolish the infection. Antibiotic therapy must always be supplemented by...
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