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Fat Embolism: A Case Report

Lee CH, Kim MJ, Kim YK, Lee H

Fat embolism is a relatively rare catastrophic complication of multiple long bone fracture or extensive crushing injury to soft tissue. Many authors have been reported its pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment,...
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Variety of the Cystic Lesions in the Ilium

Chang JK, Ahn JH, Suk SI

There are variable cystic lesions in the ilium with similar clinical and radiological findings, but with complete different pathological findings. Such five cases of the cystic iliac lesions with different...
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Metastatic Bone Cancer (Clinical Observation on 63 Cases)

Kim SS

Among 1330 cancer patients consulted to and diagnosed in this University Medical School Hospital, from January of 1966 to August of 1972, 63 cases of them were confirmed to have...
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Multiple Pinning in Treatment of the Proximal End of Femur Fracture

Kim DS

Beginning in 1968, 35 patients with the femoral fracture in the neck or intertrochanteric area were treated by the conservative and operative method in Han-Il Hospital. Among them, 9 cases...
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A Case of Hurler's Syndrome

Roh YW, Ok IY

A 14 months old boy with Hurler's syndrome, manifesting developmental retardation, grotesque facial appearance, dwarfism. kyphosis and hepatosplenomegaly are presented. Roentgenographic examination of the spine showed kyphosis at the upper...
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Clinical Observation on Lumbar Disc Herniation

Roh YW, Choi CG, Lee MH

The commonest cause of low back pain associated with sciatica has been a herniated lumbar intervertebral disc, although there were many other possibilities, since Mixter and Barr reported it in...
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Ultrastructure of Articular Cartilage in Immobilized Knee Joints of Rabbits

Jahng JS

Mature articular cartilage is an aneural, avascular, and alymphatic specialized form of connective tissue, and it has been emphasized that destruction of articular cartilage is the starting point in the...
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Study of Causal Factors of Pott's Paraplegia

Kim NH

Recent advances in medicine, preventive-medicine, and orthopedic surgery have reduced the incidence of Pott's paraplegia which has been one of the serious complications of tuberculosis of spine, but it remains...
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Clinical Study of the Ankle Fracture

Kim ID, Kim YB

One hundred and twenty three cases of the ankle fracture have been treated and managed in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Kyungpook University Hospital during the period from January. 1968...
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The Proteolytic Enzyme Activity and Hydrocortisone Effect on Protein Degradation in Long Bone of Albino Rats

Choi CD

Synthesis of collagen and mucopolysaccharide in the bone is inhibited the glucocorticoid hormone(Layton. 1961: Schiller and Dorfman, 1957; McCluskey and Thomas. 1959; Bernick and Ershoff, 1963), and triiodothyronine inhibits the...
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In Vitro Observation on the Growth of Gram Positive and Gram Negative Bacteria in the Joint Fluid

Ha KI

Infectious disease is defined traditionally as the result of microbial activities and the rate of growth and multiplication of invading organism in a given time may be said to be...
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Comparative Study on Phagocytic Activities of Rabbit Macrophages on Staph. Aureus and B. Subtilis in Single and Mixed Suspension

Kim KW

Bacterial suspensions of Staph. aureus, B. subtilis and the mixture of the two were added to the rabbit macrophage suspended in Cell Maintenance Fluid (CMF) and normal rabbit serum. After...
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Stress Fractures of the Humerus: 2 Cases Report

Lee WS, Kim SH, Ihin JC, Min BH

Stress fractures are rare in the upper limb. Hartley (1943) stated that stress fractures occured as rarities in the humerus in javelin, discus and grenade throwers, and had been reported...
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The Fresh Rupture of Tendocalcaneus

Kim KH, Kim SJ, Oh SH, Lee KS, Lee DH

The rupure of tendocalcaneus may result from various types of trauma, especially in middle aged man. At first, it was described by Patre (1575) and thereafter the causes, diagnostic and...
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Barrel Stave Cancellous Bone Grafting for Delayed Union and Non-union of the Long Bone Fractures

Kim KH, Kim SJ, Oh SH, Kal YS

Delayed union and non-union of the long bone fractures were often confronted to the surgeon during fracture treatment. In this paper. 44 cases of delayed and non-union of the long...
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The Diagnostic Value of the Bone Biopsy by Turkel Bone Biopsy Trephine Set

Moon MS, Kim I, Kwon OS, Ok IY

In 28 cases of bone disease. 34 times of bone biopsies have been carried out with Turkel's needle bone biopsy trephine set during the period from Apr. 1. 1973 to...
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