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Traumatic Winging of the Scapula Treated By Whitman's Technique: Case Report

Kim DS, Chung CH

Traumatic winging of the scapula is a rare entity. Since first described by Velpeau in 1837. its surgical correction has been recommended for functional and cosmetic improvement. In these casei,...
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The Treatment of Chronic Acromioclavicular Dislocation by Dewar and Barrignton Technique

Jung M, Chung CH

Many methods have been described for chronic acromioclavicular dislocation, however, the choice of treatment are yet controversial. A method of treating chronic acromioclavicular dislocation by transference of coracoid process to...
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A Study on Lysozyme Activity in the Knee Joint Fluid

Lee JY

This is the quantitative study on the concentration of the lysozyme in the knee joint fluid of 50 subjects, among which 20 cases were normal Korean male and female, 15...
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Pseudomonas in Orthopedic Infection

Moon MS, Kim ST, Park YK

90 strains of Pseudomonas aeroginosa were isolated from various orthopedic conditions, infected with pseudomonas alone or in combination with other organisms during the 2 year period from Aug. 1971 to...
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Prosthetic Shoes for the Solid Ankles: Modification of the Solid-ankle Cushion-heel Foot

Moon MS, Kim I, Kim YI, Lee WK

Authors introduced the experiences of using the shoe modification in patients with an abnormal gait following arthrodesis and/or partial ankylosis of the ankle in equinus or calcaneus. Much more benefit...
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Clinical Study of Injuries of Medial Collateral Ligament of the Knee Joint and Pes Anserinus Transplantation

Park SW, Ro YS, Byun YS, Lee HK

One of the most fascinating facets of the problem of knee ligament injuries is rotatory instability. In its most common form, such instability permits pathologically increased outward rotation of the...
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A Clinical Study of Fracture of the Tibia

Chung IH, Kim NH, Jahng JS, Kim YH, Sohn SK

Fractures of the shaft of the tibia are notoriously difficult to treat. A study of the patients treated at Severance Hospital, Yonsei University Medical Center in Korea over a twelve...
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A Case of Macrodactyly

Jung M, Chung CH

Macrodactyly is a rare congenital malformation characterized by an increase in the size of all the elements or structures of digit or digits. The phalanges, tendons, nerves, vessels, subcutaneous fat,...
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The N.B.T. Dye Reduction Test in Orthopedic Infections

Lee SH, Park KY, Hahn MS, Choi YH, Kim SI

By various enzymatic activities, colorless Nitroblue-Tetrazolium salts are reduced to form Formarans which can easily be recognized as dark blue deposits. Bacterial presence in circulating blood could induce metabolic changes...
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Clinical Study on the Arthrography of the Knee in Ten Cases

Lee SI, Yoo CI, Lee JY

1. Currently, arthrography of the knee which is one of the diagnostic methods for derangement of knee seems not to be popular in our country. We have performed the arthrography...
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Solitary Bone Cyst in the Talus: A Case Report

Suh MS, Ahn BH

Solitary bone cyst commonly occurs in growing age, and at the juxta-epiphyseal region of the metaphysis of long bones such as femur, tibia and humerus and it is rarely seen...
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Clinical Observation on 48 Cases of Osteogenic Sarcoma

Chun SY

Osteogenic Sarcoma is a malignant tumor arising from the undifferentiated fibrous tissue of bone, and one of the most common primary malignant tumors of bone. Clinical observation was carried out...
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Treatment for Pott'S Paraplegia

Lee KS, Choo KH, Kim KY, Aha BH

Tuberculosis of the spine today is uncommon disease in Western Countries however it is still common disease in Korea, and it represents a important problem to the orthopedic profession. Pott's...
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Clinical Cases of the Idiopathic Avascular Necrosis of the Femoral Head and Its Etiological Considerations

Kim SK, Lee DY, Lee HK

We experienced 8 cases of the idiopathic avascular necrosis of the femoral head in the Orthopedic Department of Seoul National University during the period from October, 1968 to November, 1973...
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A Case of Both Menisci Tear of Left Knee

Kim SK, Byun YS, Lee YS, Lee HK

A case of left sided both menisci tear is reported with a brief review of the literature. The case was 18 years old female basket-baller who complained marked swelling, tenderness...
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A Clinical Observation of the Pelvic Bone Fractures and the Associated Injuries

Shim WS, Kim YJ

The pelvic bone fractures have studied by many authors. We have experienced difficulties in managing the pelvic bone fractures because most of them were associated with other bone fractures of...
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Desmoplastic Fibroma of Forearm Bone: A Case Report

Park SC, Kang CS

A case of Desmoplastic Fibroma developed in right forearm both bones of the 28 old female patient is reported. It was reported 31 cases in literature until march, 1972 since...
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Clinical Observation on 14 Cases of Fracture of Neck of the Talus

Park SC, Kang CS

A clinical review and analysis were made on 14 cases of Talus neck fracture treated at the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Daegu Presbyterian Hospital from January 1966 to May 1973....
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Complete Absence of the Sacrum with Multiple Spina Bifida: Report of Two Cases

Kwon KW, Lee SY, Ihin JC, Kim ID

Agenesis of the terminal segments of the spinal column has been reported as a relatively infrequent occurrence. The etiology of the congenital absence of sacrum is not precisely determined yet....
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Comparison of the Lever Arm Changes in the Charnley Total Hip Arthroplasty

Kim YY, Ko CU

A study of the lever arm changes of 33 total hip replacements of Charnley type, done from May 1972 to February 1974. revealed a significant change of ratio following the...
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