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The American Orthopedic Association, It's Annual Meeting-1977

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Mesenchymal Chondrosarcoma: A Case Report

Cho WH, Lee SH, Choi YH

Mesenchymal Chondrcsarcoma is a rare malignant tumor originally described by Lichtenstein and Bernstein in 1959. Since the original description, several other reports of this tumor have been published, bringing the...
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Surgical treatment of the Spine Tuberculosis

Kang KS, Suk SI, Limb WS

Two hundreds cases of spine tuberculosis were treated surgically for the period of 7 years between 1970 and 1976 at Seoul National University Hospital and following results were obtained. 1....
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Tumors of the Spine

Kim YM, Kim SR, Kim JH, Limb WS

Neoplastic disease of the spine can be a most difficuIt and perflexing problem. Nineteen cases of tumors in the the spine were studied in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Seoul...
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Internal Derangment of Knee Due to Rupture of Plica Synovialis Mediopatellaris: A case report

Lee EW, Kang JW, Lee CH, Kim JC

In clinical experience, patients complaining of knee joint pain which is not belong to the category of well documented causative diseases, such as rupture of menisci, collateral ligaments and so...
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Skin Grafts on Bare Bone

Kang CS, Pyun YS, Lee CK, Park GS

Skin grafts on bare bone, denuded of perioteum, is one of the most difficult problems to deal with, but has good clinical application. Most surgeons have stated that skin grafts...
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Giant Osteochondroma from the Rib: A report of One Case

Hwang BY, Lee SH

The osteochondroma is a common benign tumor with osteocartilaginous exostosis. It may arise from any bone, but is observed most often on long tubular bones, particularly on their metaphyseal region....
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A Case of Congenital Atlanto-Occipital Fusion: One case report

Ahn JH, You MC, Lee SH, Kim BK, Ahn SJ

A cases is reported of congenital atlanto-occipital fusion in a 12-years-old girl. The lesion was treated by occipito-cervical arthrodesis by iliac bone grafting with wiring. The congenital atlanto-occipital fusion has...
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Postradiation Osteosarcoma of the Pelvic bone: A Case Report

Kim KY, Cho DY, Ha JU

A case of postradiation sarcoma, found in a 52-year-old woman, who underwent a total hystrectomy under the diagnosis of cervical cancer 12 years ago, followed by radiation therapy. The tumor...
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Congenital Absence of the Radius: 2 cases report

Kang CS, Pyun YS, Lee CG, Kim S

Two cases of congenital absence of the radius were experienced in this hospitaI. Both cases were male patients and both had congenital absence of the radius in right forearm. Ulno-carpo-metacarpal...
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Congenital Pseudarthrosis associated with Neurofibromatosis: A case report

Lee EW, Kang JW, Lee CH, Yoon WS, Kim JC

Congenital pseudarthrosis is frequently associated with various stigmata of neurofibromatosis, particularly Cafe-Au-Lait spots and,subcutaneous nodules and in these patients, it is noteworthy that the treatment is very difficult even with...
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Hypertrophy of an Extremity Associated with Neurofibromatosis of the Sural Nerve: Report of one case

Kim ID, Lee SY, Ihin JC, Park YC

Overgrowth and hypertrophy of one or more extremities is an infrequentIy encountered congenital or acguired anomaly, It is referred to in the literature by different authors as local gigantism, hypertrophy...
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Primary Hyperparathyroidism: Report of one case

Kim ID, Ihin JC, Lee SY, Chung JK

Primary hyperparathyroidism is chronic disease which exhibits variable complex of symptoms suggestive of multiple system involvement. The authors have treated a case of primary hyperparathyroidism which was caused by parathyroid...
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Hereditary Sensory Neuropathy Type 2 (Congenital sensory neuropathy): A case report

Lee HK, Limb WS, Ahn BW

Hereditary sensory neuropathy is a unusual disease which is charcterized by mutilating acropathy with cutaneous sensory loss and complete absence of sensory apparatus. We experienced a case of bereditary sensory...
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Fat Embolism Syndrome: Report of 6 cases

Lee HK, Kim MH, Sung SC

Fat embolism is one of a rare catastrophic complication after multiple fraetures and extensive soft tissue injury. Many hypothesis on its pathogenesis has been postulated by many writers, still its...
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Osteonecrosis Occuring in the Medial Femoral Condyle due to Prolonged, Excessive Cortisone Therapy: A Case Report

Kim JM, Shim CH

Authors report a rare case of localized osteonecrosis occuring in the medial femoral condyle induced by prolonged steroid administration in a 48 years old male who had kidney transplantation surgery....
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Surgical Treatment for 3 Cases with Established Volkmann's Ischemic Contracture of the Upper Limb

Yoo CI, Lee JY, Lee JW

Volkmanns ischemic contracture, despite a relatively small incidence, is one of the most devastating complications following a limb injury. The orthopedic surgeon must be equipped to recognize and effectively treat...
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Femoral Lengthening: A case report

Kim KH, Choi YK, Kim SJ, Lee KY

A case of femoral lengthening was performed at the Hanyang University Hospital for a 29 year old male patient who hed a 3.0 cm shortening of the left lower extremity....
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Clinical Observation of Tibial Plateau Fracture

Kang CN, Wang JM, Choi KH, Park YM, Chang KJ

The tibial plateau fracture is a common fracture in the knee joint. Tibial plateau fracture involves most always the articulating cartilage and produce the disability of the knee joint oftenly....
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A Clinical Study on Collateral Ligament Injuries of the Knee

Kang CN, Wang JM, Choi KH, Kim CB

A clinical analysis on the 33 cases of the collateral ligament injuries of the knee joint was made. Those cases were classified in three groups depend upon the width of...
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