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Pseudo-Pseudohypoparathyroidism: A Case Report

Ha KI, Chang JK, Hyun C, Kim JH

One case of Pseudo-Pseudohypoparathyroidism is reported with the characteristic body features such as short stature, round face, metacarpal sign and multiple exostoses.
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Forestier's Disease: A case report

Lee EW, Kang JW, Yoon WS, Jung KY

Foreatiers disease is a peculiar type of ankylosing hyperostosis of the spine characterized by ossification of the anterior and right lateral aspects of the vertebral column, particularly in the thoracic...
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A Cases of Endodermal Sinus Tumor in Sacrococcygeal Region

Kim KY, Cho DY, Song KW

A endodermal sinus tumer (Teilum) is a highly malignant germ cell tumor showing a selective overgrowth of yalk sac endoderm intimately associated with the extraembryonic mesoblast. Several cases of the...
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A Case of Acquired Syphilitic Osteomyelitis of the Tibia

Kim KY, Cho DY, Park JS, Han KW

Acquired syphilis rarely manifest itself in the skeleton, causing localised osteoscopic pain, commonly in the abscence of general systemic complaints. Diagnosis of bone syphilis can easily be made by clinical...
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Congenital Dislocation of the Knee

Jahng JS, Hong KP

This is a report of three cases of congenital dislocation of the knee with the chief complaint of extension contracture knee, seen at the Severance Hospital Department of Orthopedic Surgery...
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Hereditary Motor and Sensory Neuropathy Type I: A case report

Lee HK, Bae DK, Kim MH, Ahn BW

Hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy is an unusual disease which is characterized by deformity of phe foot, acral sensory loss, decreare of deep tendon reflexes, enlargement of peripheral nerve and...
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Squamous Cell Carcinoma Arising From Chronic Osteomyelitis: A Report of One Case

Bae DK, Kim MH, Choi JS, Hahn MS

Squamous cell carcinoma is a rare complication of chronic osteomyelitis. Squamous cell carcinoma of extremity campromises approximately 1 to 2% of all squamous cell carcinoma and of these 2.5 to...
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Subtrochanteric Osteotomy in Congenital Coxa Vara Report of 3 Cases

Kim YS, Kim HT, Sung KT

Three cases of congenital coxa vara were treated by subtroch-anterie abduction osteotomy with percutaneous pin fixation of both fragments. The indications of the corrective subtrochanteric osteotomy for coxa vara deformity...
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Multifocal Reticulum Cell Sarcoma of Bone: A Case Report

Park CT, Chung IW, Lee MK

A Case of multifocal reticulum cell sarcoma in a 61 year old male is reported. The patient had multiple foci of sarcomatous lesion in the olecranon of the right ulna,...
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Neurilemmoma of the Tibial Nerve and Lateral Antebrachial Cutaneous nerve: Case Report

Kim KH, Choi IY, Kim SJ, Oh SH, Lee Y

Neurilemmomas are benign tumors of the nerve sheaths. They are usually painless and are most common in the upper extremities. Pathologically, neurilemmoma is encapsulated and made up of organized element:...
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Patient with Low Back Pain and Cornell Medical Index

Choi CG, Roh YW, Hwang JD

The cornell medical index is self-administered instrument that collects a large body of significant medical and psychiatric data. The original C. M. I. consists of 195 questions, but authors selected...
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Total Knee Replacement Report of Three Cases

Kim YJ, Maing KY, Seong BY

Stability, mobility, and freedom from pain are the requirements of a normal knee. Arthrodesis of a knee damaged by disease or injury will satisfy two of the three requirenents. The...
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Hand Tumor

Lee HK, Bae DK, Choi JS, Sung SC

Hand tumor may arise as primary growth from any of the tissue present in the hand. Most are benign and malignant are uncommon. The hand is a sensitive organ, has...
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A Clinical Study of Neglected Rupture of the Achilles Tendon

Kang JD, Kim DG, Kim CU

Since rupture of the Achilles tendon was first reported by Pare in 1575, various caues and diagnostic and therapeutic methods have been described by many workers. Almost all these workers...
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An epidemiologic Study of Tennis Elbow in Tennis Player

Kim YJ, Maing KY, Lim JK

The etiologic factors of tennis elbow have been obscure in spite of increased concern and study. The true pathologic changes in tennis elbow are also not well established. The authors...
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Vascular Injuries Associated with the Fractures About the Knee

Lee JY, Yoo CI, Lee CS

Fractures about the knee including the distal femur and the proximal tibia not infrequently result in vaseular injuries of the popliteal artery and the distal part of the femoral artery....
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A Study on the Electrophoretic Analysis of the Joint Fluid Proteins in Rheumatoid Arthritis

Yoo CI, Lee JY, Oh CT

In several pathologic conditions of the joints, it is rather frequent to find a swollen joint. The authors performed an analysis of the joint fluid proteins from 20 cases of...
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A Clinical Study on Acromioclavicular Separation

Kim YJ, Kim BS, Choi CS

The Acromioclavicular joint is classified as a diarthrodial joint. Its stability is maintained by articular capsule, acromioclavicular ligament, articular disc, coraco clavicularligament(trapezoid and conoid ligament) and attached muscles. 17 cases...
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Management of bed-ridden patients with rheumatoid arthritis: Some recent cases

Lee DY

Management of bed-ridden patients with polyarticular rheumatoid arthritis poses a considerable challenge to the orthopedic surgeon. Five such illustrative cases are presented. Case 1, a 46 year old woman, previously...
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The Clinical Study on Sports Injury

Kim KH, Choi IY, Kim SJ, Yang WC

The aims of this study are to gain adequate treatment and prevention of injury. We have undertaken a study of 115 (185 cases) unselected Hanyang University players (foot ball, base...
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