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Acquired club hand: Report of two cases treated with a modified Define's procedure

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Report of salvage Procedures in Failed Total Hip Replacement

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Replantation of Amputated Parts of Extremities

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Solitary Bone Cyst of the Capitate: A Case Report

Yang YS, Lee WG, Lee CS

Solitary bone cyst are usually found in the juxta-epiphyseal region of metaphysis of long bones of children. They are rarely seen in non-tubular bones. The following case describes what we...
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Two cases of Sacral Agenesis

Kim KH, Choi IY, Lim KH, Sung CS

Sacral agenesis is a rare condition. This syndrome was first described by Hohl in 1852 and is usually associated with other anomalies such as vertebral deformities, deformed hypoplastic legs, urologic...
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Chondrodystrophia Calcificans Congenita

Sohn SK, Park SR, Park CI, Namgoong S

Chondrodystrophia calcificans congenita is a rare disorder of bone, occuring in infants, which is characterized by radiographic manifestation of premature deposition of punctate calcific density in those epiphyseal areas, preformed...
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Electrical Stimulation ofCongenital Pseudarthrosis of the Tibia: a case report

Lee SH, Lee DY, Cho IH

Osseous union of congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia remains today a formidable challenge to orthopedic surgeons. Recently clinlcal studies of nonunion, congenital pseudarthrosis, and fresh fracture suggest that the electical...
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Reconstruction of traumatic deficiency of forearm bone: report of Two Cases

Kim JM, Moon MS, Kim HJ

Two cases of acquired absence of forearm bone secondary to compound comminuted fractures were treated by reconstructive surgery, which consist of surgical construction of one-bone forearm. The results of treatment...
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An Investigation of Articular Cartilage Degeneration Induced by Compression-Immobilization and Condylar resection of Knee Joint in Rabbits

Rhee KJ, Ahn SR, Yoon SH, Lee JK

Articular cartilage have dual functions of shock absorber and bearing surface in a moving joint. Articular cartilage is avascular, so the chondrocytes in mature adult must receive their nourishment solely...
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A Clinical Study of Ankle Injuries

Paik NI, Lee SY, Lee WG

Ankle injuries include not only disruption of bony architecture of ankle joint but also significant ligamentous and soft tissue injuries as well. Since ligamentous injury frequently has more serious implication...
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Clinical Study for Achilles Tendon Rupture

Park WH, Lee WG, Kim HW

Achilles tendon is the most powerful tendon of the body and increases efficiency in weight bearing and walking capability. Since pares' report about the rupture of the Achilles tendon many...
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Clinical Study of the Tibial shaft Fracture

Yoo MC, Ahn JW, Kim BK, Bang YN, Choi KY

A clinical study of the Tibial Shaft fracture was made on 128 patients, who had been treated at the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, College of Medicine Kyung Hee Universlty from...
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Supracondylar Fractures of the Femur

Yang YS, Lee WG, Park BL

Supracondylar Fractures of the femur are not as cammon as femoral neck or intertrochanteric fractures, but their treatment may be just as difficult. Few surgeons have had extensive experience with...
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Femoral Head Replacement for the Femoral Neck Fracture

Rowe SM

Endoprosthetic replacement has gained an accepted place in the management of the neck fracture of femur in the elderly and those with failed previous internal fixation in which any further...
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Treatment of Diaphyseal Fractures of the Forearm Bones

Chung YK, Lee CJ, Chang IY, Ahn BM

In clinical practice fractures of the forearm bones are encoutered as frequently as fractures of other bones. As has been pointed out in many articles, however, the surgical anatomy of...
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A Clinical Study of the Surgical Treatment of the Cervical Spine Injuries

Sohn SK, Park SR, Kim KH

Cervical spine injuries are increasing recently due to increasing traffic accidents. Many patients have been treated with cervical laminectomy but stabilization of the cervical spine has been neglected as a...
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Clinical Analysis on 57 Non-Unions

Lee HK, Oh IS, Ahn JW, Chung MY

Fifty-seven cases of non-union examined and treated at Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Seoul National University Hospital during the period of 1968 to 1979 were observed and analysed. The results were...
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Study on the Circulating Fat Macroglobule in Fracture

Kim NH, Hwang SK, Chung IH, Shin JS

Fat embolism is a condition in which fat appears in the circulating blood, not in the fine emulsion of a metabolic lipemia, but in droplets large enough to occlude arterioles...
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Clinical Observation on the Primary Bone Tumors

Kang CS, Pyun YS, Lee CK, Shon SW

A total of 189 cases of primary bone tumors reviewed and analysed clinically and pathologically at the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Presbyterian Hospital, Taegu, Korea during the 15 years period...
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Extraosseous Tuberculosis of the Extremities

Kim KY, Kim YT, Cho WS

Extraosseous tuberculosis of the extremities is relatively rare even in the wide spread incidence of bone and joint tuberculosis. And few reports about extraosseous tuberculosis of the extremities have been...
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