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Congenital Deficiency of the Femoral Head

Chung MS, Kim DS, Jung WK

Proximal femoral focal deficiency (PFFD) in early infancy is characteristic by quite shortening of the tight segment, flexed, abducted and externally rotated position In assciation with a stable hip which...
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Dysplasia Epiphysealis Hemimelica: A Case Report

Kim JY, Moon MS, Chun KN

A case of dysplasia eplphyseaalis hemlmelica (Fairbank, 1956) in a 8 years old boy, showlng typical clinical and roentgenographical appearance, is reported together wlth a brief review of literature in...
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Open Reduction and Internal Fixation in a Displaced, Comminuted Acetabular Fracture: Report of a Case

Chung MS, Oh JI, Kim DS, Lee KC, Chung WG

An anatomical reduction and maintainance of articular fracture is on of the basic principles In Orthopedic Surgery if good function is to ensue, especially in a major welght bearing joint...
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Total Spondylectomy of a Lumber Vertebra with Giant Cell Tumor: One Case Report

Lee DY, Kim IK, Choi KJ, Chang JS

Giant cell tumor of the spine is regarded as a cllnically mallgnant tumor because of its difficulty in diagnosis, cord compression and its frequent recurrence. The consensus of current report...
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Treatment of the Huge Skeletal Hemangioma by Using the Microsurgical Technique

Yoo MC, Kang SH, Bang YN

Hemangioma are not rare tumor, they are found in almost all the vascular structures of the body. They are fairly common in the akeletal muscles. There Is no unanimity of...
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Operative Treatment of Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease

Oh IS, Lee DY

Since the independent reports of Charcot and Marie and of Tooth, in 1886, interest in this familial disease has centered largely in the genetic and diagnostic aspects, and yet references...
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Transient Synovitis of the Hip Joint in Children

Kang CN, Wang JM, Choi KH, Park YS

A fairly common cause of painful hips in children is the condition variousiy called transient synovitis, phantom hip, toxic synovitis, or transitory synovitis. Infection, trauma, or allergic conditions can be...
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Traumatic Bowing of the Bone in Children: Report of 3 Cases

Roh YW, Kim HJ, Shim CW, Kim BK

Bowing of one or both bones of the forearm in children following acute trauma was first recognized by Borden in 1974. Since then, a total of 30 cases have been...
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The Clinical Observation of the Septic Hip

Rhee KJ, Lee KY, Youne SH, Lee JK

A clinical analysis of the septic hip was made on 15 patients, who had been undergone operation in Chung Nam National University Hospital from April, 1977 to Dec., 1978. The...
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A Clinical Study on Pyogenic Osteomyelitis

Kim KH, Wee KM, Kim SJ, Lim KH

Pyogenic osteomyelitis is at times tragic disease from which severe deformity and disability may result. The incidence and mortality rate of pyogenic osteomyelitis have decreased strikingly since penicillin became available...
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A Study on Wound Infection of Open Fracture

Yoo MC, Kim BK, Park DW, Jo EJ

In 257 open fracture patients, treated from 1972 to 1979 at Kyung Hee University Hospital and analysed retrospectively, the infection rate was 35.8%. The factors thought to be associated with...
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Clinical Study of Treatment and it's Results

Moon MS, Kim I, Kim HJ

Calcaneal fractures of 82 feets in 68 patients which were treated at the Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery, St. Mary's Hospital since 1974 to 1978 were cllnically analysed, and the following...
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The Clinical Study on Pin and Plaster Method about open Tibial Shaft Fractures

Rhee KJ, Yune SH, Min HS

Recently, the rates of various traffic accidents and industrial injuries accordlng to industrial progression were increased very much. In those injuries, open tibial shaft fractures were one of the most...
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Arthrolysis and Quadriceps Release in Stiff Knee: Report of Five Cases

Han DY, Lee BI, Park BM

Many procedures of quadricepsplasty were reported by Thompson (1944), Judet (1959), van Nes (1962), Nicoll (1963) and Hesketh (1963) in confining the indication of them for the strictly extra-articular origin...
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A Clinical Study on Fractures of the Tibial Plateau

Cho JL, Lee KS, Kim KH, Kim BK

A tibial plateau fracture was first described in the literature by Thamhayn, in 1852. It is a fracture of the proximal end of the tibia, usually involving an articular surface....
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Reconstruction of Chronic Ligamentous Instability of the Knee

Chung MS, Chung WK, Kwak MH, Kim DS

The methods of reconstruction for chronic Iigamentous instability of the knee have changed much since the concept of rotary instability was introduced by Slocum and Larson in 1968. The first...
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Clinical Use of Cast - Brace in Distal Femur Fracture Treatment

Sohn SK, Park SR, Yang WM

30 cases of distal femur fracture were treated with cast-brace for 2 years and 6 months from Feb., 1977 till July, 1979 at the department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Presbyterian Medical...
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A clinical Study of Trochanteric Fractures

Lee BI, Jahng JS, Chung IH

Trochanteric fractures frequently occur in the elderly patients and complications such as pneumonia, thromboembolic disease, decubitus ulcer, and urinary tract infection are common. The principle in the treatment of an...
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Clinical analysis of the Traumatic Posterior Dislocation of the Hip

Kim ID, Lee SY, Ihin JC, Kwon KW, Kim SK

Authors had analyzed 35 patients of traumatic posterior dislocation of the hip which was treated at Kyungpook National University Hospital during the period of 7 years from 1972 to 1978....
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A Clinical Study on Fracture of Shaft of Forearm Bones

Park BM, Chung IH, Hong KP

To achieve full pronation and supination after fracture, many authors have pointed out the importance of the length of the bones, the absence of the angulatory deformity and rotational deformity,...
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