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Pollicization: Two Cases report

Kim YJ, Ko BY, Maing KY, Yoo DM

Absence of the thumb, either traumatic or congenical, causes a severe deficiency in hand function; in fact grasp and pinch are almost impossible. Thus when the thumb is partially or...
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Aneurysmal Bone Cyst in Clavicle: Report of A Case

Moon MS, Chang JH, Lee JS

Aneurysmal bone cyst is a rare, non-neoplastic condition, which was first coined by Jaffe and Lichtenstein in 1942. Clavicle is an unusual site for aneurysmal bone cyst. Authors present a...
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Synovial Sarcoma of the Ulna: A Case Report

Kim KH, Wee KM, Kim SJ, Hwang DY

Synovial sarcoma is an uncommon, malignant tumor which originates from the synovial lining of the joints, bursae and tendon sheaths. But it rarely occurs from bones. We have experienced a...
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Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma: A Case report

Whang KS, Kim KH, Kim SJ, Choi WS

A case of malignant fibrous histiocytoma in the right thigh is reported together with a brief review of literature in this paper. This tumor characteristically consists of a solitary circumscribed...
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Melorheostosis Associated with Synovial Chondromatosis

Roh YW, Moon BK, Oh JI, Jung WK, Kim DH

Melorheostosis is a rare entity while causes pain and stiffness in a limb and has an unknown etiology. It is characterized by roentgenographic appearance of melting wax dripping down one...
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Bilateral Congenital Coxa Vara: Report of one case

Hwang BY, Han MS

Congenital coxa vara is a rare congenital deformity, seen in infancy and childhood and the ratio of unilateral to bilateral is 3:1. The deformity does not become manifest until after...
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Subcutaneous Angiolymphoid Hyperplasia of the Inguinal Region and Anteromedial Side of the Proximal Thigh: A case report

Park SW, Lee HK, Rha CK

Subcutaneous angiolymphoid hyperplasia is an uncommon disease characterized by eosinophilia, proliferation of the capillary vessels and lymphoid tissue and infiltration of the inflammatory cell, especially eosinophils. The etiology of the...
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Accessory Hamstring Muscle: A Case Report

Kang JD, Kim CU

Accessory hamstring muscle is rare in incidence. In the popliteal region, it often simulates soft tissue tumor since it may be manifest as popliteal swelling. We experienced a case of...
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Congenital Scoliosis Associated with Diastematomyelia

Seo KY, Lee YK, Lee SI

Diastematomyelia is an uncommon congenital malformation of the vertebral axis characterized by a localized longitudinal separation of the spinal cord with an interposed septum. It may be found in association...
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A Clinical Study of The Traumatic Amputation By Railroad Accident

Lee MC, Song HJ, Lee HA

A clinical study of traumatic amputation by railroad accidents was made an 124 patients with 154 amputee, who had been treated at Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, National Seoul Hospital, during...
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The Clinical Study of Electrical Burns

Cho SR

Electrical burns constitude a unique type of thermal injury. Not only may there be a cutaneous burn but frequently hidden local and regional tissue damage exists. Tissue injury and tenden...
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A Clinical Study of Tarsometatarsal Joint Injuries

Yoo CI, Lee CS, Suh JT

Authors reviewed and clinically analysed 34 cases of trasometatarsal joint injury treated at the Orthopedic department of Pusan National University Hospital during the period from January 1975 to December 1979,...
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Tissue Pressure Changes following Tibia Fracture

Cho WH, Lee CJ, Kang JW, Chang IY, Shin HY

Delayed diagnosis of the compartmental syndrome and subsequent delay in performing the fasciotomy can result in needless loss of function and possible amputation of the involved extremity. Unfortunately early evidence...
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A Clinical Sutdy of the Fracture of the Tibial Shaft

Ha SH, Yoon TH, Shin YH

Two hundred and eighty six cases of the fracture of the tibial shaft treated at Orthopedic Department of the Chosun University Hospital during the period from January 1974 to December,...
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Fatigue Fractures of Tibial and Fibular Shaft in Soldiers

Paik NI, Lee WG, Oh DS

A fatigue or stress fractures is one in which there is no initial overt break in bone continuity. Rather, there is a gradual alteration in bone architecture as a result...
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Fracture of the Femoral Neck in Children: Report of 4 cases

Cho JL, Kim KH, Kim SJ, Park KJ

Fractures of the neck of the femur in children are so rare that none has a great experience of them. Therefore the literature is scanty and no detailed study of...
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A Clinical Study on the Treatment of Medical Collateral Ligament Injuries

Lee HY, Lee KW, Koo JB

In military training, the knee joint is more susceptible to trauma than any other joint in the body. Chronic knee instability is a difficult problem for both the patient and...
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A Clinical Study on Ligamentous Injuries of the Knee

Kim KH, Choi IY, Choi CS

It has been well known that the knee joint is burdened on motion and weight bearing and structurally, it is more frequently injuried than other joints. Injuries to the ligaments...
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A Clinical Study on the Trochanteric Fracture of Adult

Park KY, Kim HS, Hong KS

Complications after surgical treatment of trochanteric fracture such as varus deformity or delayed union are frequent and there are many difficulties to maintain the stability of fragments because of the...
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The Expreience of Treatment of Trochanteric Fracture of the Femur

Rah SK, Choi CU, Kim HH, Yoon CS, Lim BK

It has been emphasized that the treatment of choice for the trochantric fracture of the femur is open reduction and rigid internal fixation to reduce complications by early ambulation. The...
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