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5 Cases of Fat Embolism

Sohn SK, Park SR, Park CI, Kim WY

The fat embolism is often major camplication of major trauma and demands the attention of physicians treating patients with bony injury. We have experienced 5 cases of fat embolism. In...
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Clinical Study on Trochanteric Fractures of Femur

Sohn SK, Park SR, Park CI, Kim WY

The trochanteric region of femur is composed of cancellous bone, and so trochanteric fractures are seldome subject to the complication of non-union or proximal fragment necrosis. Cinicians agree that these...
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Talar Tilt Angle(A Comparative Study with Sagittal Mobility of the Normal Ankle)

Kim ID, Ihin JC, Lee SY, Kwon KW, Lyu YG

The object of this study was to determine the physiological range of talar tilt angle of the Korean and to establish the basis for diagnosis and treatment of the lateral...
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Anatomical Study Designed to Clarify the Mechanism of the Pivot Shift

Kim ID, Ihin JC, Lee SY, Kwon KW, Ahn MH

There has been much dispute about the pathomechanics and the significance of the test even among the most competent surgeons in this field. Some have claimed that the posterolateral capsule...
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Charcot Joint of the Knee

Kang CN, Wang JM, Choi KH, Oh SH

In 1868 Charcot described the join in tabes dorsalis, which since then has been designated as Charcot neuroarthropathy. It is characterized by painless swelling and abnormal mobility of the affected...
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A Case Report of Congenital Arteriovenous Fistula

Lee KS, Kim KH, Lee CW

The altered hemodynamics of arteriovenous fistul lead to overvascularization with trophic hypertrophy of a part or ulceration and tissue necrosis following local circulatory decompensation. A twenty years old female had...
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A Case of Traumatic Dislocation of PeroneaI Tendons

Rha JD, Lee SH

Traumatic dislocation of peroneal tendons is caused by sudden dorsiflexion of the foot accompanied by a powerful contraction of peroneal muscles. This tears the peroneal retinaculum and allows the tendons...
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A Case of Dislocation of the Hamte Bone

Oh SH, Kim KD, Yoon HS, Roh KJ

Dislocation of the hemate bone is very rare. There is no reported case in Korea. The mechanism of injury may be attributed to direct trauma. We have experiened a case...
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A Case of Os Subtibiale

Kwon SW, Lee WG, Lee JO

Os Subtibiale, inconstant bone over the tip of the medial malleolus, is the very unusual findings and extreme rarity of the condition. We experienced a case of Os subtibiale in...
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Two Cases Reports of Infantile Cortical Hyperostosis

Kim HS, Hong KS, Hong KD

The infantile cortical hyperostosis is relatively rare unknown cause disease. After the first report of a case of this was that of caffey in 1945, this disease is increasing in...
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Free Second Toe-to-Index Transplantation for Index Reconstruction

Yoo MC, Ahn JW, Kang SH, Yoo SK

The development of a safe method of transfer of the greater toe for thumb reconstruction, using dorsalis pedis artery and the great saphenous vein, suggested the possibility of one stage...
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Osteocutaneous Free Flap Transfer by Microsurgical Technique

Lee KS, Kim KH, Wee KM, Kim SI

A microvascular osteocutaneous free flap is totally detached from its origin and reattached at a distant site, in one stage, by the use of microvascular anastomosis to maintain its viability....
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Total Hip Arthroplasty on Paralytic Hips: Two Case Report on Poliomyelitic and Cerebral Palsied Hips

Lee DY, Song HS, Chang JS

We performed total hip arthroplasty on a young male adult with paralytic dislocation of the hip due to poliomyelitis. Because of extreme shortening, as well as instability and weakness, the...
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Synovial Chondromatosis

Kang CS, Shon SW, Lee JY

Synovial chondromatosis is an uncommon benign lesion characterized by multiple cartilagenous and osteocartilagenous nodules of the synovium and loose bodies. The affection is monoarticular and most commonly involves the knee...
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Total Hip Replacement for Ankylosed and Deformed Hip

Kim YM, Song HS, Chiang GH

It is well known that the merit of total hip replacement is to provide rather satisfactory range of motion with relief of pain among reconstructive procedures. Therefore it is presumed...
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A Clinical Study on Chronic Osteomyelitis of Adult Long Bones

Kim HT, Nam JO, Park BH

The chronic osteomyeltis of the adult long bones has different problems from the acute osteomyelitis and osteomyelitis of the children. The ischemic scar tissues and infected bones of the chronic...
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Treatment of Chronic Osteomyelitis by Using Antibiotic-Acrylic Bone Cement Composites: Preliminary Report of 7 Cases

Ahn JH, Yoo MC, Oh MH

Antibiotic-acrylic bone cement composites demonstrated antibacterial activity as a result of diffusion of antibiotic from bone cement into surrounding enviroment, accordingly, the use of antibiotic incorporation to bone cement for...
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Computerized Tomography in Orthopedic Surgery

Yoo MC, Lee SH, Ahn JW, Song YH, Khang SM

The utility of computerized tomogaphy in the study of the anatomy, and pathology of the musculoskeletal system has been the subject of considerable interest since the introduction of CT scanning....
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Treatment of Giant Cell Tumor of Bone

Lee SH, Suk SI, Lee WC

22 cases of giant cell tumor of bone treated between 1973 and 1979 have been reviewed after a miaimum follow-up of two years and following results were obtaind. 1. Fourteen...
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The Significance of Bone Scan in Malignant Bone Tumors

Lee HK, Chiang GH, Han TR

Bone scans with 99mTc-methylene diphosphonate were analysed in 44 patients with biopsy proven malignant bone tumor who admitted Department of Orthopedic Surgery in Seoul National University Hospital from March 1979...
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