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Gluteus Maximus Fibrosis: Report of 3 Cases

Jung KY, Yu MG, Cho SH

The fibrosis involved in gluteus maximus causing limitation of flexion and adduction of the hip has become a recognized clinical entity since the first report by Fernandez de Valderrma in...
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A Clinical Study of Supracondylar Fractures of the Humerus in Children

Park BC, Kim ID, Lee SY, Ihn JC, Park IH

Supracondylar fracture of the humerus is the most common fracture about the elbow in children and much has been written about its treatment and the prevention of both Volkmann's ischemia...
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The Therapeutic Effects of Piroxicam in Acute Musculoskeletal Lesions

Lee EW, Kim HK

Total 76 patients with acute painful musculoskeletal problems were treated with piroxicam, newly developed non steroidal-anti-inflammatory drug. Patients were divided into three groups, i.e. 1) acute low back strain or...
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Brodie's Abscess: A Case Report

Kim HS, Hong KS, Gil SH

Brodie's abscess is a primary subacute pyogenic osteomyelitis that has a thin wall of fibrous tissue and sclerotic bone. The authors have encountered a case of a Brodie's abscess that...
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Paget's Disease of Bone: 1 Case Report

Rhee KJ, Hwang DS, Yune SH, Lee JK, Lee DI

Paget's disease is a disorder of middle or older aged persons in which abnormal osteoclastic and osteoblastic activity spontaneously occurs within the affected portion of any particular bone or bones....
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The Painful Os Subfibulare: Report of Four Cases

Lee WK, Ahn SO, Lee M, Shin KH

The os subfibulare is a relatively uncommon bony anomaly of the foot. It is usually found between the malleolus and talus and ossifies during adolescence or preadolescence. It can be...
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A 2 Cases of Ectopic Bone Formation Treated by Radiation Therapy

Lee CJ, Yang YS, Ahn BM, Lee IS

It is generally accepted that ectopic bone should be removed after full maturation. Removal of immature ectopic bone was attempted combined with immidiate postoperative irradiation to suppress its recurrence. The...
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Hematogenous Osteomyelitis in Children

Sohn SK, Park SR, Park CI, Lee YS

After the discovery of penicillin by Fleming in 1939, a great improvement in the treatment of osteomyelitis was obtained and the mortality rate in the acute stage was markedly decreased....
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The Clinical Results of Tension Band Wiring

Kwon CS, Seo KY, Lee SJ

We have experienced 52 intra-articular fractures(24 malleolar, 17 patellar, 11 olecranon) treated with tension band wiring from 1972 to 1981 and the results are as followings; 1. The operative technique...
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The Clinical Application of Tensor Fascia Lata Myocutaneous Free Flap: Two Cases Report

Cho JL, Lee KS, Kim KH, Lee JS

The increased knowledge of the cutaneous circulation of the body and refinements in surgical technique have provided the basis for the successful microvascular transfer of various muscle, skin and myocutaneous...
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Flexor Tendon Graft

Park BC, Kim ID, Lee SY, Ihn JC, Lyu YG

Flexor tendon grafting is a well-proved procedure for the restoration of tendon defects in the hand. The results are not entirely predictable, it offers a good expectation of successful outcome....
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Modified Weaver and Dunn Technique in the Treatment of Acromioclavicular Separation

Chung YK, Lee CJ, Chang IY, Ahn BM, Oh CR

Thirty one cases of acromioclavicular injuries were treated in both Kangnam Sacred Heart Hospital and Hangang Sacred Heart Hospital during the period from May 1974 to April 1981. Three cases...
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A Clinical Experience of Closed Intramedullary Nailing for Long Bone Fracture

Choi CU, Kim HH, Kim YI, Chang SS, Joo JQ

The new trial to apply the closed I-M nailing for 23 cases of long bone fracture has been used our department, loss of hematoma, further damage to periosteum and soft...
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Clinical Application of Arthroscopy in the Patients with Internal Derangement of the Knee

Seong SC, Lee CK, Cho SH, Lee HK, Hahn MS

We applied arthroscopy in the diagnosis of thirty four patients with internal derangement of the knee from March to August, 1982. Its results were compared with clinical diagnosis and arthrographic...
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Early Subtalar Fusion through Posterior Approach for severe Calcaneal Fractures involving Subtalar Joint: Clinical Survery

Jeong HY, Seoh MS, Kim SC

Calcaneal fractures of 45 feet in 40 patients were clinically analysed who were treated from September 1975 to October 1980. It is known that fracture of the calcanei in which...
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Quadricepsplasty for Extra-articular Ankylosis of Knee: Report of 12 Cases

You JW, Kang CJ

12 cases of Thompson's quadricepsplasty for extra-articular ankylosis of the knee joints which we experienced, were evaluated and analyzed. We obtained the following results. 1. Most of our cases had...
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Leg Length Equalization by Correction of Pelvic Obliquity and Acetabular Dysplasia

Lee DY, Kim YH, Hwang KC

Fixed pelvic obliquity refers to a composite deformity induced by contractures both above and below the pelvis and the elements of this deformity are frequently interrelated during the period of...
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The Result of Anterior Interbody Fusion in Spondyloysis and Spondylolisthesis

Kim KY, Jeon KP, Cho DY, Han SY

Spondylolisthesis and spondylolysis is one of the major causes of the low back pain and orthopaedic surgeons frequently encounter this problems with increasing tendency. In 19th century, spondylolisthesis had been...
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End result of the Percutaneous K-Wire Fixation for the Supracondylar Fractures of Humerus in Children

Kim KY, Kim YT, Han SY, Whang SW

Of 62 supracondylar fractures of the humerus in children treated for 10 years, 27 cases are described with follow-up study of 2 years and 6 months on average. These patients...
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Supracondylar Osteotomy in Cubitus Varus and Cubitus Valgus

Park WH, Park HK, Choi D

Cubitus varus and valgus is one of late complication of elbow fracture, and this deformity is caused usually by malunion in supracondylar fracture or epiphysial injury of the elbow joint....
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