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A Clinical Study on Pathologic Fractures

Kim YJ, Yoon SW, Yoon BS, Jeong DW

A pathologic fracture is a fracture of a bone with preexisting structural weakness. When considering the local treatment of pathologic fractures, those resulting from disorders which cause a generalized weakness...
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Extension Contracture of Both Hip Joints Secondary to Congenital Fibrous Bands of Both Gluteus Maximus Muscles: Case Report

Kim KS, Song YW, Park CS

Congenital fibrous bands may be found at the gluteus maximus, the gluteus medius,thequadriceqs,the triceps and the deltoideus muscles. Congenital fibrous bands of both gluteus maximus muscles are rare and cause...
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Intra - Articular Osteochondroma of the Knee: A Case Report

Woo YK, Moon MS, Yang SU

The intra-articular osteochondroma arising from soft tissue is very rare and has been reported less than a dozen cases in the English literature. This tumor is the result of extrasynovial...
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BCG Osteomyelitis: A Case Report

Kang JD, Yoo HJ, Jang SW, You MK

BCG osteomyelitis occurs in the infants and children as complication of BCG vaccination and its occurrence is very rare. It involves the metaphysis of the long bone and its development...
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Familiarly Developed Vitamine D Resistant Rickets: Case Report

Woo YK, Moon MS, Lee HD

Rickets is a syndrome, characterized pathophysiologically by a failure of normal mineralization of bone and epiphyseal cartilage and clinically by skeletal deformity in growing children. The five principal causes of...
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Intramedullary Ependymoma in the Spinal Cord: A Report of Two Cases

Kim KS, Song YW, Lee SS

We have experienced two cases of the intramedullary ependymomas in the cervicothoracic and thoracolumbar spinal cord. The myelographic studies showed complete block or fusiform filling defect of the dye and...
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Distal Femoral Fracture

Cho HO, Choi JS, Lee YG, Park JW, Son JH

Fractures involving joints and about the joints provide complex problems with small comminuted fractures, surrounding soft tissue injuries and articular cartilage damage. Various problems are also encountered on the weight...
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Reconstruction of the Posterior Cruciate Ligament Using the Medial Meniscus

Kim HS, Kim KH, Wee KM

Biomechanically, the posterior cruciate ligament has been considered the basic stabilizer in the knee, So a torn cruciate ligament should be sutured as soon as possible, otherwise within a few...
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Animal Experiment of Domestic Dynamic Compression Plate

Seong SC, Lee HK, Chung MS, Ahn GH, Shin MC, Lee KH, Lee SH

Dynamic compression plate, used in the orthopedic surgery as internal fixation system, should have excellent biocompatibility, corrosion resistance, and adequate mechanical properties. The object of this research was test of...
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Injuries by Martial Art “Taekwondo”

Moon MS, Lee IK, Chin KG, Lee JJ

No abstract available in English.
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Comparative Study of Absorbable Suture Material and Nonabsorbable Suture Material in Micro - Vascular Anastomosis: An Experimental Study on 1 mm Diameter Arterial Anastomosis in the Garotid Artery of Rat

Bae DK, Yoo MC, Kim DW

The suture materials influence the success of microvascular anastomosis importantly. The purpose of this experiment is to observe the effect of absorbable suture material and nonabsorbable suture material in microvascular...
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The Clinical Significancy of the Osteomedullography and Bone Scanning with Radioactive Isotopes in Open Fractures of the Shaft

Woo YK, Moon MS, Park MS, Park WK, Lim SH

In the orthopedic Department of Jeonbug National University Hospital, twenty-five open tibial shaft fractures were reviewed and analyzed with osteomedullography and bone scanning with radioactive isotopes from June 1981 to...
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Clinical Study of Acetabular Fracture

Woo YK, Moon MS, Park WK

It appears that frequency of fractures of the aceta ulum is increasing with the number of automobiles on our roads and when they occur they seem to pose difficulties of...
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Follow - up Evaluation after Saucerization of the Chronic Osteomyelitis of Long Bones

Kim BK, Ahn YS, Cho IH

From May, 1971 to June, 1984, we performed extensive saucerization on the chronic osteomyelitis of long bones eradicating all pathologic foci; not only sequestra but sclerotic involocurum and necrotic original...
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Clinical Evaluation of Degenerative Spondylolisthesis

Lee KS, Moon MS, Lee WC

The instability of the degenerative spondylolisthetic lumbar spine was clinically evaluated by patients symptoms and serial radiograms. With X-ray films of patients lumbar spine, the lumbosacral angle, the sacral angle,...
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A Clinical Study of the Tibial Plateau Fractures

Chung YK, Cho WH, Chang IY, Jeong WJ

The tibial plateau fracture is a fracture of the proximal end of the tibia, involving the weight bearing articular surface. This fracture often presents some problems in treatment and prognosis,...
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Changes in Impulse Discharge of Muscular Afferent Fiber Activated by Lactic Acid

Kim YJ, Jeong DW, Hong SK

In anesthetized cats the effects of lactate-activated muscle spindle upon the group Ia muscular afferent fibers were studied. Laminectomy was done from L5 to Sl spinal cord level. Extracellular recording...
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