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Giant Cell Tumor Involving the Sixth Cervical Spine: One Case Report

Chung YK, Cho WH, Park JS, Chang IY, Cho SH

While a giant cell tumor most frequently involves the distal end of the femur and proximal end of the tibia, involvement of the cervical spine is quite rare. Recently we...
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Poymyositis; A Case Report

Kim JY, Kim YJ, Seong BY, Kim YJ

Polymyositis is uncommon, nonsuppurative Connective tissue disorder. We have experienced a case of polymyositis. Patient was a 20-y.ear old female in good healthy appearance with history of mild, progressive muscle...
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Rhabdomyosarcoma of the Lower Leg in Newborn

Yoo CI, Song JH, Park SH

Rhabdomyosarcoma which was first described by Weber has generally been considered an uncommon tumor of striated muscle. Recently it was classified as four types as embryonal, alveolar, pleomorphic, and botryoid...
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Solitary Benign Neurilemmoma of the Sciatic Nerve, 2 Case Report

Park MS, Choi HR

Neurilemmoma is a benign neoplasm arising from the Schwann cell of the nerve sheath. They are usually painless and are most common in the upper extremity. Pathologically, neurilemmoma is encapsulated...
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Total Hip Replacement in Painful Stiff and Deformed Hips

Park YC, Lee HY

Total hip replacement is an available rnethod of treatment for various causes of disabled hips in adults, especially in painful stiff hips. In many cases, malposition has led to degenrative...
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Treatment of Congenital Pseudarthrosis of the Tibia with Electrical Stimulation

Bae DK, Yoo MC, Kim CK, Ahn YS

We performed a clinical study of the effect of electrical current on the congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia from May, 1980 to January, 1984. Eight congenital pseudarthrosis were treated with...
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Computerized Tomography after Closed Reduction of Traumatic Hip Dislocations

Lee SH, Lee KD, Cho TH, Kim SB

Computerized tomography has been used in the evaluation of the intracranial lesions. Recently the usage of computerized tomography has progressively widened in many fields of clinical practice. In orthopedics computerized...
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Clinical Study on Open Fractures of the Tibial Shaft

Chung WK, Roh YW, Kim TW, Byun CS, Shin KS

Open fractures of the shaft of the tibia occur frequently because of the progression of industrialization, Different methods of treatment have been advocated as regards the care of the open...
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A Clinical Study of the Ankle Fractures

Hwang DS, Yune SH, Lee JK, Kim ON

The authors has been reviewed the 123 cases, 119 patients of ankle fracture that were treated through the admission and outpatient Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Chungnam National University, from September,...
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Clinical Observation of Acute Suppurative Arthritis of Hip in Infants and Children

Choi IS, Park DR

Suppurative arthritis of the hip joint in infants and children is always a serious disease. In management of suppurative arthritis of the hip joint, early diagnosis and treatment is far...
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A Clinical Observation on Spinal Stenosis

Yoo CI, Song JH, Choi TH

A clinical observation was made on 35 patients who were admitted to the Department of Orthopedic Sugery, Busan National University Hospital, 29 of whom had undergone operation from January 1979...
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A Clinical Study of Traumatic Epiphyseal Plate Fracture

Cho JL, Kim KH, Kim SJ, Yoon YC

In paediatric orthopaedic, it has been discovered that the fracture of the epiphyseal plate may cause not only growth disturbances but also progressive deformity upon appendicular skeleton of a growing...
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The Clinical Observation on Acetabular Fracture

Yoo CI, Song JH, Kim CY

The clinical observation was performed on 32 patients of acetabular fracture, who had been admitted and treated at Department of Orthopedic Surgery, College of Medicine, Busan National University from January...
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The Effects of the Flexible and Rigid External Fixation on the Fracture Healing: An Experimental Study in Rabbits

Lee HK, Chung MS, Kang KS

In order to compare the effects of the flexible external fixations with the rigid one on fracture healing, rabbits tibiae were fractured surgically and each fracture were immobilized with external...
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Effect of Buttress Graft in Anterior Fusion for Spinal Tuberculosis

Kim BK, Han CS, Hwang YG

Long term follow-up study was done on 38 cases of anterior fusion for spinal tuberculosis especially about effect of buttress graft. The average follow-up period was 16 months. 14 cases...
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Popliteal Artery Injury Associated with Severe Knee Trauma

Yoo MC, Ahn JW, Kim BK, Jang SG, Cho IH

Fracture dislocation or dislocation of the knee can produce a popliteal artery injury that may be difficult to evaluate clinically. Diagnosis of disruption or thrombosis of the popliteal artery is...
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Serial Bone Scans According to Fracture Healing in Tibia

Yoo MC, Jang SG, Hwang YG

Total 40 cases of serial bone scans with Tc99-m-MDP performed on less than 24 hour, 2nd day, 3rd day, 5th day, 1 week, 4 week, 12 week and 1 year...
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Basic Study on the Effect of Korean Ginseng upon Fracture Healing of the Bone

Lee HK, Chung MS, Yoon GS

This study was planned by the necessities of basic information about the effects of Korean Ginseng upon fracture healing and biomechanical properties of bone. Three hundred white mice were used...
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Treatment of Non - tuberculous Infection of the Spine

Lee HK, Choi IH

During the period of 25 years from Apr. 1959 to Jan. 1984, 58 patients of non-tuberculous infec-tion of the spine (53 pyogenic osteomyelitis and 5 iatrogenic and primary discitis) were...
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Management of Unstable Thoraco - Lumbar Spine Fracture and Fracture - Dislocation with Fixation with Harrington Instrumentation and Harrington Instrumentation Supplemented with Segmental Wiring

Ahn JI, Kang YS, Won YO

Segmental wiring to treat the unstable fracture and fracture-dislocation of the thoraco-lumbar spine is more effective method than Harrington instrumentation as primary procedure which afforded immediate rigid internal fixation of...
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