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Aggressive Osteoblastoma: A case report

Park JS, Yoon SW, Kim YJ, Shin MK, Won NH

Osteoblastoma is a rare tumor which forms osteoid and bone with highly vascular stroma, account for less than 1 percent of all bone tumors. The lesion had been though to...
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Histiocytosis-X: A Case Report

Kim KH, Park JG, Choi JS, Cho HO, Lee YG

Histiocytosis-X has several mode of presentation, from the mildest solitary eosinophilic granuloma of bone to the most severe, with multiple granulomata in bones and soft tissues. This disease previously described...
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Sacrococcygeal Chordoma

Kim HJ, Kim JD, Lee HY, Sohn SK

Sacrococcygeal chordoma is a rare malignant tumor which is believed to take its origin from remnants of the fetal notochord, and presents in the sacral hollow or occasionally posteriorly. The...
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Larsen's syndrome: A Case Report

Park BM, Han CD, Lee YT

Larsen's syndrome is a very rare deformity, which is characterized by multiple congenital dislocations with a characteristic facial abnormality. The authors experienced a case of typical Larsen's syndrome that had...
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Hand Tumors

Choi IH, Lee HK, Kim YM, Chung MS, Sung SC, Hwang KY, Kang HJ, Shim JS

Hand tumors arise from the skin, subcutaneous tissue, tendons, nerves, blood vessels, and bones, and are of many different types. Most of them are benign but malignant lesions also occur,...
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Ultrastructural Changes of Skeletal Muscle in Tourniquet Ischemic

Kim ID, Lee SY, Kim PT, Park BC, Ahn MJ

Muscles from three patients were obtained during continuous ischemic periods and were investigated ultrastructural changes to know the reversible tourniquet time. Tourniquet was applied for periods lasting between 60 minutes...
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The Treatment of Fractures of the Femur using Nylon Cerclage: A Report of 3 Cases

Bae DK, Kim YY, Kim BH

Historically, cerclage has gained a bad reputation because of the early unfavorable results with the Parham band and subsequent further poor results with wire cerclage. The treatment and management of...
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Wrist Arthrodesis using Radial Sliding Graft in the Treatment of Wrist Tuberculosis: Report of 4 Cases

Kim ID, Lee SY, Kim PT, Park BC, Seo JS

Four patients with advanced tuberculosis of the wrist joint were treated with curettage & radial sliding graft to obtain radiometacarpal fusion. After each follow-up, their results were complete relief of...
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Clinical Study of Macrodactyly

Chung MS, Park YS, Chung PH

No abstract available in English.
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A Study of Fabella

Sohn CD, Yoon SW, Kim YJ

The fabella, a sesamoid bone that occasionally is found in humans on the gliding surface of the lateral head of the gastrocnemius, is a sign of an atavistjc pattern. The...
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Amputation of Four Limbs and Prosthetics A Clinical Comparison Between Myoelectric Prosthesis and Conventional Prostheisis

Hahn SB, Park BM, Lee JY

Amputation is an unpleasant affair, generating a very negative aura that must be consciously combated. For optimal care of amputation, the surgeon needs not only to be comprehensive trained in...
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Vascularized Fibular Epiphysis and Epiphyseal Plate Transplantation

Yoo MC, Ahn JH, Lee BS

The injury of the epiphysis or epiphyseal plate produces undesirable effects on the normal growth of the bone, such as bone bridge, growth arrest and angular deformity. Authors performed vascularized...
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Clinical Analysis of Freee Vascular Flap

Yoo MC, Chung DW, Han JS, Ahn JH, Cha SG

70 cases free fiap were performed from March 1978 to July 1985. The donor fiap were dorsalis pedis flap in 34 cases, groin flap in 8 cases, osteocutaeous flap in...
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A Clinical Study of Replantation of Amputated Digits

Kim ID, Lee SY, Kim PT, Park BC, Park JT

Since the first successful replantation of incompletely amputated digit was performed by Kleinert in 1962, Komatsu and Tamai reported the successful replantation of a completely amputated thumb in 1965. Nowadays,...
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Elective Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Upper Limb

Hahn SB, Park BM, Kim JS

From March 1983, 20 patients had undergone reconstruction of the upper limb with 22 vascularized composite tissue grafts. The microsurgical procedures had several advantages for reconstruction of injured upper limbs...
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Reconstructive Surgery for Old Ligament Injuries of the Knee

Seong SC, Chung MS, Tae SK, Won CH, Cho SH

Reconstructive surgeries for old ligament injuries of the knee vary according to the site and nature of injury as well as the age, health, physical demand and cartilage condition of...
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A Clinical Study of Frostbite

Lee HA, Park YW

This report is a clinical review of 58 patients suffering from frostbite, who were treated at the department orthopedic surgery, Seoul City Dong Bu Hospital from November 1982 to March...
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Contracture of the Hip Secondary to Fibrosis of the Gluteus Maximus Muscle

Yoo MC, Lee SE, Han JS, Cho IH, Hwang YG

Four patients were treated who had limited flexion of the hips and various degrees of contracture of the abduction and external rotator muscles because of fibrosis of the gluteus maximus...
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The Treatment of Acromioclavicular separation

Choi IS, Lee DS, Lim JK, Song JS

There are many procedures for treatment of injuries of acromioclavicular separation, but still controversies concerning the best management of these injuries. From March 1981 to August 1984 at Masan Korea...
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The Surgical Treatment of Trochanteric Fracture

Hur WY, Yoo HJ, Kang JD

The incidence of trochanteric fracture of the femur is increasing, which is likely to continue for many years because of an increase in traffic accidents and the population of elderly...
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