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Poland's Syndrome: A Case Report

Lee YS, Yang HS, Cho MC

Poland's syndrome is congenital anomaly which was described first by Alfred Poland in 1841. The clinical features are variable but always include congenital aplasia of fingers and syndactyly. We have...
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Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: 2 Cases Report

Lee YS, Yang HS, Cho YW

The Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is a familial disorder of connective tissue, and seven distinct clinical forms are reported. Author experienced two cases of the type 3 Ehlers-Danlos syndrome which present hypermobility...
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Telangiectatic Osteosarcoma: A Report of Case

Lee HK, Ahn GH, Lee SH, Yu ES

A case of telangiectatic osteosarcoma of the proximal tibia of left leg in 19-year-old man was reported. Radiologically the tumor was aneccentric blow-out osteolytic lesion simulating aneurysmal bone cyst. Pathologically...
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Posterior Interosseous Nerve Syndrome: Report of 4 Cases

Yoo CI, Song JH, Park SH, Kim JI

Entrapment of the posterior interosseous nerve is an uncommon syndrome characterized by an inability to extend the fingers and thumb. This entity bas become recognized increasingly since reported in 1966...
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Treatment of Kienbock's Disease Using Fascia Latae: Two Cases Report

Kang JD, You MK, Yoo HJ, Lee JH

Avascular necrosis of the carpal lunate (Kienbock's Disease) was first described by Peste in 1843. It's etiology is still unknown. Since Lippman, in 1949, there have been many operative treatments...
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Arthroscopic Adhesiolysis of Postoperative Knee Ankylosis: Case Report 5 Cases

Bae DK, Cha SG

The 5 patients, who had severe limitation of knee motion following open operative procedures, and were treated by the percutaneous release of adhesions under arthroscopy, were reviewed. The range of...
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Synovial Chondromatosis

Kang CS, Song KS, Pyun YS, Shon SW, Kwon YC, Kim GD

Synovial chondromatosis is an uncommon benign lesion characterized by metaplastic cartilage formation within the synovial connective tissue which disintegrates into the joint and continues to grow. Of the eight cases...
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Reapir of the Torn Achilles Tendon, Using the Plantaris Tendon

Kang JD, You MK, Yoo HJ, Ha PS

A major problem in the repair of the torn Achilles tendon has been providing the restoration of the anatomic continuity such that virtually normal plantar flexion power and ankle mobility...
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Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Knee

Hwang CD, Lee JJ, Kang SY, Koh KM

Osteochondritis dissecans is a condition in which part of the articular surface of a joint separates, due to a plane of cleavage through the subchondral bone. It is found most...
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A Clinical Study for Open Fracture of the Tibia

Park MR, Chung HK, Kim KH, Choi IY

Recently, the incidence of open fracture of tibial shaft has risen as a result of rapid increase in automobile and industrial accidents. The open fracture of tibial shaft is extremely...
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The Clinical Study of Subtrochanteric Fracture of the Femur

Kang CS, Song KS, Pyun YS, Shon SW, Kwon YC, Park OJ

The Subtrochanteric fracture requires long period healing time and is difficult for treatment because it occurs in bone that is predominantly cortical and high stress concentrates in this region. The...
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Clinical Study of Fracture of the Intercondylar Eminence of the Tibia

Han CD, Lee JY

Fracture of intercondylar eminerce of the tibia indicate probable alteration of the cruciate ligament stability in the knee and occur from hyperextension injury of the knee and violent internal rotation...
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Ipilateral Fracture of Femur and Tibia

Han CD, Kim HJ

Seventy consecutive ipsilateral fracture of the femur and tibia in sixty-eight patients from December 1974 through December 1984 treated at Severance Hospital were analysed in clinical and radiological aspect. 1....
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Arthroscopic Study of the Separated Suprapatellar Bursa

Lee BI, Rah SK, Choi CU, Kim YI, Lee JC

A clinical application of the arthroscopy to the three hundred symptomatic knees were performed, and seven knees with a symptomatic seprated suprapatellar bursa were successfully managed and followed by arthroscopic...
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Comparison Study Between Rush Nailing and Ender Nailing in the Treatment of Fracture of the Tibial Shft

Lee IJ, Moon MS, Chang JH, Cha SH

Fracture of the tibial shaft is one of the most common fracture of the long bones and, due to its frequency and easy accessibility to traumatic insults, it is frequently...
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Dystrophic Calcification Following Anterior Tibial Compartment Syndrome

Shim JI, Kim DE, Choi YJ, Kim TS, Hwang HH

Usually the histologic response of muscle to the ischemia range from mild, reversible change to extensive necrosis and fibrosis in the case of anterior tibial compartment syndrome. But dystmphic calcification...
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Monteggia Fracture

Rowe SM, Shin HH

In 1814, Monteggia first described a fracture of proximal third of the ulna with a dislocation of radial head. The clinical importance of this fracture is that when the ulna...
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Clinical Observation of Acute Suppurative Arthritis of Hip Joint with Osteomyelitis Proximal Portion of the Femur

Jeong HY, Shin HK

Acute suppurative arthritis of the hip joint with osteomyelitis in proximal portion of the femur has more common complication and late sequelae and is more difficult of treatment than acute...
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Tratment of Pathological Fractures in Metastatic Bone Tumors

Kim JD, Ko JR, Lee HY

Better palliative management of patients with disseminated cancer has prolonged their lives but has raised the incidence of pathologic fractures in their variable lives. The essence of treatment is to...
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