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Parathyroid Carcinoma Causing Hyperparathyroidism: A Case Report

Kim SB, Lee JH, Hwang JD, Moon HB

A case of carcinoma of the parathyroid gland causing hyperparathyroidism was experienced at the department of orthopaedic surgery, C.A.F.G.H. This patient, a 23 years old male, had complained of a...
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Suprascapular Nerve Entrapment Syndrome: A Case Report

Kim DS, Lee JH, Hwang JD, Han TR

The suprascapular nerve entrapment syndrome is a rare neuropathy. Clein described the frist case report of this syndrome and operative procedure in 1975. The cardinal sign is pain in and...
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Subperiosteal Ganglion: A Case Report

Ha KI, Hahn SH, Jung MY, Jang HS, Kang MJ

Ganglia are ubiquitous but periosteal ganglion is rare. This case is presented showing an unusual radiological picture. The radiological picture with honey combed appearance is striking. Previaus reports have stressed...
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Eosinophilic Granuloma of the Proximal Humeral Epiphysis: A Case Report

Suk SI, Lee JW

Eosinophilic granuloma of bone is the most common variant of histiocytosis X. Most of the lesions occur in the skull, ribs, spine or long bone and may be single or...
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Congenital Pseudarthrosis of Bones of the Forearm: A Case Report

Lee DY, Won CH

Congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia is a relatively rare but well known entity. Aside from the fibula, which is aften associated with tibia, the clavicle is probably the next preponderant...
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The Clinical Study of Non-union of Phalages in the Hand

Kim KY, Cho DY, Kwon SJ

Fractures of the phalanges of the hand are very common. Many are minor and likely to have a good result. However many other phalangeal fractures cause significant and prolonged disability....
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Dupuytren's contracture: Report of 12 cases

Kang ES, Kim HJ

We experienced 12 cases of 8 patients Duputren's contracture, which is a rare disease entity and characterized by proliferative fibroplasia of the subcutaneous palmar aponeurosis and contracture of the palmar...
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Volar Interdigital flap in the Treatment of Syndactyly

Chung MS, Chung PH, Lo M

Syndactyly is one of most common congenital anomalies of the limb. We reviewed 89 webs of 40 patient with syndactyly which had been treated at Seoul National University Hospital from...
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Combined Procedure of Open Reduction and Shortening of the Femur in Treatment of C.D.H. in Older Children

Yang H, Park JG, Choi JS, Cho HO, Lee YG

Older children with neglected ongenital dislocation of the hip is not easily reduced. Even if reduction is achieved, the overstretched muscle tends to resume its original length, provoking either a...
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Singificance of Bone Scan in the Early Diagnosis of Acute Osteomyelitis

Kim SK, Lee HK

Bone imagings have played important role in early detection of acute osteomyelitis. In acute osteomylitis, bone scan findings precede the appearance of bone change on radiograph. Also, recent studies have...
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Vascularized Fibula Graft for Restoration of the Large Bone Defect

Yoo MC, Kim BK, Bae SW, Oh DC

We analyzed 34 cases of large bone defect caused by trauma, infection and tumor resection from July, 1979 to June, 1985. The bony defect were restored by vascularized fibular graft...
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Replantations of Amputated Limbs and Digits: An analysis of 200 replantations

Yoo MC, Kim BK, Chung DW, Han JS, Bhyun SY

We studied two hundread cases of replantations-61 cases of major limb replantation and 139 cases of finger replantation. 53 of 179 patients had multiple amputation. The most common cause of...
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An Experimental Evaluation of Microvascular Grafts

Hahn SB, Han DY, Jahng JS

Vascular grafts are often required in clinical stiuations to bridge arterial or venous grafts. Numerous studies exist in the literature concerning the results of such arterial and venous graft of...
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Clinical Study of Supracondylar Fractures of the Humerus in Children

Jeong WM, Park JG, Choi JS, Cho HO, Lee YG

The most common fracture about the elbow joint in chilren is a supracondylar fracture. The displaced fracture is difficult to manage due to the potential danger of Volkmann's ischemia, nerve...
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The Use of Ender Nails in Fractures of the Tibial Shaft

Kim KW, Kim SL, Ko HS, Oh WJ, Park CW

Twenty one cases of adult tibial shaft fractures were fixed with flexible intramedullary nails at the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Kang Nam General Hospital. The results are summerized as follows;...
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The Shape of Küntscher nail for Treatment of Tibial Shaft Fractures

Kim BK, Kim KT, Kim SH, Kim KY

We have experienced 40 cases of the tibial shaft fractures treated with Küntscher nail from 1979 to 1986. Authors analysed these cases and our own experimental study concerned with the...
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A Clinical Study of Subtrochanteric Fractures of the Femur

Park BM, Han DY, Kim SJ, Ahn EH

Management of subtrochanteric fractures of the femur is difficult because of the high mechanical stresses in this region; furthermore, the bone here is mainly cortical and comminution is frequent. These...
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Diagnostic study of the Computerized Tomography for the Acetabular fracture

Kim JY, Cho WS, Kim YJ, Kim BH

The value of the computed tomography(CT) in the diagnosis of the pelvic bone (especially acetabulum) is being explored. Simple radiographic projections, including specially designed views, although very helpful, often can...
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Clinical Study of Computerized Tomography for the Fracture of the Spine

Yune SH, Rhee JK, Ahn SR, Rha SY, Park CH

We have reviewed our experiences of computerized tomography(CT) in the fracture of the spine. Between December 1983 and June 1985, we treated 33 fractures of the spine in 32 patients....
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A Clinical Study of the Myelography Using Metrizamide

Choi CU, Kim YI, Lee BI, Jang JM

The birth of myelography was presaged by Dandy's classic description of pneumoencephalography in 1919. After then, many contrast media, such as Pantopaque, Lipiodol, Abrodil, Dimer-X, and Conray-60, were developed and...
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