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Traumatic Double Dislocation of Clavicle: Report of a Case

Cho KH, Kim DH, Kang SI, Oh JG

Dislocation of both ends of clavicle is a rare injury. It was first described by porral in 1831. By 1923 Beckman had reported the sixteenth case, and a eighteenth was...
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Dysplasia Epiphysialis Punctata: A Case Report

Lee HB, Ha SH, Oh SK, Kang CJ, Kim YC

Dysplasia epiphysialis punctata is a rare congenital disorder of infancy affecting in particular cartilage, muscle, jointtcapsules and the eyes. A case of dysplasia epiphysialis punctata with involvement of all epiphyses...
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A Clinical Study of Traumatic Dislocation of the Knee Joint: Analysis of 7 Cases

Chung YK, Lee KB, Young WK

Traumatic dislocation of the knee joint occurs very infrequently, but is one of the true emergencies in the orthopedic field. It is a serious injury, associated with extensive soft tissue...
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Pudendal Nerve Neurapraxia Associated with Traction on the Fracture Table: A Case Report

Park JC, Kim BJ

Sexual impotence from positioning on the fracture table is rare complication. We are reporting a case of pudendal nerve neurapraxia associated with pressure from the perineal post of the fracture...
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The Treatment of Unicameral Bone Cysts by Topical Injection of Methylprednisolone Acetate: Reaport of 4 Cases

Kim KH, Whang KS, Kim TS, Song BY

Unicameral bone cysts have been treated by variable surgical methods, but reported with high recurrent rates. Recently, the treatment of unicameral bone cyst by topical injection of methylprednisolone acetate has...
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Eosinophilic Granuloma of Bone

Park BM, Hahn SB, Seo IK

Eosinophilic granuloma of bone, characteristically a disease of children and young adults, is the most benign variant of histiocytosis X. This benign bone destructive lesion is characterized by the presence...
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Ossifying Fibroma: 3 Cases Report

Park BM, Jahng JS, Kang ES, Hahn SB, Kang JS

Ossifying fibroma is one of a group of fibro-osseous lesion which arises typically within the jaw bone and only rarely affects the long bones. In 1966, Kempson described two patients...
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Tratment of the Nail Bed Avulsion Injury with Split-thickness Nail Bed Graft

Kim SK, Oh JY, Oh SJ

The primary goal in the treatment of the nail bed avulsion injury is complete regrowing of the nail plate without any deformity. There are many procedures for treatment of the...
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Chondroma of Soft Tissue: A Case Report

Cho KJ, Kang SY, Hwang JD, Mun HB

A case of chondroma of soft tissue of right hand in 23-year old man was reported. The presenting symptom was a slow growing mass, causing mild tenderness. Radiologic examination revealed...
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The Effect of Sliding Inlay Bone Graft with Cancellous Chip Bone Graft in Non-Union or Delayed Union of the Tibia

Jeong YH, Kang TJ, Jeong HY

In the treament of the non-union or delayed union of the long bone, it is very difficult to achieve union. We have experienced 15 cases of non-union or delayed union...
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Clinical Study of Acute Osteomyelitis in Children

Kwon KW, Lee CW

The treatment of acute osteomyelitis has been much improved with the development of better antibiotics, but still a number of problems have remained unsolved. To find out possible problems in...
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Closed Intramedullary Nailing of Femoral Shaft Fractures

Roh YW, Lee TS, Lee KW

Since May 1981, the standard method of treatment of the femoral shaft fractures at the Daejeon EuIji Deneral Hospital has been the closed intramedullary nailing technique of Kuntscher. We performed...
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Arthrography in Congenital Dislocation of the Hip

Kim KY, Seo JG, Jung DE

Arthrography is an invaluable procedure in critically verifyging the concentricity of closed reduction and the optimum position of stability. And it is known to be the most accurate and certain...
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Postoperative Rehailitation of Ligamentous Injury of Knee Using Limited Motion Brace

Kim JM, Park CS

The authors have reviewed 46 cases (38 males and 8 females) with ligamentous injuries of the knee in the Department. of Orthopaedic Surgery, St. Mary's Hostpital, Catholic Medical College and...
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A Clinical Study on Ipsilateral Fracture of the Femur and Tibia

Kang CJ, Oh SK, Ha SH, Shin DM

Thirty-three cases of the fracture of the femur and tibia on the same limb were treated at the Orthopedic Department of the Chosun University Hospital during the period from January...
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Experimental Studies of the Fibrin-Adhesive-System in Osteochondral Fractures

Kim SS, Moon EJ, Kim HK

A new fibrinogen system, consisting of highly concentrated fibrinogen and thrombin, is going to be applied in many clinical fields. Especially in injuries of the cartilagenous joint surface as chondral...
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A Clinical Analysis of Treatment of Intertrochanteric Fractures between the Fixation with Ender Nail and Sliding Screw Plate

Kim SS, Cho WS, Kim JY, Kim YJ

The incidence of the interochanteric fracture of femur is increasing and this increase is likely to continue for many years due to increase of traffic accident and old people. The...
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Surface Replacement of The Hip with the THARIES System

Kim KH, Choi IY, Whang KS, Song BY

The aims of the Tharies replacement are to preserve bone stock and provide a more physiological and anatomical replacement using eccentic shells with the hope that long term durability will...
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A Clinical Study of 52 Cases of Posterolaterally Fused Lumbar spines

Moon MS, Ok IY, Lee KS, Yoon HY

The aim of the spine fusion is to obtain the stability of the spine. Spinal fusion have been used for the treatment of tuberculosis and arrest of the progress of...
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Conservative Treatment of Tuberculosis of the Spine

Moon MS, Woo YK, Park YO

Tuberculosis of the spine is still prevalent in many parts of the world and still remains as an important orthopaedic problem in Korea. Moreover, spinal tuberculosis is the most common...
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