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Metastatic Malignant Epitheloid Schwannoma: A Case Report

Kim GP, Lee BI, Kim YI, Choi CU, Kwon TJ, Lee DW

The malignant schwannoma is the primary malignant tumor, which originating from the schwann cell. The incidence is markedly rare. This malignancy is not uncommonly accompanied by von Recklinghausen's disease with...
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Familial Congenital Muscular Torticollis: A Case Report

Hwang SK, Lee KI

Hereditary theory was first proposed by Joachimsthal in 1905. However, a family history of congenital muscular torticollis is uncommon. This is a report of two female children who are interrelated...
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Dorsal Dislocation of the Metacarpophalangeal Joint of the Index Finger: A Case Report

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

The dislocation of metacarpophalangeal joint of the index is apparently rare injury and produeed by striking of the volar surface of the outstretched index against a resistent object. This injury...
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Experience of Vascularized Joint Transfer for Segmental Loss of M-P Joint: A Case Report

Lee EW, Chun JM, Ha YJ

Restoration of the M-P joint of a damaged or lost joint by trauma, tumor and others is necessary for adequate function of the hand. Several procedure have been described for...
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Apert Syndrome: A Report of One Case

Hwang JK, Lee DS, Lim JK, Song JS

Apert described acrocephalosyndactly as a clinical entity in 1906. The classic description of this syndrome includes patient with a combination of acrocephaly and syndactyly of either fingers, toes or both....
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Peripheral Neuroblastoma: A Report of One Case

Hong YK, Yoon SW, Kim YJ, Won NH

Neuroblastoma occurs most frequently in children. It, however, may occur in adults. The peripheral neuroblastoma in adult is a primitive neuroectodermal tumor arising from peripheral tumor arising from peripheral nerve....
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Lateral Subtalar Dislocation of the Talus: A Case Report

Kim KW, Kim SL, Ko HS, Tae SK, Oh WJ

Dislocation involving talus is a rare injury comprising less than 1% of all dislocations of the joint. One case of lateral subtalar di location of the talus treated at the...
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The Complex Dislocation of the Index Metacarpophalangeal Joint: Report of 6 Cases

Kim ID, Lee SY, Kim PT, Park BC, Choi YD

Dislocation of the metacapophalangeal joint of the finger is apparently rare except thumb. The mecchanism of injury seems to be direct injury that produces hyperextension of metacapophalangeal joints. In 1957,...
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Total Knee Replacement in Gonarthrosis

Bae DK, Yoo MC, Lee S, Kim YY

We studied the results in forty-three knees in thirty patients-three male and twenty seven femalewho had rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, traumatic arthritis and osteonecrosis in the knee and were treated by...
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Resurfacing Prosthesis in Comminuted Fracture of the Patella: Report of 7 Cases

Kim YK, Kang TJ, Jeong HY

We have experienced 7 cases of resurfacing prosthesis in comminuted patellar fracture in 5 patients, The follow up time was from 1 year and 6 months to 3 years and...
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The Prevention of Posterior Displacement of Tibia During Treatment of Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Using Modified Quengel Hinge

Lee EW, Kang SY, Lim BK

In the treatment of posterior cruciate ligament injury, posterior displacerrient of tibia might be occured because of the direction of gravity due to weight of lower leg. To prevent this...
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Result of Treatment of Open Tibial Fracture with Hoffmann External Fixator

Lee YS, Yang HS, Choi KS, Cho SK

Recently, tibial shaft fractures become more severe because of high speed traffic accidents. The open tibial fracture is a difficult one to treat because of its common complications such as...
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Treatment of Diaphyseal Fractures of the Radius and Ulna with Dynamic Compression Plates: A Retrospective Study of 52 Fractures in 33 Patients

Moon CH, Sohn CD, Kim YJ

Reduction of displaced diaphyseal fractures of the radius and ulna in adult must be nearly anatomical for restoration of mormal function. Most of the fractures require operative management, and various...
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A Clinical Study of the Tibial Condylar Fracture

Park JS, Chung YK, Lee KB, Lee DH

The knee joint is one of the major weight bearing joint in the body, and is frequently injured because of its complex motion despite of a simple bony architecture. In...
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Treatment of Unstable Colles' Fracture

Kim KY, Jung DE

Unstable Colles' fractures have an inherent capacity for loss of reduction or shortening, or both. The istability can be recognized by the presence of much comminution, severe dorsal angulation(20 degrees...
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Further Increase in the Angulation after Clinical Union of the Conservatively Treated Tibial Shaft Fractures

Lee CJ, Park SR, Chang SK, Oh JH, Chang JD

Fracture of the tibial shaft is one of the most common fractures of the long bones and frequently followed by malunion, delayed union and nonunion. We experienced the cases of...
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A Clinical Study of Colles Fractures

Choi IS, Cho YH, Kim HG

Twenty-six cases of Colles fracture were treated with closed reduction and percutaneous K-wire fixation under C-arm field and then wrist was immobilized by sugar tong splint and then short arm...
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A Clinical Alnalysis of Arthorodesis of the Knee Joint

Kang YT, Kim TS, Choi YJ, Shim JI, Kim DE

In the past, arthrodesjs was a widely used procedure but in recent times, with the development of replacement arthroplasty, decreased in tuberculosis and polio. etc, it is not commonly used...
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Clinical Application of a Multiple Splint Method for Inuries of Bone and Joint

Lee SH, Park SH

Object of treatment of long bone fracture is the reduction of fracture and maintenance of good alignment. Recently operative treatment has been attempted increasingly, but conservative treatment is considered important...
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Treatment of Ossification of Posterior Longitudinal Ligament in Cervical Spine with Anterior Fusion and Anterior Decompression: Report of 3 Cases

Choi KH, Kang CN, Wang JM, Roh KJ, Lee SW

Since ossification of posterior longitudinal ligament in cervical spine (O.P.L.L.) was presented at first by Tsukimoto in 1960, many cases have been reported in Japan. But very few cases were...
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