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Metastatic Tumor of the Spine

Park BM, Hahn SB, Kim NH, Lee JC

The spine is the most common site of metastatic cancer in the skeletal system. Managment of the lesion site due to the relation of the spinal cord or nerve root...
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Pathologic Separation of Capital Femoral Epiphysis due to an Osteosarcoma

Kim SL, Kim KW, Ko HS, Tae SK, Kim DH

In Korea, slipped capital femoral epiphysis is a rare disease. In which the capital femoral epiphysis migrate posteriorly and inferiorly against the neck portion. Sometimes it should be differentiated from...
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Clinical Observation on 33 Cases of Giant Cell Tumor of Bone

Park BM, Han CD, Won YY

Giant cell tumor is an uncommon primary bone tumor of young adults with the highest incidence in patients 20 to 40 years of age. These tumors are most frequently found...
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Metastatic Retinoblastoma to Tibia: A Case Report

Bae DH, Lim JK, Song JS

Retinoblastoma is a malignant tumor that arises from the retina. The prognosis is very unfavorable if the choroid is affected or the central nervous system is invaded or if metastasis...
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A Case Report of Surgical Treatment in Mulitple Tophaceous Gout

Kim HS, Hur CY, Hong KD, Ha SS

The gout is a hereditary condition of disturbed uric acid metabolism. There are medical and surgical management in tophaceous gout for prevention of recurrence of acute attack and creation of...
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Analysis of Radiological Change Following Reduction of Congenital Dislocation of the Hip

Cho HO, Seo KY, Sagong GH, Choi JS, Lee YG

Development of acetabulum and epiphysis of the femoral head following reduction in seventy-four patients with ninty-one congenitally dislocated hips were assessed radiologically. Acetabular index, CE angle of Wiberg, neck-shaft angle...
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A Comparative Study of Osteocalcin Measured by Radioimmunoassay in Normal

Cha SG, Yoo MC, Kum SJ, Chung DW

Osteocalcin is the major noncollagenous protein of the bone matrix and has been described as a sensitive marker reflecting bone turn-over rate. It's believed to play a role in the...
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A Clinical Experience of Fractures in Rickets

Byun YS, Kim HT, Lee JK, Cheon DW

Vitamin D deficient ricket is now a rare disease in the developed countries because of the generally improved nutrition and medical awareness but occasional cases are found in the special...
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Clinical Analysis about the Injuries of Tendons , Vessels and Nerves in the Wrist

Park JG, Yoon SW, Kim YJ

The wrist joint is exposed to trauma easily which is a small portion of human body. Because there are many structures(tendons, vessels and nerves) in the wrist, it is necessary...
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The Result of the Posterolateral Fusion with Knodt Rod and without Knodt Rod in Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis of the Lumbar Spine

Cho DY, Kim KY, Kim YT, Kim BJ

Since Hadra first used metalic internal fixation in the human spine with wire loop in 1895, various implants have been used. Knodt rod was designed on the principle that the...
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A Clinical Study of Anterior Interbody Fusion for Low Back Pain: Using an Effective Device , Reduction Spreader

Lim Y, Yoo HD, Kim BJ, Seo KY

There are many experiences and principles about posterior approach in the spine as surgical procedure in the treatment of the patients with low back pain. And the anterior approach to...
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Technique of Safe Removal for Sublaminar Wiring

Seo KY, Kwon CS, Kim CS

With the expending use of sublaminar segmental instrumentation, various complication, including paraplegia, paresis, dysesthesia and dural tears, have been reported. These findings suggest that the displacement of sublaminar wires toward...
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Spinal Cord Injury Followign Electrical Accidents : Case Reports

Lee SH, Choi HJ, Yoon SI

As the industry have been developed more and more, we get more opportunities to contact with electricity. Accordingly the risk of the electrical accident has been increased gradually. In general,...
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The Significance of the Myelography in the Herniation of Intervertebral Disc

Ha KI, Hahn SH, Chung MY, Park YH, Cho SJ

The herniation of intervertebral disc is possibly diagnosed through the myelography, electromyography, discography or computerized tomography. Among them, the myelography is regarded as the popularized method that helps accurate analysis...
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Metallic Failure in Treatment of Comminuted Fracture of Femur: Clinical Analysis

Moon MS, Ok IY, Park CG

The authors clinically analysed the causes of metallic failure in 21 cases after treatment of comminuted fracture of femur at Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kang-Nam St. Marys Hospital during 5...
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Distal Advancement of the Loose Anterior Cruciate Ligament

Cho DY, Kim KY, Seo JG, Rhee DC

The anterior cruciate ligament has been considered one of the basic stabilizers in the knee as a very complex in its function. A large number of treatment regimens and philosophies...
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Supracondylar Fractures of the Femur Treated by Interlocking Nailing

Ahn JY, Lee SE, Kim BK, Ahn JS

Between Jan. 1976 and May 1987, Sixteen supracondylar fractures of the femur were treated by interlocking nailing. Of the 16 cases, 7 cases were intercondylar, 12 cases were segmental fractures...
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A Clinical Study of Acute Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

Han DY, Han CD, Lee HK

The posterior cruciate ligament in the stoutest ligamentous structure in the knee joint. Kennedy and Hawkins have confirmed its strenght to be about 2 times that of the anterior cruciate...
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Lower Extremity Reconstruction by Vascularized Bone Graft Transfer

Park BM, Hahn SB, Shin SI

Eleven cases of the free vascularized bone graft have been performed in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yonsei University Hospital during the period of 30.9 months from February 1981 to...
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Treatment of Delayed Union of Tibial Fracture with Non - invasive Capacitive Coupled Electrical Field

Chung MS, Choi IH, Lee KH, Lee JS

Ever since the unrelenting efforts of Yasuda to Piezoelectricity, its been one of the hot areas in orthopaedic fields to file up experimental and clinical data concerning treatment of nonunion,...
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