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Segmental Resection and Reimplantation with an Autoclaved Bone for Treatment of Malignant Disease

Sung KC, Lee CJ, Park SR, Oh JH, Choi SJ

Wide resection is an acceptable alternative to amputation for the management of primary sarcomas of the long bones or pelvis. The resected bone can be debrided of gross tumor tissue,...
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Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis: Reports of Two Cases

Kim YI, Rah SK, Choi CU, Lee BI, Jeong SY

The slipped capital femoral epiphysis is characterized by a growth disturbance of the capital physi. resulting in weakening of this structure and a subsequent displacement of the femoral head on...
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Dislocations of the Interphalangeal Joint of the Great Tow with Interposition of a Seamoid Bone: A Report of Two Cases

Ha KI, Hahn SH, Chung MY, Moon B, Yoo HN

Dislocations of the toes are comparatively rare. The majority of the these injuries occur in the great toe at the metatarsophalangeal joint. Dislocations of the interphalangeal joint of the great...
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The Proximal Humeral Fractures Treated by the Primary Prosthetic Replacement: A Report of 3 Cases

Kim KH, Choi IY, Chung HK, Kim S

Four-part displaced fractures, four-part fracture-dislocations, impression fractures of the articular surface involving greater than 50% of the head, and head-splitting fractures are to be best treated by primary prosthetic replacement....
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Clinical Experience of Central Resection and Fusion Procedure for Bifid Thumb

Chang JS, Lee SH, Lim HC, Bae SY

Authors treated two cases of bifid thumb with central resection and fusion procedure (Bilhaut-Clo- quet, 1890), whose results at 2 years and 4 years follow-up respectively were fairly good. Clinical...
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The Effect of Division of the Periosteum on Enchondral Growth and Angular Deformity of Long Bones: An Experimental Study on Rabbits' Femora

Lee DY, Choi IH, Choy WS

The purpose of this experiment was to determine the effect of dividing the periosteum circumferentially on the growth of long bones and the effect of partial division of the periosteum...
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A Case of Multiple Myeolma with Huge Tumor Mass in Clavicle

Moon MS, Ok IY, Min WK

Multiple myeloma is considered to be the most common primary malignant bone tumor which has the flat bone as a predilection site in old ages. We experienced a case of...
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Malignant Granular Cell Tumor: Report of One Case

Seong BY, Choi CU, Kwon H, Kwon JW, Choi HS, Kim EH

Granular cell tumor is one of the rare tumorous condition. At present there are estimated 600 reported examples of the tumor in the medical literature. Malignant granular cell tumor is...
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Tumoral Calcinosis at Hand and Foot: A Case Report

Choi KH, Kang CN, Wang JM, Roh KJ, Jang DW

In 1943, Alberto Inclan reported tumoral calcinosis in 3 cases at major joints. This condition usually showed large, painless calcified mass in major juxtaarticular sites, and evidence of familial or...
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Lymphangiomatosis of Bone and Soft Tissue: A Case Report

Ahn SR, Yune SH, Lee JK, Jeong TS

A case of Lymphangiomatosis of the skeleton and soft tissue in a 23 years old woman is presented. Lymphangiomatosis are benign tumors formed of lymphatic vessel and like hemangiomatosis are...
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Immediate Internal Fixation of Open Fractures of the Long Bones

Lee EW, Kim SK, Ha YJ, Kang KS, Lim H

Between May, 1984 and October, 1986, twenty patients were treated at Han-Ra Hospital of JejuCity and Chung-Ang University Hospital of Seoul with immediate internal fixation with or without bone graft...
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Nightstick Fracture

Ha KI, Hahn SH, Chung MY, Yoon YC

Forearm has a unique function of supination and pronation and for the performance of such movements, normal relationship between radius and ulna is indispensable. In ulnar shaft fracture, injuries are...
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A Clinical Study on Nonunion of the Forearm Fracture

Kim KY, Seo JG, Yoon HK, Kwon TW

Nonunion is one of the important complication during treatment of forearm fracture. Nonunion of the forearm fracture inevitably prolongs the treatment course and markedly impairs the function of the forearm....
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Supracondylar Fracture of the Humerus in Children: Part I : Extension - Valgus Fracture

Bhyun SY, Kim BK, Chung DW, Han JS, Shin HS

The authors made an attempt to classify the supracondylar extension-valgus fracture according to the direction and location of the fracture line based on the radiographic manifestation. This new classification helps...
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Segmental Spinal Instrumentation in the Treatment of Scoliosis

Suk SI, Lee JW, Min HJ

Since Luque introduced new posterior instrumentation by segmental sublaminar wiring for neuromuscular scoliosis in 1976, preliminary reports have been published regarding its use with Harrington rod or Luque rod for...
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Thracia and Lumbar Fracture: Classification According to Three Column Theory and its Relationship to Paralysis

Kim KH, Cho JL, Kim TS, Choi KH

We reviewed 217 patients (270 cases) of thoracic and lumbar fractures and fracture-dislocations, who were treated at Hanyang University Hospital from January, 1977 to December, 1985. We classified spinal injuries...
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Comparative Study of the Clinically Diagnosed Herniated Nucleus Pulposus with the Computed Tomographic and Myelographic Finding

Suh JT, Yoo CI, Kim HT

79 patients with suspected H.N.P. of lumbar vertebrae were studied from June 1983 to June 1986 who had had both metrizamide myelography and computed tomography. Comparative study of the findings...
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Surgical Treatment of Spinal Stenosis

Cha SI, Suk SI, Rha JD, Han JS

Spinal stenosis was defined as any type of narrowing of the vertebral canal, nerve canals or intervertebral foramina. It is difficult to diagnose spinal stenosis due to obscure symptoms and...
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Acetabular Erosion after Peplacement of Femoral Head

Rowe SM, Yoon TR, Kim HS

Acetabular erosion, intrusion of the prosthesis into the pelvis, is the most serious late complication of hemiarthroplasty. For the detailed observation on this lesion, the authors reviewed 55 patients who...
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Shortening of the Femoral Neck During Healing Period of the Femoral Neck Fracture

Chang SK, Lee CJ, Park SR, Oh JH, Ahn DS

Since osseous healing in the fracture of the femoral neck is carried out by endosteal bone formation, the size of contact area of the fracture fragments and impaction are of...
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