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Congenital Indifference to Pain: a Case Report

Kim SS, Shim DM, Chang YK, Yang JH

Congenital indifference to pain is a rare disorder chsracterized by absence of normal subjective and objective responses to noxious stimuli in patients with intact central and peripheral nervous system. It...
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Panclavicular Dislocation: A Case Report

Lee IJ, Choi NY, Lee HD, Lee NG

Dislocation of both ends of a clavicle in a 49-yesr-old man during an auto-accident is presented. The medial end of the right clavicle was severely displaced antero-inferiorly while the 1ateral...
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Rotation - plasty in Open Comminuted Fracture with Bone Defect around the Knee: A Case Report

Kim SS, Park BJ, Choi HY, Yang JH

Rotation-plasty procedure was first done by Borggreve, in 1930 for the congenital short femur. Recently this procedure was used for the malignant bone tumor at the distal femur by Kotz...
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A Clinical Study of Pathological Fracture of Long Bones

Chung YK, Yoo JH, Yaung WK, Park BC

A pathological fracture occurs spontaneously or with minimal trauma. The underlying pathological changes may be subtle and the diagnosis not obvious. The two goals in the treatment of pathologic fracture...
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Cleidocranial Dysostosis: One Case Report

Yang JH, Jin GG, Seo H

The cleidocranial dysostosis is characterized by deficient formation of the clavicle, delayed and imperfect ossification of the cranium and less often involvement of other bones. The cleidocranial dysostosis is relatively...
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A Clinical Study of Vascular Injuries in Extremities

Hahn SB, Kang KH

Thirty years ago a major arterial laceration was devasting injury, threatening survival of the limb in almost every case. Increased awareness of vascular injuries and of feasibility of immediate and...
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An Application of the Ultrasonograhy to the Musculoskeletal Masses

Lee SH, Kang HS, Han MS

Ultrasonography is suited for screening patients with a mass in the soft tissue because of its safety, low cost, apparent sensitivity and non-invasiveness. But the application in orthopaedic surgery is...
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Thumb Reconstruction with a Osteocutaneous Free Flap Transfer with Partial 1 st Matatarsus (Case Report )

Lee KS, Kim SI, Kim KH

Thumb reconstruction with a free neurovasculsr wrap around flap from the great toe by microsurgery had been first reported by O'Brien, Macleod and Morrison in 1980. We have performed one...
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Multiple Carpometacarpal Dislocations: A Report of 2 Cases

Lee KS, Chung HK, Leem JS

Carpometacarpal dislocations occur in less thsn 1% of osseous hand injuries. Sine Dec. 1987, two cases of multiple carpometacarpal dislocations were treated at Hanyang University Hospital. All of these were...
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Clinical Significance of MRI for Assessment of Bony Bridge of Epiphyseal Plate: A Case Report

Chung MS, Lee CK, Chang BS

It is essential to define the accurate location and extent of bony bridge in relation to the epiphyseal plate for operation of partial epiphyseal plate closure by bony bridge resection....
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Treatment of the Scaphoid Fracture

Kim I, Lee SK, Chang H, Jeong DY

Twenty-three cases of the scaphoid fracture which were treated at the Department of the Orthopaedic Surgery, Catholic University Medical College during the period of december 1978 to december 1987 were...
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Clinical Study on Marjoli's Ulcer

Hahn SB, Kim DJ

The Marjolin's ulcer is the malignant lesion developed in a burn scar or chronic fistula. Due to the low prevlalence of this lesion, there has been disagreement in its clinical...
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Fatigue Failure of Wire in Orthopaedic Use

Kim I, Chang H, Choi KH

Orthopaedic wire has been used widely as a good internal fixator in cases of fracture, the ligament reconstruction, and for the stabilization of cervical spine. But if it is used...
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A Clinical Study on the Causes of the Nerve Entrapment in the Degenerative Spondylolisthesis

Kim HT, Byun YS, Shin DI, Cheon DW

The degenerative spondylolisthesis is one of the most common causes of the prominent central and recess stenosis which are produced by the hypertrophy of the facet joints and anterior slipping...
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Surgical Treatment of Spondylolisthesis: Clinical Study on 49 Cases

Moon MS, Lee KS, Sung JH

Most cases of spondylolisthesis are asymptomatic and successfully managed with conservative treatment. Operation was performed in 20% of symptomatic cases having severe back pain, neurological symptoms and or progressive slipping....
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Rigid Fixation with Huckstep Nail in Difficult Femoral Fractures

Kim SK, Lee KB, Oh SJ, Ko CH

Recently, intramedullary nailing has been used classically in a closed transverse fracture in middle one-third of the fernur. But difficult femorsl fracture, such as severe comminution or nonunion, present a...
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Treatment of the Acetabular Fracture

Yoo MC, Ahn JH, Cho HG, Shin HS

Fractures of the acetabulum are relatively uncommon, but because they involve a major weight bearing joint in the low extremity, they assume great clincal importance. The principle of management for...
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Surgical Treatment of the Trochanteric Fracture of the Femur

Kim BK, Kong BH, Choi CS, Lee BS

The authors have treated 30 cases of trochanteric fracture of the femur from June 1987, to July 1988 at Dong Suwon General Hospital. The 30 cases included, 8 Condylocephalic Kuentscher...
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Clinical Analysis of Subtrochanteric Fracture of the Femur

Choi CU, Rah SK, Kim YI, Lee BI, Kwon H

The management of subtrochanteric fracture of the femur is one of the most difficult problems. Subtrochanteric area is predominantly composed of cortical bone and highly concentrating portion of stress. So,...
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Experimental Treatment of the Patella Fractures by Modified Tension Band and External Fixator

Choi KS, Lee YS, Choung ES, Yang SS

Experimental treatment by open reduction and internal fixation with modified tension band combined with external compression device was used for the patella fractures. Early post operative continuous passive motion and...
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