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Paget's Disease of Bone with Pathologic Fracture of the Femur: a Case Report

Kim KH, Cho JL, Kim TS, Kim JS

Paget's disease is one of the chronic disorders of skeletal system which is frequently accompained with pathologic fractures. This disease is extremely rare in Korea and only three cases have...
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A Clinical Study on 3 Unusual Cases of Generalized Osteitis Fibrosa Cystica Associated with Parathyroid Adenoma Developed in Young Age

Lee SH, Lim HC, Chang JS, Lee JS

The authors experienced 3 cases parathyroid adenoma with full blown manifestation of skeletal involvement developed in teen agers. Clinical analyses upon these cases with more than 1 year follow up...
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Rhabdomyosarcoma(Report of two cases)

Sohn SW, Kwon JW, Kang CS

Rhabdomyosarcoma which was first described by Weber has generally been considered asan uncommon tumor. Pack and Eberhart were of the opinion that rhabdomyosarcoma represented 13.9 percent of soft tissue sarcomata....
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Arteriovenous Fistula follwing Lumbar Discectomy

Sohn SK, Kim JD, Jeong WM, Lee DS

Arteriovenous fistula could occur rarely followed by lumbar disk operation. There are very few case reports in the literature. We have experienced a case of arteriovenous fistula, which has been...
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The Fascial Radial Flap Transfer: Case Report

Lee KS, Cho JL, Kim KY

In open wounds of the hand that have exposed bone or tendons, management may be difficult. Compared with conventional cutaneous pedicle flaps, the fascial radial flap transfer has several advantages...
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Nonunion of the Fractures of the Distal Humerus: A Report of 6 Cases

Cho DY, Kim YT, Seo JG, Jeon HS

Nonunion of the distal humerus is rare and diffcult to treat. It presents to surgeon a double challenge : to obtain bony union of the nonunion and to preserve the...
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Thenar Compartment syndrome: A Case Report

Lee EW, Chun JM, Kim KH

The compartment syndrome was first described by Von Volkmann in 1872 and then many reports have been published. The anterior tibial compartment syndrome and the volar compartment syndrome of the...
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Aneurysamal Bone Cyst in Pubic Bone: A Case Report

Kim KH, Cho JL, Chung HK, Kim TS, Kang HK

The pubic bone is an unusual site for an aneurysmal bone cyst. This case, a 15year old male patient, was diagnosed as an aneurysmal bone cyst in the superior ramus...
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TCVO ) in the Extremities: Report of 4 Cases

Shim YS, Park MS, Hwang BY

Angiographic procedures and their applications maybe divided into following roups: I) procedures used to increased blood folw, as the angioplasty, II) procedures used to decreased blood flow, as the embolization...
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Treatment of Simple Bone Cyst

Lee HK, Lee SH, Lee CS, Lee KH, Min HJ, Lee KH

Supracondylar fracture of the humerus is the one of the commonest elbow fracture in children. There are much controversies surrounding the method of treatment for various and frequent complications such...
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The Effects of Ascorbic Acid on the Growth of the Fetal Rat Bone in Ca++ - free Culture Medium

Suh KT, Yoo CI

In order to study the effect of ascorbic acid on the growth of the fetal rat long bones in calcium free culture medium, fetal femurs from rat fetus on 19th...
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Normal Segmental Sagittal angle of the Lower Dorsal and Lumbosacral spine in Korean Adult

Suk SI, Lee CS, Lo M, Kim WJ

Authors developed a new method of measuring spinal sagittal curve that is easy and and practical using the lower border of the vertebral body. The intersecting angle was defined as...
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Significance of Whole Body bone Scan in bone and Joint Tuberculosis

Kim NH, Park JH

For confirmative diagnosis of bone and joint tuberculosis, it is made by culture method, inoculation to guinea pig, or histological examination of the specimen obtained from a lesion site. But...
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Scoliosis and Congenital Heart disease

Suk SI, Lee CS, Lee JS, Kim WJ

Authors reviewed about scoliosis the chest films of 325 congenitalheart diseasepatients who visited Seoul National University Hospital during the period of Jan. 1986 to Dec. 1987 to find out the...
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Scoliosis Induced by Anterior and Posterior Rhizotomy

Suk SI, Song HS, Lee SH, Lee CK, Lee CS, Han JS

This paper presents the result and statistical analysis of the experiment, in which selective anterior or posterior rhizotomy were carried out under microscopic surgery. The materials used for the experiment...
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Significance of CT after discography

Kim KY, Cho DY, Kim YT, Han KJ

There was a development of the diagnostic aids such as electromyography, discography, epidural venography, myelography, and CT in lumbar disc herniation. In 1984, Edgardo et al. described that the diagnosis...
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A New Radiologic Assessment Method in Supracondylar Fracture of the Humerus

Park IH, Kim DH, Park MR, Park CW

Cubitus varus deformity following supracondylar frscture of the humerus in children is one of the major complications. The angle between long axis of humeral shaft and the line formed by...
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Clinical Application of the Ultrasound in Painful Pediatric Hip

Kim SJ, Whang KS, Chung HK, Joo KB, Leem JS

The diagnosis of painful hips of the children are very difficult in their early stage of diseases. Transient synovitis, Legg-Calve-Perthes' diseas juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and pyogenic hip are very similar...
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Comparative Study on the Results of Femoral Osteotomy and Innominate Osteotomy in LCPD

Moon MS, Ok IY, Sohn YH

Methods of treatment of Legg-Calve-Perthes' disease, (L.C.P.D.) are at present generally defined, and the individual approach is now more precise than before. But it is still controversial, particularly in older...
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The Innominate Osteotomy in Congenital Dislocation of the Hip

Park BM, Kim DJ

Beyond the usual age of walking, the dysplasia of dislocated hip has become severe and its reversivility limited so that the reduced hip cannot maintained in stable position. The innominate...
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