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Cleidocranial Dysostosis One Case Report

Kim HS, Hong KD, Ha SS, Huh BJ

Cleidocranial dysostosis is a rare herditary disorder affecting bones that develop by intramembranous formation. The classical features include exaggerated development of the transverse diameter of the skull, delay in the...
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Ossifying fibroma

Hahn SB, Kang ES, Jahng JS, Park BM, Choi JC

Ossifying fibroma is not a well recognized entity, and only rarely affects the long bones. The main differential diagnosis is with fibrous dysplasia and with adamantinoma, non-ossifying fibroma of the...
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Bizarre Parosteal Osteochondromatous Proliferation: A Report of One Case

Chung YK, Yoo JH, Lee DH

In 1983, Nora et. al. reperted 35 cases of bizarre parosteal osteochodromatous proliferations of the hands and feet. All lesions occured on proximal phalanges, metatarsals, or metacarpals. The gross appearance...
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A Case of Osteochondroma which Arised form Right Side lamina of 5th Lumbar Vertebra

Yim SJ, Kim YI, Choi CU

Osteochondroma is the most common benign tumor of bone, of which the typical form is a cartilagecapped bony projection, far often found at the metaphysis of the long tubular bones,...
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Legg-Perthes Disease Associated with Cornelia de Lange Syndrome: A Case Report

Lee DY, Choi IH, Moon HR, Yoon KS, Lee MC, Ahn JH

The Cornelia de Lange syndrome is characterized by severe growth and mental retardation; typical facies; low-pitched, weak, growling cry, and various bone abnormalities, as was first described by Cornelia de...
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A Report of Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (6 Patients 8 Cases)

Lee SH, Hur CY, Park JH, Hong SS

The authors have experienced 8 hips of slipped capital femoral epiphysis out of 6 adolescents which are known to be very rare in this country since September, 1983 at Department...
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Traumatic Posterior Dislocation of the Sternoclavicular Joint: A case Report

Lee JS, Kim BG, Kim HJ, Jeong SK, Son SJ

Dislocation of the clavicle at its sternal end is relatively rare, as compared with acromioclavicular dislocation. Among them, the posterior dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint was extremely rare. So, not...
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Separation of the Symphysis Pubis: Report of 5 Cases

Lee KH, Lee SW, Kim SK, Kwon KW

The symphysis pubis is a nonsynovial amphiarthrosis in which the bodies of the two pubic bones are united by a fibrocartilaginous disk. This forms subsidiary tie arches that augment femorsacral...
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Treatment of Friction Avulsion Injuries of the Foot: Report of 6 Cases

Lee HY, Choi YD

Split thickness skin graft can be used as a one stage procedure for the immediate treatment of friction avulsion injuries in severe foot injuries. After cleaning the wound, a split...
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An Experimental study of Silastic Cuff Shielding Around Peripheral Nerve Anastomosis

Yoo MC, Han JS, Kim YS, Yum JK

The main problem in peripheral nerve repair is adhesion, axonal escape, and the ingrowth of extraneurial tissue into the wound. Meticulous microsurgical neurorrhaphy is one of possible answer for these...
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Experimental Study of Disodium Etidronate for the Growth of MC3T3-E1 Osteoblastic Cell Line

Yoo MC, Ahn JH, Han JS, Cho KH, Kim BS

In the general, Disodium estdronate (EHDP) had effects of inhibition in bone resorption, dissolution of hydroxyapatite crystal and decreasing the turn over rate in Paget's disease. Clinically it is used...
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An Experimental Study of Tricalcium Phosphate (TCP) as a Bone Graft Substitutes of Bone Defects in Canine Femur

Kim ID, Kim PT, Park BC, Choi YW, Lyu YG, Lee SB

The search for useful bone graft substitutes historically has focused on biologic alternatives. TCP has a 36% porosity and variable pores ranging from 100 to 300µm in diameter. They are...
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Biomechanical Study of Rigidity in the External Fixators

Ihn JC, Ahn MW, Seo JS, Lee JH, Lee IK, Song JI, Kang YH

The finite element method was utilized to find the rigidity of the device in changing the parameters, such as geometrical configuration, material property, and loading condition in an external fixation....
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A Study about the Laxity of the Ankle Joints of the korean Adults

Lee EW, Chun JM, Ahn BW, Kim KH

The normal criteria of the ankle joint laxity of the Korean may be different from that of the western. For the objective study, we designed two devices for the anterior...
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The Causes of Neurogenic Symptoms in Spondylolytic Spondylolisthesis

Kim HT, Park BH, Byun YS, Shin DI, Kim HP

A retrospective study was undertaken to define the factors that cause the neurogenic symptoms in 18 cases of spondylolytic spondylolisthesis who were operated for leg pain and neurologic deficits of...
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The Significance of Liquid Crystal Thermography in Patents with Low Back Pain

Kim NH, Han CD, Kim SS

Liquid crystal thermography is a new diagnostic imaging method detecting the temperature change by the physiologic disturbance as compared with the radilogic method detecting the anatomical distortion. We have used...
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Clinical Experience of Automated Percutaneous Lumbar Discectomy

Suk SI, Lee CK, Lee CS, Yoon KS, Kim WJ, Chang BS

One hundred and twenty patients with symptomatic lumbar disc herniation were treated with automated percutaneous lumbar discectomy(APLD) from June 1988 to October 1989 in Seoul National University Hospital. Among them,...
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Prednisolone Influence on Avascular Osteonecrosis after Renal Transplantation

Han CD, Min BH, Kim NH, Park KI, Kim SI

Avascular osteonecrosis has frequently occured in patients who have undergone transplantation of a kidney and generally has been considered to be a complication of the use of corticosteroids. But there...
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Treatment of Degenerative Arthritis of the Hip Using Bipolar Endoprosthesis

Lee HK, Lee SH, Lee CK, Lee YI, Kim YM

Total hip replacement arthroplasty is the most commonly used method in the surgical treatment of degenrative arthritis of the hip nowadays. If degenrative arthritic changes of the hip is caused...
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Morphological and Biomechanical Stidy about the Avascular Necrosis of the Femoral Head Part I : Morphological Classification and Treatment Modality

Kim YM, Koo KH, Yoon KS

The exact etiologies and mechanisms of ischemia in avascular necrosis of femoral head are still under investigation. But this condition seems to be increasing during a few decades with increasing...
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