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Traumatic False Aneurysm of Peripheral Arteries: Report of Two Cases

Kang CS, Min BW, Pyun YS, Song KS, Kang CH, Choi YH

False aneurysm has been recognized for many years. Incomplete severance of an artery as the result of trauma is thought to be the precipitating factors in the formation of false...
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Surgical Treatment of Chondrosarcoma

Lee SY, Kim SS, Jeon DG, Lee GS

Chondrosarocoma is a malignant, relatively slow-growing cartilaginous tumor that generally has a long natural history. From Feb. 1986 to Jan. 1993, 29 cases of chondrosarcoma were registered in the Department...
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Multiple Metastatic Chordoma only to Muscle & Subcutaneum

Kim SH, Kim JD, Sohn SK, Hong YK, Lee KY

Chordoma is relatively rare and slowly growing tumor arising from notochordal remnant. The tumor is locally infiltrative rather than metastatic. Distant metastasis occured in 5% of Gentil & Coley's cases...
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Surgical treatment of Giant Cell Tumor

Son JH, Kim JD, Son YC, Hong YK, Young SH

Giant cell tumor is a predominantly benign condition but often the tumor is locally aggressive and tends to have high rate of recurrence and it can evolve into a malignant...
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Entrapmental Paralysis of the Deep Branch of the Ulnar Nerve at the Mid-palmar Space caused by a Carpal Ganglion: A Case Report

Lee KH, Park HI

The ulnar nerve entrapment at the wrist is usually caused by carpal ganglion, occupational neuritis, ulnar artery disease, fractures of the carpal bones, tumors, rheumatioid arthritis, etc. The ganglion is...
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Periosteal chondroma arising in the Phalangeal Bone: Report of Three Cases

Kim KY, Youn JO, Cho YS

Periosteal chondroma is a slowly growing cartilage tumor of limited size, which develops within and beneath the periosteal connective tissue and characteristically erodes and induces sclerosis of the contiguous cortical...
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Foot Tumor

Won YY, Kang ES, Koo TY

Benign tumors and tumor like lesions in the foot are uncommon and those that are malignant are rare. Metastatic cancer of bone distal to the knee and elbow is unusual....
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Clinical Studies on the Giant Cell Tumor of Bone

Hahn SB, Woo DS

The giant cell tumor is an rather common primary bone tumor of young adult 20 to 40 years of age, most frequently found around the knee joint and the distal...
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Epidural Hemangioma: A Case Report

Kim YI, Choi CU, Shin BJ, Seo YS, Jin SY, Shin YD

Epidural hemangioma is a rare neoplasm which consists of 4% of epidural tumors and 12% of hemangiomas of vertebral column. But most of them are secondary involvement of epidural space...
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Voluntary Habitual Hip Dislocation in a child

Moon MS, Sun DH, Oh YK

Voluntary habitual dislocation of the hip is very rarely reported in children, and only 13 cases have been reported in the literature. We add a new case in a 5...
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Homotransplantation of Cultured Chondrocytes to prevent bony bridge formation and to help repair of the Damaged Growth Plate: An Experimental Study in a Canine tibial model

Ahn JI, Yoon YS, Park JS, Lee YS, Park JY, Jung SH

The purpose of this study was to investigate the ability of cultured chondrocytes to prevent formation of bony bridge and possibly to repair of the damaged growth plate. Growth cartilage...
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A Clinical Observation on High Lumbar Disc Herniation

Cho DY, Kim EH, Kim KH

The purposes of this clinical study are to observe the clinical findings of the high lumbar disc herniation, to analyze the of the posterior approach and to define the surgical...
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A Clinical Study of Postoperative Infection in Posterior Spinal Surgery with Pedicle Screw System

Ahn JI, Park HJ, Rah JH

In the treatment of spinal disorder, the introduction of pedicle screw system is an innovation in modern spinal surgery. This kind of new instrumentation provides correction, adjustment, stabilization, firm fixation...
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Effect of Gold Sodium Thiomalate for Rheumatoid arthritis

Kim BJ, Seo JG, Choo SK, Suh JS

Gold Sodium Thiomalate (Myochrysine) used for rheumatoid arthritis has been known that it can cause the long term remission by its antimicrobial action, cell metabolism, complement activation and by activating...
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Morphometric Study of the Pedicle of Lumbar and Selected Thoracic Vertebrae for Surgical Spinal Fixation

Park HJ, Rah JH, Hwang SK

The pedicle instrumentation has become a popular way of spinal fixation. Placement of a screw through the pedicle into vertebral body appears to be a very successful way to accomplish...
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Rate of Pedicle Disruption after Screw Fixation

Kim NH, Lee HM, Lee DW

Postoperative CT scans for accuracy of pedicular screw placement were assessed in 20 patients (82 pedicular screws) treated with several kinds of pedicular screws. When putting screws, the position of...
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The results of the Operative Treatment for the Traumatic Spondylolisthesis of Axis: Anterior plate fixation and transpedicular screw fixation

Chung JY, Song JY, Choi BH

Traumatic spondylolisthesis of the axis is the fracture of both pedicles and is called commonly as hangman' s fracture. The fractures with the anterior displacement more than 3mm and the...
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Neurologic Complication after Spine Surgery

Park BM, Kim NH, Lee HM, Lee DW

We examined the rates of postoperative neurologic complications, as recorded in the medical record department in Severance Hospital from 1989 through 1991 for patients who had had operations on the...
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Cysticercosis at the Level of Spomdyloisthesis: A Case Repport

Kim YI, Choi CU, Shin BJ, Seo YS, Know YB

Cysticercosis is due to a larva of Taenia Solium. It is frequently reported in developing countries. It usually affects subcutaneous tissue, muscles and brain. But, spinal cysticercosis is rare and...
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Short Segment Transpedicular Cotrel-Dubousset Instrumentation including Involved Vertebra for Fractures of Thoracic and Lumbar Spine

Chung JY, Rhym IS

To minimize the numbers of vertebral segments in the fusion area and to prevent the metal failure and recurrence of deformity in the surgical treatment of the fracture and dislocations...
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