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Calcific Myonecrosis of the Calf

Bae DK, Nam GU, Ryu KN, Kim YH

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):444-448.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.444
Calcific myonecrosis is a rare late post-traumatic condition in which an entire single muscle is replaced by a fusiform mass with central liquefaction and peripheral calcification. The compartmental syndrome is...
Treatment of Unstable Interochanteric Femoral Fracture using Compression Hip Screw with additional Transfixations Screw

Kang JD, Kim KY, Park JH, Park JH

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):437-443.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.437
There are many difficult problems of reduction and its maintaining in the treatment of unstable intertrochanteric fractures. Especially, in cases of elderly patients with marked osteoporosis, prolonged immobilization brings more...
Extraspinal Tuberculosis of Bone and Joint

Kim BJ, Ko HS, Seo JG, Choo SK, Shin JK

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):430-436.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.430
Recently, tuberculosis of bone and joint is decreased with good nutrition and environment, development of preventive medicine and improvement of treatment regimen. But it is still one of the common...
Treatment of Delayed or Nonunion of Humeral Shaft Fractures

Jung ST, Moon ES, Hong DY

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):424-429.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.424
For the nonunion of humeral shaft, there have been many methods of treatment. We are aimed to analyse the causes of nonunion of humeral shaft fracture and present the direction...
Treatment of Acromioclavicular Dislocation with Modified Phemister Method

Yoon HK, Jeon HS, Jeon KP, Jung DE, Park SY

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):416-423.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.416
The method of treatment of acromioclavicular dislocation is controversial, and conservative and surgical treatment have been reported to be both successful. Recently, many surgeons tend to treat the acromioclavicular dislocation...
Operative Treatment of Acromioclavicular Dilocation: Comparative Study Between Two Operative Methods

Byun YS, Park JH, Lee SH, Jeon SJ

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):410-415.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.410
Acromioclavicular joint dislocations are frequently seen with industrial accident, sports activity and traffic accident. Various operative treatment modalities have been suggested. The purpose of this study is to compare the...
Dynamic Closing Method Using Elasticity for Skin Defect

Han DY, Hahn SB, Yang KH, Kim HJ

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):403-409.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.403
Skin defects unable to close by primary intention have caused many difficulties. Complex surgical interventions such as repetitive debridements, skin graft, or flap have been performed as therapeutic methods. Recently,...
Treatment of Femur Shaft Fracture by Intrlocking Intramedullary Nailing

Hwang SK, Han JB

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):395-402.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.395
The results of treatment of fracture of the femoral shaft with interlocking nailing were evaluated to determine the clinical usefulness. Eighty-two femoral fractures that had been treated by interloking nailing...
Change of AST & ALT in Patients with Multiple Trauma

Lee SW, Kwon KW, Kim SK, Chang GH

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):389-394.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.389
Increase of AST and ALT is a common biochemical finding in patients with multiple trauma. So it is difficult to make a decision for appropriate operation timing and to predict...
Predicatable Factors of Developmental Dislocation of the Hip after Reduction

Lee SH, Suh SW, Chung YS

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):382-388.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.382
From September, 1983 to May, 1993, 137 hips of develomental dislocation of the hip(DDH) in the 125 patients have been admitted and treated at the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Guro...
Comparative Analysis of Medial Collateral Ligament Grade III injury of the Knee

Rah SK, Choi CU, Lee BI, Kim DI

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):375-381.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.375
The medial collateral ligament is the most commonly injured ligamentous structure of the knee and it has been demonstrated that this ligament is the prime static stabilizer of the medial...
Operative Treatment Of Burst Fracture On The Thoracolmbar Junction

You JW, Lee SH, Park JK

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):364-374.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.364
We analyzed 41 cases of burst fractures on the thoracolumbar junction which were operated with Kaneda and Cotrel-Dubousset implant at Chosun University Hospital between 1989 and 1993. The purpose of...
Anterior Decompression and Fixation with Kaneda Instrument of Trhoracolumbar and Lumbar Spine Fracture

Kang JS, Park SR, Kim HS, Moon KH, Lee SK

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):355-363.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.355
There have long been a lot of controversies on the treatment of unstable thoracolumbar spine fracture, and the role of decompression is also controversial. Compression of the neural elements by...
Hypercalcemia Associated with Bone Metastasis

Bahk WJ, Chang JH, Lee SK, Moon MS, Woo YK, Kim JM, Kim HM, Kang YK, Song SW

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):349-354.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.349
Hypercalcemia is a relatively common complication of cancer that is clinically important because, left unattended, it is associated with symptomatic deterioration and even death. So hypercalcemia can afflict the quality...
GCT) in the Femur and Tibia Treated with Curettage and Cementation

Moon MS, Kim JM, Kang YK, Sun DH, An JG, Bok H

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):343-348.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.343
This dealt with the 23 cases of giant cell tumor of femur and tibia who were treated with curettage and cementation of the lesion, over 14 year period. Cement by...
Reconstruction of the Old Flexor Tendon Injury in the Hand

Kim KH, Lee JM

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):334-342.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.334
The old flexor tendon injury in the hand seen after 4 weeks from damage and associated with crushing injury, heavy scarring, fracture and infectious state has the difficulty to deliver...
Herniated Intervertebral Disc of Lumbar Spine in the Teenager

Sohn SK, Lee KY, Lee JY, Kim KT, Kim BH

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):327-333.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.327
The incidence of herniated lumbar disc under the age of 19 years is increasing due to increased sports activity of teenager and development of diagnostic methods. 33 cases of herniated...
Surgical Management of Spinal Stenosis with Degenerative Lumbar Scoliosis

Kim KS, Choi YS, Song JA, Kim DY

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):317-326.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.317
The coexistence of spinal stenosis and scoliosis in lumbar spines is becoming a more frequent problem in elderly persons. Decreased bone mass in most of these patients also complicates their...
Lumbar HNP: Analysis of the MRI finding and comparative study between MRI and Operative finding

Sohn SK, Lee KY, Lee JY, Kim KT, Jung BH

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):307-316.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.307
Among the 413 patients of the lumbar herniated nucleus pulposus(HNP) who were admitted and treated at Dong-A University Hospital from March 1990 to May 1994, we analyzed 387 patients who...
A Comparative Study of anterior Interbody Fusion with and without Anterior Instrumentation in Multi-level Tuberculosis of Thoraco-Lumbar Spine

Cho DY, Kim EH, Koh ES, Cho KN

  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 1995 Apr;30(2):298-306.
  • doi: 10.4055/jkoa.1995.30.2.298
The anterior decompression and anterior interbody fusion have been the choice of surgical treatment for spinal tuberculosis since 1960. But, multi-level spinal tuberculosis involved more than three vertebrae resulted in...

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