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Separation of Unfused Olecranon Epiphysis in an Adult Baseball Pitcher: A Case Report

Kim SJ, Lee SW

Unfused olecranon epiphysis has been reported rarely. We found an unfused olecranon tip within joint and a few small spurs on the apposing olecranon fossa and removed it successfully through...
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Ganglion around Cruciate Ligament of the Knee: Three Cases Report

Cho WS, Bin SI, Cheong SI

Only a few cases of cyst related to cruciate ligament were reported in the literatrure. It is not only because of rarity but also difficulty of diagnosis by conventional method....
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Legg - Calve Perthes disease in Monozygotic Male Twins

Ok IY, Park JB

Throughout medical science today there is increasing emphasis upon understanding the familial and associated genetic interplay in various disease processes. We observed a case of Legg-Calve-Perthes disease developed in monozygotic...
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Radial Neck Fracture with 90° Complete Displacement: Report of 3 Cases

Kim BH, Im JI, Cheong HY, Im YK

Complete fractures of radial neck or proximal radial epiphysis with 90° displacement are very rare, and only several cases were reported in the literatures. We have experienced 2 cases of...
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Operative Treatment of Fracture of The Proximal Humerus

Chung MY, Rhi WS, Chung JY, Jeun SY, Lee SM, Song WC

Recently, the incidence of fracture and dislocation of the proximal humerus has been increased with increment of traffic accident and industrial accident. Although most proximal humeral fractures can be treated...
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The Treatment of intertrochanteric Fractures of the Femur using Compression Hip Screw

Kim KC, Choi JY, Kim JS, Park YS, Jhe YS, Lew SU

The intertrochanteric fracture of the femur occurs frequently in the elderly who has osteoporosis. These fractures had been treated with many fixation devices. Recently dynamic hip screws been commomly used....
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Anterior impingement of the Ankle Treated by Arthroscopic Removal of bony Spur

Jeon CH, Won YY, Min BH, Kim BS, Ahn JI

From September 1992 to April 1994, we reviewed 7 patients after arthroscopic surgery for anterior impingement in the ankle, who complained ankle pain and limitation of motion. All patients were...
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Hyperextension Overload Syndrome of the Elbow in Baseball Pichers

Youn JO, Lee HS

Some baseball pichers have the symptom-complex of the elbow joint due to repetitive throwing. The Hyperextension overload syndrome is symptom-complex caused by impingement between olecranon tip and fossa during hyperextension...
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Intrapoperative Femur fractures during Cementless femoral stem insertion

Lee SH, Moon HC, Ha SH

Fracture of the femur during total hip arthroplasty presents the simultaneous problems of prosthetic stability and fracture treatment. The treatment of such fractures can be complex and is one of...
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Ankle Arthrodesis by Chevron Osteotomy: Report of 16 cases

Shim JI, Kim TS, Lee SJ, Lee SH, Yu CM, Lee HC, Kim YB, Lee EJ

The Marcus ankle arthrodesis was carried out in 16 patients at department of orthopaedic surgery of Korea Veterans Hospital from January 1989 to December 1993. All of patients were reviewed...
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Surgical Treatment of malignant and Benign Aggressive Tumors in the Shoulder Region

Hahn SB, Kim NH, Choe WS

The modality of treatment for malignant or benign aggressive tumors in the shoulder includes radical or wide removal of the lesion, accompanied by chemotherapy or radiotherapy. With the introduction of...
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Arthroscopic Revision Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Report of 5 Cases

Bin SI, Chung ER

From March 1992 to June 1994, we experienced five failed cases of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Four out of five cases had reconstruction in other hospitals. Two of them had...
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Treatment of Ossifying Fibroma

Hahn SB, Chun IM, Shin KH

Ossifying fibroma is a benign tumor which arises typically within the jaw bone and rarely affect the long bone. The usual affected site in the long bone is tibia and...
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Clinical Analysis of Metastatic Bone Tumor

Kim TS, Lim TH, Park TS, Cho JL

A retrospective review of 102 patients with metastatic bone tumor seen at Hanyang University Hospital from 1986 to 1990 was performed. We analyzed the cases in the aspects of primary...
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Treatment of Tibial Nonunion with Subcortical Onlay Bone Graft and Plate Fixation

Cho DY, Lee JM, Kim HC, Lee MH

Tibial nonunion is often associated with the soft tissue atrophy and the local circulatory disturbance, so it is important to minimize the soft tissue injury and maintain the stability at...
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Opponensplasty in Leprosy

Cho DY, Haam YG, Kim JW

Although the incidence of leprosy is decreased considerably, the deformity and disability of it is serioues. In the hand, combined median and ulnar nerve affection is most common, and it...
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The Results of Open Release in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Chung DW, Han JS, Lee YG, Chang KS

Forry-two symptomatic hands of 29 patients with carpal tunnel syndrome operated during the period from Marth 1986 to December 1993 were analized in clinical aspect. Among 29 patients, 3(10.3%) were...
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Reconstruction of Foot and Ankle Soft Tissue Defecty by Lateral Supramalleolar Flap

Choi SJ, Yuh YD, Lee CJ, Cho WH, Chang HG

In 1988, a new fascioutaneous flap, the Lateral supramalleolar flap, was introduced by Masquelet and Roman. The flap is designed on the lower third of the aspect of leg, and...
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Proximal Tibia Opening Wedge Osteotomy for Treatment of Genu Recurvatum after Ipsilateral Femoral Shaft Fracture

Ok IY, Chu IT, Park JS

In 1988, a new fascioutaneous flap, the Lateral supramalleolar flap, was introduced by Masquelet and Roman. The flap is designed on the lower third of the aspect of leg, and...
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Closed Intramedullary Nailing of Femoral Fracture without a Fracture Table

Lee EW, Kang SY, Jang EC, Kim IS

The standard treatment of adult femoral shaft fractures is the closed intramedullary nailing using a fracture table, but in polytraumatized patients, this method may be difficult due to concomitant adjacent...
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