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Medial Approach of Supracondylar Fracture of the Humerus in Children

Ahn BW, Ahn TJ, Hon SJ, Kim CK

The Supracondylar fracture of the humerus is the most common elbow fracture in children. In general, accurate anatomic reductio, the least regional trauma as possible and the maintenance of the...
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Ganglion in extensor tendon of the hand: case report

Chung DW, Han JS, Lee YG, Ahn OK, Han SH

Ganglion is a common clinical entity, usually superficial in location, therefore easily diagnosed and most common tumors of the hand which represent 50 to 70% of all soft tissue tumors...
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Fracture of the Body of the hamate: A case report

Chung YK, Park MR, Yoo JH, Song BY, Kim JT

The hamate fracture is very rare condition. The mechanism of fracture may be attributed to direct trauma by rolling down. We have experienced a case of fracture of the body...
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Intraarticular Osteochondromatosis of the Ankle Joint: A Case Report

Kim MK, Lee KH, Kook HK

Osteochondroma is the most common of the benign bone tumors. They are probably developmental malformations rather than true neoplasms. But rarely they develope in a joint, especially in the ankle...
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Extravasation of Calcium Gluconate Leading to the Soft Tissue Mass in the Dorsum of the Wrist and Hand in a Neonate

Chung YK, Park MR, Yoo JH, Song BY, Kim KH

We recently treated an infant with abnormal calcification in the soft tissues of the wrist and hand caused by an intravenous injection of calcium gluconate for treatment of neonatal hypocalcemia....
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Simultaneous Fractures of the Vertebral End Plates of Fifth Lumbar and First Sacral Vertebrae: A Case Report

Lee SK, Ha KY, Lee NG, Chung JY, Kim KW

Fracture of the vertebral end plate in the lumbar and sacral spine has been reported as a rare lesion. Especially it is very rare that fractures are found at two...
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Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis of the Hip Joint

Lee SH, Kim KY, Cho TY

Plgmented villonodular synovitis is a benigh lesion that develops in joint lining and is characterized by an exuberant inflammation. Many authors have discussed etiology, clinical and radiological features, pathology and...
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Comparison of Autotransfusion with Homologous Transfusion in Spinal Surgery

Lee JH, Kim HS, Yoon KS, Lee DH, Do SH, Min SW, Kim JS

Autotransfusion has been used widely in surgical patients for the purpose of preventing complications associated with homologous transfusion. Recently it has been drawing much attention for the fear of transfusion-transmitted...
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Clinical Study of Gout

Sohn SK, Kim SS, Lee JY, Kim HJ, Kim CH

Primary gout is a metabolic disease that has its basis in an inborn error in the intermediary metabolism of purines and related compounds. It is characterized by hyperuricemia, recurrent attacks...
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Management of unstable open and closed Tibial Fractures using the Ilizarov Method

Choi KS, Yang CR, Lee YK

We reviewed thrity-one cases of unstable tibial fractures treated with Ilizarov method from January 1991 to December 1992. We attained satisfactory bony union in all cases without bone graft(Average time...
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A Experience on the Modified Step-Cut Osteotomy of Humerus

Kim HS

We studied the technical problems of step-cut osteotomy and a method to improve the problem. When a bony fragment is removed from distal humerus in step cut osteotomy, we obtain...
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The Complication in the Treatment Modality of Intertrochanteric Fracture of Femur

Kang JS, Park SR, Kim YH, Kim HS, Moon KH

Intertrochanteric fractures of femur were increasing in their incidence in morden life. The compression hip screw and Ender nail are popular treatment modalities of the interochanteric fracture of femur. We...
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Treatment of torn discoid meniscus in children

Lim HC, Lee SH, Chung YS

In children, snapping knee syndrome and joint pain with the loss of physiological hyperextension strongly suggests a diagnosis of a torn discoid meniscus. We performed arthroscopic meniscectomy to treat torn...
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Temporary Resection Arthrodesis in Malignant Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors around Knee Using Intramedullary Nail and Bone Cement

Lee SY, Lee JS, Jeon DG, Chung DH, Choi SM

So far with the advancement in treatment modalities for malignant bone and soft tissue sarcomas the survival rate become higher. Till now there are some questions who can survive. Temporary...
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A Comparison of Lumbar Lordosis in Asymptomatic and Low back pain group

Min HJ, Kim KW, Lee PG, Kim YH, Yoon US, An SH

To evaluate a relationship of lumbar lordosis between asymptomatic group and low back pain group, lumbar lordotic angle was measured from standing lateral lumbosacral roentogenogram of 360 men and women...
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Repair of Flexor Pollicis Longus Tendon Injury

Ihn JC, Kim ID, Kim PT, Shon SM

Anatomically flexor pollicis longus is different from deep finger flexors. Flexor pollicis longus tendon is unique in that it may be advanced without disturbing its blood supply, since it has...
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The Occult Osseous Lesions on Magnetic Resonance Imaging Associated with Acute Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears

Baek SK, Bin SI, Kim KY, Cho WS, Shin MJ

Magnetic resonance imaging(MRI) is accepted as a useful tool for the diagnosis of injury of the knee recently. The anterior cruciate ligament tear is accompanied by the damage of the...
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A Preliminary Report of Hybrid Total Knee Arthroplasty: Comparative STduy with Cementless Technique

Seong SC, Lee MC, Kim TG

Although long-term studies of total knee arthroplasty(TKA) have confirmed reliable relief of pain and maintenance of function, survivorship at nine to ten years has been inconsistent with late component loosening...
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Segmental pedicle screw fixation in the treatment of Thoracic idiopathic scoliosis

Suk SI, Lee CK, Kim WJ, Park YB, Chung YJ, Song KY

Segmentalization of spinal fixation enhances correction of the coronal plane deformity and allows preservation of normal sagittal contour offering rigid fixation. Purpose of this paper was to evaluate the efficacy...
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Augumentation Shelf Operation of Acetabulum for Hip Dysplasia

Lee SH, Sohn WY, Suh SW, Lim IT

Augumentation shelf operation of acetabulum, modified by senior author after Ghormley(1931) and Staheli(1981) procedures was performed on 6 patients(8 hips) for dysplastic hip in the adolescents and young adults during...
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