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Significance of Brain MRI in the Diagnosis of Fat Embolism Syndrome

Yoon HK, Jeon KP, Jung DE, Jeon HS, Kim YS

The fat embolism syndrome is a complication which encounters rarely after fractures of pelvis and long bones of lower extremity of severe injury of soft tissue, and may results in...
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Classification and Evaluation of the Clinical Result of the Calcaneal Fracture Based on The Computed Tomography

Song KS, Kang CH, Min BW, Sohn GJ

The calcaneal fractures, the most common tarsal bone fracture are one of the difficult fractures in diagnosis and treatment because of its anatomic complexity and fracture pattern. The authors had...
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Comparison of Conservative and Operative Treatment of Achilles Tendon Rupture

Lee EW, Kang KS, Kang SY, Jin WJ

The treatment of Achilles tendon rupture is controversial between surgical repair and conservative cast treatment. Until the 1970s, treatment of Achilles tendon rupture was predominantly surgical repair, but Lea and...
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The Larsen Procedure for Chronic Ankle Lateral Instability

Shim JI, Kim TS, Lee SJ, Lee SH, You CM, Jae HK, Chung IW

Injury of the ankle ligaments is one of the most common sports-related injuries. Although there are some debates as to the best initial treatment for an acute tear of a...
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The Role of Peroneus Longus Insertion on First Metatarsal Against metatarsus varus force

Lee KT, Kim HC

It is likely that the peroneus longus tendon acts as a structure resisting the varus force upon the first column of the foot. Our study was designed to examine the...
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Giant Epidermal Cyst - A Case Repot -

Yim SJ, Choi PG, Yoon SR, Jeong SY, Rah SK, Choi CU, Koh ES

Epidermal cysts slowly growing, intradermal or subcutaneous tumors that usually cease growing after having reached 1 to 5 cm in diameter. We report a case of giant epidermal cyst on...
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Results of Limb Salvage Surgery in Primary Malignant Bone Tumors

Lee HK, Lee SH, Kim HS, Lee SM, Oh JH

Limb salvage operation in primary malignant bone tumors is increasing recently, according to the improvement of diagnostic methods, surgical technique and adjuvant chemotherapy. The purpose of this study is to...
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Entrapment Neuropathy of the Suprascapular Nerve by a Gangilion - A Case Report -

Hahn SH, Yang BK, Kim CH, Ahn TW, Kim TS

Entrapment neuropathy of the suprascapular nerve is rare and frequently overlooked in the differential diagnosis of shoulder pain. There have been few published reports on a ganglion compressing the suprascapular...
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Neurilemoma of Trunk and Extremities

Lee SH, Jung HG, Lee HK

Neurilemoma is benign never-sheath tumor which has been described as painless mass and is usually discovered incidentally. It is the most common tumor of peripheral nerve origin and may arise...
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Experimental Study of Cryopreserved Meniscus Allograft in Rabbit

Lim H, Lee S, Chung Y, Park D

To examine the fate of cryopreserved meniscus used as orthotopic allograft on alternative to total removal of menisci, the authors have performed replacement of medial meniscus with cryopreserved one which...
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Anomalous Insertion of the Anterior Medial Meniscus

Kim SJ, Kim DW

The anterior horn of the medial meniscus is the site of most variations, but anomalies of the medial meniscus are extremely rare. From July 1990 through December 1994, the authors...
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The Use of Holmium: Yag laser in Partial Menisectomy - A Preliminary Report -

Ha KI, Kim SH, Sung GS

Previous applications of laser bone and cartilage ablation have focused largely on the CO2 and the Nd:Yag lasers, using both the continuous wave and rapid superpulsed mode, which revealed severe...
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Comparison between Total and Partial Resection with Arthroscope in the Lateral Discoid Meniscus

Lee BI, Kim YS, Know YB, Yo JE, Shin BJ, Rah SK, Choi CU

In the treatment of meniscal injury of the knee joint, it has been known that the result of partial meniscectomy to prevent degenerative change of the knee joint after meniscectomy....
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Reconstruction of the Acetabular Bone Defect with Morselized Bone Grafts in Acetabular Cup Revision Screw fixed Hemispherical Cup vs. Bipolar Cup

Kim YM, Kim HJ, Kim GH, Lee SM, Lee CH

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the results of the reconstruction of acetabular bone defect with morselized bone graft in revision of failed acetabular cup, used screw fixed...
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Conversion to Total Hip Arhoroplasty after Girdlestone Operation

Hwang SK, Yoon YS, Kim DK

From Mar. 1984 to Mar. 1994, we carried out 18 revision operations in patients who received Girdlestone operation due to the infection of hip was 7 cases, tuberculosis of hip...
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Core Decompression on Osteonecrosis of Femoral Head

Hahn SH, Yang BK, Kim CH, Ahn TW, Park DH

Early stage osteonecrosis of femoral head is a major therapeutic dilemma in orthopedics. Many joint preserving treatment modalities have been proposed, but none of them is entirely satisfactory. Among them,...
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Histopathologic Correlation of Magnetic Resonance Image Findings in Ischemic Necrosis of the Femoral Head (INFH)

Won CH, Kang SB, Chang BS, Shin G, Jeon KC, Yoo JS

Magnetic resonance image of INFH were correlated with histologic sections. Seventeen patients withe eighteen hips were included in this study. reoperative radiographs and MRI were taken for the patients. Three...
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Treatment of the Fractures of the Shaft of the Femur with Intramedullary Nailing

Yoon HK, Jung DE, Jeon HS, Park SY

Intramedullary nailing was generally accepted as an excellent method in the treatment of femoral shaft fracture to provide rigid fixation of the fracture, to allow early motion of the joint,...
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Operative Treatment of Tibial Bicondylar Fracture

Yoon HK, Oh KH, Kang KH, Kim JI, Park MH

Fractures involving both tibial plataeus result form high energy trauma such as a traffic accidents or falls, and it is frequently accompanied by soft tissue injuries. Thus it is very...
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Surgical Treatment in Recurrent Tennis Elbow

Cho DY, Hahm YG, Lee ZM

Tennis elbow is common, and offen disabling problem even in daily living;conservative treatments commonly make satisfactory results, but recurrence is frequent and discouraging. So, surgical treatments are considered in certain...
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