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Classification and Management of Fixed Paralytic Pelvic Obliquity

Lee DY, Choi IH, Chung CY, Cho TJ, Lee JC

In order to group the pelvic obliquity into clinically useful classification and to develop appropriate guidelines for treatment, we evaluated 55 patients who had been treated between 1985 and 1993...
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Salmonella Typhi Osteomyelitis in a Non-sickle Cell Patient: Three Cases Report

Shin KH, Youn KH, Jahng JS

Salmonella osteomyelitis is uncommon and it often develops in patients with sickle cell anemia and other hemoglobinopathy. Especially, osteomyelitis caused Salmonella typhi in a nonsickle cell patients is a very...
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Treatment of Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis

Park BM, Shin KH, Kim HW, Kim HJ

Histiocytosis X patients present with a variety of clinical manifestations and outcomes. The principal difficulty in the establishment of a definite protocol for treatment is based on the poor understanding...
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Expression of TGF-β, PDGF, Type I and II Collagen, and Osteonectin During Fracture Healing in Rat

Kim CH, Yeom BW, Kim HK, Moon JS, Park HR

To define the basic sequential events of the healing process in normal fracture and evaluate the role of growth regulatory molecules and extracellular matrix components, the expression of transforming growth...
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Tuberculous Osteomyelitis of the Long Bones

Shin KH, Kim HW, Shin SJ, Jahng JS

The incidence of the tuberculous osteomyelitis of bone and joint has been decreasing due to improvements in nutrition and medical treatment. However the resurgence of tuberculosis is observed with more...
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Subclavian Artery Thrombosis after Operative Treatment of Clavicular Fracture: A Case Report

Cho DY, Hahm YG, Woo BC

Altough neurovascular injury following clavicular fracture is significant problems, the incidence is low. Furthermore authors have not be able to find a report which describes subclavian artery injury as a...
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Complication in Learning Process of Surgeon after Interlocking Intramedullary Nailing for Long Bone Fracture

Choo SK, Kim BJ, Seo JG, Kim DY

There are many advantages in treating long bone fractures with interlocking intramedullary nail and its advantages are well known. Although it is used widely, many major and minor complication can...
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The Tibial Condylar Fractures with Dissociation of Metaphysis and Diaphysis Treated by Surgical Methods

Suh JT, Lim KS, Yoo CI

The tibial plateau fracture involving the articular surface clinically is a very important injury which often can cause disabilities of the knee joint. Open reduction and internal fixation have been...
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Tibia Fractures Treated With The External Fixator

Jang JH, Cha SG, Kim KH, Kang JO

The use of external fixator is popular in the treatment of open tibial fracture, severe comminuted fracture and segmental fracture, which minimizes further soft tissue injury and provides rigie fixation....
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Proximal Tibiofibular Arthrolysis in High Tibial Osteotomy

CHO SH, SONG HR, KOO KH, JEONG ST, PARK YJ, YANG JW

High tibial osteotomy has been widely accepted as a method of treatments for middle-aged varus osteoarthritides with uncompartmental involvements. There have been several reports regarding the managements of fibula and...
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Failures of the Nail in the Treatment of the Comminted Femoral Shaft Fractures with Interlocking Nail: Analysis of 6 cases

Jeong SD, Choi WT, Rho SK, Chon JG

The intramedullary nailing is one of the most available method in the treatment of femoral shaft fracture. Since the development of Küntscher nail in 1940, new designs such as the...
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Treatment of Ipsilateral Fractures of the Femoral Neck and Shaft

Kwon CS, Ahn JK, Kim JH, Sung YB, Hwang SY

Ipsilateral fractures of the femoral neck and shaft represent many difficulties in diagnosis and treatment. The femoral neck fracture of this injury is commonly missed on initial evaluation. The overlooked...
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Dynamization After Static Interlocking Intramedullary Nailing

Cho HO, Kwak KD, Cho SD, Kim BY

The purpose of this study is to make an emphasis the necessity of the dynamization after interlocking intramedullary nailing. We reviewed 75 cases of the fractures of the shaft of...
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The Operative Treatment for the Fractures of Distal Femur

Kim SS, Sohn SK, Lee KY, Park DM

The management of distal femur fractures are difficult because of many complications including nonunion, delayed union, infection, loss of fixation, joint stiffness and angular deformity. Until 1960s, conservative management was...
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Relationship between Traumatic Spinal Canal Stenosis and Neurologic Deficits in Thoracolumbar Burst Fractures

Lee YG, Choi JS, Kim YC, Yoo HD, Seo SS, Ahn KC, Park TS

In the assessment of thoracolumbar burst fractures, computed tomography(CT) is superior to other imaging modalities, especially when a more definitive assessment of the posterior elements of the spine or the...
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Operative Treatment of Thoracolumbar Spine Fractures with AO Internal Fixator

Park HJ, Rah JH, Yoo KJ

A retrospective analysis of eighty-six consecutive patients who underwent stabilization with AO internal fixator for thoracolumbar spine fractures was performed at Wonju Christian hospital between 1988 and 1994. The purpose...
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Segmental Instability in Posterolateral Lumbar Spinal Fusion

Park SR, Kim HS, Kang JS, Lee WH, Lee SK

The spinal fusion is used for correcting malformations, stabilizing unstable segments, and suppressing the progression of disease, but it causes more load on the adjacent segment and as a result,...
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Avulsion Injury of the Flexor Digitorum Profundus Tendon: A Case Report

Park JS, Choi WK, Son CS, Kwon H, Song JM, Rah SK

Avulsion injury of the flexor digitorum profundus tendon from distal phalanx is considered as a rare injury. Accrording to the classification by Leddy and Pacter, this case is Type III,...
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The Treatment of de Qurvain's Disease

Cho DY, Hahm YG, Seon CW

We treated the 90 wrists (83 patients) with de Quervain's disease, and studied retrospectively the factors affecting the result of treatment, and the results of several treatment modalities, compared with...
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Regenerate Bone Healing According to Osteotomy Methods in Ilizarov lengthening

Choi IS, Kwon OY, Kwak CH, Choi WS, Roh SI

The Ilizarov technique for gradual distraction osteogenesis was developed in the 1950s. A correctly performed osteotomy is essential to the success of distraction osteogenesis and prepares for limb lengthening. Between...
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