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Artificial Fusion of Infected Total Knee Arthroplasty Using a Flexible Intramedullary Rod Bundle and an Antibiotic-Loaded Cement Spacer

Lee DH, Shin YS, Park JH, Nha KW, Yoon JR, Han SB

Multiple total knee arthroplasty (TKA) failure resulting from a recurrent infection is a challenging problem. Knee arthrodesis is one treatment option that normally involves the application of an external fixator,...
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Musculocutaneous Nerve Entrapment after Biceps Long Head Tendon Rupture

Lee TJ, Ryu DJ

Biceps long head tendon rupture is relatively common and requires approximately four weeks of splintage as a general treatment. Musculocutaneous nerve entrapment is commonly caused by excessive exercise or direct...
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Granular Cell Tumor in the Sartorius Muscle

Kim JB, Choi KM, Kwon SW, Nho JH, Suh YS, Park JS

Granular cell tumor, a soft tissue neoplasm that originates in the nervous system, is a very unusual tumor. Granular cell tumor appears as a solitary painless lesion, which can arise...
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A Girl with Limping Diagnosed as Burkitt Lymphoma

Cha SM, Shin HD, Kim KC, Lee JK

A three-year-old girl presented with a right-sided limp and mild fever. Laboratory findings were normal, except for an elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) of 30 mm/h and a C-reactive protein...
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Osteosarcoma of the Metacarpal Bone

Kim TW, Seo CH, Cheon SJ, Lee SH, Kim JI

Osteosarcoma commonly develops around the knee joint, and rarely in the hand. Patients with osteosarcoma of the hand often present with pain and swelling, and osteosarcoma of the hand has...
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Neurologic and Functional Outcomes after Traumatic Central Cord Syndrome

Song KC, You JW, Kim HH, Sohn HM

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine the direction for treatment and to evaluate factors influencing improvement by comparison of neurologic and functional outcomes of surgical treatment and...
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Correlation between Femoral Tunnel Location in Three-Dimensional Computed Tomography and Femoral Tunnel Angle in Plain Radiographs after Single-Bundle Anterior Cruciate Reconstruction

Lee JH, Park H, Jeong SY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to determine correlation between femoral tunnel angle in the coronal plane on a simple radiograph and femoral tunnel location in the sagittal plane...
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The Effect of Surgical Scrub in Orthopaedic Surgery

Chang HJ, Nam JH, Kim DY, Kim HS, Park SH, Lee SW, Kim TH, Cho MR

PURPOSE: Two antiseptic solutions were investigated for their effect on bacterial growth inhibition. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A total of 38 patients were included in this study, who visited Daegu Catholic Medical...
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Treatment of Isolated Posterior Malleolus Fracture in the Ankle

Kim JH, Cha SM, Jo DY, Suh JS

PURPOSE: An isolated posterior malleolar fracture in the ankle is very rare. We treated eight cases of isolated posterior malleolar fracture, and describe the clinical features and outcomes of treatment. MATERIALS...
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Surgical Treatment of Chronic Ankle Lateral Instability: Reconstruction with Tenodesis or Tendon Graft

Lee JY, Park SS

Numerous reconstructive procedures have been described for treatment of chronic lateral ankle instability; however, controversy remains regarding the ideal surgical option. Numerous studies of the Brostrom procedure or its modifications...
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Anatomical Repair for Chronic Lateral Ankle Instability

Chung HJ

Ankle sprain secondarily leads to chronic lateral ankle instability in 20%-30% of cases. Many surgical procedures have been presented for lateral ankle instability; however, controversy remains regarding the ideal surgical...
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Conservative Management of Ankle Sprains

Kim HJ

Ankle sprains are the most common sports related lower extremity injuries. Lateral ankle sprains are most common in ankle sprains. The staged treatment is recommended for the acute lateral ankle...
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Ankle Sprains: Epidemiology, Anatomy and Injury Mechanism

Sung KS

Ankle sprain is one of the most common musculoskeletal injuries, nearly half of all ankle sprains occur during athletic activity. With a high incidence, as many as 40% of patients...
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