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Factors Associated with the Effect of Conservative Treatment in Surgically Indicated Single-Level Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Patient

Ahn YJ, Im SH, Jang SI

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study of date collected prospectively. OBJECTIVES: To report analytic results about association factors related to effect of conservative treatment in surgically indicated single level lumbar spinal stenosis patient. SUMMARY...
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Anatomical Characteristics of the Anterior Talofibular Ligament in Ankle Joint of Korean Population

Kwon HW, Park J, Kim D, Park KR, Lee MJ, Choi YJ, Kang H, Yoon KH, Cho J

The anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL) plays a role to stabilize ankle joint and prevent ankle sprain by limiting the motion range of ankle joint. The aim of this study was...
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Primary Treatment of Acute Ankle Sprain: Retrospective Comparison of Cast Immobilization and Functional Ankle Brace

Bae SY, Ahn SH, Chung HJ, Kam MC

PURPOSE: To compare the efficacy between cast immobilization and functional treatment using an ankle brace as a treatment for acute lateral ankle sprain. MATERIALS AND METHODS: This study reviewed the medical...
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Association of Falls and Fear of Falling with Mortality in Korean Adults: The Dong-gu Study

Oh J, Choi CK, Kim SA, Kweon SS, Lee YH, Nam HS, Park KS, Ryu SY, Choi SW, Shin MH

This study evaluated the association between falls and the fear of falling (FOF) with the risk of all-cause mortality in Korean adults. The study enrolled 4,386 subjects aged 50 years...
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Ankle Sprain Affects Lower Leg Muscle Activation on Vertical Landing, Half Point, and Gait in Female Ballet Students

Kim H

PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate effect of ankle instability on peripheral muscle activation among female ballet dancers to provide information on the development of prevention programs for ankle injury...
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Factors Associated with Conversion from Conservative to Surgical Treatment in Single-Level Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Patients

Ahn YJ, Im SH, Park BK

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study of prospectively-collected data. OBJECTIVES: To determine the factors associated with conversion from conservative to surgical treatment in single-level lumbar spinal stenosis patients. SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW: Various reports...
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Evidence-based Treatment of Acute Lateral Ankle Sprain

Cho BK

Acute lateral ankle sprain, which is the most common musculoskeletal injury, can be treated effectively with appropriate evidence-based initial care using PRICE (protection, rest, ice, compression, and elevation) and functional...
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Injuries and Illnesses of Korean Athletes during the Almaty Winter Universiade Games 2017

Jeong HS, Lee SY, Kim S, Jeong K, Lee EH, Kim Y, Kim HC

PURPOSE: This study aimed to describe the pattern of injuries and illnesses among Korean athletes during the Almaty Winter Universiade 2017. METHODS: All medical staffs of Korean team recorded the daily...
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Indications of Lateral Ankle Ligament Reconstruction with a Free Tendon and Associated Evidence

Kang HJ, Jung HG

Ankle sprain is one of the most common musculoskeletal injuries. Although most ankle sprains respond well to conservative measures, chronic instability following an acute sprain has been reported to occur...
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Complications and Socioeconomic Costs Associated With Falls in the Elderly Population

Lee YG, Kim SC, Chang M, Nam E, Kim SG, Cho SI, Ryu DH, Kam S, Choi BY, Park SB, Kim MJ

OBJECTIVE: To explore the incidence, characteristics, complications and socioeconomic impacts associated with falls in community-dwelling elderly. METHODS: From September 1, 2015 to October 12, 2015, a questionnaire-based survey was conducted involving...
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An overview of compensated work-related injuries among Korean firefighters from 2010 to 2015

Kim HD, An YS, Kim DH, Jeong KS, Ahn YS

BACKGROUND: Although one in two firefighters in South Korea have experienced work-related injuries, there are few studies which show the overview description on work-related injuries and its analysis regarding such...
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Complete Rupture of the Proximal Hamstring

Kweon SH, Kim CG, Yoo BM, Cho HH, Choi YC

While a sprain of the hamstring muscle is relatively common in athletes or those who participate in physically active sports, a complete rupture of the proximal hamstring is relatively rare....
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Analysis of Workplace Accidents in Automotive Repair Workshops in Spain

López-Arquillos A, Rubio-Romero JC

BACKGROUND: To analyze the effects of the factors associated with different types of injury (superficial wounds, dislocations and sprains, bone fractures, concussion and internal injuries, burns scalding and freezing) caused...
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Recommendations to Prevent and Manage Snowboarder Injuries in the FIS Snowboard World Cup

Ko KW, Kim TH, Cha KC, Cha YS, Park KH, Sun KH, Kim H, Hwang SO, Lee KH

PURPOSE: Snowboarding accidents may cause severe injury due to the advanced skills required of Olympic athletes and the faster speed compared to many other sports. The aim of this study...
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Type III Guyon Syndrome in 'B Boy' Break-Dancer: A Case Report

Hu SY, Choi JG, Son BC

Although the musculoskeletal injuries associated with break-dancing which is gaining more popularity among adolescent and young people has been reported, the report regarding a peripheral nerve injury associated with breakdance...
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Trend of Occupational Injuries/Diseases in Pakistan: Index Value Analysis of Injured Employed Persons from 2001-02 to 2012-13

Abbas M

BACKGROUND: The present study aimed to analyze the index value trends of injured employed persons (IEPs) covered in Pakistan Labour Force Surveys from 2001-02 to 2012-13. METHODS: The index value method...
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Ankle Sprain

Byun CH, Chung JW

Acute sprain of the ankle requires comprehensive history taking and physical examination in diagnosing the type of severity and deciding on the plan of treatment. Literature supports functional treatment as...
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Severe Open Ankle Sprain (SOAS): A Case Report

Yoon SH, Hwang CH

  • KMID: 2094402
  • J Korean Soc Traumatol.
  • 2014 Jun;27(2):25-28.
Ankle injury is a very common injury. Especially it is the most commonly injured site in cases sports injuries. However, severe open ankle sprain (SOAS), defined as the tearing of...
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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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Dectin-1 Stimulation Selectively Reinforces LPS-driven IgG1 Production by Mouse B Cells

Seo BS, Lee SH, Lee JE, Yoo YC, Lee J, Park SR

Dectin-1, which specifically recognizes beta-glucan of fungal cell walls, is a non-Toll-like receptor (TLR) pattern recognition receptor and a representative of C-type lectin receptors (CLRs). The importance of Dectin-1 in...
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