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Outcomes of Re-fixation after the First Intraocular Lens Scleral Fixation

Nah SK, Kim JW, Kim CG, Kim JH

Purpose: To investigate the outcomes of re-fixation after the first intraocular lens (IOL) scleral fixation. Methods: We retrospectively reviewed the charts of patients who underwent second IOL scleral fixation and...
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Irreducible Anterior Subluxation of the Ankle Joint Caused by Os Trigonum and Transverse Ligament: A Case Report

Kyung MG

Ankle joint is a stable mortise structure, therefore pure ankle dislocation without ankle fracture is rare. Several adjacent anatomical structures have been reported as a cause of irreducible ankle dislocation....
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Complex open elbow fracture-dislocation with severe proximal ulna bone loss: a case report of massive osteochondral allograft surgical treatment

Concina C, Crucil M, Theodorakis E, Saggin G, Perin S, Gherlinzoni F

We report a case of a 69-year-old right-dominant man who had an open Monteggia-like lesion of the right elbow (Gustilo-Andersen IIIA) with severe proximal ulna bone loss associated with an...
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Long-Term Results of Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis Treated with the Modified Dunn Procedure in a Colombian Cohort

Sarassa C, Carmona D, Isaza DV, Rodríguez CR, Torres AMH

Background: Slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) is a severe and catastrophic disorder that affects the hips of adolescents. Many reports about surgical procedures to treat this condition have been published, but...
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Concomitant Acromioclavicular and Coracoclavicular Ligament Reconstruction with a Duo-Figure-8 Autogenic Graft Wrapping Technique for Treating Chronic Acromioclavicular Separation

Huang FT, Lin KC, Lin CY, Chang WN

Background: Coracoacromial ligament transfer is the traditional procedure for treating chronic acromioclavicular separation, but it is significantly inferior to ligament reconstruction according to biomechanical and clinical studies. However, ligament reconstruction...
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Multiple Ossicular Dislocation Including Stapediovestibular Dislocation Presenting with Conductive Hearing Loss

Lee G, Kim Y, Kim BJ

Temporal bone trauma can cause hearing loss and in case of prolonged conductive hearing loss, traumatic ossicular injury should be considered. Separation of the incudostapedial joint is the most common...
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Kaplan’s Lesion of the Little Finger Treated with Open Reduction by a Volar Approach: A Case Report

Um JH, Kim SH, Jo DI

Kaplan’s lesions are defined as open wounds with the metacarpal head exposed in the palms, accompanied by complex dorsal dislocation of the metacarpophalangeal joint (MCPJ). Kaplan’s lesions are clinically rare...
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Irreducible Acute Patellar Dislocation with Anatomical Variant: Notched Patella

Na HY, Song WS, Lee JY

Most acute patella dislocations can be reduced closely using a spontaneous or simple maneuver, but it may not be possible if accompanied the by anomalies, such as rotation of the...
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Serial Changes in Perianchor Cysts Following Arthroscopic Labral Repair Using All-Suture Anchors

Lee JH, Kang JS, Park I, Shin SJ

Background: Changes in perianchor cysts around the all-suture anchors, which demonstrate distinguished features from the biocomposite anchors, have not been revealed sufficiently. The purpose of this study was to investigate...
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Glenoid Bone Loss in Shoulder Instability: Superiority of Three-Dimensional Computed Tomography over Two-Dimensional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Using Established Methodology

Weber AE, Bolia IK, Horn A, Villacis D, Omid R, Tibone JE, White E, Hatch GF

Background: Recent literature suggests that three-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging (3D MRI) can replace 3D computed tomography (3D CT) when evaluating glenoid bone loss in patients with shoulder instability. We aimed...
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Trans-scaphoid Perilunate Fracture Dislocation

Kim HS, Oh WT, Koh IH, Choi YR, Kang HJ

Trans-scaphoid perilunate fracture dislocations, which account for more than half of total cases of perilunate injuries, are common in young patients and occur as a result of high-energy injuries, and...
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Results of Surgical Treatment of Patella Dislocation

Kim HT, Cho YJ

Purpose: Patellar dislocations have a range of causes. This study examined the results of treatment aimed at balancing soft tissues around the patella. Materials and Methods: Thirty-two patellar dislocations in 28...
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Manipulation of Tibial Component to Ensure Avoidance of Bearing Separation from the Vertical Wall of Tibial Component in Oxford Unicompartmental Arthroplasty

Hiranaka T, Tanaka T, Okimura K, Fujishiro T, Shigemoto R, Araki S, Okada R, Nako R, Kamenaga T, Okamoto K

In Oxford unicompartmental knee arthroplasty, the relationship between the mobile bearing and the vertical wall of the tibial tray is important in preventing bearing dislocation. Separation of the bearing from...
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Characteristics of Elbow Dislocation in Patients with Preexisting Cubitus Varus

Cho CH, Kim DH, Park SG, Shin D, Kim BS

Background: The aim of this study was to investigate the clinical presentations, patterns of soft-tissue injuries, and outcomes of treatment of elbow dislocations in patients with preexisting cubitus varus. Methods: Four...
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Remodeling of Traumatic Sternal Segment Dislocation in a 13-Year-Old Boy

Kim K, Cho YJ, Lee HY

A traumatic sternal segment dislocation in children is very rare. Of the few cases reported, some recommended surgical treatment, while others reported good results by conservative treatment. Therefore, the treatment...
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Treatment of Traumatic Sternoclavicular Joint Anterior Dislocation with a Sternal Fracture

Choi S, Shin DJ, Hwang SM

A traumatic dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint is a rare injury, and among them, anterior dislocation is more common than a posterior dislocation. Posterior dislocation is a potential risk by...
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Comparison of the Outcomes according to the Injury Type of the Short Radiolunate Ligament in Fracture-Dislocation of the Radiocarpal Joint

Heo YM, Kim TG, Song JH, Jang MG, Lee SW

Purpose: Radiocarpal dislocation (RCD), which is caused by high-energy trauma, often involves radial styloid fractures and short radiolunate ligament (SRLL) injuries. Although SRLL injuries may occur as a simple rupture...
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Is Anterior-Only Fixation Adequate for Three-Column Injuries of the Cervical Spine?

Sethy SS, Ahuja K, Ifthekar S, Sarkar B, Kandwal P

Study Design: Retrospective case series. Purpose: To analyze the clinical and functional outcomes of patients who have undergone anterior cervical discectomy/corpectomy and fusion (ACDF/ACCF) for a three-column cervical spine injury (CSI). Overview...
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Surgical Management of Shoulder and Knee Instability in Patients with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: Joint Hypermobility Syndrome

Homere A, Bolia IK, Juhan T, Weber AE, Hatch GF

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) is a hereditary disorder of the connective tissue, which has been classified into numerous subtypes over the years. EDS is generally characterized by hyperextensible skin, hypermobile joints,...
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Magnetic resonance imaging analysis of rotator cuff tear after shoulder dislocation in a patient older than 40 years

Kim JH, Park JW, Heo SY, Noh YM

Background: This study was designed to evaluate characters of the rotator cuff tear (RCT) recognized after primary shoulder dislocation in patients older than 40. Methods: From 2008 to 2019, patients...
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