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Two-Year Follow-Up Results after Tendon Graft and Corrective Osteotomy for the Delayed Rupture of the 2nd-5th Flexor Tendons due to a Malunion of a Distal Radius Fracture - A Case Report -

Seo JH, Gwak HG, Lee JH

The delayed rupture of the flexor tendons is a rare complication of malunited distal radius fractures after nonoperative management. The known cause of a flexor tendon rupture is attrition between...
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Early Corrective Osteoclasis for Malunited Pediatric Medial Condylar Fracture of the Humerus

Jung HJ, Park HY, Kim Y

Fractures of the medial condyle of the distal humerus in children are very rare, and the younger the age, the more difficult it is to diagnose. These fractures include an...
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Treatment of Malunion

Kim JW, Park KH, Oh CW

Although current surgical techniques have reduced the incidence of malunion, it is still observed because of the complexity of the fracture or associated injuries. Osteotomy is needed when the amount...
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Delayed Rupture of Flexor Tendons due to a Malunion of Distal Radius Fracture

Kim TG, Heo YM, Yi JW, Oh BH, Ham CU

Tendon ruptures of the finger may occur due to various causes around the wrist. Because the malunion of distal radius affects the morphology of distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ), it may...
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Postoperative malocclusion after maxillofacial fracture management: a retrospective case study

Kim SY, Choi YH, Kim YK

PURPOSE: Various complications occur when a maxillofacial fracture is malunionized or improperly resolved. Malocclusion is the most common complication, followed by facial deformity, temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD), and neurological symptoms....
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A Correction of Malunion or Deformity in the Lower Extremity

Park KH, Kim JW, Oh CW

The incidence of malunion in the long bone with has been reduced because of the advancements in surgical technique. However, nonunion or malunion are still observed in mechanical axis deformation...
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Malunion: Deformity Correction of the Upper Extremity

Cha SM, Shin HD

Malunions after fractures are classified as shortened, angulated, torsion, or rotational deformities that is outside the acceptable range, regardless of the location, whether upper or lower extremity. The distinct feature...
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Functional Recovery of the Shoulder after Correcting Malrotation of the Distal Humerus: A Case Report

Yoo H, Han J, Byun Y, Jeong D, Shin D

Although studies on malrotation of the humerus possibly leading to dysfunction of the shoulder have been reported, studies on its causes are inadequate. The authors encountered a patient complaining of...
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Surgical Treatment of Malunion and Nonunion after Pelvic Bone Fracture

Min BW, Lee KJ

Regardless of the efforts of several treatments after pelvic bone fracture, as many as 5% of all pelvic fractures result in malunion or nonunion of the pelvis. These complications can...
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Treatment of Calcaneal Fracture Malunion Using Lateral Exostectomy and Corrective Osteotomy: A Report of Three Cases

Noh YM, Kim YM, Kim SY

Inappropriate treatment for calcaneus fracture may result in malunion causing long-lasting pain and functional deficits. When such complications occur, the ideal principle of management is preserving congruence and motion of...
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Mid-Term Follow Up Results of Subtalar Distraction Arthrodesis Using a Double Bone-Block for Calcaneal Malunion

Chung HJ, Bae SY, Choo JW

PURPOSE: This study was designed to evaluate the mid-term results and efficacy of subtalar distraction double bone-block arthrodesis for calcaneal malunion. MATERIALS AND METHODS: From January 2004 to June 2007, we...
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The Clinical Results of Opening Wedge Osteotomy in the Volarly Malunited Distal Radius

Lee SJ, Choi JH

PURPOSE: To report the clinical results of opening wedge osteotomy graft in the volarly malunited distal radius. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Ten patients with volarly malunited distal radius fractures treated by opening...
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Radiologic and Histological Study of Healing Process on Malunion Rat Model after Zygomatic Arch Fracture

Kim DK, Kim MJ, Na YS, Lee JW, Lee JS, Park CH

  • KMID: 2132086
  • J Rhinol.
  • 2013 Nov;20(2):96-101.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Zygomatic arch fracture should be treated early, because failure of prompt treatment of these injuries November result in significant morbidity, including malar asymmetry, enopthalmos, and sensory deficits....
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Treatment of Talonavicular Subluxation Accompanied by Calcaneal Malunion: A Case Report

Cha SM, Chang BH, Suh JS

  • KMID: 2063782
  • J Korean Foot Ankle Soc.
  • 2012 Dec;16(4):270-275.
There may be complications after comminuted or intraarticular calcaneal fracture regardless of the initial treatment. Transcalcaneal talonavicular dislocation is rarely reported severe form of calcaneal fracture. We experienced a neglected...
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Calcaneal Malunion

Chung HJ

  • KMID: 2063763
  • J Korean Foot Ankle Soc.
  • 2012 Jun;16(2):79-86.
Calcaneal fractures account for 2% of all fractures and approximately 60 to 70% of tarsal fractures. These fractures typically are the result of high-energy injury, such as a motor vehicle...
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Successful Treatment of Failed Ulnar Osteotomy by Concurrent Radial Osteotomy in a Forearm Malunion

Gong HS, Lee SJ, Lee YH, Baek GH

  • KMID: 2336287
  • J Korean Orthop Assoc.
  • 2011 Dec;46(6):533-538.
We present a patient with malunion of the ulna and radius, who experienced 2 consecutive healing failures after osteotomy of the ulnar malunion only. The purpose of the surgery was...
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Bilateral Malunion and Distal Radioulnar Joint Dislocation after Operative Treatment of Bilateral Galeazzi Fractures in Child: A Case Report

Cheon SJ, Kang DJ, Moon NH, Cha SH, Cho HM

Galeazzi fractures in child is rare and seldom necessary of operative treatment because the result of conservative treatment is good. We present the patient who was a 11-year-old male and...
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Subtalar Distraction Two Bone-Block Arthrodesis for Calcaneal Malunion

Chung HJ, Bae SY, Lee HS

  • KMID: 2063752
  • J Korean Foot Ankle Soc.
  • 2009 Jun;13(1):68-74.
PURPOSE: This study was designed to evaluate the results and efficacy of subtalar distraction two bone-block arthrodesis for calcaneal malunion. MATERIALS AND METHODS:From January 2004 to June 2007, we operated on...
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Surgical Treatment of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Secondary to Clavicular Malunion

Yoo MJ, Seo JB, Kim JP, Lee JH

According to the literature, thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) secondary to the malunion of displaced fractures of the clavicle is rare. Various surgical methods, including simple neurolysis, resection of the first...
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A Case of the Forme Fruste Choledochal Cyst

Joo DH

  • KMID: 1487203
  • J Korean Assoc Pediatr Surg.
  • 2008 Dec;14(2):178-182.
Forme fruste choledochal cyst (FFCC) is one of the diverse types of choledochal cyst with little or no dilatation of the extrahepatic bile duct (EHBD). It is considered that FFCC...
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