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Hinged multiperforator-based extended dorsalis pedis adipofascial flap for dorsal foot defects

Moktader MAAA

Background Adipofascial flaps covered with a skin graft address the challenges involved in reconstructing dorsal foot defects. The purpose of this study was to describe a large adipofascial flap based...
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Treatment Strategy for an Electrical Burn Patient with Multiple Fourth-Degree Wounds

Sung KY, Lee SJ, Joo HS

Electrical burns, especially high-voltage burns, usually cause necrosis of the subcutaneous fat, fascia, muscle, and bone. The reconstruction of electrical injuries often involves multiple surgeries. We present the case of...
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Volar Open V-Y Flap for Distal Toe Injury

Lee YH, Lee YH, Kim MB, Lee CH, Baek GH

PURPOSE: Soft tissue construction of the toe is challenging because there are low blood supply and lack of available soft tissue around the defect. The purpose of this study is...
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Chopart Joint Fracture and Dislocation: A Report of Three Cases

Kim SH, Suh JW, Park HW

Chopart joint fracture and dislocation are rare injuries compared with other joint injuries with various clinical manifestations. Moreover, there is a lack of knowledge of the radiological findings of the...
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Reconstruction of a Mangled Foot with an Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap

Cook KH, Park MC, Park DH, Lee IJ, Song HK, Park YU

PURPOSE: In recent decades, amputation is still recommended for patients with extensive lower extremity wounds requiring coverage. Although the feet contribute relatively little to total body surface area, they are...
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Comparing Ankle Range of Motion, Functional Ability, Talar Tilt Angle and Foot Injuries between High School Ballet Majors with and without Foot Deformities

Lee CM, Lee JH

BACKGROUND: The purpose of the study was to compare and contrast ankle range of motion, functional ability, talar- tilt angle and foot injuries between high school ballet majors with and...
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Injuries Associated with the 580 km University Student Grand Voluntary Road March: Focus on Foot Injuries

Choi SC, Min YG, Lee IS, Yoon GH, Kang BR, Jung YS, Cho JP, Kim GW

College student volunteers (n = 142) completed a 580 km road march for 21 consecutive days. Each volunteer carried a backpack that weighed 14.1 +/- 1.4 kg on the average....
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Can an EMT Apply the Ottawa Ankle Rules to Patients with Ankle Injury?

Kang W, Park KH, Kim WJ, Kang YJ, Park JO, Lee SG

  • KMID: 2332787
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2010 Aug;21(4):454-458.
PURPOSE: The Ottawa ankle rule (OAR) is a clinical decision rule to detect bony injury in patients with a recent ankle injury. We evaluated the ability of emergency medical technicians...
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Rehabilitation of Common Ankle and Foot Sports Injuries

Hwang JH

  • KMID: 1467535
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2009 Feb;29(1):84-93.
Ankle and foot injuries are endemic to all sports that involve running, jumping, cutting, or kicking. Ankle injuries, especially ligament sprains are the most common injuries seen at all levels...
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