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Meshed Stab Incision for Severe Swelling after Foot and Ankle Injury: A Technical Report

Hyun YS, Kim GL, Shin SI, Hong SY, Park JS, Choi SM

Swelling is a body's natural reaction to foot and ankle injury to mount a healing inflammatory response. To some degree, swelling is necessary for healing and is something that cannot...
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Checkrein Deformity Due to Flexor Digitorum Longus Adhesion after Comminuted Calcaneus Fracture: A Case Report

Kim JS, Lee HS, Young KW, Lee KW, Cho HK, Lee SY

The checkrein deformity describes tethering of the flexor hallucis longus tendon, which mainly occurs after fracture of the distal tibia. The deformity increases with dorsiflexion of the ankle and decreases...
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Bipartite Medial Cuneiform Combined with Accessory Navicular: A Case Report

Lee TH, Nam IH, Moon GH, Lee YH, Ahn GY, Lee YH

Accessory navicular is a congenital anomaly appearing in the secondary ossification center on the tuberosity of the navicular that may cause flatfoot. Bipartite medial cuneiform is another rare congenital anomaly...
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Intraosseous Calcaneal Lipoma with Subtalar Perforation through Cystic Degeneration: A Case Report

Kumar A, Stephanie , Choi JY, Chang S, Suh JS

Intraosseous lipoma is a benign tumor that originates from proliferating mature lipocytes. It often occurs in the metaphysis of long bones of the lower extremity, and also in the calcaneus,...
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Hybrid Operation for Arteriovenous Malformation in Left Soleus Muscle with Embolization of Feeding Artery and En Bloc Resection: A Case Report

Chun DI, Kim SM, Yun S, Kim YJ, Goo DE, Choi IH

Arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are characterized by the presence of abnormal connections between feeding arteries and draining veins. It is generally assumed that symptomatic lesions can preferably be treated. Due to...
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Treatment Result of Foot Amputation Stratified by Level of Amputation

Kim JH, Ko HT, Suh JS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the incidence and cause of reamputation with respect to the location of foot amputation. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Eighty-six patients who received amputations...
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Usefulness of Treatment with 6.5 mm Cancellous Screw and Steinmann Pin Fixation for Calcaneal Joint Depression Fracture

Lee GS, Kang C, Hwang DS, Noh CK, Lee GY

PURPOSE: To report the radiographic and clinical results of 6.5 mm cancellous full threaded buttress screw or Steinmann pin fixation to maintain a reduction of calcaneal posterior facet depression fracture. MATERIALS...
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Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation as a Secondary Procedure after Failed Microfracture for Osteochondral Lesion of Talus

Kim JS

Microfracture as a reparative strategy is the treatment of choice for an osteochondral lesion of talus. Although the results of microfracture are generally excellent, at least 30% of patients who...
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Total Ankle Replacement Arthroplasty

Sung IH, Kim HU

Total ankle replacement has been performed for treatment of end stage arthritis of the ankle, hopefully being an alternative to ankle arthrodesis. However, due to its high failure rates, earlier...
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