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Calcaneal Tuberosity Avulsion Fracture after Repair of Achilles Tendon Rupture: A Case Report

Lee SH, Yi Y, Kim S, Kang HJ

In clinical practice, recurrent Achilles ruptures have been noted to occurr at the original ruptured site. However, reports of new developed fresh rupture of the Achilles tendon in other sites...
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Visually Indistinguishable Intractable Neuroma Management after Below Knee Amputation: A Case Report

Shin SK, Kim KC, Roh Y, Kim J

Symptomatic neuromas after amputation can be troublesome to treat and make it difficult to properly fit a brace. Surgical management is required when conservative management such as prosthetic socket modification...
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Treatment Using a Single-Lobed Rotation Flap in Diabetic Forefoot Ulceration: Five Case Reports

Kim JB, Lee BJ, Kim CU, Jung D

Diabetic foot ulcers can progress to the point where amputation is needed, and so these ulcers require active treatment. Skin grafts or flaps can be performed for coverage of this...
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Bony Fragment Excision Followed by Multiple Drilling and Fragment Fixation Using Bio-absorbable Pins for Bilateral Osteochondral Fracture of the Lateral Talar Dome: A Case Report

Lee YJ, Suh JS, Choi JY

An osteochondral fracture is considered to be an injury involving the cartilage and subchondral bone. Acute traumatic osteochondral fractures can be related to joint instability because abnormal joint motion causes...
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Symmetrical Digital Gangrene Resulting from Vasopressor Usage for the Treatment of Septic Shock: Case Reports

Song JH, Heo YM, Oh BH, Cha HJ

Symmetrical Digital Gangrene (SDG) is characterized by the sudden onset of peripheral, symmetrical gangrene in the absence of any major vascular occlusive disease. Catecholamine inotropes are frequently used for the...
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Efficacy of Ilizarov External Fixation and Autologous Bone Grafting for Performing Arthrodesis on the Ankle Arthropathy with Risk Factors

Lee YS, Nam IH, Lee TH, Ahn GY, Lee YH, Lee HH, Hwang SH

PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to evaluate if the Ilizarov external fixation procedure with axial compression can help to obtain fusion across the ankle joint in patients with...
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Improvement of Pain according to Magnetic Resonance Imaging Classification in Bone Contusion around Foot and Ankle

Kim HJ, Lee KB

PURPOSE: Bone contusion is usually treated with conservative therapy for 3 months. Bone contusion around knee and hip joints has been extensively reported on, but there are scant reports on...
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Anterior Talofibular Ligament and Superior Extensor Ankle Retinaculum Thicknesses: Relationship with Balance

Malloy B, Furrow D, Cook H, Smoot E, Cash L, Aron A, Jagger K, Harper B

PURPOSE: This study determined if anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL)/superior extensor ankle retinaculum (SEAR) thicknesses are related to dynamic balance in individuals with chronic ankle instability (CAI). MATERIALS AND METHODS: The subjects...
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Surgical Outcomes of the Reinforcing Technique of a Weakened Medial Capsule in Severe Hallux Valgus Using Internal Brace

Lee JK, Kang C, Hwang DS, Lee GS, Hwang JM, Seo GW, Kim DH

PURPOSE: This study evaluated the clinical and radiological results after reinforcement of the weakened medial joint capsule using Internal Brace (Arthrex) for treating severe hallux valgus. MATERIALS AND METHODS: This study...
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Radiographic Risk Factors of Recurrent Hallux Valgus Deformity after Modified Scarf and Akin Osteotomy

Suh JW, Kim SH, Park HW

PURPOSE: This study investigated the recurrence rate after performing hallux valgus correction using scarf and Akin osteotomy, and also identified the correlation and cut-off values of both the preoperative and...
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Clinical Results Over Time for Unilateral versus Bilateral Simultaneous Short Scarf Osteotomy

Jeong C, Park IK, Chung JW

PURPOSE: This study compared the radiographic and clinical outcomes of simultaneous bilateral short scarf osteotomy with those of unilateral short scarf osteotomy in hallux valgus patients. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The authors...
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Treatment of Recurrent Hallux Valgus after Surgery

Kwon KB, Lee KM

Recurrence is a common complication following hallux valgus surgery. The postoperative recurrence rates have been reported to be between 2.7% and 16%. Reoperation is considered only for the recurrent deformities...
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Approach for the Treatment on Hallux Valgus

Lee SH, Lee YC

Although many patients who undergo bunion repair do well and have satisfactory results, a critical evaluation of these results shows the potential for improvement. Metatarsal deformity of the hallux valgus...
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