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Suggestion to Use Optimal ABO Non-Identical but Compatible RBC Components in Emergency/Massive Transfusions: Are Type O RBC the Second Best for Type AB Patients?

Lee HR

According to the transfusion guidelines, type O RBC is the best choice for emergency transfusions if the recipient’s ABO group is unknown. If the recipient’s ABO group is confirmed after...
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Superior capsular reconstruction for irreparable rotator cuff tear: a review of current methods

Chung SW, Kim DH, Lee HJ, Hong WK, Chung SH, Yoon JP

Irreparable massive rotator cuff tears can significantly impact daily life; and these types of tears can be difficult to repair completely, especially in younger patients who are more active and...
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InSpace Balloon for the Management of Massive Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Daher M, Pearl A, Zalaquett Z, Elhassan BT, Abboud JA, Fares MY, Saleh KJ

Background: The best course of action for massive irreparable rotator cuff tears (MIRCTs) is not universally agreed upon. Numerous surgical techniques have been discussed. The implantation of a biodegradable spacer...
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Do Magnets Have the Potential to Serve as a Stabilizer for the Shoulder Joint in Massive Rotator Cuff Tears?: A Biomechanical Cadaveric Study

Jeon YS, Ko SH, Jeon YM, Ryu DJ, Kim JS, Park HS, Chung MS, Kwak D, McGarry MH, Lee TQ

Background: Disruption of the rotator cuff muscles compromises concavity compression force, which leads to superior migration of the humeral head and loss of stability. A novel idea of using the...
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Deltoid Muscle Rupture Combined with Massive Rotator Cuff Tear

Oh YS, Cho HL, Jin HK, Kim JM

Atraumatic deltoid muscle rupture is a rare condition after open shoulder surgery or as a complication of repeated steroid injections. On the other hand, an attritional rupture associated with chronic...
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Arthroscopic supraspinatus advancement for retracted rotator cuff tears: a technical note

Jo CH, Wang PW

Irreparable rotator cuffs with retracted torn ends remain a significant challenge for most shoulder surgeons. Since repairs are preferable to reconstruction or replacement whenever possible, studies for anatomical reductions with...
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Dynamic three-dimensional shoulder kinematics in patients with massive rotator cuff tears: a comparison of patients with and without subscapularis tears

Yamada Y, Kai Y, Kida N, Koda H, Takeshima M, Hoshi K, Gamada K, Morihara T

Background: Massive rotator cuff tears (MRCTs) with subscapularis (SSC) tears cause severe shoulder dysfunction. In the present study, the influence of SSC tears on three-dimensional (3D) shoulder kinematics during scapular...
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Magnetic resonance imaging analysis of screw in-type lateral anchor pull-out in large to massive rotator cuff repair in patients older than 60 years

Lee SY, Noh YM

Background: This study was performed to identify the incidence of screw in-type lateral anchor pull-out in patients older than 60 years who underwent rotator cuff repair for large to massive...
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Foley balloons’ tamponade is an effective method for controlling massive pelvic bleeding during colorectal surgery

Hsu TC

Purpose: Hemostasis can be achieved by various methods, but it can be difficult to stop active bleeding in the pelvis. An effective method is described to stop massive active bleeding...
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Predicting the surgical reparability of large-to-massive rotator cuff tears by B-mode ultrasonography: a cross-sectional study

Chen PC, Wu KT, Chen YC, Huang YC, Chang CD, Lin WC, Chou WY

Purpose: This study aimed to compare the ability of B-mode ultrasonography and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to predict the repairability of large-to-massive rotator cuff tears (RCTs). Methods: This cross-sectional study included...
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Recipient liver splitting to facilitate piggyback hepatectomy in adult living donor liver transplantation

Kim SM, Hwang S, Moon DB, Jung DH

Recipient hepatectomy for an enlarged stony-hard liver is a demanding procedure, thus it is often accompanied by massive blood loss. Recipient liver splitting under prolonged hepatic inflow occlusion would facilitate...
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Placenta accreta spectrum-a catastrophic situation in obstetrics

Pegu B, Thiagaraju C, Nayak D, Subbaiah M

Placenta accreta is a significant obstetric complication in which the placenta is completely or focally adherent to the myometrium. The worldwide incidence of placenta accreta spectrum (PAS) is increasing day...
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A Simple Comment of Trauma-Induced Coagulopathy and Massive Transfusion

Lee DS

A massive blood transfusion is a challenging situation that can be encountered in the treatment of trauma patients. Under these circumstances, clinicians should conduct appropriate blood transfusions using the massive...
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A Case of Cutaneous Rosai-Dorfman Disease on the Face Well Improved with Low-dose Systemic Corticosteroid

Lee SG, Yoo DS, Cho MY, Roh MR

  • KMID: 2504352
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 Jul;58(6):428-430.
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Characteristics of the COVID-19 Outbreak in Korea From the Mass Infection Perspective

Kang YJ

On December 31, 2019, the Chinese government officially announced that the country had some cases of pneumonia with an unknown cause. By February 8, 2020, there were 24 confirmed cases...
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Massive Hemorrhage Caused by a Non-Displaced Pubic Ramus Fracture from Low-Energy Trauma

Na HY, Shin KY, Choe S

Most low-energy pelvic ring fractures in elderly patients are treated conservatively so that an initial evaluation for complications such as vascular injury is usually overlooked. An 81-year-old female, who was...
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Higher enhanced computed tomography attenuation value of the aorta is a predictor of massive transfusion in blunt trauma patients

Yumoto T, Ihoriya H, Tanabe R, Naito H, Nakao A

OBJECTIVE: Several scoring systems have been developed to identify patients who require massive transfusion (MT) after major trauma to improve survival. The primary goal of this study was to investigate...
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Mid-term Clinical and Radiological Outcomes of Latissimus Dorsi Tendon Transfer in Massive Rotator Cuff Tears

Suh D, Ji JH, Tankshali , Kim ES

BACKGROUND: This retrospective study was undertaken to evaluate mid-term clinical and radiological outcomes of lattisimus dorsi (LD) tendon transfer in patients with irreparable massive rotator cuff tears (MRCT). We hypothesize...
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Prognostic Accuracy of Massive Transfusion, Critical Administration Threshold, and Resuscitation Intensity in Assessing Mortality in Traumatic Patients with Severe Hemorrhage: a Meta-Analysis

Kang WS, Shin IS, Pyo JS, Ahn S, Chung S, Ki YJ, Seok J, Park CY, Lee S

BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to assess the prognostic value of massive transfusion (MT), critical administration threshold (CAT), and resuscitation intensity (RI) for the mortality of trauma patients...
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Performance of Three Scoring Systems in Predicting Massive Transfusion in Patients with Unstable Upper Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

Lee DH, Lee KM, Lee SM, Lee BK, Cho YS, Choi G, Yun SW

PURPOSE: After trauma and surgery, upper gastrointestinal bleeding (UGIB) is the most common condition that can require massive transfusion (MT). The present study aimed to analyze and compare the prognostic...
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