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Current Trends for Treating Lateral Epicondylitis

Kim GM, Yoo SJ, Choi S, Park YG

Lateral epicondylitis, also known as ‘tennis elbow’, is a degenerative rather than inflammatory tendinopathy, causing chronic recalcitrant pain in elbow joints. Although most patients with lateral epicondylitis resolve spontaneously or...
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Results of Simple Conservative Treatment of Midfoot Charcot Arthropathy

Kim YK, Lee HS, Seo SG, Park SH, Boedijono

BACKGROUND: Traditionally, conservative management with an offloading orthosis, such as total contact cast (TCC), has been the standard of care for midfoot Charcot arthropathy. Considering complications of TCC and surgery,...
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Forefoot disorders and conservative treatment

Park CH, Chang MC

Forefoot disorders are often seen in clinical practice. Forefoot deformity and pain can deteriorate gait function and decrease quality of life. This review presents common forefoot disorders and conservative treatment...
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Effects of Two Different Hip-Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthoses on Postural Stability in Subjects with Spinal Cord Injury: A Pilot Study

Samadian M, Bani MA, Golchin N, Mardani MA, Head JS, Arazpour M

STUDY DESIGN: Pilot study. PURPOSE: Evaluation of two different hip-knee-ankle-foot orthoses (HKAFOs; medial linkage reciprocating gait orthosis [MLRGO] and isocentric reciprocating gait orthosis [IRGO]) using gait and postural stability analysis in...
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Long Term Effect of Custom-Molded Foot Orthoses on Foot Pain and Balance in Children with Symptomatic Flexible Flat Feet

Lee HJ, Lim KB, Yoo J, Kim J, Kang J, Lee H, Jeong TH

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the long termeffect of custom-molded foot orthoses on foot pain and balance ability in children with symptomatic flexible flat feet after 1 year. METHOD: A total of 35...
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Three Dimensional Printing Technique and Its Application to Bone Tumor Surgery

Kang HG, Park JW, Park DW

Orthopaedics is an area where 3-dimensional (3D) printing technology is most likely to be utilized because it has been used to treat a range of diseases of the whole body....
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Parents' Perspectives and Clinical Effectiveness of Cranial-Molding Orthoses in Infants With Plagiocephaly

Lee HS, Kim SJ, Kwon JY

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the clinical effectiveness of and parents’ perspectives on cranial-molding orthotic treatment. METHODS: Medical charts were reviewed for 82 infants treated for plagiocephaly with cranial-molding orthoses in our clinic...
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Efficacy of a Knee Walker for Foot and Ankle Patients: Comparative Study with an Axillary Crutch

Song JH, Kang C, Kim SB, Heo YM, Won YG, Jung SJ, Chung HJ

PURPOSE: An axillary crutch is the most commonly used assistive device in foot and ankle patients who require nonweightbearing. On the other hand, its use frequently induces axillary or wrist...
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The Application of Three-Dimensional Printed Finger Splints for Post Hand Burn Patients: A Case Series Investigation

Nam HS, Seo CH, Joo SY, Kim DH, Park DS

The application of three-dimensional (3D) printing is growing explosively in the medical field, and is especially widespread in the clinical use of fabricating upper limb orthosis and prosthesis. Advantages of...
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The Influence of Initial Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings on the Compression Rate of Thoracolumbar Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fracture

Hwang SH, Suh SP, Woo YK, Jeon HS, Jeong HW

PURPOSE: To investigate the influence of the size of low intensity zone (LIZ) (T1 image) on the vertebral body and the increase in the compression rate in patients with osteoporotic...
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Treatment Options of Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fractures

Kim YM, Kim TK, Shim DM, Lim KH

This paper reviews previous studies on the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures in elderly patients to determine what factors should be considered for successful treatment. In osteoporotic vertebral compression...
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Current Situation of Assistive Devices and Appliances Provision for Persons with Cerebral Palsy in Korea

Kim SW, Jeon HR, Shin JC, Cha JM, Youk T, Kim J

BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to investigate the current state of the assistive devices and appliances provision system for cerebral palsy patients registered with brain disability. METHODS: From 2003...
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Minimally Invasive Anterior Decompression Technique without Instrumented Fusion for Huge Ossification of the Posterior Longitudinal Ligament in the Thoracic Spine: Technical Note And Literature Review

Yu JW, Yun SO, Hsieh CS, Lee SH

OBJECTIVE: Several surgical methods have been reported for treatment of ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament (OPLL) in the thoracic spine. Despite rapid innovation of instruments and techniques for spinal...
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Conservative Treatment of Pyogenic Spondylitis in the Elderly

Kang DG, Kim DH, Park HB, Mun JU, Jeong ST

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. OBJECTIVES: To analyze the outcomes of conservative management in elderly patients over 65 years of age who were diagnosed with pyogenic spondylitis. SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW: The surgical...
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Cavus Foot

Suh JW, Choi WJ, Lee JW

The cavus foot is a deformity characterized by an elevated medial longitudinal arch and a hindfoot varus with plantarflexed 1st ray. The etiology of cavus foot is usually related to...
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Therapeutic Experience on Stance Control Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthosis With Electromagnetically Controlled Knee Joint System in Poliomyelitis

Kim JH, Ji SG, Jung KJ, Kim JH

A 54-year-old man with poliomyelitis had been using a conventional, passive knee-ankle-foot orthosis (KAFO) with a drop ring lock knee joint for about 40 years. A stance control KAFO (SCKAFO)...
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Treatment of Flatfoot Deformity

Lee DO, Jung HG

Flatfoot deformity, defined as loss of medial longitudinal arch, sometimes involves symptoms such as medial arch pain or Achilles tendon tightening, etc. Whether the etiology of deformity is congenital or...
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Effects of a Resting Foot Splint in Early Brain Injury Patients

Sung EJ, Chun MH, Hong JY, Do KH

OBJECTIVE: To assess the effectiveness of the resting foot splint to prevent ankle contracture. METHODS: We performed a randomized controlled trial in 33 patients with brain injury with ankle dorsiflexor weakness...
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Meralgia Paresthetica Resulting from Inaccurate Wearing of a Thoraco-lumbo-sacral-orthosis

Ko S, Cho K, Baek J, Sun H

Meralgia paresthetica is a lateral femoral cutaneous neuropathy that results in symptoms of anterolateral thigh paresthesia and numbness. Its presentation due to compression of a thoraco-lumbo-sacral-orthosis (TLSO) has not been...
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The Effects of Shoulder Slings on Balance in Patients With Hemiplegic Stroke

Sohn MK, Jee SJ, Hwang P, Jeon Y, Lee H

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effects of a shoulder sling on balance in patients with hemiplegia. METHODS: Twenty-seven hemiplegic stroke patients (right 13, left 14) were enrolled in this study. The subjects'...
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