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Nuss Procedure for Surgical Stabilization of Anterior Flail Chest with Mechanical Ventilation Weaning Failure: A Case Report

Kim D, Yoon SK, Lee GD, Kim DK

Flail chest is a critical medical condition in which multiple segmentally fractured adjacent ribs cause paradoxical movement of the thoracic cage in patients with severe blunt trauma injury. Surgical stabilization...
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Rosette-forming epithelioid osteosarcoma in the rib: a rare case of location and morphology

Oh SJ

The rib is an unusual location for osteosarcoma and is reported in only 2% of all cases. The major histological variants of osteosarcoma are osteoblastic, chondroblastic, and fibroblastic, with a...
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Percutaneous osteoplasty for painful bony lesions: a technical survey

Kim WS, Kim KH

Percutaneous osteoplasty (POP) is defined as the injection of bone cement into various painful bony lesions, refractory to conventional therapy, as an extended technique of percutaneous vertebroplasty (PVP). POP can...
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The abnormality of the number of ribs misleading incorrect vertebral segment identification during lumbar intervention: Two cases report

Lee JH, Lee KJ, Ki M, Kim M, Doo AR, Son JS

BACKGROUND: For patients who have back pain or radiating pain, lumbar intervention should be performed at the correct lumbar segment that triggers pain. It is quite common for pain physicians...
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Congenital Anomaly of Ribs Masquerading as Diaphragmatic Hernia in an Infant: A Case Report

Mittal P, Solanki S, Menon P

Congenital absence/hypoplasia/fusion of ribs are very rare anomalies and presentation varies from asymptomatic to life-threatening. Visibly evident cases are straightforward to diagnose but this is not always the case. Familiarity...
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Efficacy of rhomboid intercostal block for analgesia after thoracotomy

Okmen K

Regional anesthesia, including central and plane blocks (serratus anterior plane block and erector spinae block), are used for post-thoracotomy pain. The rhomboid intercostal block (RIB) is mainly performed by injection...
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Staged Nasal Reconstruction Using a Forehead Flap and Rib Bone and Cartilage Graft in a Binder Syndrome Patient: A Case Report

Heo JW, Jin US

Binder syndrome is a rare maxillofacial abnormality. Yet, once presented, it often needs to be addressed surgically. To suit this purpose, various surgical techniques have been developed. This paper is...
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Bilateral First Rib Stress Fractures with Pseudoarthrosis in a Young Weightlifter: A Rare Cause of Shoulder Pain

Kim JB, Hong S

Isolated stress fracture of the first rib is quite rare cause of uncertain shoulder pain in athletes. These fractures are stress induced and precipitated by repeated traction of muscles acting...
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The Role of Minimally Invasive Plate Osteosynthesis in Rib Fixation: A Review

Bemelman M, van Baal M, Yuan JZ, Leenen L

More than a century ago, the first scientific report was published about fracture fixation with plates. During the 1950's, open reduction and plate fixation for fractures were standardized by the...
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10th Rib Cartilage: Another Option of the Costal Cartilage Graft for Rhinoplasty

Kim JH, Song JW, Park SW, Oh WS, Lee JH

BACKGROUND: The costal cartilage allows for versatile and stable cartilage supply for rhi-noplasty but disadvantages remain; to minimize these, the 10th costal cartilage was used. We present our experience with...
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Dedifferentiated Chondrosarcoma of the Rib Masquerading as a Giant Chest Wall Tumor in a Teenage Girl: An Unusual Presentation

Abraham VJ, Devgarha S, Mathur RM, Sisodia A, Yadav A

  • KMID: 2382184
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2014 Aug;47(4):427-430.
Chondrosarcoma of the chest wall is a rare primary neoplasm found to occur in elderly men. Patients present with an enlarging, painful, anterior chest wall mass arising from either the...
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Nonossifying Fibroma of the Rib Resected by Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery with Preservation of Periosteum

Pyo JY, Chon SH, Ro JY

  • KMID: 1987372
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2013 Dec;46(6):478-481.
Nonossifying fibromas are not uncommon, but those described in the rib are unique. We report the case of a 15-year-old patient with symptoms of chest wall pain for 5 days...
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Giant Cell Tumor Arising from Anterior Arc of the Rib

Heo W, Kang DK, Min HK, Jun HJ, Hwang YH

A primary giant cell tumor of the rib is very rare. The most common site of a giant cell tumor arising from the rib is the posterior arc. A giant...
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Expansile Mass of the Rib

Park KS, Kang HH, Kim JH, Lee HY, Chang KY, Yang HK, Lee SH, Moon HS, Lee BY

A 60-year-old man visited our hospital because of the incidentally found mass of the rib on chest radiography. Chest X-ray showed expansile bony hypertrophy on left 5th rib and bone...
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Thoracic Epidural Anesthesia and Analgesia (TEA) in Patients with Rib Fractures

Kim YJ, Cho HM, Yoon CS, Lee CK, Lee TY, Seok JP

BACKGROUND: We analyzed the results of surgical reduction and fixation of ribs under thoracic epidural anesthesia and analgesia (TEA) in patients who had no more than 3 consecutive rib fractures...
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VATS Rib Resection in Benign Bone Tumor: A case report

Park CR, Kim JW, Lee YJ, Joo S, Jung JP, Kim DY

  • KMID: 2289090
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2010 Aug;43(4):454-457.
A 42 year old male was admitted for a bony mass on the posterior arc of the left 6th rib, which was detected in a multiphasic health screening test. According...
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Stress Fracture of the First Rib

Choi SS, Yoo JH

  • KMID: 2062959
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2009 Oct;42(5):674-676.
Isolated stress fracture of the first rib is rare, and repeated muscular pulling and fatigue of bone is thought to be responsible for this fracture. The diagnosis can be made...
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Clinical Usefulness of Chest Wall Ultrasonography for Detecting Fractures of Costal Cartilage due to Minor Blunt Chest Trauma

Lee WS, Kim YH, Chee HK, Hwang JJ, Lee SA, Jung HS, Shin HJ, Choi YC

  • KMID: 1987413
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2009 Aug;42(4):502-508.
BACKGROUND: Rib fractures are the most common injuries that are caused by blunt chest trauma. However, fractures of the costal cartilage generally go unnoticed on chest X-rays unless they involve...
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Periosteal Ewing's Sarcoma of the Rib

Shin D, Kim JT, Chang WH, Oh TY, Lee WJ, Bang YY

  • KMID: 2063266
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2009 Jun;42(3):404-407.
A 43-yr-old patient visited our department with intermittent chest pain he had suffered with for the past 2 months. Chest CT showed an egg shaped mass in the left chest...
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Osteochondroma Arising from a Rib Mimicking a Calcifying Anterior Mediastinal Mass

Lee CY, Ham SY, Oh YW, Lee SH, Kim KT

In this report, we present an interesting description of an osteochondroma arising from the anterior arc of the left fifth rib mimicking an anterior mediastinal mass. Surgical excision confirmed the...
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