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Autogenic Rib Graft for Atlantoaxial and Occipitocervical Fixation in Pediatric Patients

Matsumura , Namikawa T, Kato M, Hori Y, Iwamae M, Hidaka N, Konishi S, Nakamura H

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective case series. PURPOSE: To evaluate surgical outcomes and effectiveness of an autogenic rib graft for upper cervical fixation in pediatric patients. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Autogenic bone grafts have long...
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Omental Infarction Associated with Rib Cage Anomaly in Achondroplasia: Report of a Rare Case

Kim TH, Kim YS

Omental infarction, a rare cause of acute abdominal pain, is usually difficult to diagnose before surgery. Several studies have shown that CT is useful in diagnosing an omental infarction. We...
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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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Complex sternal and rib reconstruction with allogeneic material

Maliska III CM, Archer RL, Tarpley SK, Miller III AS

Sternal malunion, or loss, developed after a median sternotomy cannot only be difficult to manage and treat, but also may diminish one’s quality-of-life drastically. The technique presented here represents a...
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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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The effect of undersizing and tapping on bone to implant contact and implant primary stability: A histomorphometric study on bovine ribs

Di Stefano DA, Perrotti V, Greco GB, Cappucci C, Arosio P, Piattelli , Iezzi G

PURPOSE: Implant site preparation may be adjusted to achieve the maximum possible primary stability. The aim of this investigation was to study the relation among bone-to-implant contact at insertion, bone...
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Rib Fixation for a Patient with Severely Displaced and Overlapped Costal Cartilage Fractures

Han SH, Chon SH, Lee JH, Lee MK, Kwon OS, Kim KH, Kim JS, Lee HH

Rib fixations for flail chest or displaced rib fractures are not a new technique. However, reports on rib fixations involving costal cartilage fractures are very few and surprisingly there are...
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Takotsubo Syndrome Resulting from Traumatic Multiple Rib Fractures

Jung YJ, Kim SW, Choi JH

Takotsubo syndrome, also known as stress-induced cardiomyopathy, is a transient cardiac syndrome that mimics acute coronary syndrome. This condition should be suspected if the patient presents with chest pain after...
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Delayed massive hemothorax requiring surgery after blunt thoracic trauma over a 5-year period: complicating rib fracture with sharp edge associated with diaphragm injury

Chang SW, Ryu KM, Ryu JW

Delayed massive hemothorax requiring surgery is relatively uncommon and can potentially be life-threatening. Here, we aimed to describe the nature and cause of delayed massive hemothorax requiring immediate surgery. Over...
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Prognosis of Pulmonary Function in Patients with Multiple Rib Fractures

Park HB, Hyun SY, Kim JJ, Jang YS

PURPOSE: Rib fracture is the most common complication of blunt thoracic trauma. We investigated the effect of rib fracture on pulmonary function in the conservatively treated patients. METHODS: From January 2000...
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Risk Factors for Pneumonia in Ventilated Trauma Patients with Multiple Rib Fractures

Park HO, Kang DH, Moon SH, Yang JH, Kim SH, Byun JH

BACKGROUND: Ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) is a common disease that may contribute to morbidity and mortality among trauma patients in the intensive care unit (ICU). This study evaluated the associations between...
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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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Rib Fractures: To Fix or Not to Fix? An Evidence-Based Algorithm

Bemelman M, de Kruijf , van Baal M, Leenen L

Rib fractures are a common injury resulting from blunt chest trauma. The most important complications associated with rib fractures include death, pneumonia, and the need for mechanical ventilation. The development...
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Supernumerary lumbar ribs: a rare occurrence on an adult African male skeleton

Chengetanai S, Nchabeleng EK, Bacci N, Billings B, Mazengenya P

Supernumerary lumbar ribs are usually asymptomatic and discovered incidentally during routine diagnostic radiography. During a routine inventory of the research skeletal repository at the University of the Witwatersrand, a rare...
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Giant Cell Tumor of the Rib: Two Cases of F-18 FDG PET/CT Findings

Park HL, Yoo IR, Lee Y, Park SY, Jung CK

We report two cases of giant cell tumor arising from the rib and their F-18 FDG PET/CT findings. The two patients complained of chest wall pain, and large lobulated soft...
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Thoracoscopic Resection of the First Rib for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: A Case Report

Kang JG, Chon SH, Yie K, Lee MK, Kwon OS, Lee SH, Chon JR

Standard open procedures for resection of the first rib in thoracic outlet syndrome can prove to be quite difficult with extensive incisions. A minimal invasive procedure can also be painstaking,...
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Fatal Delayed Hemothorax after Simple Rib Fracture

Lee M, Lim SB, Kim HJ, Park S, Ha H

We report the case of a 66-year-old man who died of fatal delayed hemothorax after blunt trauma to the chest. When the deceased was transferred to the hospital, his vital...
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Recognition of a rare intrathoracic rib with computed tomography: a case report

Abdollahifar MA, Abdi S, Bayat M, Masteri Farahani R, Abbaszadeh HA

One of the uncommon congenital variations is intrathoracic rib which a normal, a bifid, or an accessory rib lies within the thoracic cavity that is founded accidentally. Clinically, in most...
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Nineth Rib Syndrome after 10th Rib Resection

Yu HJ, Jeong YS, Lee DH, Yim KH

The 12th rib syndrome is a disease that causes pain between the upper abdomen and the lower chest. It is assumed that the impinging on the nerves between the ribs...
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