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A Case of Asymmetric Bilateral Discoid Medial Menisci

Lee JH, Wang SI, Park JH, Lim YJ

Discoid medial meniscus is a very rare condition of the knee. Even less frequent is the presence of bilateral medial discoid menisci and in fact only 18 cases have been...
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A Case of Delayed Recurrent Hemarthrosis after Percutaneous Pin Fixation of the Patellar Fracture

Patnaik S, Cho JH, Wang KH, Chang BH, Nha KW

A 24-year-old man underwent percutaneous fixation with pins for an undisplaced patellar fracture. At 7 months follow-up postoperatively, he presented with recurrent, painful swelling of the operated knee following trivial...
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A Case of Peroneal Nerve Palsy Secondary to Fibular Head Osteochondroma

Kim YJ, Lee JW, Chea SU, Yang JH

Osteochondroma of the proximal fibula is relatively common, but there are only rare reports of this lesion in conjunction with peroneal nerve palsy. We report here on a case of...
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Comparison of Early and Delayed Reconstruction of the ACL in Combined Injuries of the ACL and MCL of the Knee

Lee DC, Shon OJ, Kwak HJ

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to compare the results between early and delayed reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in patients with combined medial collateral ligament (MCL)...
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Comparison between the 2-peg Type and the Conventional Type of Oxford Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty: The Clinical and Radiological Results of Short-term Follow-up

Ji JH, Park SE, Kim YY, Jeong JJ, Kang MG, Kim DJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was compared the clinical results, the range of motion and the radiologic evaluations of the classical type unicomparmental knee arthroplasty. MATERIALS AND METHODS: From February,...
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An Autotransfusion Device Reduces the Amount of Allogenic Transfusion in Bilateral Sequential Total Knee Arthroplasty

Yim SJ, Lee SH, Jang MS, Song HS, Yoon JH

PURPOSE: This study examined the difference in the reduction of the amount of required allogenic transfusion after bilateral total knee arthroplasty when an autotransfusion device was used. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The...
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Relationship between the Tourniquet Pressure and the Amount of Subcutaneous Bleeding after Total Knee Replacement

Kim JH, Lee S, Kim KT, Ko DO, Yang JH, Lee JS, Kim DG

PURPOSE: We wanted to evaluate the post-operative amount of subcutaneous bleeding according to the tourniquet pressure during total knee replacement. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We analyzed 136 patients who had undergone total...
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Correlation between the Likert Scale and the Numeric Rating Scale for Evaluating Knee Pain

Choi CH, Kim SH, Lee YS, Kang CN

PURPOSE: The Likert scale and the numeric rating scale (NRS) have been widely used to evaluate knee pain. The purpose of the present study is to compare the Likert scale...
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PS-TKA with more than 10degrees of Preoperative Posterior Tibial Slope

Kim JH, Kim SM

PURPOSE: We wanted to evaluate the effects of a preoperative posterior tibial slope of more than 10degrees on the extension gap and patellar height during posterior substituted total knee arthroplasty. MATERIALS...
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Posterior Cruciate Ligament Retaining Total Knee Arthroplasty

Yim S, Seo Y, Jang M

The posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) is a central stabilizer of the knee joint and it contributes to anteroposterior, valgus/varus and rotational stability. The PCL guides femoral rollback if it is...
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