Hong-Kee Yoon

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PURPOSE Our aim was to evaluate the clinical results of patients treated by arthroscopically assisted reconstruction of foveal avulsion injury of the triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) using a suture anchor. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed the results of 15 patients (11 men and 4 women; mean age, 30.5 years) who underwent surgical procedures for(More)
  • Hong-Kee Yoon, Chang-Hyun Kim
  • Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic…
  • 2013
We report a case of a 14-year-old boy who presented with the inability to independently move fingers on either hand. On physical examination, simultaneous flexion of the index, middle and ring fingers was noted when he actively flexed the distal joint of the thumb. A surgical exploration was performed and anomalous tendinous interconnections between the(More)
Displacement and inappropriate treatment of a proximal phalangeal neck fracture may result in malunion of the fracture with consequent loss of motion and gross deformity, especially in children. We performed a retrospective study of twenty-four patients who had undergone operative treatment for a proximal phalangeal neck fracture, with a mean follow-up(More)
Closed flexor tendon ruptures due to trauma without external wound are rare. When the flexor tendon has excessive loading, failure occurs at the tendon insertion or its origin from the bone. It is likely to result in avulsion fracture rather than rupture of the proper portion of the tendon by forceful grasping with hyperextension. However, we have(More)
Proximal radioulnar translocation with radial neck fracture and elbow dislocation is extremely rare. We report a case of a 5-year-old boy who was presented with elbow dislocation, and proximal radioulnar translocation was diagnosed a day after the injury. Mini-open technique was used to reduce the translocation and radial neck fracture. The patient finally(More)
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