Ki Young Ha

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We prospectively investigated related clinical and radiological risk factors for progression following acute osteoporotic spinal fractures. Fracture location, morphological feature (mid-portion), and involvement of vertebral posterior wall were statistical significant risk factors considering increase of height loss and kyphotic angle, and occurrence of(More)
BACKGROUND Among all facial fractures, nasal bone fractures are the most common, and they have been reduced by closed reduction (CR) for a long time. But several authors have reported suboptimal results when using CR, and the best method of nasal bone reduction is still being debated. We have found that indirect open reduction (IOR) through an endonasal(More)
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