Seon Jae Lee

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Scapular fractures in children are rare injuries. The indications for the surgical treatment of glenoid fossa fractures in children are not well defined. We report on an eight-year-old child with a displaced glenoid fossa fracture requiring open reduction and internal fixation. A review of the literature and indications for the operative management of(More)
The one-bone forearm procedure can be a successful salvage option for forearm stability in selected patients and is indicated if instability and bone loss are irreparable by other means. We report a case of a dysfunctional arm secondary to radical débridement of the ulna after osteomyelitis treated successfully with a one-bone forearm procedure and followed(More)
Subclavian vein catheterization is a relatively safe procedure. Few long-term complications have been reported. We recently diagnosed subclavian vein stenosis in a 14-year-old peritoneal dialysis patient. The stenosis occurred 2 years after the use of a subclavian vein catheter for temporary hemodialysis. Stenosis became clinically apparent by progressive(More)
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