Whan Yong Chung

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We report a child with clinical and radiological manifestations characteristic of both V'aradi syndrome (oral-facial-digital syndrome type VI) and Thurston syndrome (oral-facial-digital syndrome type V). The findings have not been reported previously, and we believe that it represents a new variant.
Talar body fractures are rare and associated with a high rate of morbidity due to poor vascularity and the frequent occurrence of posttraumatic osteoarthritis. If talar body fractures are combined with a large bone defect, the situation becomes even more challenging due to difficult joint reconstruction. Only few reports have described the use of whole-bone(More)
Rice bodies are materials with an amorphous nucleus and a fibrin layer found floating in the synovial space and bursa. These bodies have often been detected in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, tuberculous arthritis, and bursitis. Although the etiology and pathogenesis of rice bodies are not yet fully understood, it has been hypothesized that they might(More)
Acquired cystic disease has been documented to complicate most forms of chronic renal damage; it has only infrequently been described in transplanted kidneys. Five patients with noncystic ESRD and chronically rejected transplants in which acquired cystic disease arose are reported. The diagnosis of acquired cystic disease was established in examination of(More)
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