Won Hyuk Oh

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Six patients with osteosarcoma and no evidence of metastases received postoperative adjuvant chemotherapy with high-dose cyclophosphamide (25 mg/kg iv every other day for five doses). Three of these patients are alive without evidence of disease at 2 1/2, 3, and 5 years following diagnosis. The regimen was tolerable in terms of toxicity. Cyclophosphamide in(More)
PURPOSE To investigate and compare the circadian pattern of blood pressure (BP), intraocular pressure (IOP) and mean ocular perfusion pressure (MOPP) while experiencing undisturbed sleep in normal-tension glaucoma (NTG) and non-glaucoma control patient groups. METHODS Twenty-four eyes from 24 patients diagnosed with NTG and 22 eyes from 22 control group(More)
Developing osteoarthritis, surgically induced in the right hind knee joint of guinea pigs by different procedures (A or B), was studied in animals maintained on either minimal or supplemented levels of dietary vitamin C. Procedure A, consisting of transecting the anterior cruciate and major portion of the medial collateral ligaments, resulted in a slower(More)
Sulfated proteoglycan structure and metabolism in osteoarthritic articular cartilage from the hind-limb joints of guinea pigs in which the disease had been surgically induced were evaluated and compared with those from nonoperated or sham-operated controls. In these studies, conducted on animals receiving high and low dietary levels of ascorbic acid, the(More)
The effect of variation in dietary ascorbic acid on surgically induced osteoarthritis was examined in the stifle joints of guniea pigs. Two different surgical procedures were used to induce osteoarthritis in the right stifle joint of these animals. Guinea pigs were maintained either on a high (150 mg/day) or low (2.4 mg/day) dietary intake of vitamin C.(More)
  • W H Oh
  • 1976
The purpose of treatment of arthrogryposis of the lower extremities is to achieve a stable functional weight bearing position of the affected joints. One cannot expect to achieve normal mobility and gait unless the process is mild. Achieving a functional weight bearing position of a joint may be extremely difficult, requiring repeated surgical procedures.(More)
The authors investigated the correlation between the clinical manifestations and the morphology of discoid lateral meniscus. Thirty-eight children, age 5 to 17 years, with 39 cases of discoid lateral meniscus underwent an arthroscopic procedure and magnetic resonance imaging. The two most frequent preoperative clinical manifestations were pain and extension(More)