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Feasibility of Percutaneous Dilatational Tracheostomy with a Light Source in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit

Baek JK, Lee JS, Kang M, Choi NJ, Hong SK

BACKGROUND: Although percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy (PDT) under bronchoscopic guidance is feasible in the intensive care unit (ICU), it requires extensive equipment and specialists. The present study evaluated the feasibility of...
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Operative Treatment for Midshaft Clavicle Fractures in Adults: A 10-Year Study Conducted in a Korean Metropolitan Hospital

Baek JK, Lee YH, Kim MB, Baek GH

PURPOSE: While all midshaft clavicle fractures have traditionally been treated with conservative measures, recent operative treatment of displaced, communited midshaft clavicle fractures has become more common. Though a recent increase...
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An Epidemiological Study of Clavicle Fractures for Koreans in the Metropolitan Area

Baek JK, Lee YH, Choi HS, Lee YJ, Kim MB, Baek GH

PURPOSE: Though clavicle fractures are the second most common fractures to occur in active adults, there have been a few epidemiological studies conducted on the Korean population in recent years....
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The Association between Vitamin D and Health-Related Quality of Life in Korean Adults

Kim JS, Choi YE, Baek JK, Cho HJ, Kim YS

BACKGROUND: We examined the relationship between vitamin D status and health-related quality of life, and explored other related factors in the general Korean population. METHODS: We used data from the 2007-2012...
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The Role of Whole-Body Computed Tomography in Severely Injured Patients Retrospective Single Center Cohort Study

Sun HW, Hong SK, Keum MA, Baek JK, Lee JS, Lee CW

PURPOSE: To assess the effects of whole-body computed tomography (WBCT) on severely injured trauma patients. METHODS: After the installation of a WBCT scanner, we compared 48 patients who underwent the WBCT...
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Reconstruction of Large Femur and Tibia Defect with Free Vascularized Fibula Graft and Locking Plate

Kim MB, Lee YH, Baek JK, Choi HS, Baek GH

PURPOSE: The reconstruction of femur and tibia defects following tumor resection remains a surgical challenge. The clinical outcome of free vascularized fibula graft (VFG) reconstruction with locking plate for massive...
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Impact of graft composition on the systemic inflammatory response after an elective repair of an abdominal aortic aneurysm

Baek JK, Kwon H, Ko GY, Kim MJ, Han Y, Chung YS, Park H, Kwon TW, Cho YP

PURPOSE: The present study aimed to evaluate the risk factors and the role of graft material in the development of an acute phase systemic inflammatory response, and the clinical outcome...
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Incidental Findings on Knee Radiographs in Children and Adolescents

Seo SG, Sung KH, Chung CY, Lee KM, Lee SY, Choi Y, Kim TG, Baek JK, Kwon SS, Kwon DG, Choi IH, Cho TJ, Yoo WJ, Park MS

BACKGROUND: Despite the wide use of knee radiography in children and adolescent patients visiting the outpatient clinic, there has been no analysis about the prevalence and type of incidental findings...
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Comparative Study of Single-dose Prophylactic Antibiotics after Cord Clamping Vs. Multi-dose Postoperative Antibiotics in Operative Complications after Elective Cesarean Section

Baek JK, Lee WS, Kim JM, Lee IH, Cho YK, Yang JH

  • KMID: 2272395
  • Korean J Obstet Gynecol.
  • 2004 Oct;47(10):1880-1885.
OBJECTIVE: To compare single-dose prophylactic antibiotics after cord clamping with multi-dose postoperative antibiotics in operative complications after elective cesarean section. METHODS: Forty-five women undergoing elective cesarean section had 1g cefazolin administration...
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A Case of Perineal Endometriosis at the Site of Episiotomy Scar

Lee IH, Baek JK, Woo HJ, Hong JS, Chun YK, Hong JS

  • KMID: 2272381
  • Korean J Obstet Gynecol.
  • 2004 Jun;47(6):1232-1235.
Endometriosis generally occurs in the pelvis, particularly in the broad ligament, round ligament, ovaries, fallopian tubes or uterosacral ligament. However, many unusual sites have been described, including the umbilicus, cesarean...
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Surgical Management of Adnexal Masses in Pregnancy: Laparoscopy Versus Laparotomy

Woo HJ, Kim SH, Lee IH, Baek JK, Kim MR, Kim JM, Choi KH, Yang JH

  • KMID: 2272358
  • Korean J Obstet Gynecol.
  • 2004 Jun;47(6):1080-1085.
OBJECTIVE: To determine the feasibility, safety, advantages and limitations of laparoscopic management of adnexal masses in pregnancy by comparing with laparotomy. METHODS: Between Jan 2001 to Jan 2003, 36 laparoscopic procedures...
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Two Cases of Fetal Bilateral Renal Agenesis

Baek JK, Hyun JH, Choi YS, Kim TS, Kim IS

  • KMID: 2269890
  • Korean J Obstet Gynecol.
  • 1999 Sep;42(9):2122-2125.
Fetal bilateral renal agenesis is a lethal congenital anomaly. An early and reliable prenatal diagnosis is extremely important as it may offer options for pregnancy termination as early as possible....
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A Case of Congenital Unilateral Multicystic Kidney with Congenital Megacolon

Kim H, Baek JK, Shin HS, Park JC, Jang HS, Park SB

  • KMID: 2075848
  • Korean J Obstet Gynecol.
  • 1999 Jul;42(7):1625-1629.
The multicystic dysplastic kidney is extreme type of dysplastic kidney and the most frequent cause of neonatal abdominal masses which were found by prenatal ultrasonography. Recently in Korea, diagnosis of...
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