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Strategies that Reduce Post-endoscopic Submucosal Dissection Bleeding

Jung DH, Park JC

Bleeding after endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD), one of the most common postprocedural adverse events, is the main cause of increased readmission rates and hospital costs. Generally, the incidence of post-ESD...
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The Pathologic Confirmation in Subepithelial Tumors

Lee KH, Yoo CK, Lee HL, Lee KN, Jun DW, Lee OY, Han DS, Yoon BC, Choi HS, Yoon JH

Background/Aims: Subepithelial tumors (SETs) are small, mostly asymptomatic lesions with normal overlying mucosa, usually identified incidentally on endoscopy. The aim of this study was to evaluate the pathologic diagnosis of...
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“Mesopancreas-first” radical resection of pancreatic head cancer following the Cattell–Braasch–Valdoni maneuver: Appreciating the legacy of pioneers in visceral surgery

Vasiliadis KD

The “artery-first” approach pancreaticoduodenectomy, with maximal mesopancreas excision and central vascular ligation, represents the current principal determinants of radicality in pancreatic head cancer resection. However, these modifications at the resection...
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Orbital floor fracture repair with implants: a retrospective study

Lee YJ

Background: Although prompt surgery after an orbital fracture is preferable, the actual timing of surgery in real-world settings varies. Therefore, this study investigated the outcomes of implant surgery for inferior...
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Robot-Assisted Thoracoscopic Esophagectomy with Total Mediastinal Lymphadenectomy: A Guide to a Systematic Approach Using the Concept of Fascial Plane Dissection

Park BJ, Kim DJ

Recent case series and meta-analyses have suggested that robot-assisted minimally invasive esophagectomy (RAMIE) could be a useful alternative to video-assisted thoracic surgery esophagectomy. The advantages of RAMIE are a 3-dimensional...
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Delayed Diagnosis of Intracranial Vertebral Artery Dissection Mimics Primary Thunderclap Headache

Kim J, Jung DS

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Effect of Poloxamer-Based ThermoSensitive Sol-Gel Agent on Upper Limb Dysfunction after Axillary Lymph Node Dissection: A Double-Blind Randomized Clinical Trial

Choi HJ, Ryu JM, Chae BJ, Kim EK, Min JW, Shin HJ, Nam SJ, Yu J, Lee JE, Lee SK, Kim SW

Purpose: Restricted shoulder motion is a major morbidity associated with a lower quality of life and disability after axillary lymph node dissection (ALND) in patients with breast cancer. This study sought...
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Lessons from Cadaver Dissection during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Kim D, Yoo H, Lee YM, Rhyu IJ

The rapid increase of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic from mid-February 2020 has led the anatomy department of the Korea University College of Medicine to cease the dissection laboratory. However,...
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Vertebral Artery Dissecting Aneurysm Causing Central Tapia’s Syndrome: A Case Report

Shim YW, Park JH, Kim ST, Baek JW, Lee HG, Ko JH, Paeng SH, Pyo SY, Jin SC, Jeong HW, Jeong YG

The central type of Tapia’s syndrome is an extremely rare presentation, characterized by unilateral paralysis of the vagal and hypoglossal nerves, contralateral hemiparesis, or hemihypesthesia. This report describes a case...
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Photodynamic Therapy for Esophageal Cancer

Inoue T, Ishihara R

Photodynamic therapy, a curative local treatment for esophageal squamous cell carcinoma, involves a photosensitizing drug (photosensitizer) with affinity for tumors and a photodynamic reaction triggered by laser light. Previously, photodynamic...
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Traumatic intracranial internal carotid artery dissection and pseudoaneurysm presenting as oculomotor nerve palsy

Kim JR, Seo DW

The diagnosis of internal carotid artery dissection after trauma is often delayed or missed due to other injuries, leading to potentially permanent neurologic deficits, or even death. Early diagnosis and...
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Mid-Term Results of Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair for Complicated Acute Type B Aortic Dissection at a Single Center

Hong YK, Chang WH, Goo DE, Oh HC, Park YW

Background: Complicated acute type B aortic dissection is a life-threatening condition with high morbidity and mortality. The aim of this study was to report a single-center experience with endovascular stent-graft...
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Is Ex Vivo Training before In Vivo Training Effective in Learning Gastric Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection?

Pih GY, Lee JS, Ahn JY, Kim DH, Na HK, Lee JH, Jung KW, Choi KD, Song HJ, Lee GH, Jung HY

Background/Aims: The learning curve is essential in endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) training to improve outcomes and reduce the risk of procedure-related complications. We compared the outcomes of gastric ESD in...
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Papillary Adenocarcinoma

Kim TS, Min BH

Gastric papillary adenocarcinoma is one of the histological variants of gastric cancer that shows more aggressive clinicopathological behavior compared to tubular adenocarcinoma. Previous studies have reported higher lymphovascular and submucosal...
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Endoscopic Features of Submucosal Invasion in Undifferentiated-type Early Gastric Cancer Less than 20 mm in Size without Ulceration

Kim SJ, Park BS, Choi CW, Kim HW, Kang DH, Park SB

Background/Aims: The prediction of invasion depth is important to decide the treatment modality for undifferentiated-type early gastric cancer (EGC) less than 20 mm in size without ulceration. We aimed to...
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Gastric Angiolipoma Resected with Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection

Yeo SM, Lee JK, Kim HS, Park CG, Jung JK, Kim DJ, Chung YJ, Ryu HJ

Angiolipoma is a benign fatty neoplasm that has components of proliferating blood vessels. These types of lesions commonly occur in the subcutaneous tissue of the limbs and trunk. Angiolipoma in...
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Targeting the culprit: vessel wall magnetic resonance imaging for evaluating stroke

Kim SM, Ha SH, Kwon H, Kim YJ, Ahn SH, Kim BJ

The pathogenesis of many strokes originates in the vessel wall. Despite this, most traditional imaging focuses on the vascular lumen. Vessel-wall magnetic resonance imaging (VWMRI) is useful for establishing the...
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Endoscopic Selective Neck Dissection via Retroauricular Approach

Kim JH, Park JH

Lymph node metastasis is the single, most powerful prognostic factor in head and neck squamous cell cancer, which means that cervical lymph node management should be considered even in treatment...
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Is the retrograde access for endovascular treatment of a traumatic carotid cavernous fistula associated with dissection of the ipsilateral carotid possible?

Pagiola I, Amaral B, Saito C, Nalli D, Junior HC, Frudit M

This is a case demonstrating a combined traumatic lesion of the internal carotid artery (dissection and a carotid cavernous fistula [CCF]) in a patient who was beaten during a robbery...
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Nystagmus in Intracranial Vertebral Artery Dissection Caused by Golf Swing

Choi JW, Moon Y, Shin JE, Kim CH

Vertebral artery dissection (VAD) during a golf swing is extremely rare. Golfrelated VAD has been reported to occur more commonly at extracranial segments on the right side. In the present...
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