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Molecular Pathogenesis of Pancreatic Cancer

Kim YT

  • KMID: 2168086
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2007 Feb;27(1):76-84.
Applying the growing body of knowledge of the molecular basis of pancreatic cancer to effective strategies for early diagnosis and treatment is a challenge for both clinicians and scientists. Although...
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Diagnostic Criteria for Autoimmune Chronic Pancreatitis

Kim MH, Kwon S

  • KMID: 2168085
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2007 Feb;27(1):66-75.
Autoimmune chronic pancreatitis (AIP) is a very attractive disease and increasingly being recognized to be a worldwide entity. Since the Japan Pancreas Society published diagnostic criteria for autoimmune chronic pancreatitis...
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Chronic Pancreatitis with Fibrogenesis

Yoo BM

  • KMID: 2168084
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2007 Feb;27(1):60-65.
Chronic pancreatitis is an ongoing inflammatory disorder characterized by irreversible destruction of the pancreas associated with disabling chronic pain and permanent loss of exocrine and endocrine function. Fibrosis and loss...
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Pancreatic Exocrine and Endocrine Cell Differentiation during Pancreatic Regeneration

Lee S, Hong SW, Eom JH, Lim WC, Park IS

  • KMID: 2168083
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2007 Feb;27(1):49-59.
Pancreatic tissue is maintained by a simple proliferation of the preexisting cells in adulthood, whereas, they are dynamically derived from precursor/ stem cells from ductal epithelia during prenatal life. It...
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Pathogenesis of Acute Pancreatitis

Lee HS

  • KMID: 2168082
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2007 Feb;27(1):42-48.
Acute pancreatitis is an inflammatory disorder which is developed by multiple etiologies such as gallstone, alcohol, hypertriglyceridemia, etc. The pathogenesis of acute pancreatitis is not fully clarified yet. However, it...
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What's New? Oral Dissolution Therapy for Gallstone

Lee DK

  • KMID: 2168081
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2007 Feb;27(1):35-41.
The standard treatment of the gallbladder stone is laparoscopic cholecystectomy, making gallstone disease very costly digestive disorder in many countries. Despite a rapid convalescence, the procedure is not devoid of...
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Molecular Genetics of Cholesterol Gallstone Disease; LITH Genes

Dong SH

  • KMID: 2168080
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2007 Feb;27(1):29-34.
Cholesterol gallstone formation is influenced by environmental and genetic factors. Cholesterol gallstone susceptible genes (Lith genes) are complex and show polygenic traits. Quantitative trait locus (QTL) analysis in inbred mice...
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Transporters and Nuclear Hormone Receptors associated with Cholesterol Metabolism in Gallbladder Epithelial Cells

Lee J

  • KMID: 2168079
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2007 Feb;27(1):20-28.
Bile is concentrated in the gallbladder, and is often supersaturated in terms of cholesterol concentration. Such high levels of cholesterol in gallbladder bile has clinical implications with respect to cholesterol...
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Animal Models for Biliary Diseases

Kim JS

  • KMID: 2168078
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2007 Feb;27(1):13-19.
Using animal models for the study of biliary disease is useful not only in promoting insight in its pathogenesis, but also in developing new therapeutic agents in various biliary diseases....
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The Biology of the Cholangiocytes

Choi HS

  • KMID: 2168077
  • Hanyang Med Rev.
  • 2007 Feb;27(1):4-12.
The biliary system is comprised of intrahepatic bile ducts, extrahepatic bile ducts, and the gallbladder. Bile is transported in the biliary ductal system. The length of the biliary ductal system...
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