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Trifolium pratense induces apoptosis through caspase pathway in FaDu human hypopharynx squamous carcinoma cells

Lee SA, Park BR, Kim CS

Trifolium pratense leaves (red clover) has been used in Oriental and European folk medicine for the treatment of whooping cough, asthma, and eczema, and is now being used to treat...
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Parathyroid Adenoma Causing Spontaneous Cervical Hematoma: A Case Report and Review of Literature

Shin TH, Park SS, Won CS, Kim MK, Kim MS

Parathyroid adenoma can cause extracapsular bleeding. In 1934, Capps first reported a case of massive hemorrhage secondary to rupture of a parathyroid adenoma. Recently, we experienced a 73-year-old female presented...
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Optimal timing for salvage surgery after definitive radiotherapy in hypopharyngeal cancer

Chun SJ, Keam B, Heo DS, Kim KH, Sung MW, Chung EJ, Kim JH, Jung KC, Kim JH, Wu HG

PURPOSE: Use of radiotherapy combined with chemotherapy is increasing in hypopharyngeal cancer. However, many show residual tumor after radiotherapy. Timing for treatment evaluation and salvage therapy is essential. However, optimal...
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Methanol Extracts of Codium fragile Induces Apoptosis through G1/S Cell Cycle Arrest in FaDu Human Hypopharynx Squamous Carcinoma Cells

Lee SA, Park BR, Moon SM, Kim DK, Kim CS

Codium fragile (Suringar) Hariot is an edible green seaweed that belong to the Codiaceae family and has been used in Oriental medicine for the treatment of enterobiasis, dropsy, and dysuria....
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A Case of Zenker's Diverticulum Mimicking a Right Side Thyroid Nodule

Choi CW, Ahn HY

Zenker's diverticulum, a pulsion diverticulum of the hypopharynx, is a rare lesion that commonly occurs in left side of hypopharynx. The incidence of esophageal diverticula is much lower than that...
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Pharyngeal reperforation following incentive spirometry: A case report

Jeon S, Hong JM, Kwon JY, Hwang BY, Yun G

Despite its widespread use, complication of incentive spirometry has been rarely reported. We report a case of pharyngeal reperforation following incentive spirometry. A 75-year-old female, had a history of long-term...
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Chronic Large Non Healing Ulcer: Non-Tuberculous Mycobacterial Infection of the Laryngopharynx

Hussin N, Mat Baki M, Sani A

We describe a case of non-tuberculous mycobacterial infection of the larynx in a previously well, immunocompetent young woman. Laryngeal mycobacterial infection is rare and currently accounts for less than 1%...
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Left Side Otalgia Caused by Acute Myocardial Infarction

Chung J, Park JS, Choi JW

Otalgia consists of primary otalgia associated with disorders of the ear itself and referred otalgia due to disorders of organs that share the same innervation with the ear. Disorders of...
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3D-Printed Nose-to-Larynx Airway Model, Preliminary Study

Park A, Yoo YS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Flexible fiberscopy is essential in the examination of the nose to larynx airway. However, the instrument is sensitive to manipulation and can sometimes be damaged when excessive...
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Water Extracts of Anthriscus sylvestris Leaf induces Apoptosis in FaDu Human Hypopharynx Squamous Carcinoma Cells

Yang JE, Lee SA, Moon SM, Han SH, Choi YH, Kim SG, Kim DK, Park BR, Kim CS

Anthriscus sylvestris (L.) Hoffm. is a perennial herb found widely distributed in various regions of Korea, Europe, and New Zealand. The root of A. sylvestris have been extensively used in...
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Latex of Ficus carica L. Induces Apoptosis Through Caspase and Bcl-2 Family in FaDu Human Hypopharynx Squamous Carcinoma Cells

Shin BS, Lee SA, Moon SM, Han SH, Hwang EJ, Kim SG, Kim DK, Kim JS, Park BR, Kim CS

Ficus carica L. (common fig), one of the first plants cultivated by humans, originated in the Mediterranean basin and currently grows worldwide, including southwest Asia and South Korea. It has...
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A Case of Venous Malformation of the Pyriform Sinus Treated with Ethanol Sclerotherapy

Yang YJ, Kang MS, Kim SH, Moon JH

We describe a case of venous malformation of pyriform sinus in 63 year-old patient, discovered incidentally. Venous malformation are the most common vascular malformations to arise in the head and...
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Accuracy of Diagnostic Methods for Detection of Head and Neck Primary Origin in Metastatic Neck Mass

Kim HD, Yoon HJ, Kim KH, Song CM, Ji YB, Tae K

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: It is important to localize the primary site when cervical lymph node metastasis is detected. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of diagnostic...
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Risk Factors of and Treatments for Pharyngocutaneous Fistula Occurring after Oropharynx and Hypopharynx Reconstruction

Do SB, Chung CH, Chang YJ, Kim BJ, Rho YS

BACKGROUND: A pharyngocutaneous fistula is a common and difficult-to-manage complication after head and neck reconstruction. It can lead to serious complications such as flap failure, carotid artery rupture, and pharyngeal...
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Trends in Head and Neck Cancer in South Korea Between 1999 and 2012

Suh JD, Cho JH

OBJECTIVES: The purpose is to provide detailed estimates of population-based incidences of head and neck cancers (HNCs) between 1999 and 2012 in South Korea and to evaluate trends. METHODS: Data was...
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Change of the airway space in mandibular prognathism after bimaxillary surgery involving maxillary posterior impaction

Lee WY, Park YW, Kwon KJ, Kim SG

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this retrospective study was to develop a two- and three-dimensional analysis of the airway using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) and to determine whether the airway space...
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Gastrointestinal Endoscopy-Assisted Minimally Invasive Surgery for Superficial Cancer of the Uvula

Odagiri H, Iizuka T, Kikuchi D, Kaise M, Takeda H, Ohashi K, Yasunaga H

Previous studies reported that endoscopic resection is effective for the treatment of superficial pharyngeal cancers, as for digestive tract cancers. However, the optimal treatment for superficial cancer of the uvula...
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Displacement of deciduous tooth into hypopharynx due to endotracheal intubation

Kang SH, Chang JH

Intubation may lead to several dental complications. Furthermore, a tooth damaged during intubation may be subsequently dislocated. In the present case, the upper primary incisor was avulsed during intubation and,...
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Voice Outcome in Patients Treated With Endoscopic Laryngopharyngeal Surgery for Superficial Hypopharyngeal Cancer

Tateya I, Morita S, Ishikawa S, Muto M, Hirano S, Kishimoto , Hiwatashi , Ito J

OBJECTIVES: Endoscopic laryngopharyngeal surgery (ELPS) is a minimally invasive transoral surgery that was developed to treat superficial larygo-pharyngeal cancer, in which a mucosal lesion is resected transorally while preserving deeper...
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Tracheal Involvement in Crohn Disease: the First Case in Korea

Park S, Park J, Kim HK, Kim JY, Hur SC, Lee JH, Jung JW, Lee J

Respiratory involvement in Crohn disease (CD) is rare condition with only about a dozen reported cases. We report the first case of CD with tracheal involvement in Korea. An 18-year-old...
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