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Safe Sedation and Hypnosis using Dexmedetomidine for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery in a Prone Position

Kim KH

Dexmedetomidine, an imidazoline compound, is a highly selective alpha2-adrenoceptor agonist with sympatholytic, sedative, amnestic, and analgesic properties. In order to minimize the patients' pain and anxiety during minimally invasive spine...
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A Case of Adipsic Hypernatremia Associated with Anomalous Corpus Callosum in Adult with Mental Retardation

Kim BG, Kim KY, Park YJ, Yang KS, Kim JH, Jung HC, Nam HC, Kim YO, Yun YS

Adipsic hypernatremia cause chronic hyperosmolality and hypernatremia through a combination of impaired thirst and osmotically stimulated antidiuretic hormone secretion. This syndrome can be grouped together as disorders of osmoreceptor dysfunction...
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Mammalian Molecular Clocks

Kwon I, Choe HK, Son GH, Kim K

As a consequence of the Earth's rotation, almost all organisms experience day and night cycles within a 24-hr period. To adapt and synchronize biological rhythms to external daily cycles, organisms...
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Neuroanatomy of Sleep-Wake Regulation and its Application to Pharmacotherapy

Kim HC

  • KMID: 2286720
  • Korean J Psychopharmacol.
  • 2007 May;18(3):133-142.
A current hypothesis of sleep-wake regulation proposes that the sleep process starts with the activation of sleep-promoting neurons located in the preoptic area of the anterior hypothalamus. This activation leads...
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A case of fever of unknown origin after removal of hypothalamic tumor

Park JH, Yu HS, Go JS, Bae WG, Shin J, Kim SJ, Shin DH

  • KMID: 2252776
  • Korean J Med.
  • 2003 Nov;65(Suppl 3):S894-S897.
The preoptic area and anterior hypothalamus plays a pivotal role in body temperature regulation, and damage in this region causes hyperthermia. This hyperthermia is particularly troublesome because of the possibility...
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Effect of Phentolamine on the Lung and Hypothalamic Lesions in the Experimental Neurogenic Ulmonary Edema in Cats

Lee CJ, Paik MW, Kim DS, Huh CW, Ha YS, Kang JK, Song JU

  • KMID: 2187325
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 1982 Sep;11(3):283-297.
This experiment was performed to define the paricipation of a discrete hypothalamic neural structure in the genesis of pulmonary edema and the effect of alpha adrenergic blockade. Fifty adult cats...
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A Case of Diencephalic Syndrome

Kang SK, Chang SK, Ha YS, Kang JK

  • KMID: 2187263
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 1980 Sep;9(2):511-516.
Diencephalic syndrome of infancy which is characterized by progressive and profound emaciation often with normal or accelerated skeletal growth, hyperkinesias, hypotension, and hypoglycemia. The profound emaciation so characteristic this syndrome...
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A Case of Diencephalic Syndrome

Lee KC, Rim CS, Chu JW, Lee HK

  • KMID: 2187166
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 1979 Sep;8(2):431-438.
Authors report a case of diencephalic syndrome which was observed in the patient with astrocytoma in the region of anterior hypothalamus and optic chiasm. An enlarged head, emaciation and hyperactive...
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Effects of Thalamic and Hypothalamic Stimulation or Lesion on Electrolytic Balance

Choi CR, Park KY, Song JU

  • KMID: 1954033
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 1978 Dec;7(2):301-306.
The acute effects of thalamic or hypothalamic radiofrequency(RF) stimulation and coagulation on the balance of electrolytes have been surveyed in 32 adult dogs. Basal level of fasting blood sugar was...
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