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Adrenal Hemorrhage in a Neonate

Cho KA, Yoo SY

Neonatal adrenal hemorrhage is frequently associated with birth trauma or perinatal hypoxia. Hemorrhagic necrosis of the adrenal glands is often found at autopsy and many small lesions are usually asymptomatic....
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A Case with Splenic Tuberculosis

Lee DS, Myong NH

Splenic tuberculosis is an uncommonly considered diagnosis in clinical practice. This is a case report of splenic tuberculosis in a 13-year-old boy who was seronegative to HIV. He was just...
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A Case of Surgical Treatment of Nesidioblastosis in Infancy

Huh YS, Chai SC, Nah MC, Kim MJ

Nesidioblastosis in one of the causes of hyperinsulinemic hypoglysemia in infancy. The most important goal of treatment for persistent hypoglycemia is the prevention of permanent brain damage. The early surgical...
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A Cloacal Exstrophy Variant Associated with Hindgut Duplication

Lee TS, Oh SM

Diphallus is a rare congenital anomaly and is frequently associated with duplication of the urinary tract and rectosigmoid, and commonly associated with vertebral anomalies. Remzi reported less than 100 cases...
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Hirschsprung's Disease Associated with Neonatal Intestinal Perforation

Kim SC, Sea BS, Liu SK, Kim IK

Neonatal intestinal perforation is mainly caused by necrotizing enterocolitis, intestinal atresia, meconium ileus or unknown etiology. Occasionally, Hirschsprung's disease presents with neonatal intestinal perforation, of which, it is known that...
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Segmental Dilatation of the Ileum in Neonate

Song YT

Segmental intestinal dilatation is rare, which causes symptom of bowel obstruction and requires resection. The resection is not only diagnostic but also curative procedure. Recently, author experienced 2 cases of...
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Ileal Atresia Secondary to Intrauterine Segmental Volvulus

Park WH, Park SM, Choi SO

A 2-day-old male {Premie, Large for gestational age(LGA), Intrauterine period (IUP) 33 weeks, birth weight 2,955 gram} was transferred with marked abdominal distention, bilious return via the orogastric tube, respiratory...
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Abdominal Epilepsy Misdiagnosed as Acute Surgical Condition in Childhood

Shim OS, Jung PM

Abdominal epilepsy is accepted as unusual cause of abdominal pain in children and young adolescents. Although its abdominal symptoms may be similar to those of the irritable bowel syndrome, it...
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Reversed Gastric Tube Interposition in Esophageal Atresia

Huh S, Chun YS, Park KW, Kim WK

Since 1988, we have performed esophageal replacement with the reversed gastric tube on four esophageal atresia patients. Three patients had long-gap esophageal atresias and one patient had recurrent tracheoesophageal fistula...
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Esophageal Atresia and Tracheoesophageal Fistula in Korea: A National Survery of Its Members by the Korean Association of Pediatric Surgeons

Park W, Kwon S, Kim S, Kim S, Kim W, Kim I, Kim J, Kim H, Park K, Park Y, Song Y, Yang J, Oh S, Yoo S, Lee D, Lee M, Lee S, Lee S, Lee T, Chang S, Chun S, Chung E, Chung S, Chung S, Chung P, Cho M, Joo J, Choi S, Choi S, Huh Y, Hong C

The first national survey on esophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula was conducted to access the current status of its incidence. clinical manifestation, preoperative diagnosis and management, type of its anomaly,...
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Seventeen Years' Experience with Ninety-six Esophageal Atresias

Chun YS, Jung SE, Lee SC, Park KW, Kim WK

To study the clinical profiles and outcome of surgery in infants with esophageal atresia, we reviewed 96 esophageal atresia cases who were treated from April, 1978 to June, 1995. There...
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Rectal Prolapse in Children

Lee MD, Kim WW

Because rectal prolapse in pediatric age was known to have a self-limitting natural history in weeks to years, this disease is prone to be regarded as a minor codition to...
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Clinical Review and PCNA Expressions of Teratomas in Pediatric Patients

Joo J, Choi S, Chung S, Kim S

Teratoma contains elements derived from all three embryonic germ layers and mature teratomas are entirely composed of mature differentiated tissues, while immature types always contain additional embryonic tissues of variable...
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Clinical Review of Ovarian Tumors in Children

Cha SJ, Yoon SY, Jung SE, Lee SC, Park KW, Kim WK

We reviewed 45 cases of ovarian tUmors treated at Seoul National University Children's Hospital from 1983 to 1993. Forty-five patients were operated upon for 52 ovarian tumors. The most common...
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Incarcerated Inguinal Hernia in Children

Jung PM, Seo JM

Three hundred and twenty-seven patients of 2,046 inguinal hernia cases primarily repaired at Hanyang University Hospital had the history of incarceration or presented as incarcerated inguinal hernia on admission. Incidence...
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