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Bilateral Adrenal Neuroblastoma

Huh YS, Lee HS

Neuroblastoma is the most common solid malignancy in childhood. However, a neuroblastoma presenting as bilateral and multifocal is very rare. A male newborn weighing 2.7 kg was born by normal...
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Clinical Experiences of Precocious Puberty due to Neoplasms in Male Infants

Song YT

Precocious puberty is difficult to define because of the marked variation in the age at which puberty begins normally, onset of puberty before 8 years of age in girls and...
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Two Cases of Papillary Cystic Neoplasm of the Pancreas

Choi SH, Hwang EH

Two cases with papillary cystic neoplasm of the pancreas are reviewed and discussed. Up to recently, the tumors have been misclassified as nonfunctioning islet cell tumor or carcinoma, acinar cell...
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Splenopexy for Wandering Spleen with Torsion in a Child

Lee DW, Kim SY

Torsion of the wandering spleen is a rare condition especially in children. Unfortunatly, splenectomy was the advocated treatment of choice for wandering spleen in many children up to 1985 in...
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Segmental Dilatation of the Sigmoid Colon: A Rare Cause of Chronic Constipation

Park WH, Choi SO, Paik TW, Lee HJ, Suh SJ, Kim SP

Segmental dilatation of the colon is a very rare disease entity of unknown etiology and may mimic Hirschsprung's disease. It is characterized by dilatation of a segment of the colon...
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A Case with Subdural Hemorrhage as the First Symptom of Extrahepatic Biliary Atresia

Choi KJ

Although bleeding was reported before as the first symptom in a few cases of biliary atresia, this association is not generally known. We treated 115-day-old female with extrahepatic biliary atresia...
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Generalized Meconium Peritonitis Diagnosed with Antenatal Ultrasonography

Kim SC, Hwang S, Yoo SJ, Kim IK

Meconium peritonitis is defined as an aseptic, chemical or foreign-body peritonitis caused by spill of meconium in the abdominal cavity related to the prenatal perforation of the intestine. Perforation is...
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Primary Esophageal Repair of Long-gap Esophageal Atresia: Report of One Case

Lee MD

A delayed primary esophago-esophagostomy of a case of long-gap esophageal atresia without tracheoesophageal fistula was performed in success with three months' intermittent periodic bougienage of the upper pouch via mouth...
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A Safe Method of Central Venous Catheterization by Peripheral Venous Cutdown in Infants

Han SJ, Choi SH, Hwang EH

Percutaneous infraclavicular subclavian catheterization has been widely used for a total parenteral nutrition, hemodynamic monitoring and for venous access in difficult clinical situations. Many authors have claimed the infraclavicular cannulation...
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Anal Fistula and Perianal Abscess in Pediatric and Adolescent Patients

Kim SC, Kim JC, Kim IK

Anal fistula and perianal abscess in pediatric patients have been reported to have several characteristics, e.g. prevalent in less than 2 years of age, male preponderence, straight course of tract,...
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Clinical Features of Complicated Meckel's Diverticulum Requiring Operation in Children

Lee SC, Mok WK, Seo JM, Jung SE, Park KW, Kim WK

The incidence of Meckel's diverticulum(MD) in general population has been assessed as 2 percent. The major complications of MD are bleeding, perforation, and intestinal obstruction. In spite that the complication...
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Clinical Experience of Tapering Enteroplasty Using GIA Stapler in Jejunoileal Atresias

Song YT

Jejunal and ileal atresias are the most common cause of congenital intestinal obstruction and accounts for about 1/3 of all cases of intestinal obstruction in newborns. Despite the relative frequency...
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Selective Contralateral Exploration in Pediatrrc Inguinal Hernia

Lee MD

For the prevention of later contralateral hernia as well as unnecessary contralateral exploration in pediatric patients with unilateral inguinal hernias, a reasionable indication of contralateral exploration is required. To examine...
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Clinical Study of Inguinal Hernia in Children

Seo JM, Jung PM

The clinical experience of 2,340 inguinal hernia hernia repaired by one pediatic surgeon om 2,079 children at Hanyang University Hospital from September 1979 to December 1993 was analyzed. Of 2,046...
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Evolutionary Patterns with Age of Acetylcholinesterase Activity of Rectal Suction Biopsies in Hirschsprung's Disease

Park WH, Choi SO, Kim SP, Chang ES, Paik TW

The acetylcholinesterase(ACHE) activity in 37 biopsies from the patients with Hirschsprung's disease was analyzed for histochemical patterns according to age, and its evolutional behavior was also assessed. The histochemical criterion...
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