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Colon Perforation in Hyperimmunoglobulin E Syndrome: A Case Report

Oh JT, Kim IG, Han SJ, Kim HG, Hwang EH

Hyperimmunoglobulin E syndrome is a relatively rare primary immunodeficiency syndrome characterized by recurrent infection, abscess formation and marked elevation of serum IgE level. The common infectious organism is Staphylococcus aureus...
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Transmesenteric Hernia

Kim SC, Kim IK

Transmesenteric hernia, a type of internal hernias, is a rare cause of intestinal obstruction. This intraperitoneal hernia has no sac and is formed by protrusion of a loop of bowel...
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Spontaneous Perforation of the Bile Duct

Yoo SY, Park YT, Choi SH, Hwang EH

Spontaneous perforation of the bile duct in children is a very rare disorder. We experienced a 6 year-old girl with spontaneous perforation of the right hepatic duct. The patient was...
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An Intraabdominal Pulmonary Sequestration Containing Congenital Cystic Adenomatoid Malformation

Lee SK, Lee WY, Kim HH

Pulmonary sequestration is a complex anomaly involving the pulmonary parenchymal tissue and its vasculature. It presents as a cystic mass of nonfunctional lung tissue without communication with the tracheobronchial system....
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A Changing Pattern of Isotope Scan of the Midline Ectopic Thyroid: A Case Report

Kim KT, Kim WS, Chung ES

A 17 month-old girl presented in the pediatric clinic on November 27th, 1990 with a neck mass. The mass was 2 cm in diameter, firm in consistency and movable on...
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A Case of Sliding Hiatal Hernia associated with Bochdalek Hernia Repair

Nam SJ, Kim HH, Lee SK

This is a case report of a sliding hiatal hernia with severe gastroesophageal reflux (GER) after repair of congenital diaphragmatic hernia(CDH). It was not possible to determine whether the hiatal...
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Branchial Anomalies in Korea: A Survey by the Korean Association of Pediatric Surgeons

Park W, Kwon S, Kim S, Kim S, Kim S, Kim W, Kim I, Kim J, Kim H, Park K, Park Y, Park J, Song Y, Ahn W, Oh N, Oh S, Yoo S, Lee N, Lee O, Lee M, Lee S, Lee S, Chang S, Chun Y, Chung E, Chung S, Chung S, Chung P, Cho M, Choi K, Choi S, Choi S, Han S, Huh Y, Hong C, Whang E

The survey on branchial anomalies was conducted by Korean Association of Pediatric Surgeons. A total of 173 cases were reported, which were managed by 36 members and cooperators during the...
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Ileal Atresia Complicated by Meconium Peritonitis

Moon SI, Song YT

Meconium peritonitis is a primarily aseptic, chemical peritonitis caused by the spill of meconium into the abdominal cavity through an intestinal perforation during the intrauterine or perinatal period. The perforation...
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Spontaneous Neonatal Gastric Perforation

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

Spontaneous gastric perforation is an important but rare cause of gastrointestinal perforation in neonates. Just over 200 cases have been reported in the literatures. In spite of recent surgical advances...
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Posterior Vertical Approach for Sacrococcygeal Teratomas in Children

Lee MD

Pediatric surgeons are familiar with the posterior sagittal approach to the rectum at sacrococcygeal area and well oriented with the anatomy because of the Penal procedure for imperforate anus. The...
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Clinical Experience of Circumumbilical Incision for Infantile Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis

Kim CS, Jean HB

Infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis is one of the most common disorders requiring surgical therapy during the first few weeks of life. Although the pyloromyotomy, reported by Fredet and Ramstedt, was...
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Nonoperative Management of Children with Blunt Abdominal Trauma

Kim KJ, Lee DS

The management of twenty-two cllildren with blunt abdominal trauma was analyzed. Nineteen cases had intraabciominal injuries; involving the spleen in 7 cases, the liver in 5, the pancreas in one...
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Calcifying Epithelioma of Malherbe(Pilomatricoma) in Children

Nam JH, Jung PM

A clinical analysis was made of 42 pilomatricoma in 34 children treated, from January 1980 to August 1996 at the Department of Pediatric Surgery, Hanyang Diversity. The gender ratio was...
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Analysis of Clinical Factors and Operative Findings in Childhood Intussusception

Choi KJ

Although nonoperative reduction plays a major role in the management of uncomplicated intussusception in the pediatric age group, surgical treatment is still a necessary alternative when nonoperative reduction is unsuccessfuL...
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