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A Case of Neonatal Sepsis after Operation of Annular Pancreas in Newborn

Lee CH, Kim WS, Chung ES

Annular pancreas is a rare congenital anomaly with the descending duodenum encircled by a ring of pancreatic tissue, which may cause partial or complete obstruction of the duodenum. In newborn,...
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Double Tracheoesophageal Fistula

Huh YS, Lee HS, Kim GW

Esophageal atresia(EA) with a double tracheoesophageal fistula(TEF) is rare. It accounts for only 0.7% of all cases of EA and TEF. A male newborn weighing 2860g was born by normal...
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A Case of Aberrant Cervical Thymus in a One-year-old Boy

Lee SC, Yang SJ, Kim WK

Aberrant migration of thymic tissue occurs as an ectopic thymus in the mediastinum, base of skull, tracheal bifurcation, and cervical region. A recent review of the literature by Nowak et...
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Colonic Web Associatd with Imperforate Anus

Choi S, Chung S, Kim S

Colonic atresia is the least common form of intestinal atresia. Colonic atresia, like jejunoileal atresia, mostly occurs as a result of an intrauterine vascular accident. According to Sutton's classification, type...
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A Case Report of Gallbladder Duplication

Choi BU, Cho YP, Yoo SJ, Kim IK, Min PC

Congenital duplication of the gallbladder, including true duplication and septated gallbladder, is an uncommon but potentially complicated malformation. It presents biliary colic associated with acute or chronic cholecystitis. It can...
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Primary Segmental Volvulus of the Small Bowel: Report of 2 Cases

Lee MD

Primary segmental volvulus of the small intestine is not associated with malrotation, malfixation of the midgut, nor other primary small bowel lesions such as small bowel tumors. This entity is...
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Unusual Gastrointestinal Complications due to Foreign Body Ingestion

Lim JS, Song YT

Children tend to ingest foreign bodies. The majority present in children between the ages of 6 months and 3 years. We experienced 2 cases of unusual gastrointestinal complications caused by...
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Hirschsprung's Disease in Korea: Current Status of 1992

Yoo S, Kim S, Kim W, Kim I, Kim J, Park K, Park W, Park J, Song Y, Oh S, Lee O, Lee M, Lee S, Chang S, Chung S, Chung E, Jung P, Joo J, Choi K, Choi S, Choi S, Huh Y, Hwang E

This report present the result of the national survey of pediatric surgeons' preferences on diagnosis and treatment of Hirschsprung's disease(HD) carried out in 1993. The questionnaires were sent to twenty-seven...
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Current Status(1994) of Neonatal Surgery in Korea: Survey among the members of Korean Association of Pediatric Surgeons

Kim W, Kim S, Kim S, Kim I, Kim J, Park K, Park Y, Park W, Park J, Song Y, Oh S, Lee O, Lee M, Lee S, Chang S, Chung E, Jung P, Joe J, Choi S, Huh Y, Hwang E

To understand the current status of neonatal surgery in Korea, a suvey was made among the 27 members of Korean Association of Pediatric Surgeons. Response rate among surgeons was 78...
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Acute Pancreatitis in Children

Cho JH, Lee TS, Ko YG, Oh SM

Acute pancreatitis(AP) in children is not common but can be associated with severe morbidity rates and its diagnosis is often delayed. Thus, reported mortality rates range from 0 to 78%....
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A Comparative Study between Laparoscopic and Open Appendectomy in Childhood

Lee BE, Lee NH, Lee JA, Kim SY

Laparoscopic appendectomy is relatively well-established as an alternative to conventional open appendectomy by many laparoscopic surgeons. However, experience in the pediatric population remains limited. Over a period of 2 years,...
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Hydrocele and Hydrocele of the Canal of Nuck in Children

Jung PM

Clinical experiences of 833 hydrocele children presented at Hanyang University Hospital, of whom 456 children were operated by one pediatric surgeon from September 1979 to December 1993, were analyzed. Eight...
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