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Appendiceal Perforation in the Neonate

Park D, Chang S

Appendiceal perforation is uncommon in the neonate. Diess reported the firs case in 1908. Approximately HI additional cases have been reported since that time. However, with exclusion of neonatal appendicitis'...
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A case of Conjoined Twins: Omphalopagus

Choi SJ, Chung SY, Kim SK

Conjoined twins are one of the rarest and most challenging congenital anomalies in pediatric surgery. Successful surgical separation is difficult because it the majority of conjoined twins in is technically...
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Experience of Laparoscopic Splenectomy in Three Children

Oh JT, Lee WJ, Han SJ, Hwang EH

Three cases of laparoscopic splenectomy for hereditary spherocytosis are reported. The average operation time was 100 minutes. This was longer than traditional open splenectomy for the same entity( 63 minutes)....
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Esophageal Replacement with Transhiatal Gastric Transposition in the Long Gap Esophageal Atresia: Report of Two Cases

Han SJ, Kim SD, Kim CB, Oh JT, Hwang EH

Transhiatal gastric transpositions were performed in two case of long gap esophageal atresia without tracheoesophageal fistula. The patients were a 12 months old female and an 18 months old male....
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Patent Omphalomesenteric Duct Remnants: Report of 4 Cases

Lee WY, Lee SK, Kim HH

The omphalomesenteric duct normally obliterates by the sixth week of intrauterine life. Incomplete obliteration results in various abnormalities which may be apparent in the newborn infant. These include fistula resembling...
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Management of BCG lymphadenitis

Oh JT, Kim IG, Han SJ, Hwang EH

Bacillus Calmette-Guerin(BCG) lymphadenitis is a complication of post-BCG vaccination and its treatment is still controversial. Eighty patients who had been operated for BCG lymphadenitis from 1987 to 1996 were reviewed....
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Clinical Characteristics and Prognosis of Hepatoblastoma in Children

Kim MY, Kim DY, Ahn HS, Kim CJ, Kim IO, Jung SE, Lee SC, Park KW, Kim WK

Hepatoblastoma is a rare pediatric malignancy which frequently presents at an advanced unresectable stage. With the neoajuvant chemotherapy, improved resectability and survival have been reported. Twenty children with biopsy proven...
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Air Pressure Enema Reduction in Infant and Childhood Intussusception

Jun SY

Reduction of intussusception using air or oxygen has wide acceptance as an alternative to conventional hydrostatic reduction. This study was undertaken to evaluate the results and complications of air pressure...
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A Clinical Study of Congenital Intestinal Atresia and Stenosis

Kim SW, Jung PM

Seventy neonates with congenital intestinal atresia and stenosis who were treated at pediatric surgical service, Hanyang University Hospital from September 1979 to December 1996 were analyzed retrospectively. The lesion occurred...
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Anatomical Variations of the Hymen and Congenital Anomalies of the External Genitalia in Female Newborns

Kim TW, Lee NH, Kim SY

The anatomical variations of the external genitalia including the hymen were observed prospectively in 1,500 female infants born between March, 1992 and July, 1992 at the Taegu Fatima Hospital. Careful...
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Bile Duct Ligation and Insulin-like Growth Factor-I on the Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury of the Smail Bowel

Cha JS, Lee MD

To determine whether bile juice exclusion can prevent the mucosal damage, and Insulin-like growth factor-I can promote mucosal regeneration in ischemia- reperfusion injury of the bowel, 39 weanling rats with...
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Outcome of Extended Porta Hepatis Dissection and Hepatic Portojejunostomy for Biliary Atresia

Lee SC

Extended porta hepatis dissection and hepatic porto jejunostomy was performed on 14 biliary atresia patients during last 13 years by a single surgeon. The average age at operation was 68...
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