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A Case of Pseudocyst Originated from Ectopic Pancreas of Transverse Mesocolon Associated with Colonic Duplication

Kim IG, Han SJ, Yang KM, Kim H, Kim MJ, Oh JT, Hwang EH

We have treated a case of pseudocyst of transverse mesocolon in 3-year-old male child. Operative findings demonstrated that the pseudocyst originated in the transverse mesocolon, and was not connected to...
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Total Colonic Aganglionosis With Skip Area

Lee SK, Lee WY, Kim HH

Early recognition and surgical treatment of Hirschsprung's disease prevents serious mortality and morbidity from enterocolitis and obstruction. Usually this disease is characterized by a single aganglionic segment of the colon...
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Congenital Diaphragmatic Eventration in infant

Lee S, Park D, Chang S

Although diaphragmatic eventration in newborn infants is generally regarded as a rare condition, the need for accurate diagnosis and appropriate intervention according to the etiological factors is well known. Recently...
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Mesenteric and Omental Cysts in Infancy and Childhood

Lee S, Park D, Chang S

Mesenteric and omental cysts are rare lesions in childhood. These cysts are morphologically and pathologically similar to lymphangiomas that occur in other parts of the body. From 1980 to 1997,...
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Solid and Papillary Epithelial Neoplasm of the Pancreas in Children

Choi SH, Kim DY, Park KW, Jung SE, Lee SC, Kim WK, Jang JJ

Six children with solid and papillary epithelial neoplasm of the pancreas were studied retrospectively. There were 2 boys and 4 girls. The mean age at operation was 11 years(range; 8-13years)....
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Clinical Study of Inguinal Hernia in Children

Kim KR, Kim SS, Lee YT, Park YK, Choi CR

A total of 335 pediatric inguinal hernias were analyzed at the Department of General Surgery, St. Benedict Hospital, for last 10 years (1986 to 1995). Male patients were predominant(2.25 :...
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Clinical Analysis of Infantile Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis

Huh YS, Lim MK, Kim KR

Infantile hypertrophic pyloric stensosis(IHPS) occurs in three of 1000 live births, and is a major cause of nonbilious vomiting of early infancy. It's etiology and pathogenesis however are still obscure....
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Infantile Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis: Clinical Differences of Infantile Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis between Premature and Full-term Infants

Lee SK, Kim SH, Lee WY, Kim HH

Infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis(IHPS) is common in full-term babies, and relatively rare in prematures. The diagnosis of IHPS in premature infants may be obscured because of the lack of classic...
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A Clinical Study of Vitelline Duct and Vessel Remnants

Choi JY, Jung PM

Of 72 patients with vitelline duct and vessel remnants, 45 (62.5 %) had symptomatic lesions. The mean age of the patients was 27.9 months. Males predominated (4.6 : 1). There...
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Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) via Peripheral Veins in Neonatal Surgical Patients

Lee JI, Jung PM

Parenteral nutntlon has been an essential part of postoperative care of neonates requiring major surgery who are unable to tolerate enteral feeding for long periods during the postoperative period. However,...
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Central Venous Access in Children

Lee MD

To evaluate the profitable central venous catheters (CVCs) in children, 320 CVCs placed in 255 neonate and children over a 10-year period were analyzed retrospectively. CVC was provided by one...
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