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KMJ Teaching Tip 2: Interaction with Student-Question

Park HJ

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Severe Chicken Pox in an Immunocompromised Host after Chemotherapy

Jung JW, Kwon JI, Kim SA, Ryoo YW

Chicken pox is highly contagious and occurs most often in childhood. In normal children, systemic symptoms are usually mild and serious complications are rare. But in adults, especially in immunocompromised...
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Huge Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Byun HJ, Shin TJ, Jung WH, Ha JY, Park CH, Kim CI

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is one of the most common diseases in older men and it may be accompanied with significant problems in the quality of life. Histological changes of...
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Relapsing Polychondritis Showing Personality Changes and Cognitive Impairment

Lee JM, Lee SY, Park MS, Lee YY, Kim JM, Kim SH, Son CN

Relapsing polychondritis is a rare, multisystem autoimmune disease. It is characterized by recurrent inflammation of the cartilage and connective tissues in the body. In this paper, we described a case...
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Confirmation of Supraorbital Nerve and Its Branch in the Supraorbital Notch with Ultrasound Guidance

Hong JH, Lee SM, Seo KH

A 55-year-old female with severe herpes zoster related forehead pain radiating to anterior and posterior scalp visited our pain clinic. The right side forehead pain with numerical rating score of...
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Rhabdomyolysis with Acute Kidney Injury Successfully Treated with External Cooling

Jung HI, Kwon YS, Pi JC, Park JS, Park SH, Kim JY, Choi WI

Hyperthermia can cause severe complications such as rhabdomyolysis, which can induce acute kidney injury. Normal thermoregulation can be disturbed by high fever, and maintenance of a normal body temperature by...
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Awareness of Students for Implementation of a Peer Mentoring Program in a Medical School

Kim MS, Kim JH, Kim DY, Kim JH, Park HJ

To investigate the awareness of medical students about an implementation of peer mentoring program between senior and junior, this research survey was carried out on 341 students of a medical...
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Effect of Follow-up Management on Cerebro-cardiovascular Disease Risk for Small Sized Company Workers

Lee JY, Yang SH, Chung IS, Lee MY

To explore the effect of follow-up management after health examination for the cerebro-cardiovascular disease risk, a survey applied with the KOSHA cerebro-cardiovascular disease risk assessment tool was conducted with 500...
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Effects of Candidemia Surveillance to Earlier Use of Antifungal Agents and Ophthalmologic Examinations

Ha NJ, Hyun M, Kim HA, Ryu SY

Candidemia is increasing cause of mortality, especially in intensive care unit patients. And Candida endophthalmitis, developed with or without symptoms, has poor outcome. Prompt use of antifungal agents and early...
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Pathogenic Etiology and Clinical Indictors of Bacterial Infectoin in Febrile Infants Aged Less than 3 Months: A Single Institute Stduy

Park JH, Shim YJ, Kim DS, Choi JH, Kwak KJ, Kim HS

To analyze the infectious causes and clinical symptoms of febrile infants aged less than 3 months presenting to a Pediatric Emergency Medical Center (PEMC) and to propose more efficient, evidence-based...
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