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Acute appendicitis after liver transplantation: A single center experience and review of the literature

Jamtani I, Kim S, Lee JM, Lee KW, Hong SK, Hong K, Han ES, Yi NJ, Suh KS

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: Acute appendicitis is one of the most common emergent disease in the general population requiring surgical treatment. However, only a few cases of appendicitis after liver transplantation (LT) were...
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Clinical and Endoscopic Features of Colonic Anisakiasis in Korea

Joo SK, Kim JW, Kim BG, Kim W, Lee JK, Lee KL

To analyze the clinical and endoscopic features of colonic anisakiasis. A retrospective chart review of 20 patients with colonic anisakiasis, who were diagnosed by colonoscopy at 8 hospitals between January...
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Predictive factors for gangrene complication in acute calculous cholecystitis

Shirah BH, Shirah HA, Saleem MA, Chughtai M, Elraghi MA, Shams ME

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: Gallbladder gangrene is a grave complication of acute calculous cholecystitis that is difficult to detect preoperatively. Ultrasound could show a gallbladder wall that is more thickened. In addition, other...
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A Case of Catabacter hongkongensis and Alistipes indistinctus Isolated from Blood Cultures of a Patient with Acute Appendicitis

Ryu J, Kim Y, Lee J, Cho SY, Park TS, Lee HJ

Catabacter hongkongensis is an anaerobic gram-positive coccobacillus that was first isolated in Hong Kong. It is infectious and causes high mortality in patients with rare but underlying diseases. Alistipes indistinctus...
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Primary central nervous system lymphoma with intramedullary spinal cord involvement mimicking inflammatory demyelinating disease

Kim H, Nam TS, Levy M, Lee KH, Kim J, Lee SJ

BACKGROUND: Spinal cord involvement of primary central nervous system lymphoma (PCNSL) is rare in a young immunocompetent patient and can be misdiagnosed as an inflammatory demyelinating disease (IDD) of the...
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Acute Necrotizing Encephalopathy in Children: a Long Way to Go

Lee YJ, Hwang SK, Kwon S

BACKGROUND: Acute necrotizing encephalopathy (ANE) is a rare, but potentially life threatening neurological condition in children. This study aimed to investigate its clinical spectrum, diagnostic and therapeutic dilemma, and prognosis. METHODS:...
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A rare case of ovarian vein thrombosis in a gestational trophoblastic neoplasia patient

Kim IY, Kim SH, Hwang IT, Ha JG, Cha JH

Ovarian vein thrombosis (OVT) is a rare disease with complications that can be life-threatening. An ovarian vein thrombus in a gestational trophoblastic neoplasia (GTN) is an extremely rare condition that...
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A Child of Severe Mycoplasma pneumoniae pneumonia with Multiple Organ Failure Treated with ECMO and CRRT

Hwang W, Lee Y, Lee E, Lee JM, Kil HR, Yu JH, Chung EH

Mycoplasma pneumoniae (MP) is the most common causative agent of community-acquired pneumonia in school-aged children. An 8-year-old boy who had been diagnosed with autism looked severely ill when he presented...
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The efficacy of lumbar puncture in febrile early infants with urinary tract infection in pediatric emergency department

Byun SC, Lee HJ

OBJECTIVE: This study was conducted to identify the characteristics of early infants with urinary tract infection (UTI) who visited the pediatric emergency department (PED) and to investigate the characteristics of...
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Gangrenous cholecystitis in male patients: A study of prevalence and predictive risk factors

Gomes CA, Soares C, Di Saverio S, Sartelli M, de Souza Silva PG, Orlandi AS, Heringer T, Gomes FC, Catena F

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: The prevalence and risk factors of gangrenous cholecystitis in male are unknown. OBJECTIVE: To verify the prevalence and risk factors of gangrenous cholecystitis in males. METHODS: This cross-sectional study includes 95...
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Leukostasis by hyperleukocytic childhood acute leukemia: pathophysiology, clinical presentation, and emergency care

Nam KL, Baek GY, Jeon IS

Hyperleukocytosis (HL), defined by a peripheral white blood cell (WBC) count exceeding 100,000/mm³, is occasionally observed in childhood acute leukemia. The increased viscosity in the micro-circulation by HL and the...
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Extremely high white blood cell counts on postoperative day 1 do not predict severe complications following distal pancreatectomy

Jung GH, Hwang HK, Lee WJ, Kang CM

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: Distal pancreatectomy(DP) is associated with high morbidity. In clinical practice, postoperative white blood cell(WBC) counts are useful indicators of infection complications. The aim of this study was to determine...
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Neutrophil-Lymphocyte Ratio Predicts Organ Salvage in Testicular Torsion with Marginal Diagnostic Delay

Jang JB, Ko YH, Choi JY, Song PH, Moon KH, Jung HC

PURPOSE: Though prompt diagnosis to minimize symptom duration (SD) is highly associated with organ salvage in cases of testicular torsion (TT), SD is subjective and hard to determine. We thus...
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Recurrent Neuro-Sweet Disease Associated with Preceding Upper Respiratory Infection: a Case Study

Suh HB, Kim HJ

Sweet's syndrome also known as acute neutrophilic dermatosis is a multisystem inflammatory disorder characterized by fever, malaise, leukocytosis, and skin lesions. Sweet's syndrome affects multiple organs though only rarely does...
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Deep Vein Thrombosis Due to Compression of Huge Hepatic Cyst Successfully Treated by Inferior Vena Cava Filter and Cyst Drainage

Ko MK, Kim T, Lee WH, Park SH, Choi JH, Shin M, Heo NY

An 88-year-old woman complained of right quadrant abdominal pain and severe edema in both legs. She had a history of pulmonary embolism one month ago. Abdomen CT showed a huge...
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The impact of caudally administrated tramadol on immune response and analgesic efficacy for pediatric patients: a comparative randomized clinical trial

Sayed JA, Abd Elshafy SK, Kamel EZ, Fathy Riad MA, Mahmoud AA, Khalaf GS

BACKGROUND: Immune responses appear to be affected by anesthetics and analgesics. We investigated the effects of caudal tramadol on the postoperative immune response and pain management in pediatric patients. METHODS: Sixty...
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Factors Associated with Persistent Sputum Positivity at the End of the Second Month of Tuberculosis Treatment in Lithuania

Diktanas S, Vasiliauskiene E, Polubenko , Danila E, Celedinaite I, Boreikaite E, Misiunas K

BACKGROUND: Non-conversion of sputum smear and culture prolongs the infectivity of the patient and has been associated with unfavorable outcomes. We aimed to evaluate factors associated with persistent sputum positivity...
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Clinical Analysis of Drug Eruptions among Inpatients Seeking a Consultation with the Department of Dermatology

Lee MY, Byun JY, Choi HY, Choi YW

  • KMID: 2436703
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2018 Jun;56(5):314-321.
BACKGROUND: Drug eruptions are common in hospitalized patients. Rapid and accurate diagnosis is essential but often difficult. OBJECTIVE: This study defined the clinical features and causative drugs among inpatients presenting with...
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Roth Spots and Panuveitis in a Patient with Infectious Mononucleosis

Eom HD, Yoon JH, Kim JJ, Eum SJ, Park DH, Shin JP

PURPOSE: To report a case of Roth spots, panuveitis, and infectious mononucleosis in a healthy adult. CASE SUMMARY: An immunocompetent 30-year-old male visited our clinic complaining of reduced visual acuity and...
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Clinical and Imaging Features of Longus Colli Calcific Tendinitis: An Analysis of Ten Cases

Suh B, Eoh J, Shin J

BACKGROUND: Longus colli calcific tendinitis (LCCT) exhibits characteristic clinical features; thus, misidentification can be avoided once it is learned. There is a lack of reports on this disease. In this...
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