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Methodology and Rationale for Ophthalmic Examinations in the Seventh and Eighth Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (2017–2021)

Song SJ, Choi KS, Han JC, Jee D, Jeoung JW, Jo YJ, Kim JY, Kim KE, Kim ST, Lee JW, Lee TE, Lim DH, Kim CY, Kim HW, Park SW, Park KH, Park SJ, Sagong M, Shin JP, Yoo C, Kim Y, Oh K, Park KH

This report provides a detailed description of the methodology for ophthalmic examinations according to the Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES) VII and VIII (from 2017 to 2021)....
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A Comparative Study of the Methods to Assess Occupational Noise Exposures of Fish Harvesters

Burella G, Moro L

Background Noise-induced hearing loss is a well-known occupational disease that affects many fish harvesters from many fisheries worldwide, whose risk factor is prolonged exposure to hazardous noise levels. To date, academic...
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The  Tasks  of  Medical  Education  to  Support  the  Formation  of  Medical Professional  Identity

Kim S

Building professional identity is the most basic purpose of medical education. Students who enter medical schools do not have an identity rooted in the medical profession, and universities should therefore...
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Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis: 10 Years' Experience with Standard Open and Laparoscopic Approach

Zampieri N, Corato V, Scirè G, Camoglio FS

Purpose: Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis (HPS) is the most common cause of gastric obstruction in newborns. Extra-mucosal pyloromyotomy can be performed through a small laparotomy or laparoscopy. The aim of this...
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Effectiveness of the novel impression tray “cleftray” for infants with cleft lip and palate: a randomized controlled clinical trial

Kalaskar R, Bhaje P, Balasubramanian S, Kalaskar A

Objectives: Cleft lip and palate (CLP) is one of the most common congenital deformities with worldwide prevalence. It causes a range of issues for infants that mainly involve difficulty in...
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The quality of subgroup analyses in chronic pain randomized controlled trials: a methodological review

AminiLari M, Ashoorian V, Caldwell A, Rahman Y, Nieuwlaat R, Busse JW, Mbuagbaw L

The quality of subgroup analyses (SGAs) in chronic non-cancer pain trials is uncertain. The purpose of this study was to address this issue. We conducted a comprehensive search in MEDLINE...
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Efficacy of Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing Versus Computer-Aided Design and Finite Element Modeling Technologies in Brace Management of Idiopathic Scoliosis: A Narrative Review

Bidari S, Kamyab M, Ghandhari H, Komeili A

The efficiency and design quality of scoliosis braces produced by the conventional casting method depends highly on the orthotist’s experience. Recently, advanced engineering techniques have been used with the aim...
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Laboratory Diagnostic Methods for Clostridioides difficile Infection: the First Systematic Review and Meta-analysis in Korea

Chung HS, Park JS, Shin BM

Background: Various methods are used for the diagnosis of Clostridioides difficile infection (CDI). We systematically analyzed and investigated the performance of current laboratory diagnostic methods for CDI. Methods: We performed systematic...
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Effect of fabrication method of lithium disilicate crown on fitness

Choi SY, Kim S, Ji JH, Lee MH, Bae TS

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of fabrication methods of lithium disilicate reinforced glass-ceramic crown on marginal and internal fit. Lithium disilicate reinforced glass-ceramic crowns were...
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Performance of Modified-EUCAST Rapid Direct Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing on Clinical Urine Samples

Mugiraneza J, Kwon M, Kim D, Lee SG, Lee H, Yong D

Background: The rapid antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) performed on urine samples would guide the adequate choice of antibiotics for obtaining better treatment outcomes in patients. Our study aimed to evaluate...
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Infusing the axioms of clinical reasoning while designing clinical anatomy case vignettes teaching for novice medical students: a randomised cross over study

V DK, R R, Priyadharshini N, Murugan M, Devi R

The clinical reasoning skills is often gained when the biomedical knowledge is broadened and deepened alongside exposure to patients. The ‘ideal’ blend of axioms of clinical reasoning and case based...
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External validation of the modified HOPPE score to predict low risk pulmonary embolism suitable for early discharge

Patel K, Klim S, Ritchie P, Johns I, Kelly AM

Objective Recently, a novel score for risk stratification of patients with pulmonary embolism (PE)—the HOPPE score—was derived. We aimed to externally validate the HOPPE score in emergency department-diagnosed PE, using...
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Micro-computed tomographic evaluation of the flow and filling ability of endodontic materials using different test models

Torres FFE, Guerreiro-Tanomaru JM, Chavez-Andrade GM, Pinto JC, Berbert FLCV, Tanomaru-Filho M

Objectives: This study compared the flow and filling of several retrograde filling materials using new different test models. Materials and Methods: Glass plates were manufactured with a central cavity and 4...
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Effect of Fascia Penetration in Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Conduction

Yoon MJ, Park HM, Won SJ

Objective To evaluate the effect of fascia penetration and develop a new technique for lateral femoral cutaneous nerve (LFCN) conduction studies based on the fascia penetration point (PP) identified using...
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Common methodological issues and suggested solutions in bone research

Nguyen TV

Bone research is a dynamic area of scientific investigation that usually encompasses multidisciplines. Virtually all basic cellular research, clinical research and epidemiologic research rely on statistical concepts and methodology for...
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Development and validation of risk score for predicting spontaneous rupture of hepatocellular carcinoma

Ye F, Ma D, Gong XY, Yang YC, Chen YJ

Purpose: Spontaneous rupture is a potentially serious complication of liver cancer. A risk score was developed and validated for predicting spontaneous rupture based on a retrospective study. Methods: Multiple logistic regression...
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The Scoping Review Approach to Synthesize Nursing Research Evidence

Seo HJ

Purpose: The aim of this article is to provide detailed information on scoping reviews, including definition, related processes, and differences between scoping reviews and systematic reviews, and to discuss the...
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In the Extraordinary Times of Coronavirus Disease 2019: Clinical Strategies for Performing Spinal Surgery

Barry TWL, Jeanette TSLJ, Ashokka B, Lopez KG, Thambiah J, Kumar N

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused pronounced strain on global healthcare systems, forcing the streamlining of clinical activities and conservation of health resources. There is a pressing need...
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Interventional treatment of a huge hepatic artery aneurysm as an unusual cause of upper gastrointestinal bleeding

Kwon SH, Yoon J, Noh SY, Ahn HJ, Oh JH

A 61-year-old man presented to our hospital with abdominal pain and melena. He showed no obvious source of bleeding on gastroduodenoscopy. Computed tomography and conventional angiography revealed a huge aneurysm...
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Effectiveness of various nonpharmacological analgesic methods in newborns

Kumar P, Sharma R, Rathour S, Karol S, Karol M

Background: Pain during the developmental period may adversely affect developing neuronal pathways and result in adverse neurodevelopmental, cognitive, and behavioral effects in later life. Immunizations, e.g., hepatitis B vaccine (HBV),...
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