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Congenital Long QT Syndrome Type 8 Characterized by Fetal Onset of Bradycardia and 2:1 Atrioventricular Block

Joo D, Lee HD, Kim T, Ko H, Byun JH

An important, albeit rare, cause of fetal bradycardia is long QT syndrome (LQTS). Congenital LQTS is an ion channelopathy caused by mutations in genes encoding cardiac ion channel proteins. Fetal...
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A Case of Midgut Volvulus with Gastric Perforation and Periveintricular Leukomalacia in a Term Infant

Park SG, Hwang JH

Intestinal malrotation with midgut volvulus (MV) is a life-threatening surgical emergency. Most events of MV occur in the neonatal period with bilious vomiting, abdominal distension, feeding intolerance, and bloody stools....
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Case of Mental Retardation Associated with Aplasia Cutis Congenita and Skull Defect

Cho HC, Hwang JH

Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC) is a rare congenital disorder characterized by skin defects involving the epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous tissue, bone, and sometimes dura. It commonly affects the scalp in approximately...
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Transient Neonatal Diabetes Mellitus Managed with Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion (CSII) and Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Kim MS, Kim SE, Lee NY, Kim SK, Kim SH, Cho WK, Cho KS, Jung MH, Suh BK, Ahn MB

Neonatal diabetes mellitus can be categorized as transient, permanent, or syndromic, and approximately half of the cases are transient. We present a case involving a term newborn who showed overt...
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Two Cases of Gastric Volvulus in Neonates

Kim MY, Park MS, Lee JH

Gastric volvulus in neonates is an extremely uncommon disorder, which is challenging to diagnose because of its non-specific clinical manifestations. Early diagnosis of gastric volvulus is important to avoid life-threatening...
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Intussusception in Neonates: Clinical Characteristics of Eight Cases in a Single Center

Ahn Yg, Lim G, Hwang EH, Oh KW, Cho MJ

Purpose: Intussusception is the most common cause of bowel obstruction in children; however, it is rarely diagnosed in newborn infants. This study aimed to describe the clinical features of intussusception...
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Oral Administration of Nonionic Water-Soluble Contrast Media to Treat Meconium Obstruction in Premature Infants: A Preliminary Study

Hong HS, Kim SS, Park GY

Purpose: Meconium obstruction of prematurity (MOP) predisposes premature infants to intestinal perforation and prolonged hospitalization if not diagnosed and treated promptly. A standard contrast enema is less effective to treat...
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Cerebral Oxygenation during Apnea in Preterm Infants: Effects of Accompanying Peripheral Oxygen Desaturation

Choi SH, Lee J, Nam SK, Jun YH

Purpose: Premature infants have immature respiratory control and cerebral autoregulation. We aimed to investigate changes in cerebral oxygenation during apnea with and without peripheral oxygen desaturation in premature infants. Methods: This...
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Effects of Oxygen Saturation Fluctuations on Retinopathy in Infants Younger than 30 Weeks’ Gestational Age

Jeon CW, Kim JS, Park B, Lee JH

Purpose: To evaluate the risk factors and effects of fluctuations in oxygen saturation on the occurrence and severity of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP). Methods: From January 1, 2013 to January 31,...
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Management of Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension in Preterm Infants

Lee BS

Persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (PPHN) is a consequence of the failure of a decrease in the elevated pulmonary vascular resistance after birth. Pulmonary vasodilators, including inhaled nitric oxide...
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