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A 10-Year Single-Center Experience of Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring

Park SB, Moon M, Kim HH, Park GY, Kang DY, Lee JY, Cho YS, Kang HR, Cho SH

Background/Aims: Despite proper use of pharmaceuticals, adverse drug reactions (ADRs) can lead to problems related to patient safety. We analyzed the characteristics of ADRs, particularly serious adverse events (SAEs), in...
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Ventricular Tachycardia in Neonates: A Report of Two Cases and Review of the Literature

Jung YR, Lee SH, Park GY, Kim SS

In the case of hemodynamically stable broad complex tachycardia, it is essential to evaluate the causes and to diagnose correctly in the selection of appropriate management and drugs. We report...
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A Neonate Diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome Presenting with Cardiogenic Shock

Ha JE, Lee SH, Park GY, Shin YL, Kim SS, Jang MA

We present the case of a healthy 28-day-old female full-term neonate who was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit for severe metabolic acidosis, hypoglycemia, and an initial sinus rhythm....
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Musculoskeletal Pains and Their Risk Factors in Endoscopists

Park Gy

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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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Dysgeusia as Anti-GQ1b Antibody Syndrome with Brainstem Involvement: A Tractography Case Report

Han Y, Kim YK, Park GY, Jeong SA, Im S

Dysgeusia and dysphagia are rarely reported as the sole clinical symptoms of anti-GQ1b antibody syndrome involving the cranial nerves (CN). According to previous reports, those exhibiting bilateral facial nerve palsy...
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The Usefulness and Clinical Characteristics of Antidepressant Use for Stroke Patients with Rehabilitation Program: An Exploratory Analysis

Lee KH, Park GY, Bahk WM, Lee SJ, Pae CU

Objective: There has been a lack of data regarding the usefulness and clinical characteristic between patients-treated with and without antidepressants (Pw/Pwo ADs). Methods: One hundred and eighty inpatients were recruited and...
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KSNR Clinical Consensus Statements: Rehabilitation of Patients with Parkinson's Disease

KSNR PD Writing Group, Kim DY, Oh HM, Bok SK, Chang WH, Choi Y, Chun MH, Han SJ, Han TR, Jee S, Jung SH, Jung HY, Jung TD, Kim MW, Kim EJ, Kim HS, Kim YH, Kim Y, Kim DY, Kim DY, Kim DK, Ko SH, Ko MH, Lee JK, Lee J, Lee SJ, Lee SG, Lim SH, Oh BM, Paik NJ, Park KD, Park SW, Park GY, Park JH, Park YG, Pyun SB, Ryu B, Seo HG, Shin YI, Sohn MK, Yang SN, Yoo SD, Yoo WK

Clinical consensus statements (CCSs) aim to improve care for patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) and reduce the variability of rehabilitation methods in clinical practice. A literature search was conducted to...
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Result of a Long-Term Follow-Up of Arthroscopic Partial Repair for Massive Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears Using a Biceps Long Head Auto Graft

Ko SH, Park KB, Park GY, Kwon SH, Kim MS, Park SJ

Purpose: This paper presents the long term follow-up results of arthroscopic partial repair for massive irreparable rotator cuff tears using a biceps long head auto graft. Materials and Methods: Forty-one patients...
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MRI Findings to Predict Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Preterm Infants Near Term-Equivalent Age

Hong HS, Kim SS, Park GY

Purpose: Preterm infants are at high risk for adverse neurodevelopmental outcomes. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been proposed as a means of predicting neurodevelopmental outcomes in this population. It is controversial...
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Effect of red blood cell transfusion on short-term outcomes in very low birth weight infants

Lee EY, Kim SS, Park GY, Lee SH

Background: Red blood cell (RBC) transfusion improves cardiorespiratory status of preterm infants by increasing circulating hemoglobin, improving tissue oxygenation, and reducing cardiac output. However, RBC transfusion itself has also been...
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Deletion Timing of Cic Alleles during Hematopoiesis Determines the Degree of Peripheral CD4+ T Cell Activation and Proliferation

Park GY, Lee GW, Kim S, Hong H, Park JS, Cho JH, Lee Y

Capicua (CIC) is a transcriptional repressor that regulates several developmental processes. CIC deficiency results in lymphoproliferative autoimmunity accompanied by expansion of CD44hiCD62Llo effector/memory and follicular Th cell populations. Deletion of...
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Dysphagia as a Clinical Manifestation of Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance: A Case Report

Koo H, Park GY, Han Y, Jeong S, Im S

Swallowing can be affected by a variety of systemic diseases. The etiology of dysphagia in the geriatric population is usually overlooked due mainly to a presumed diagnosis of presbyphagia or...
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Role of Ultrasonography in Diagnosis and Treatment of Frozen Shoulder

Park GY

Frozen shoulder (FS) is a common, painful and disabling condition of the shoulder. Patients usually present with an insidious onset of symptoms with gradual restriction and loss of shoulder mobility....
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Thrombosed Fusiform Dilatation of Persistent Median Artery with Normal Median Nerve

Park GY, Kwon DR, Kwon DG, Jung WB

Carpal tunnel syndrome can be produced by abnormal mass effect due to trauma, ganglion cysts, various soft tissue tumors, musculotendinous variants, and aberrant vascular structures. Persistent median artery is one...
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Association between vitamin D level at birth and respiratory morbidities in very-low-birth-weight infants

Kim I, Kim SS, Song JI, Yoon SH, Park GY, Lee YW

PURPOSE: This study aimed to evaluate vitamin D status at birth in very-low-birth-weight infants (VLBWIs:
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Korean Pain Descriptors in Patients with Neuromusculoskeletal Pain

Park GY, Kwon DR, Woo IH

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate which Korean pain descriptors are frequently used in the patients with neuromusculoskeletal diseases and compare the frequency of Korean pain descriptor according to age, gender, pain pattern...
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Safe Needle Insertion Locations for Motor Point Injection of the Triceps Brachii Muscle: A Pilot Cadaveric and Ultrasonography Study

Koo HJ, Park HJ, Park GY, Han Y, Sohn D, Im S

OBJECTIVE: To determine the location of the motor endplate zones (MoEPs) for the three heads of the triceps brachii muscles during cadaveric dissection and estimate the safe injection zone using...
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Swallowing Difficulty due to Hypothyroid Myopathy: A Case Report

Sohn D, Park GY, Koo H, Jang Y, Im S

Musculoskeletal symptoms, such as muscle weakness, stiffness and pain, are observed frequently in patients with hypothyroidism. In theory, hypothyroidism can cause weakness of the swallowing muscles, but dysphagia associated with...
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Oxytocin produces thermal analgesia via vasopressin-1a receptor by modulating TRPV1 and potassium conductance in the dorsal root ganglion neurons

Han RT, Kim HB, Kim YB, Choi K, Park GY, Lee PR, Lee J, Kim HY, Park CK, Kang Y, Oh SB, Na HS

Recent studies have provided several lines of evidence that peripheral administration of oxytocin induces analgesia in human and rodents. However, the exact underlying mechanism of analgesia still remains elusive. In...
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