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Application of 16S rRNA Gene-Targeted Next-Generation Sequencing for Bacterial Pathogen Detection in Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis Peritonitis

Kim YA, Kang EW, Moon HS, Kim D, Yong D

BACKGROUND: 16S rRNA gene-targeted next-generation sequencing (NGS) can detect microorganisms in a comprehensive reference database. To date, NGS has been successfully applied to samples such as urine, blood, and synovial...
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Necrotizing Fasciitis from a Percutaneous Transhepatic Biliary Drainage Site

Choi J, Cho JT, Choi JY, Jung SN, Seo BF

Percutaneous transhepatic biliary drainage (PTBD) is the established method of treatment for benign or malignant biliary obstruction. Although relatively safe, the procedure is associated with complications including intraperitoneal bile leak,...
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A rare case of miliary tuberculosis accompanying perihepatitis

Kwon OJ, Lee SW, Jang MS, Kim SC, Lee JH, Kim H

Perihepatic capsulitis is associated with various diseases, such as Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome, systemic lupus erythematosus, perforated cholecystitis, perforated hepatic abscess, and tuberculous peritonitis. Miliary tuberculosis is present in about 2% of...
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Clinical or Radiological Findings Suggestive of Spontaneous Intestinal Perforation in Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants with Gasless Abdomen

Nam EW, Kim JR, Park YJ, Chang YP

PURPOSE: This study aimed to evaluate the clinical and radiologic findings suggestive of spontaneous intestinal perforation (SIP) in extremely-low-birth-weight infants (ELBWIs) with persistent gasless abdomen, and to investigate the usefulness...
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The Successful Removal of a Foreign Body in the Spleen via Diaphragm Laceration Site by Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery

Jeon YB, Hyun SY, Ma DS

A 73-year-old man, who, in an inebriated state, had slipped in a f lowerbed and was wounded on the left f lank, was transferred to Trauma Center, Gil Medical Center,...
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Nonoperative Treatment of Appendicitis in the Pediatric Population: Stringent Patient Selection for Successful Application

Son J, Lee S, Hong J, Seo JM, Lee SK

PURPOSE: Although nonoperative treatment of appendicitis (NOTA) in the pediatric population has been well reported recently, patient selection and treatment scheme varies among studies, making it difficult to establish treatment...
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Multiple Congenital Pancreatic Cysts in a Neonate

Kwon EM, Shin J, Jeon GW

Congenital pancreatic cysts are rare in newborn babies, and this makes prenatal diagnosis difficult. Diagnosis can be delayed for a few months after birth until the infant presents with an...
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Necrotizing Fasciitis on the Abdomen, Perineal Area and Thigh after Panperitonitis

Yoon SM, Wee SY, Choi HJ

Necrotizing fasciitis (NF) is a rare and rapidly progressive disease involving the skin, subcutaneous tissue, and deep soft tissue. A 76-year-old man presented to the emergency room with melena. Abdominopelvic...
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Pus leakage into abdominal cavity through oviduct in a Siberian husky with pyometra

Cho UR, Kim IH, Hwang DY, Kang HG

A 7-year-old, intact, female Siberian husky was presented to the Veterinary Medical Center of Chungbuk National University because of vomiting and diarrhea after a fight with a cohabiting dog. Physical...
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Evaluation of BacT/Alert FAN Plus Bottles for the Culture of Peritoneal Dialysate

Park MS, Yoo IY, Kang OK, Lee JE, Kim DJ, Huh HJ, Lee NY

BACKGROUND: A major complication of peritoneal dialysis (PD) is peritonitis, and bacterial culture of PD effluent in a blood culture bottle is the preferred technique for diagnosis of peritonitis. In...
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Antimicrobial Susceptibility of Microorganisms Isolated from Patients with Intraabdominal Infection in Korea: a Multicenter Study

Yoon YK, Kim J, Moon C, Lee MS, Hur J, Lee H, Kim SW

BACKGROUND: This study evaluated the antimicrobial susceptibility of pathogens isolated from Korean patients with intraabdominal infections (IAIs). METHODS: This multicenter study was conducted at 6 university-affiliated hospitals in Korea between 2016...
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Perivascular Stem Cells Suppress Inflammasome Activation during Inflammatory Responses in Macrophages

Kim J, Kim WJ, Ha KS, Han ET, Park WS, Yang SR, Hong SH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Perivascular stem cells (PVCs) have been identified as precursors of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) that offer promising prospects for application in the development of cellular therapies. Although...
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Meconium Peritonitis: A Rare Treatable Cause of Non-Immune Hydrops

Rajendran , Govindarajan J, Balakrishnan U, Chandrasekaran A, Amboiram P

Meconium peritonitis as a cause of non-immune hydrops in neonates is rarely reported. Here we report such a rare occurrence. In our case, a routine antenatal scan at 25 weeks...
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Delayed Small Bowel Ischemia following Minor Mesenteric Injury

Kim GH, Kim JH, Lee SB

We report a case of delayed presentation of small bowel ischemia following minor mesenteric injury after blunt abdominal trauma. Traumatic small bowel and/or mesenteric injury is rare, and minor mesenteric...
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Acute Appendicitis

Kojima D, Leppäniemi A, Hasegawa S

Acute appendicitis (AA) is one of the most common causes of acute abdominal pain, which can progress to perforation of the appendix and peritonitis. Recently, AA has been classified into...
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Primary Malignant Mesothelioma of the Peritoneum Mistaken for Peritoneal Tuberculosis due to Elevated Cancer Antigen 125

Oh JH, Oh MJ

A differential diagnosis of ascites is always challenging for physicians. Peritoneal tuberculosis is particularly difficult to distinguish from peritoneal carcinomatosis because of the similarities in clinical manifestations and laboratory results....
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Wire Guided Cannulation Facilitates Endoscopic Management of Buried Bumper Syndrome: A Novel Technique

Peck J, Sapp K, Wilsey A, Wilsey M

Buried bumper syndrome is a rare but potentially severe complication of percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube insertion. Though this complication is uncommon, it may lead to pressure necrosis, bleeding, perforation, peritonitis,...
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Hyponatremia in Liver Cirrhosis

Jang C, Jung YK

Hyponatremia is a commonly observed complication that is related to hypoalbuminemia and portal hypertension in patients with advanced liver cirrhosis. Hyponatremia in patients with liver cirrhosis is mostly dilutional hyponatremia...
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Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis

Song DS

Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP) is defined as bacterial infections that occur in patients with cirrhosis and ascites without any significant intraperitoneal infection, accounting for approximately 10–30% of bacterial infections in...
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Bacterial Infections after Liver Transplantation in Children: Single Center Study for 16 Years

Kim JC, Kim SJ, Yun KW, Choi EH, Yi NJ, Suh KS, Lee KW, Lee HJ

PURPOSE: Survival after liver transplantation (LT) has improved over the years, but infection is still a major complication. We aimed to identify the characteristics of bacterial infections in pediatric LT...
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