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Povidone-Iodine Pleurodesis for Chylothorax in an Extremely Low Birth Weight Infant

Kim JW, Jin JH, Yoon SW

Chylothorax, the accumulation of chyle in the pleural space, is a rare condition, but can lead to serious complications in neonates. Conservative therapy for chylothorax includes enteral feeding with medium-chain...
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Spontaneous Regression of Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma after Talc Pleurodesis

Kim C, Kim KH

Spontaneous regression of metastatic renal cell carcinoma (mRCC) was reported over the last century. However, there are no reports on spontaneous regression of mRCC by talc pleurodesis. A 43-year-old man...
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Chemical Pleurodesis Using Viscum album Extract in Gorham Disease Complicated with Chylothorax

Cho SJ, Kim SW

Gorham disease, also known as massive osteolysis, is characterized by unregulated proliferation of lymphatic or vascular capillaries within bone, resulting in destruction and replacement with angiomatous tissue. This disease can...
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Chemical Pleurodesis Using Doxycycline and Viscum album Extract

Song KS, Keum D, Kim JB

BACKGROUND: In chemical pleurodesis for managing pulmonary air leak, tetracycline derivatives are commonly used, and their effectiveness has been established in many studies. Recently, a Viscum album extract was used...
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Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome after Viscum album Pleurodesis for Primary Spontaneous Pneumothorax

Noh D, Park JS, Lee DY

A 52-year-old male patient who underwent multiple wedge resections experienced postoperative acute respiratory distress syndrome in both lungs after Viscum album pleurodesis. Despite initial rapid deterioration in clinical condition and...
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Pleural Changes after Talc Pleurodesis in Patients with Underlying Malignancy: Comparison with Recurrent Malignant Pleural Lesions on CT and Fluorodeoxyglucose-Positron Emission Tomography/CT

Kim BS, Kang H, Park JG

PURPOSE: To compare computed tomography (CT) and fluorodeoxyglucose-positron emission tomography/CT (FDG-PET/CT) findings of benign pleural changes with those of recurrent malignant pleural lesions in patients with a history of underlying...
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Two Cases of Fatal Hypoxemia after Talc Pleurodesis for Recurrent Malignant Pleural Effusion

Park SA, Lee HH, Kim DJ, Shim BY, Song SH, Kim CH, Ahn MI, Cho DG, Cho KD, Kim HK

Talc pleurodesis is a safe and effective treatment for a recurrent malignant pleural effusion. However, acute hypoxemia, pulmonary edema or acute respiratory failure can develop in a small number of...
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Efficacious Pleurodesis with OK-432 Plus Autoblood or OK-432 Against the Pneumothorax with Persistent Air Leak

Kim HS, Choi GM

  • KMID: 2318781
  • Tuberc Respir Dis.
  • 2006 Jan;60(1):72-75.
BACKGROUND: This report reviews our experience with persistent air leaks in the peumothorax that were not considered candidates for surgical treatment in order to evaluate the efficacy and risks of...
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Chemical Pleurodesis as a Treatment for Hydrothorax Complicating Peritoneal Dialysis

Sung SA, Ko GJ, Kim MK, Kim JY, Jo SK, Cho WY, Kim HK

  • KMID: 2079439
  • Korean J Nephrol.
  • 2005 Jan;24(1):162-166.
Hydrothorax complicating continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) occurs approximately 2% of continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. Management might begin with interruption of peritoneal dialysis for 2-6 weeks. But, approximately half of...
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Peritoneopleural Leakage in Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis : Successful Treatment with Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Talc Pleurodesis

Kim UA, Kim DJ, Yeo HM, Lim YH, Kim B, Kang WH, Yoon SJ, Lee HH, Lee YK, Oh HY

  • KMID: 1889339
  • Korean J Nephrol.
  • 2002 Sep;21(5):855-860.
Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) is an effective renal replacement therapy for end- stage renal disease. Hydrothorax secondary to leakage of dialysate via pleuroperitoneal communication is a rare complication of...
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Comparison of OK-432 and Doxycycline Pleurodesis for Malignant Pleural Effusions Caused by Lung Cancer

Chung JH, Park MS, Cheong JH, Kim YS, Chang J, Kim JH, Kwak SM, Kim SK, Kim SK

  • KMID: 2318390
  • Tuberc Respir Dis.
  • 2002 Jun;52(6):590-596.
BACKGROUND: Lung cancer is the leading cause of malignant pleural effusions, which is currently most commonly treated using pleurodesis via bedside thoracostomy. Several agents had been used for the treatment...
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A Case of Acute Respirtory Distress Syndrome(ARDS) after Talc Pleurodesis

Kim KU, Cha KY, Han SH, Yun YI, park SW, Kim DJ, Na MJ, Uh ST, Kim YH, Park CS

Presently talc is one of the agents most commonly used for producing a pleurodesis in patients with either a recurrent pleural effusion or a spontaneous pneumothorax. Talc can be instilled...
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OK-432 (picibanil) Chemical Pleurodesis for the Treatment of Persistent Chylothorax after Esophagectomy

Park JS, Kim JK, Kim CB

  • KMID: 2209427
  • J Korean Surg Soc.
  • 2001 Jul;61(1):105-109.
Chylothorax is an uncommon but well recognized complication of esophagectomy. We present a case 65-year-old man with midthoracic esophageal carcinoma who underwent three stage radical esophagectomy by right thoracotomy. The...
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A Case of Malignant Pleural Effusion Treated by Chemical Pleurodesis in Ovarian Carcinoma

Han SH, No IH, Hwang TY, Hong P, Choi KU, Lee JH, Min SK, Lee JY, Cho S, Lee WY

  • KMID: 2083772
  • Korean J Gynecol Oncol Colposc.
  • 2001 Jun;12(2):147-151.
Carcinomas of the lung, breast and lymphoma account for approximately 75% of malignant pleural effusions and the metastatic ovarian carcinoma is the fourth leading cause of malignant pleural effusions. The...
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The Efects of Autologous Blood Pleurodesis in the Pneumothorax with Persistent Air Leak

Yoon SM, Shin SJ, Kim YC, Shon JW, Yang SC, Yoon HJ, Shin DH, Chung WS, Park SS

BACKGROUND: In patients with severe chronic lung diseases even a small pneumothorax can result in life-threatening respiratory distress. It is important to treat the attack by chest tube drainage until...
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Pleurodesis with Autologous Blood Plus Sclerosing Agents

Song JP, Lee JH, Kim BY, Lee JH, Kang GM

  • KMID: 2289043
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 1999 Jan;32(1):92-95.
The patients with prolonged air leak after lung resection surgery were generally treated by pleurodesis with sclerosing agents such as talc, tetracyclin, doxycyclin, bleomycin, vibramycin, and OK432. However, for the...
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Efficacy of mechanical pleurodesis for the treatment of spontaneous pneumothorax with VATS: A comparison of short-term recurrence according to the intensities of pleural abrasion

Huh JP, Lee JC, Jung TE, Lee DH, Han SS

  • KMID: 2062170
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 1998 Nov;31(11):1070-1075.
BACKGROUND: With the advent of thoracoscopy, there has been increasing interest in less invasive surgical bullectomy and pleurodesis. The recurrence rate, however, has been reported higher in surgery with thoracoscopy...
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Talc Pleurodesis via Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery(VATS) in Malignant Pleural Effusions

Park SJ, Ahn SJ, Kang KW, Koh YM, Suh GY, Chung MP, Kim HJ, Kwon OJ, Kim KM, Kim JG, Shim YM, Rhee CH

BACKGROUND: Chemical pleurodesis is a widely used method for the control of symptomatic and recurrent malignant pleural effusions. Tab has been accepted to k the most effective sclerosing agent for...
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Thoracoscopic Talc Pleurodesis of Malignant Pleural Effusion

Sohn DS, Kim YS

  • KMID: 2289117
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 1998 Mar;31(3):266-270.
The management of malignant pleural effusion is a difficult problem. Tetracycline was probably the most commonly used sclerosing agent, but parenteral tetracycline is no longer available. This prospective study was...
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Chemical Pleurodesis of Malignant Pleural Effusion

Lee KH, Lee HW

  • KMID: 2320327
  • Yeungnam Univ J Med.
  • 1997 Dec;14(2):285-292.
No abstract available.
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