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Comparison of oncologic outcomes between patients with Lynch syndrome and sporadic microsatellite instability-high colorectal cancer

Son IT, Kim DW, Kim MH, Shin YK, Ku JL, Oh HK, Kang SB, Jeong SYJ, Park KJ

Purpose: Long-term oncologic differences in outcome between groups of patients with Lynch syndrome (LS) colorectal cancer (CRC) and sporadic CRC with microsatellite instability-high (MSI-H) are the focus of investigation in...
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Oncologic evaluation of obesity as a factor in patients with rectal cancer undergoing laparoscopic surgery: a propensity-matched analysis using body mass index

Son IT, Kim DW, Choe EK, Kim YH, Lee KH, Ahn S, Kang SI, Kim MJ, Oh HK, Kim JS, Kang SB

PURPOSE: This study evaluated the oncologic impact of obesity, as determined by body mass index (BMI), in patients who underwent laparoscopic surgery for rectal cancer. METHODS: The records of 483 patients...
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Validation of Administrative Big Database for Colorectal Cancer Searched by International Classification of Disease 10th Codes in Korean: A Retrospective Big-cohort Study

Hwang YJ, Kim N, Yun CY, Yoon H, Shin CM, Park YS, Son IT, Oh HK, Kim DW, Kang SB, Lee HS, Park SM, Lee DH

BACKGROUND: As the number of big-cohort studies increases, validation becomes increasingly more important. We aimed to validate administrative database categorized as colorectal cancer (CRC) by the International Classification of Disease...
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Reduced Port Laparoscopic Reversal of Hartmann's Procedure Using the Colostomy Site

Kim MH, Oh HK, Son IT, Kang SI, Kim MJ, Kim DW, Kang SB

Utilization of the colostomy site for laparoscopic reversal of Hartmann's procedure was recently introduced, and several studies have shown the feasibility of the procedure, which allows the colostomy site to...
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Clinicopathological Features and Type of Surgery for Lynch Syndrome: Changes during the Past Two Decades

Son IT, Kim DW, Jeong SY, Shin YK, Ihn MH, Oh HK, Kang SB, Park KJ, Oh JH, Ku JL, Park JG

PURPOSE: The Korean Hereditary Tumor Registry, the first and one of the largest registries of hereditary tumors in Korea, has registered about 500 families with hereditary cancer syndromes. This study...
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Transmissibility of the Campaign for Colorectal Cancer Awareness in Korea Among Twitter Users

Lee KC, Oh HK, Park G, Park S, Suh B, Bae WK, Kim JW, Yoon H, Kim MJ, Kang SI, Son IT, Kim DW, Kang SB

PURPOSE: The Korean Society of Coloproctology holds its annual colorectal awareness month every September. This study analyzed the users and the contents of Korean tweets regarding colorectal cancer and estimated...
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Use of a Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment to Predict Short-Term Postoperative Outcome in Elderly Patients With Colorectal Cancer

Lee YH, Oh HK, Kim DW, Ihn MH, Kim JH, Son IT, Kang SI, Kim GI, Ahn S, Kang SB

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to identify the effectiveness of a preoperative comprehensive geriatric assessment (CGA) for predicting postoperative morbidity in elderly patients who underwent surgery for colorectal cancer. METHODS: Elderly...
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Clinical Features and Factors Affecting Success Rate of Air Reduction for Pediatric Intussusception

Son IT, Jung K, Park T, Kim HY, Park KW, Jung SE

  • KMID: 2059049
  • J Korean Assoc Pediatr Surg.
  • 2010 Dec;16(2):108-116.
Air reduction is a safe, effective, and fast initial treatment for pediatric intussusception. There is low dose radiation exposure. Factors affecting outcomes of air reduction were analyzed by reviewing the...
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