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A Case of Post-traumatic Leptomeningeal Cyst in Infant

Kim JO, Park DB, Shin KM, Chee SH

The authors report a case of leptomeningeal cyst in the right parietal region, which was developed after trauma, in 3 months old male baby.
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Fracture and Dislocation of the Cervical Spine: Report of 4 Cases

Choi KH, Kang CN, Wang JM, Oh SH

The sequelae of unstable fracture of the cervical spine were tragic. The first objective of treatment is protection of the spinalcord during reduction and stabulization. Since 1933, skeletal traction which...
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Clinical Observation on Hydrocele

Ko JW, Kwon SW

A hydrocele is a common disease and it can be caused by etiological factors such as congenital anomaly, inflammation, trauma or parasitic infection. The great majority of hydroceles are idiopathic...
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Clinical Study on Intestinal Tuberculosis

Lee WH, Kim OY

The report is on the clinical analysis of 57 patients of intestinal tuberculosis who were treated at Ewha Womens University hospital for last 6 years from Jan. 1075 to Dec....
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Clinical Survey of Hypertensive Patients During Anesthesia

Lee CH

Among 8142 patients who underwent anesthesia at Ewha Womans University Hospital from January 1976 to December 1980 statistical analysis for the hypertensive cases was carried out with the following results....
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Seropidemiologic Study of Herpes Simplex Virus Infection in general population using Complement Fixation Test and Indirect Immunofluorescence Test

Park HK

One hundred and fifty-sex sera from general population which were obtainable at Virology Lab, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, U.K . during the period from january to june, 1979 were studied...
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