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A Case of Ketoconazole-Induced Hepatitis

Lim YH, Lee ER, Moon IH

Ketoconazole-induced hepatitis was found in 36-year-old woman who developed easy fatiguability and jaundice, with abnormal liver function tests after taking ketoconazole 400mg a day for 6 months. All of the...
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Clinical Study on the Supratentoial Arteriovenous Malformation

Jang IT, Kim SH, Park DB, Shin KM

Arteriovenous malformation of the brain is a congenital abnormal communication between arterial and venous channels without the interposition of the capillary system. A retrospective clinical study was performed on 20...
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The Clinical Study on Chemonucleolysis in Herniated Nucleus Pulposus of Lumbar Spine

Choi KH, Kang CN, Wang JM, Roh KJ, Jang DW

Low back pain and radiating pain are mainly due to nerve root compression in herniated nucleus pulposus(H.N.P) and treatment of H.N.P is determined by several factors. Recently, many patients can...
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Current Status of Supportive Resource of Medical College Education in Korea

Choi SS

The current status of medical college faculty man-power and teaching facilities was analized through a survey on the curriculum(1986-1987) of a total 28 medical colleges in Korea. The strategies for...
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The Light and Electron Microscopic Study of Mucosal Changes of Colonic Lesion Induced by 1,2-Demethylhydrazined 2HCl in the Rats

Hong KS, Han WS, Kim OK

The fact that the administration of 1,2-dimethylhydrazine 2Hcl(DMH) to rats by weekly subcutaneous injections causes the development of epithelial tumors of the large intestine has been known. But the axact...
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Cholelithiasis

Choi YM

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