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A Case of Focal Acral Hyperkeratosis

Kim HY, Myung KB, Kook HI

Focal acral hyperkeratosis is clinically identical to acrokeratoelastoidosis but histologically lacks the elastorrhexis which is a feature of acrokeratoelastoidosis. We present a case of focal acral hyperkeratosis in a 50...
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A Study on 1,210 Cases of Skin Tumors

Myung KB

A study was made on 1,210 cases of skin tumors which were diagnosed by histopathologic examination during the periods of 14 years and 6 months from January, 1975 to June,...
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A proposal on Cosmetic Safly Test: The Second Paper The Experimental Study on Comedogenecity of Cosmetics

Kim HY, Myung KB, Kook HI

This present study was performed to evaluate the comedogenicity of several cosmetics. The test materials were applied to one ear canal of three rabbits daily for 6 weekdays for 2...
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A Study f the Effect of Topocal Glucocorticosteroids on Epidermal Langerhans Cells in Guinea Pig

Lee JO, Choi HM, Kook HI

Langerhans cells are immunocompetent, dendritic cells of bone marrow derivation that reside within the epidermis. Langerhans cells have been implicated as playing a key role in the processing and presentation...
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The Effects of 2% Methylcellulose as Viscoelastic Substance on Rabbit Eye

Ahn CS

To compare the corneal reaction of the widely used viscoelastic substance such as Healon, Amvisc and newly developed and less expensive viscoelastis substance(2% Methylcellulose) which was made at our hospital....
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A Clinical Study of Butterfly Tibia Fractures

Roh KJ

Recently, the incidence of fracture of tibial shaft has risen as a result of rapidly increased automobile and industrial accidents. Seventy adult patients with butterfly fracture of the tibia were...
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A Clinical Study of Tibial Condylar Fracture

Wang JM

The tibial condylar fractures involving the articular surface can produce disability of knee joint bacause of its incongrousity and accompanied soft tissue injuries such as ligaments & menisci. Accurate anatomical reduction...
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Histopathological and Clinical Study on Malignant Ovarian Tumors

Ahn JJ

This study was planned to evaluate the clinical status of 33 patients with malignant ovarian tumors, who were admitted, operated, and confirmed histopathologically at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,...
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Comparison of Colonoscopy and the Barium Enema in Five Hundred Patients with Colorectal Disease

Park EB

Colorectal disease including cancer is increasing tendency in this country, and so acurate diagnosis and early treatment might be saved patients. Since Turell described colonofiberscopy in 1963, colonofiberscopy has been much...
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Study on Mixed Function and Lipid Peroxidation of Neonatal Hepatic Microsomes after Exposure to Alcohol During the Fetal and Lactating Period

Hong YS, Ham YA, Lee HL

Maternal ingestion of alcohol produce not only change of drug metabolism but also proliferation of hepatic smooth endoplasmic reticulum and many developmental defects of the central nervous system. The present investigation...
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The Effect of Vanadate on Glucase Transport of Everted Sacs and Vesicles Prepared from Small Intestinal Epithelial Cells

Hahm JS, Kim KJ

Vanadate has been reported to inhibit Na+, K+-ATPase of many cells. Since intestinal uptake of glucose is influenced by the enzyme, we studied the effects of varying concentrations of sodium...
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