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A Case of Balloon Dilatation of Takayasu's Arteritis in Thoracic Arota

Kim HJ, Koh YY, Kang SI, Choi KB, Yoon KI, Chung HI, Chung EC

Takayasu's arteritis is a nonspecific inflammatory process of unknown etiology affecting segmentally the aorta and its main branches. The predominant clinical features were reducion of amplitude of peripheral arterial pulses,...
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Three Cases of Lupus Miliaris Disseminatus Faciei

Park MY, Hahm JH

LMDF is an asymptomatic papular eruption affecting the central area of the face, which runs a chronic course and involutes spontaneously with scarring. Histopathologically, the papules usually show scattered masses...
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The Study of The Immunoassay by the Monoclonal Antibody: Flow Cytometry for Cell Surface Phenotyping

Hong KS

With the development of monoclonal antibodies. they have various utilities for in-vitro diagnosis in differentiating tumor cell type, and for therapeutic purposes. I experimented the reaction of many known and...
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Evaluation of Computed Tomography in Traumatic Injury of Pancreas

Rhee CS

Computed Tomography(CT) was used in the evaluation of 180 patients suffering abdominal trauma. There were 15 patients with CT and surgically proved pancreatic injuries, which include 13 cases of blunt trauma...
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Histopathologic Study of Endometrium in Patients with Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

Ahn JJ

90 patients with abnormal uterine bleeding who were admitted to the Department of Obstertrics and Gynecology. Ewha Womans University Hospital during the period of 6 years from January 1985 to...
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The Effect of Enteral Allopurinol Suspension on the Intestinal Mucosal Injury and Survival Rate in the Induced Mesenteric Ischemia of White Rats

Choi KJ

The sequelae of ischemic injury to the intestine are potentially devastating to the patient. And it has also been implicated as playing a major role in the development of necrotizing...
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Skin Surface Lipid Composition of Scalp in Adults Males

Myung KB

The composition of skin surface lipids of scalp was studied by thin-layer chromatography and photodensitometry in 10 normal adult males. The results are as follows: 1) In each of the subjects, the...
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The Role of Hoemolysis in Nonspecific Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia as Reflected in Carboxyhemoglobin

Kim GH

Carboxyhemoglobin, Retiulocyte. Haemoglobin and Bilirubin levels measured in 50 conseutive normal term(n=30) and preterm(n=20) babies. Newborn of RBC incompatibility and severe jaundice of various etiologies were exluded. In normal newborn of signifiant...
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Changes of Cytoskeletal System in Neurodegenerative Disease: Immunohistochemical Characterization of Neurofibrillary Changes Induced by Mitotic Spindle Inhibitors

Koo H

In experimental neurogenerative diseases, aluminum(Al) intoxication and axotomized sensory neurons showed an abnormal accumulation of neurofilaments(NF) in the neuronal perikarya. These NF contain phosphorylated(ph) epitopes that are not detectable in...
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