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Transcondylar Approach to Skull Base Lesions

Shin KM

The author reports the experiences of the transcondylar approaches to five meningiomas in the low clivus and foramen magnum, two aneurysms of the posterior inferior cerebellar artery and one cavernous...
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A Case of Venous Hemangioma

Lim YS, Myung KB

We experienced a case of venous hemangioma, which was clinically suspected as a granuloma pyogenicum but confirmed histopatholoically. The patient was a 27-year-old woman, who showed erythematous bluish nontender nodules...
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MR Imaging in Meniscal Injury of Knee Joint : ROC Analysis of Diagnositic Performance According to Imaging Planes and Window Widths

Chung EC

Magnetic resonance(MR) is the most widely used diagnostic tool for the meniscal tears. 160 images of menisci of 30 patients and 10 normal subjects were photographed with coronal and sagittal...
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The Measurement of Spleen by Ultrasonography in Normal Korean Adults: by the Use of Splenic Volumetric Index

Suh JS, Lee MS

Ultrasound has been found to be accurate, reliable and comfortable method in the measurement of spleen. Also ultrasound offers the rapid and simple method of estimating volume of spleen in...
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Traumatic Intraventricular Hemorrhage : Analysis of 21 Consecutive Cases

Park DB

A series of 21 cases with traumatic intraventricular homorrhage diagnosed by computed tomography is described. Most were victims of traffic accident and suffered from severe head injuries. Cerebral contusions and subarachnoid...
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Clinical Review of Gastric Cancer

Kim TH, Choi YM

A clinical study was carried out on 227 cases of gastric cancer managed at Department of General Surgery of EWHA Woman's University Hospital, from January 1986 to December 1992. The results...
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Necessity of Routine Labotatory Monitoring for Hematological Finding and Liver Function of Antiepilepic Medications

Yun KW

In a prospective study of 59 epileptic patients receiving anticonvulsant drugs, the author evaluated routine screening for hematologic and liver toxicity. CBC, differential, platelets and liver function were obtained within...
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Evaluation of Tricuspid Regurgitation in Newborn Infants by Two-dimensional and Color Doppler Echocardiography

Hong YM

Two-dimensional and color doppler echocardiography were performed on 54 newborn infants (20:full-term, 21:premature, 13:asphyxated) three times to estimate tricuspid regurgitation and pulmonary artery flow. The results were as follows : 1)...
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A Clinical Study on the Ulcerative Colitis

Choi HJ, Park JE, Sohn HJ, Kim KM, Byun JR, Koh YY, Kim DY, Moon IH

OBJECTS: Ulcerative colitis is an waxing and waning inflammatory bowel disease characterized by rectal bleeding and diarrhea, affecting principally the mucosa of the rectum and colon. Its incidience is being...
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A Clinical Study on Signet Ring Cell Type of Gastric Adenocarcinoma

Park JE, Im SA, Lee SN

In the past gastric carcinomas composed predominantly of signet ring cells formed only a small percentage of gastric malignancies. However. we have had the impression that in recent years the...
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Endothelin-1 In Patients With Lupus Nephritis

Yoon KI

Endothelin is a 21-residue peptide vasoconstrictor produced by endothelium. The exact role of endothelin in the pathophysiology of renal disease has not yet been extensively demonstrated. Thus, to elucidate the...
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