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Optimal Fluence and Duration of Low-Level Laser Therapy for Efficient Wound Healing in Mice

Yoon J, Park JH, Choi JW, Kim YC

Background: Low-level laser (light) therapy is a promising technology that stimulates healing, relieves pain and inflammation, and restores function in injured body parts. However, few studies have compared the effects of...
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Safety and Efficacy of Selective Intra-arterial Thrombolysis for Central Retinal Artery Occlusion

Ko SJ, Shin IC, Kim DW, Choi SS, Yang YS

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the efficacy and safety of selective intra-arterial thrombolysis in patients with central retinal artery occlusion (CRAO). Methods: Medical records for 44 eyes...
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Recent update of therapeutic application of peroral cholangioscopy

Lee YN

Despite advancements in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), direct endoscopic visualization of the biliary tree by cholangioscopy is required to improve the diagnosis and treatment of the underlying disease. Although several...
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Recent advances of photodynamic therapy for biliary tract cancer

Cheon YK

The prognosis of bile duct cancer (BDC) is limited due to tumor spread along the biliary tree leading to refractory obstructive cholestasis, cholangitis, and liver failure. Palliation with biliary endoprostheses...
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Effects of low-level laser therapy and adipose-derived stem cells on the viability of autologous fat grafts: a preliminary study

Heo CY, Yoon YS, Min KH, Nam SY, Lee KS, Shin BH, Lee S, Lee M

Background Autologous fat grafts are commonly used in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, and various methods are used to improve their viability. Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) can enhance the proliferation, growth,...
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Transoral Videolaryngoscopic Surgery for Pharyngeal Stenosis: Two Case Studies

Gwak J, Lee YS

Pharyngeal stenosis (PS) is an unwanted consequence of chemo-radiation treatment of pharyngeal carcinomas, or a rare complication of rheumatic diseases. We present two cases of PS treated with the novel...
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Management and Treatment of Drooling: Focus on Non-Invasive Therapy for Children

Min Kc, Seo Sm, Woo Hs

Drooling is defined as the unintentional flow of saliva out of the mouth or to the back of the pharynx due to salivary control problems and swallowing difficulties. Drooling is...
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A Case of Free Flap Reconstruction after Endoscopic Debridemnt for Recalcitrant Nasopharyngeal Osteoradionecrosis Without Facial Incision

Kang YJ, Hong SD, Chung MK

High-dose radiation therapy is the treatment of choice for nasopharyngeal cancer, and clinical outcomes have improved in recent decades. A certain proportion of patients, however, suffer from post-radiation nasopharyngeal necrosis...
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The Effectiveness of Surgery-Based Treatment in Advanced Oropharyngeal Cancers

Kim YC, Kim H, Kwak J, Lee H, Jung KY, Baek SK

Background and Objectives Oropharyngeal cancers (OPCs) can be staged down to a lower stage with p16 positivity and de-escalated therapy has been the common practice. The aim of this study...
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Effects of Virtual Reality-Based Cognitive Training in the Elderly with and without Mild Cognitive Impairment

Maeng S, Hong JP, Kim WH, Kim H, Cho SE, Kang JM, Na KS, Oh SH, Park JW, Bae JN, Cho SJ

Objective This study aimed to introduce a 4-week long fully immersive virtual reality-based cognitive training (VRCT) program that could be applied for both a cognitively normal elderly population and patients...
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Freeze-dried bovine amniotic membrane as a cell delivery scaffold in a porcine model of radiation-induced chronic wounds

Oh D, Son D, Kim J, Kwon SY

Background Locoregional stem cell delivery is very important for increasing the efficiency of cell therapy. Amnisite BA (Amnisite) is a freeze-dried amniotic membrane harvested from bovine placenta. The objective of...
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Early postoperative treatment of mastectomy scars using a fractional carbon dioxide laser: a randomized, controlled, split-scar, blinded study

Shin HW, Suk S, Chae SW, Yoon KC, Kim J

Background Mastectomy leaves unsightly scarring, which can be distressing to patients. Laser therapy for scar prevention has been consistently emphasized in recent studies showing that several types of lasers, including...
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Treatment of neuropathic pain

Sohn E

Background: Neuropathic pain presents a therapeutic challenge because patients cannot be relieved from it, even when all known medical options have been tried. Several treatment guidelines have been provided, and...
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Enhancement of Processing Capabilities of Hippocampus Lobe: A P300 Based Event Related Potential Study

Benet N, Krishna R, Kumar V

Background and Objectives: The influence of music training on different areas of the brain has been extensively researched, but the underlying neurobehavioral mechanisms remain unknown. In the present study, the...
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Nephron-sparing management of upper tract urothelial carcinoma

Farrow JM, Kern SQ, Gryzinski GM, Sundaram CP

Urothelial carcinoma of the upper urinary tract is uncommon and presents unique challenges for diagnosis and management. Nephroureterectomy has been the preferred management option, but it is associated with significant...
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Technological Advances in Charged-Particle Therapy

Park JM, Kim Ji, Wu HG

Charted-particle therapy (CPT) benefits cancer patients by localizing doses in the tumor volume while minimizing the doses delivered to normal tissue through its unique physical and biological characteristics. The world’s...
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Who Will Benefit from Charged-Particle Therapy?

Kim KS, Wu HG

Charged-particle therapy (CPT) such as proton beam therapy (PBT) and carbon-ion radiotherapy (CIRT) exhibit substantial physical and biological advantages compared to conventional photon radiotherapy. As it can reduce the amount...
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Physical and Biological Characteristics of Particle Therapy for Oncologists

Byun HK, Han MC, Yang K, Kim JS, Yoo GS, Koom WS, Kim YB

Particle therapy is a promising and evolving modality of radiotherapy that can be used to treat tumors that are radioresistant to conventional photon beam radiotherapy. It has unique biological and...
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Intravenous Fluid Selection for Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysm Clipping : Balanced Crystalloid versus Normal Saline

Kang J, Song YJ, Jeon S, Lee J, Lee E, Lee JY, Lee E, Bang JS, Lee SU, Han MK, Oh CW, Kim T

Objective : While balanced crystalloid (BC) could be a relevant fluid regimen with buffer system compared with normal saline (NS), there have been no studies on the optimal fluid for...
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Electrothermal Coil Detachment Failure in Flow Diverter-Assisted Coiling of a Small Blister Aneurysm: Technical Considerations and Possible Solutions

Pickett GE, Cora A

Flow diversion stenting combined with coiling offers both immediate protection from rebleeding for ruptured aneurysms and long-term stability for wide-necked or blister aneurysms. It is particularly useful for tiny ruptured...
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