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Herein, we report the first case of PFL in Korea, clinicians should keep in mind the possibility of PFL in a young patient showing abnormal lymph node enlargement. ...doi:10.5021/ad.2018.30.4.489 pmid:30065597 pmcid:PMC6029959 fatcat:vdypkzyxtrhatiju35ftk5xyum
Kim, M.D. 1,2 , Joon Chang, M.D. 1,2 , You Kyung Seo, M.D. 3 , Kyoung Won Lee, M.D. 3 , Moo Suk Park, M.D. 1,2 Figure 2 . 2 The chest computed tomography revealed necrosis and volume expansion of left ...doi:10.4046/trd.2010.69.6.469 fatcat:kx5zlwrudfalhbxvjuv4qmqypy
Arch Aesthetic Plast Surg 2014;20:85-91. http://dx.doi.org/10.5021/ad.2016.28.2.247 Cutaneous Metastasis of Giant Cell-Rich Osteosarcoma Ji Yoon Choo, Ji Hyun Lee, Jun Young Lee, Young Min Park Department ...doi:10.5021/ad.2016.28.2.247 pmid:27081276 pmcid:PMC4828392 fatcat:brbk2kv3n5auhbidgnskoq34s4
Author Contributions Dong Won Lee, conception and design, analysis and interpretation of data, drafting the article, final approval, agreement; Chang Myeon Song, conception and design, analysis and interpretation ...doi:10.1177/2473974x18788545 pmid:31535061 pmcid:PMC6737877 fatcat:hn4aae7lkvhihpnfylupld645i
Lee et al. 9 reported the face as the most frequently affected site, followed by the scalp. ... These high rates seem to be related to the increased demand for hair coloring and the trend for individuals to begin using hair dye for cosmetic purposes at a relatively young age. ...doi:10.5021/ad.2018.30.3.316 pmid:29853746 pmcid:PMC5929949 fatcat:gl5kksw3wjhzxhi4juab2wiyii
Author Contributions Chul Hwan Bang, MD; Hyun Ji Lee, MD; and Ji Hyun Lee, MD, PhD wrote the main manuscript text. Jae Woong Yoon and Suk Jun Lee, PhD, prepared figures and tables. ... Jun Young Lee, MD, PhD, and Young Min Park, MD, PhD, supervised this work. All authors reviewed the manuscript. ...doi:10.1038/s41598-018-35909-z pmid:30552340 pmcid:PMC6294792 fatcat:jv5fxlzdk5ewfgjgn4kdnew5du
Odontogenic cutaneous fistula appears as dimpling or a nodule with purulent discharge, usually in the chin or jaw. Affected patients usually seek help from dermatologists or surgeons rather than from dentists. However, clinical symptoms of facial skin fistula without dental problems can lead to misdiagnosis. Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the clinical characteristics of patients with odontogenic cutaneous fistulas. Methods: This retrospective observational study wasdoi:10.5021/ad.2016.28.4.417 pmid:27489421 pmcid:PMC4969468 fatcat:txeyscldnzahvj4djflyfshz5i
more »... ormed at Chungbuk National University Hospital by analyzing patients who visited from April 1994 to September 2014. Following clinical and radiographic examinations, the paths and origins of sinus fistulas were determined. Investigated factors were gender, age, morphology, location, originating tooth, time to evolution, recurrence, and treatment method. Results: Thirty-three patients (22 males, 11 females; average age 49.2 years) were examined during the investigation period. Thirty-four fistulas were diagnosed as odontogenic cutaneous fistulas. The most common morphology was dimpling (n=14, 41.2%). The various locations observed were related to the originating tooth. The most common site was the mandibular body related to mandibular molars. The referral clinical diagnosis was of odontogenic origin in 6 cases (18.2%). The majority of patients had experienced recurrence after treatment in previous clinics that had failed to diagnose odontogenic cutaneous fistula. Surgical fistulectomy and/or tooth treatment were performed in all cases. All patients were followed-up for 1 year. None showed signs of recurrence. Conclusion: Extraoral and dental examinations are required to make a diagnosis of odontogenic cutaneous fistula. Thus, cooperation between dermatologists and dentists is essential. (Ann Dermatol 28(4) 417∼421, 2016
A traumatic pulmonary pseudocyst is a rare complication of blunt thoracic trauma. The clinical symptoms and signs are similar to other respiratory diseases, such as pulmonary tuberculosis. Therefore, a trauma history with the resulting radiologic and clinical findings is important for making a diagnosis. A 26-year-old male was admitted to our hospital due to cough for 3 days. The chest x-ray revealed diffuse infiltrations and a cavitary lesion at the left lung. His left chest had hit a tree asdoi:10.4046/trd.2009.67.5.467 fatcat:pigarceldjbkbny2a3meth2xqi
more »... result of motorcycle accident one day before admission. Initially, it was assumed that his symptoms and chest X-ray might be due to a tuberculosis infection. However, bronchoscopy revealed old blood clots at both lungs, particularly in the left lower lobe bronchus. A transbronchial lung biopsy showed alveolar hemorrhage. A traumatic pulmonary pseudocyst was diagnosed from his trauma history and these findings. Computed tomography of the chest performed 4 months later showed regression of the cavitary lesion.
Acknowledgments: The authors thank So-young Kim for her time and contributions to the study. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. ...doi:10.3390/children7120251 pmid:33255281 fatcat:ojjzxk3usneyjaokyndqmqb27m
V t = I ph R load = E ph × R load (R ph + R load ) 2 + X 2 s ( 30 ) I ph = V t R load = E ph (R ph + R load ) 2 + X 2 s ( 31 ) E ph = V t + I ph R ph + jI ph X s ( 32 ) P 0 = V ta I a + V tb I b + V tc ... electromotive force per phase (Eph), and rated power (P0). ( ) load t ph load ph ph load s R V I R E R R X (30) 2 2 ( ) ph t ph load ph load s E V I R R R X ( 31 ) ph t ph ph ph s E V I R jI ...doi:10.3390/electronics11020205 fatcat:mdjh6rv7g5evbn7qltp4mnarei
Sang Kook Lee (Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea). 5-FU resistant HCT116 (HCT116/R) cells were generated by continuous exposure to increasing concentrations of 5-FU for more than 6 months ...doi:10.18632/oncotarget.5327 pmid:26416450 pmcid:PMC4741717 fatcat:7pehysvgg5chlattlgnnxhbx2q
Leflunomide was licensed for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis in 1998 and has been available in Korea since 2003. Allergic cutaneous reactions (rash, purpura) are common (<10%) side effects of leflunomide, but severe cases such as Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) or toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) are rarely reported. There has not been a report of SJS or TEN induced by leflunomide in Korea. Here we report a case of leflunomide-induced TEN in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis. Leflunomidedoi:10.4078/jrd.2014.21.6.326 fatcat:6byqizor6ngcpcuyawcfw6v7eq
more »... was discontinued, and the TEN was treated with methylprednisolone, cholestyramine and immunoglobulin. The skin lesion eventually resolved over four weeks with residual post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
Copper electrodes with a micromesh/nanomesh structure were fabricated on a polyimide substrate using UV lithography and wet etching to produce flexible transparent conducting electrodes (TCEs). Well-defined mesh electrodes were realized through the use of high-quality Cu thin films. The films were fabricated using radio-frequency (RF) sputtering with a single-crystal Cu target-a simple but innovative approach that overcame the low oxidation resistance of ordinary Cu. Hybrid Cu mesh electrodesdoi:10.1038/srep10715 pmid:26039977 pmcid:PMC4454070 fatcat:3ovq7srvcre53dsewiwl2mc7ny
more »... re fabricated by adding a capping layer of either ZnO or Al-doped ZnO. The sheet resistance and the transmittance of the electrode with an Al-doped ZnO capping layer were 6.197 ohm/sq and 90.657%, respectively, and the figure of merit was 60.502 × 10 -3 /ohm, which remained relatively unchanged after thermal annealing at 200 °C and 1,000 cycles of bending. This fabrication technique enables the mass production of large-area flexible TCEs, and the stability and high performance of Cu mesh hybrid electrodes in harsh environments suggests they have strong potential for application in smart displays and solar cells. Transparent conducting electrodes (TCEs), which have high optical transparency and high electrical conductivity, are widely used in numerous optoelectronic devices, including organic/inorganic light-emitting diodes, liquid-crystal displays, touch-screen panels, supercapacitors, and solar cells 1-7 . Historically, the use of indium tin oxide (ITO) has dominated in the TCE industry; however, some critical problems are associated with the mechanical, thermal and chemical stability of ITO. The scarcity of indium and its increasing price are additional factors that make ITO undesirable in TCE applications. Thus, efforts have been devoted to the development of alternatives to ITO (e.g., conducting polymers, Al-doped ZnO and metal thin films); however, these alternatives have been unsatisfactory for industrial demands 8-10 . In recent years, however, micromaterials and nanomaterials, including carbon nanotubes, graphene, and metal wire/particle networks, have offered a new paradigm for the TCE industry 11-20 . Among these, metal nanostructure network TCEs have exhibited high performance and are suitable for large-area applications. Various fabrication methods have been employed, such as spin (or spray) coatings of nanowire dispersions 11-17 , electronic spinning 17-19 , and lift-off processes with nanotemplates 21-23 . Silver (Ag), in particular, has attracted great interest for TCE applications because of its superior electrical conductivity, and various fabrication processes have been investigated to simplify the manufacturing process and to improve performance 4,          . However, Ag is not suitable for use in mass production requiring low costs. Copper (Cu) has high electrical conductivity comparable to that of Ag, and Cu is much less expensive and more abundant than Ag 11,23 . Recently, transparent conductive films have been reported
ORCID Chul Hwan Bang, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6246-0331 Hyun Ji Lee, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8643-8462 Ju Hee Han, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3194-5202 Ji Hyun Lee, https://orcid.org/0000-0002 ... -3671-502X Jun Young Lee, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8650-1759 Dong Soo Yu, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2196-949X Young Min Park, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3631-0807 ...doi:10.5021/ad.2020.32.3.260 pmid:33911750 pmcid:PMC7992615 fatcat:dbwlzukvebgr3hgb5qdyozjvl4
을지대학교 대전캠퍼스 임상병리학과, 2 을지대학교 성남캠퍼스 임상병리학과, 3 을지대학교 성남캠퍼스 BK21 플러스 프로그램 시니어 헬스케어학과, 4 을지대학교 대전캠퍼스 BK21 플러스 프로그램 시니어 헬스케어학과 Metabolic disease is associated with abdominal obesity, high blood pressure, and dyslipidemia. Physical activity has beneficial effects on a variety of diseases. This study examined the relationship between metabolic diseases and physical activity according to age. Among a total of 7,295 subjects, the data from 382 individuals in the normal group and 1,525 persons in thedoi:10.15324/kjcls.2018.50.2.144 fatcat:falfb7o7o5gqxdc73c7ur7ylxe
more »... olic disease group were analyzed. The data were analyzed statistically by one-way ANOVA, the Pearson's correlation coefficient, and multiple regression analysis. The levels of hemoglobin (HB), hematocrit (HCT), and creatinine (CR), were elevated when a high-intensity physical activity was performed, but they were reduced when a low-intensity physical activity was performed in the normal group aged 10∼29 years and the metabolic disease group aged 50∼69 years. In the normal group and metabolic disease group aged 30∼49 years, the level of high density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) was elevated when high-intensity physical activity was conducted, whereas it was reduced when low-intensity physical activity was performed. No difference in the level of HDL-C depending on age and exercise intensity was observed in the normal group; the level of HDL-C decreased with age and increased with exercise intensity in the metabolic disease group. Physical activity has different effects in metabolic disease depending on age.
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