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Jin Hwa Kook  (Kook JH) 4 Articles
Case Report
A Case of Meconium Peritonitis Accompanied with Hydrocele
Hoi Kyung Yoon, Ha Young Roh, Jin Hwa Kook, Young Youn Choi, Sang Young Chung
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2004;47(4):448-452.   Published online April 15, 2004
Meconium peritonitis is a rare disease in neonates, characterized by intraperitoneal calcification, numerous fibrosis with or without pseudocyst formation due to antenatal extravasation of meconium. Meconium peritonitis may result in a number of genital manifestations, including inguinal and scrotal or labial hydrocele containing meconium or calcifications. Recently, increased numbers of fetuses with meconium peritonitis have been prenatally diagnosed by ultrasonography....
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Changes in Incidence, Survival Rate and Morbidity of Very Low Birth Weight Infants
Young Ok Kim, Sun Hui Kim, Chang Yee Cho, Young Youn Choi, Jin Hwa Kook, Tae Ju Hwang
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2003;46(8):769-776.   Published online August 15, 2003
Purpose : The survival rate of very low birth weight infants(VLBWI) has improved by virtue of specialized neonatal care. This study was performed to analyze the changes in incidence, survival rate and morbidity of VLBWI who admitted to Chonnam National University Hospital from 1996 to 2001. Methods : We enrolled 565 VLBWI, and compared the incidence and the survival rate according...
Case Report
A Case of Labial Adhesion
Ha Young Roh, Chan Kyun Oh, Kyung Ran Son, Jin Hwa Kook, Young Youn Choi
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2003;46(12):1271-12736.   Published online December 15, 2003
Labial adhesions are postnatal fusion of the labia minora in the midline of varying degrees. They are postulated to be the result of low estrogen levels in the prepubertal child and possibly of a chronic inflammatory process. Topical treatment with conjugated estrogens has been the mainstay of therapy. We experienced one case of labial adhesion in an infant who was...
A Case of Satoyoshi Syndrome Presented with Progressive Muscular Spasm and Alopecia
Kyung Ran Son, Jin Hwa Kook, Byung Ju Kim, Sung Jin Kim, Jae Sook Ma
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2002;45(9):1165-1169.   Published online September 15, 2002
Satoyoshi syndrome(generalized Komuragaeri disease) is a rare disorder of unknown cause, characterized by progressive, painful, intermittent muscle spasms and alopecia. Endocrinopathy with amenorrhea, secondary skeletal abnormalities, and diarrhea or unusual malabsorption are frequently seen. It seems that autoimmunity may play a role in its pathogenesis. We report a 13-year-old girl with characteristic manifestations of the syndrome. She was treated with...
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