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Kook Hoon Ko 10 Articles
Original Article
Thrombotest for Coagulation Studies in the Newborn and Vitamin K Prophylaxis.
Kir Young Kim, Kook Hoon Ko, Chong Moo Lee, J.Courtland Robinson
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1965;8(2):43-50.   Published online May 31, 1965
Hemorrhagic disorder of the newborn infant was fist described in 1894 by Dr. Townsend. Since then the etiology, therapy and prophylaxis pave aroused great interest. The object of the present work has been to investigate the risk of hemorrhage in newborn infants and the possible need for vitamin K prophylaxis. In the newborn period, numerous investigators were able to demonstrate a temporary...
Case Report
A Case of Letterer-Siwe Disease.
Kir Young Kim, Ki Young Lee, Kook Hoon Ko, Geukdong KO
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1965;8(2):51-56.   Published online May 31, 1965
This is a report of a 10 months-old male with Letterer-Siwe disease. The patient illustrated the classical clinical features of the disease, including maculopapular rash, hemorrhagic manifestations, anemia,diarrhea, marked enlargement of the spleen & liver, and susceptibility to secondary infection. Most of these signs developed soon after birth. (Fig. 1,2, & 3) Diagnosis was confirmed by microscopic examination, of skin...
A Case of child Hodgkin’s disease in 4years and 8 months old boy
Kir Young Kim, Kook Hoon KO
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1964;7(1):18-24.   Published online June 30, 1964
This is a report of child Hodgkin’s disease which may be the first case in Korean literature as a you ngest patient. The patient is 4 years and 8 months old boy who was first seen with symptoms and signs of anorexia, loss of weight* relatively period of high fever (pelEbstein type), anemia, painless swelling on inguinal and cervical region and palpable...
THE CASES OF ADRENOGENITAL SYNDROME DUE TO CONGENITAL VIRILIZING ADRENAL HYPERPLASIA
Yong Eun Moon, Kook Hoon Ko, Eui Sun Lim
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1960;3(1):45-51.   Published online June 30, 1960
Adrenogenital syndrome of the congenital type is a familial condition in which excessive androgen secretion occurs in homozygous offspring as a result of an inborn error in metabolism. The excessive secretion of androgen originates during the gestational period and continues throughout life if not treated. Accurate clinical and anatomical descriptions of the disease have been available since the early years...
Original Article
THE EFFECT OF TOXIC DOSES OF FAT SOLUBLE VITAMINS ON THE CHANGES OF ENDOCRINE GLANDS
KOOK HOON KO
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1959;2(3):189-226.   Published online December 31, 1959
THE EFFECTS OF VITAMIN C ON THE CHANGES OF THE ENDOCRINE GLANDS IN ALBINO RATS PRODUCED BY ORAL ADMINISTRATION OF TOXIC DOSES OF VITAMIN A. In Rodahrs investigation, the toxic effect of polar bear liver was found to be due to its very high content of vitamin A, causing hypervitaminosis A in experimental animals which ingested it in large quantities....
STATISTICAL STUDIES OF MALNUTRITION IN KOREAN CHILDREN
Eu Sau Lim, Kook Hoon Ko
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1959;2(1):36-44.   Published online January 31, 1959
Two hundred forty five malnutrition cases in Severance Hospital, Seoul, Korea, during the past four years and nine months(April 1952 —December 1956) have been reviewed. 1.Classification of cases 2.Female children were predominant in sex incidence at the rate of 1.64 : 1. Most of the abandoned children were female and also there were more females in orphans 3.In age incidence,...
Case Report
A case of congenital splenic agenesls assoclated with congenital anomaly of heart
Kook Hoon Ko, Bok Soo Kim
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1959;2(1):67-71.   Published online January 31, 1959
The post mortem findings in a 4 days old Korean male of splenic agenesis associated with congenital heart disease and situs inversus of the abdominal viscera have been presented. The post mortem findings in a 4 days old Korean male of splenic agenesis associated with congenital heart disease and situs inversus of the abdominal viscera have been presented. 1.Congenital anomalies....
Original Article
Studies on growth and development of korea children
Jai Mo Yang, Kook Hoon Ko, Eui Sun Lim
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1958;1(3):45-50.   Published online March 31, 1958
Adequate and practical knowledge of the growth and development of the human organism from conception to maturity is of basic importance to the physician. Studies on growth and development were done extensively on korean children by many workers. A voluminous literature has accumulated on growth and develop ment, and evaluations of physical status and the progress of growth and develop...
SPONTANEOUS FRACTURE IN TUBERCULOUS MENINGITIS
Suk Jong Lee, Kook Hoon Ko
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1958;1(3):61-63.   Published online March 31, 1958
Choremis and his co-worker reported four cases, all of them infants, who during their treatment for tuberculous meningitis developed spontaneous fractures of the lower extremities without any evidence of localized tuberculous on the area of the fractures. Spontaneous fractures of the sternum also have been described in adult patients with tuberculosis. Report of Case: A 4 years and one...
Case Report
TWO CASES OF GUILLAIN BARRE SYNDROM & WITH NORMAL PROTEIN CONTENT OF THE CEREBROSPINAL FLUID
Ock Ja Whang, Kook Hoon Ko
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1958;1(3):64-67.   Published online March 31, 1958
Since Guillain, Barre and Str、hl in 1916, described a peculiar form of polyneuritis coexisting with normal cell count and increased protein of the cerebrospinal fluid there is a problem of differentiation between this type of polyneuritis and acute anterior poliomyelitis. Recently we have seen several cases whose clinical manifestions were considered those of Guillain-Barre syndrome, th ugh the content of...
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