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Sun Woo Koo 4 Articles
Original Article
Clinical Review of 57 Dead Cases of Tuberculous Meningitis in Children.
Sun Woo Koo
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1977;20(8):627-632.   Published online August 31, 1977
The following results were obtained through the clinical review of 57 dead cases of tuberculous meningitis which were treated at Mokpo Children's T.B. Hospital during the period of 7 years from January 1970 till December 1976. 1) Mortality rate was higher in the younger age group. 2) Seasonal incidence was highes in summer, and next in autumn. 3) Tuberculin test...
Clinical Review of Miliary Tuberculosis in Children.
Sun Woo Koo
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1977;20(8):621-626.   Published online August 31, 1977
Clinical studies were made on 83 miliary tuberculosis at Mokpo Children's T.B. Hospital during the period of January, 1971 through December, 1976. The results were as follows. 1. The highest incidence was noted in the group aged 1 to 3 years of age and 78.3% of all cases was under 6 years. 2. The incidence in summer was noted to...
A Clinical Study of the Bone and Joint Tuberculosis in Children
Sun Woo Koo
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1974;17(10):672-682.   Published online October 31, 1974
I have summerized the 303 children with the bone and joint tuberculosis who were hospitalized and controlled at Mokpo Children’s Tuberculosis Hospital during the period of 10 years and 6months from Jan. 1962 to June 1972. The result were obtained as follows; 1) The bone and joint tuberculosis was 14.1% out of total tuberculous children during the above period. 2) The high incidence of age was...
Case Report
An Autopsy Report of a Hydranencephaly
Kyun Choi, Sun Woo Koo
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1973;16(11):862-865.   Published online November 30, 1973
A case of hydranencephalic male, who was delivered by Cesarean Section at Chonnam Universitjr Hospital and had lived for 23 days after birth, was presented. The pathologic and anatomical findings were as follows; 1)Hypoplasia of the brain cortex, 3rd and lateral ventricles. 2)Aplasia of the aqueduct of Sylvius. 3)Accumulation of 300 ml of yellowish fluid in cranial cavity. 4)Hypoplasia of...
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