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A Case of Gastric Perforation Presenting with Secondary Localized Peritonitis Due to Bamboo in Stomach
Ji Hyoun Seo, Ji Young Hwang, Ki Su Kang, Chan-Hoo Park, Hyang-Ok Woo, Myoung Bum Choi, Hee-Shang Youn
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2001;44(7):837-840.   Published online July 15, 2001
Perforation after foreign body ingestion is rare. We report a 25-month-old girl who was diagnosed with a stomach perforation with secondary localized peritonitis caused by long, sharp bamboo. On admission, she had abdominal pain and fever. Simple abdominal erect & supine X-ray, abdominal ultrasonogram and computed tomography scan were normal. On the 6 th hospital day, gastrofiberoscopy was performed because...
Original Article
Three Cases of Spontaneous Neonatal Gastric Perforation.
Wha Mo Lee, Hye Jin Lim, Son Sang Seo, Jung Woo Yang
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1987;30(4):450-455.   Published online April 30, 1987
Three cases of spontaneous neonatal gastric perforation seen at II Sin Christian Hosp, between 1981 and 1985 were seen in all reported with brief literature review. Of the three cases, two occurred in males and one in female. One case was prematurity and other two cases were small for gestational age. All perforations occurred within first five days. Respiratory difficulty and abdominal distension with radiographic...
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A Case of Spontaneous Gastric Perforation in the Newborn.
Ran Suh, Gui Sook Choi, Hye Lyung Baik, Hyo Jung Kim, Sung Woo Shin
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1985;28(6):587-592.   Published online June 30, 1985
A case of multiple spontaneous gastric perforations in the premature newborn was experienced at the Han II hospital. The diagnosis was suspected by sudden abdominal distension and was estabilished by demonstration of free air in the peritoneal cavity in the plain abdominal X-ray film. The patient expired after 2 hours of abdominal distension on the first day of life. The...
A Case of Spontaneous Gastric Perforation of the Newborn.
Sung Won Kim, Sang Wook Song, Kyung Tae Kim, Jung Hee Lee
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1985;28(1):68-72.   Published online January 31, 1985
This is acase report of the gastric perforation occured in a 4 days old full-term normal bady. She had been well until 4 days of age, when vomitting was noted, and cynosis, respiratory distress, progressive abdominal distension were developed, rapidly. X-ray finding of the abdomen revealed large amount of free air under the both diaphragm, strongly suggesting the perforation of GI...
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