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Diagnostic limitation and usefulness of 99mTc-DISIDA hepatobiliary scanning on neonatal cholestasis
Jung Mi Kim, Byung-Ho Choi, You Cheol Jang, Ki Won Oh, Min Hyun Cho, Kyung Hee Lee, Jin-Young Park, Heng Mi Kim
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2006;49(7):737-744.   Published online July 15, 2006
Purpose : To assess the usefulness of 99mTc-DISIDA scanning in the early evaluation of neonatal cholestasis and to verify the diagnostic value of this test in the differential diagnosis of biliary atresia. Methods : DISIDA scannings were performed and analyzed in 87 children(58 males and 29 females; age, 18-139 days, mean, 59.1 days) with neonatal cholestasis. Five groups according to the...
Comparison of Therapeutic Efficacy between Lamivudine and Alpha-Interferon in Korean Children with Chronic Hepatitis B at Two Years after the Initiation of Treatment
Byung-Ho Choe, You Cheol Jang, Chang Hwan Jang, Ki Won Oh, Jun Hwa Lee, Cheol Woo Ko
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2005;48(1):55-62.   Published online January 15, 2005
Purpose : We compared the therapeutic efficacy of lamivudine and alpha-interferon in children with chronic hepatitis B two years after the initiation of treatment, so that we could verify the safety and long term efficacy of lamivudine in children. Methods : We prospectively studied 44 children(32 male and 12 female; age, 1-18 years, mean, 9 years) treated for chronic hepatitis B...
Effects of the Chronic Use of Anticonvulsants on Bone Mineral Density in Children with Epilepsy
Hyun Hee Oh, You Cheol Jang, Byung Ho Choe, Il Hyung Park, Soon Hak Kwon
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2004;47(9):965-969.   Published online September 15, 2004
Purpose : Chronic administration of anticonvulsants for children with epilepsy may cause multiple abnormalities in bone metabolism. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of anticonvulsants on bone mineral density(BMD) in children with epilepsy. Methods : Seventy patients with epilepsy were enrolled in this study. All subjects had taken anticonvulsants for at least 1 year or more....
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