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Preclinical Experience in Stem Cell Therapy for Digestive Tract Diseases

Autor(es): Jeon, Myung Shin; Hong, Soon Sun
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(3): 133-138, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697785
Resumo: Adult stem cells are multipotent and self-renewing cells that contain several functions; i) migration and homing potential: stem cells can migrate to injured and inflamed tissues. ii) differentiation potential: stem cells which migrated to injured tissues can be differentiated into multiple cell types for repairing and regenerating the tissues. iii) immunomodulatory properties: stem cells, especially mesenchymal stem cells can suppress immune system such as inflammation. All (mais)
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Clinical Trials with Stem Cells in Digestive Diseases and Future Perspectives

Autor(es): Kim, Tae Il
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(3): 139-143, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697784
Resumo: Many techniques for isolation, expansion and handling of stem cells are being developed rapidly, and preclinical evidence has shown the possibility to use this technology for refractory diseases in the near future. Among refractory digestive diseases, Crohn's disease and liver cirrhosis may be two main diseases where stem cell therapy can be applied for anti-inflammation and regeneration of tissue. Currently, with respect to these two diseases, clinical trials using hematopoi (mais)
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Involvement of Splenic Hemangioma and Rectal Varices in a Patient with Klippel - Trenaunay Syndrome

Autor(es): Choi, Youn Jung; Jee, Sam Ryong; Park, Kwan Sik; Ryu, Choong Heon; Seo, Hyo Rim; Ha, Seoung In; Lee, Sang Heon; Ok, Kyung Sun
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(3): 157-161, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697780
Resumo: Klippel - Trenaunay syndrome (KTS) is characterized by a cutaneous vascular nevus of the involved extremity, bone and soft tissue hypertrophy of the extremity and venous malformations. We present a case of KTS with splenic hemangiomas and rectal varices. A 29-year-old woman was referred for intermittent hematochezia for several years. She had history with a number of operations for cutaneous and soft tissue hamangiomas since the age of one year old and for increased circumfer (mais)
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Do Morphological Types of Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasms of the Pancreas Have a Relationship with Prognosis?

Autor(es): Bae, Sun Youn; Lee, Kyu Taek
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(3): 166-167, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697778
Resumo: No abstract available. No abstract available.
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Are Proton Pump Inhibitors Effective in Asthmatics with Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease?

Autor(es): Kim, Jeong Hwan
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(4): 169-170, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697777
Resumo: No abstract available. No abstract available.
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The Effect of Periampullary Diverticulum on the Outcome of Bile Duct Stone Treatment with Endoscopic Papillary Large Balloon Dilation

Autor(es): Lee, Ji Won; Kim, Jung Ho; Kim, Yeon Suk; Choi, Hyun Seok; Kim, Ju Seung; Jeong, Seok Hoo; Ha, Min Su; Ku, Yang Suh; Kim, Yun Soo; Kim, Ju Hyun
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(4): 201-207, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697772
Resumo: BACKGROUND/AIMS: Periampullary diverticulum (PAD) causes difficulty in the extraction of common bile duct (CBD) stones with conventional endoscopic therapy. Our study was designed to evaluate the effect of PAD on endoscopic large balloon dilation (EPLBD) with/without limited endoscopic sphincterotomy (EST) for CBD stone treatment. METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed cases of 141 patients treated CBD stones by EPLBD with/without limited EST at Gachon Gil Medical Center from S (mais)
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Retroperitoneal Hemorrhage after Endoscopic Removal of a Fish Bone Stuck in the Duodenum of a Patient Receiving Hemodialysis

Autor(es): Lee, Min Kyung; Hyun, Yu Kyung; Kim, Yoon Ji; Yoon, Soo Young; Joh, Joon Hee; Lee, Jong In; Cho, Jae Hee; Kim, Hee Man
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(4): 212-216, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697770
Resumo: Fish bones are often ingested accidently. Most of them passes out through the gastrointestinal tract safely, but serious complications, such as perforation, abscess, obstruction, and bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract, can occur. An ingested fish bone can be easily removed by endoscopy, and surgery is rarely required. However, there may be complications related to the endoscopic procedure including mucosal laceration, bleeding, fever, and perforation. Here, we report a ca (mais)
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A Case of Idiopathic Sclerosing Mesenteritis with Retroperitoneal Fibrosis

Autor(es): Bae, June Ho; Kim, Seong Hwan; Ahn, Sang Bong; Son, Byoung Kwan; Jo, Yun Ju; Park, Young Sook; Jung, Yu Min; Chang, Yeon Soo
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(4): 221-225, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697768
Resumo: Sclerosing mesenteritis is a rare inflammatory disease of the bowel mesentery. It produces tumor-like masses of the mesentery composed of varying degrees of fibrosis, chronic inflammation, and fat necrosis. It has been described variously as fibrosing mesenteritis, retractile mesenteritis, mesenteric Weber Christian disease, and systemic nodular panniculitis. The etiology and pathogenesis of the disease are as yet unknown, but autoimmune disorder, previous abdominal surgery, (mais)
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Can Enteric Neural Crest Stem Cells Be a Useful Option as an Alternative Therapy in Hirschsprung Disease?

Autor(es): Oh, Jung Hwan
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(4): 229-231, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697766
Resumo: No abstract available. No abstract available.
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Usefulness of 7th UICC/AJCC Classification for Stomach Cancer in Korean Patients

Autor(es): Lee, Hang Lak
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(5): 233-234, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697765
Resumo: No abstract available. No abstract available.
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A Case of Cap Polyposis Complicated with Idiopathic Retroperitoneal Fibrosis

Autor(es): Song, Limhwa; Jhun, Byung Woo; Park, Jihyeon; Kim, Damin; Chang, Dong Kyung; Kim, Young Ho; Kim, Jae Jun; Kim, Jin Yong
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(5): 275-279, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697758
Resumo: An optimal treatment for cap polyposis has not been established. Several treatment approaches, including anti-inflammatory agents, antibiotics, immunomodulators, and endoscopic therapy have been described. Surgical resection of the affected colon and rectum may be indicated for patients with persistent disease. Repeat surgery is indicated in cases of recurrence after surgery. However, symptomatic polyposis may still recur, and spontaneous resolution of cap polyposis is possib (mais)
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A Case of Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome Caused by Anorexia Nervosa

Autor(es): Lee, Cheon Woo; Park, Moo In; Park, Seun Ja; Moon, Won; Kim, Hyung Hun; Kim, Bong Joon; Shim, In Kyoung; Park, Si Sung
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(5): 280-283, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697757
Resumo: Superior mesenteric artery (SMA) syndrome is a rare disorder, characterized by compression of the third segment of the duodenum by the mesenteric artery at the level of the SMA, resulting in duodenal dilatation. Precipitating factors of the SMA syndrome include prolonged bed rest, weight loss, abdominal surgery, and increased lordosis of the spine. We report a case of SMA syndrome caused by anorexia nervosa in a 15-year-old adolescent girl. CT and an upper gastrointestinal co (mais)
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Sigmoidovesical Fistula Caused by Diverticulitis Detected with Sigmoidoscopy

Autor(es): Jung, Yong Wook; Yoo, Jung Hyun; Lee, Jung Soo; Jang, Byung Ik; Kim, Kyeong Ok; Jung, Sang Hun
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(5): 284-287, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697756
Resumo: Enterovesical fistular is an abnormal communication between the intestine and the bladder. It represents a rare complication of intestinal diverticulitis, colorectal malignancy, bladder cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, radiotherapy, and trauma. The most common etiology is diverticular disease. A 70-year-old man came to our hospital due to frequent urinary tract infection, dysuria, pneumaturia and fecaluria. Sigmoidoscopy revealed a large diverticulum with impacted stool at (mais)
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Is the Screening Score Based on Age, Gender, Family History and Smoking Useful in Selecting Asymptomatic Asian Subjects for Colorectal Cancer Screening?

Autor(es): Lee, Gi Hoon; Joo, Young Eun
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(5): 293-295, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697754
Resumo: No abstract available. No abstract available.
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How Much Amount of Socioeconomic Loss Is Caused by Digestive Diseases?

Autor(es): Park, Kyung Sik
Fonte: Korean Journal of Gastroenterology;58(6): 297-299, 2011.
WPRO - Índice Regional ID: 697753
Resumo: No abstract available. No abstract available.
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