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Transplantation of neural stem cells: cellular & gene therapy for hypoxic-ischemic brain injury

Park KI

We have tracked the response of host and transplanted neural progenitors or stem cells to hypoxic-ischemic (HI) brain injury, and explored the therapeutic potential of neural stem cells (NSCs) injected...
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Diagnostic potential of laser-induced autofluorescence emission in brain tissue

Chung YG, Schwartz J, Gardner CM, Sawaya RE, Jacques SL

Laser-induced autofluorescence measurement of the brain was performed to assess its spectroscopic properties and to distinguish brain tumors from the normal tissues. The excitation-induced emission spectra were plotted on...
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Leigh's disease involving multiple organs

Jung KC, Myong NH, Chi JG, Choi HR, Lee HS, Ahn YM

Leigh's disease is a rare progressive neurological disorder that is characterized light microscopically by focal spongy necrosis in the brain and electron microscopically by mitochondriopathy. We report an autopsy case...
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Language-specific Dysgraphia in Korean Patients with Right Brain Stroke: Influence of Unilateral Spatial Neglect

Jang DH, Kim MW, Park KH, Lee JW

The purpose of the present study was to investigate the relationship between Korean language-specific dysgraphia and unilateral spatial neglect in 31 right brain stroke patients. All patients were tested for...
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Intracranial metastasis from clear cell sarcoma of the kidney--a case report

Park DY, Kim YM, Chi JG

Childhood kidney tumors seldom metastasize into the cranial cavity unless it is a special histological variant. We report a 4-year-old boy with multiple intracranial metastases in the left parietotemporal...
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A case of central pontine and extrapontine myelinolysis with early hypermetabolism on 18FDG-PET scan

Roh JK, Nam H, Lee MC

We report a 63 year-old woman who developed central pontine and extrapontine myelinolysis after rapid correction of hyponatremia. Lesions on brain MRI showed hypermetabolism on 18FDG-PET scan in the early...
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Incontinentia Pigmenti in a Newborn with NEMO Mutation

Lee Y, Kim S, Kim K, Chang M

Incontinentia pigmenti (IP) (OMIM #308300) is a rare X-linked dominant neuroectodermal multisystemic syndrome due to mutations in the gene for NF-kappaB essential modulator (NEMO). A term newborn girl who was...
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Disseminated neonatal herpes simplex virus infection with necrotizing encephalitis: an autopsy case

Suh YL, Kim H, Chi JG, Byun HR, Lee K

An autopsy case of disseminated HSV type 2 infection occurring in a neonate at 32 weeks' gestation, delivered by cesarean section after premature rupture of membrane of 7 days duration,...
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Longevity of Toxocara cati Larvae and Pathology in Tissues of Experimentally Infected Chickens

Oryan A, Sadjjadi S, Azizi S

This study was conducted to determine the distribution patterns and duration of stay of Toxocara cati larvae in organs of chickens and to investigate chronic phase and potential zoonotic risk...
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Reye Syndrome: Light and Electron Microscopic Studies of 7 Cases

Choi JK, Kim CS, Choi IJ, Lee YB

Histopathological and electron microscopical studies were made on 7 cases of Reye syndrome. Histologically brain edema with neuronal degeneration and fatty change in the liver were constant findings, and fatty...
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In-vivo study on the harmful effect of the extremely low frequency unipolar pulsating magnetic field in mice

Kang GH, Lee CH, Seo JW, Sung RH, Chung YH, Lee SK, Suh YH, Chi JG

We studied the biological effect of a magnetic field on murine brain and kidney. Magnetic field we used was generated by Magno-DR apparatus (Hanil Co., Korea) which produced a...
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Glial Choristoma in the Middle Ear and Mastoid Bone: A Case Report

Lee JI, Kim KK, Park YK, Eah KY, Kim JR

Heterotopic brain tissue usually involves extracranial midline structures of the head and neck such as nose, nasopharynx, and oral cavity. Its occurrence in the non-midline structures, including middle ear, is...
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Chordoid Meningioma: A Case Report

Yeon JY, Lee JI, Kim JH, Suh YL

The term "chordoid meningioma" means meningioma, which is pathologically similar to chordoma, and previously reported that rarely associated with microcytic anemia and/or dysgammaglobulinemia especially in pediatric population. We present a...
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Neural toxicity induced by accidental intrathecal vincristine administration

Kwack EK, Kim DJ, Park TI, Cho KR, Kwon IH, Sohn YK

Described here is a case of accidental intrathecal administration of vincristine with pathologic findings in the central nervous system. A 3-year-old boy with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, was given his ninth...
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Claude's Syndrome Associated with Neurocysticercosis

Song TJ, Suh SH, Cho H, Lee KY

Claude's syndrome is a distinctive brainstem syndrome characterized by ipsilateral third cranial nerve palsy with contralateral hemiataxia and is due to an intrinsic or extrinsic lesion in the midbrain. We...
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Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 7 without Retinal Degeneration: A Case Rreport

Kim BC, Kim MK, Cho KH, Jeon BS

A 60-yr-old man developed progressive gait disturbance and limb ataxia at the age of 52. Family history was absent for neurological disorders. Examinations showed pure cerebellar syndrome. There was no...
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Non-typhoid Salmonella meningitis complicated by a infarction of basal ganglia

Kim H, Jeoung JY, Ham SY, Kim SR

A previously healthy 16-month-old Korean girl with symptoms of fever, vomiting, and generalized tonic seizure was diagnosed to have Group D non-typhoid Salmonella meningitis. The patient was treated with ceftriaxone (100 mg/kg/day) and...
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Globus Pallidus Lesions Associated with High Mountain Climbing

Jeong JH, Kwon JC, Chin JH, Yoon SJ, Na DL

Acute mountain sickness (AMS) occurs commonly in hikers who are rapidly exposed to high altitude environments. Despite the numerous reports of AMS, few studies have reported pallidal lesions associated...
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Spontaneous Rapid Reduction of a Large Acute Subdural Hematoma

Lee CH, Kang DH, Hwang SH, Park IS, Jung JM, Han JW

The majority of acute post-traumatic subdural hematomas (ASDH) require urgent surgical evacuation. Spontaneous resolution of ASDH has been reported in some cases. We report here on a case of a...
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Perfusion MR Imaging in Gliomas: Comparison with Histologic Tumor Grade

Lee SJ, Kim JH, Kim YM, Lee GK, Lee EJ, Park IS, Jung JM, Kang KH, Shin T

OBJECTIVE: To determine the usefulness of perfusion MR imaging in assessing the histologic grade of cerebral gliomas. MATERIALS AND METHODS: In order to determine relative cerebral blood volume (rCBV), 22...
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