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Implications for selecting persistent hot spots of schistosomiasis from community- and school-based surveys in Blue Nile, North Kordofan, and Sennar States, Sudan

Ismail HAHA, Cha S, Jin Y, Hong ST

In several schistosomiasis-endemic countries, the prevalence has remained high in some areas owing to reinfection despite repeated mass drug administration (MDA) interventions; these areas are referred to as persistent hot...
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What was the main factor in successful control of ascariasis in Korea?

Cho SY, Hong ST

In the l950s, under the legacy of traditional agriculture, Ascaris lumbricoides, spread epidemically in the war-bitten society of Korea. Consensus on the parasite control was drafted in the Parasite Disease...
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Appreciation of Invisible Intellectual Contributions

Hong ST

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Citation Activity of Journal of Korean Medical Science in 2011–2020: Reflection on the Most and Least Cited Items

Cho HK, Lee MS, Hong ST

Background: The Journal of Korean Medical Science (JKMS) is a weekly periodical published by the Korean Academy of Medical Sciences. JKMS invites global researchers to submit articles covering various areas...
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Launching of Case Conference for CME in Journal of Korean Medical Science

Hong ST

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Association Between the Prevalence of Schistosomiasis in Elementary School Students and Their Parental Occupation in Sudan

Jin Y, Cha S, Kim Y, Hamdan HM, Elhag MS, Ismail HAHA, Lee KH, Hong ST

Global efforts to identify groups at high risk for schistosomiasis have mainly concentrated on identifying their geographical distribution. Investigations on the socioeconomic characteristics of high-risk groups are relatively scarce. This...
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Appreciation to Reviewers for the Journal of Korean Medical Science in 2021

Hong ST

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Analysis of PubMed and KoreaMed Indexed Korean Publications on COVID-19

Kim JM, Yoo JH, Cho HK, Hong ST

During the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, publications on the disease have exploded globally. The present study analyzed PubMed and KoreaMed indexed COVID-19 publications by Korean researchers from January 1,...
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Audiovisual Files for Expanding the Journal of Korean Medical Science Content Outreach

Hong ST

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Prevalence and Risk Factors of Intestinal Helminthiasis in Remote Mountainous Villages of Northern Lao PDR: A Cross-Sectional Study

Jin H, Ryu K, Lee D, Vonghachack Y, Choi MH, Hong ST, Song HB

Helminth infections are prevalent in Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR). This study aimed at determining the prevalence and risk factors of intestinal helminthiasis in remote mountainous villages of northern...
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Erratum: Correction of Reviewer's List in the Article “Appreciation to Reviewers for the Journal of Korean Medical Science in 2020”

Hong ST

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Appreciation to Reviewers for the Journal of Korean Medical Science in 2020

Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Korean Medical Science

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Parasitological Observation in Schoolchildren with Urogenital Schistosomiasis Following Treatment with Three Different Brands of Praziquantel

Jin Y, Cha S, Lee J, Elhag MS, Hong ST, Lee YH

This study compared the anthelminthic effects of three different brands of praziquantel being used in Sudan against Schistosoma haematobium (S. haematobium) infection. We enrolled 1,286 schoolchildren from six primary schools...
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Review of Successful Control of Parasitic Infections in Korea

Hong ST, Yong TS

Korea had been one of hyperendemic countries of human parasitic infections until 1970s. In 1966, the Law for the Prevention of Parasitic Diseases was enacted, and the nationwide anti-parasitic control program...
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Prevalence of Toxocariasis and Its Risk Factors in Patients with Eosinophilia in Korea

Song HB, Lee D, Jin Y, Kang J, Cho SH, Park MS, Park JH, Song WJ, Kang HR, Lee SH, Hong ST, Choi MH

Eosinophilia occurs commonly in many diseases including allergic diseases and helminthic infections. Toxocariasis has been suggested as one cause of eosinophilia. The present study was undertaken to examine the prevalence...
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Comparison of the Change in the Prevalence and Intensity of Schistosoma haematobium Infection Between High and Low Prevalence Areas of White Nile State, Sudan

Cha S, Hong ST, Lee JS, Jeong HG, Kwon IS, Saed AAW, Elhag MS, Ismail HAHA, Amin M, Lee YH

This study aimed to investigate whether mass drug administration (MDA) intervention has an equivalent effect on reducing the prevalence and intensity of Schistosoma haematobium infection regardless of the baseline values....
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Status of Editing and Publishing of Scholarly Journals by Academic Societies of Science and Technology in Korea

Hong ST, Youn HS

Background: The present study analyzed publishing data of scholarly journals which were published in 2018 by academic societies of science and technology in Korea to observe journal editing and publishing...
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Appreciation to Reviewers for the Journal of Korean Medical Science in 2019

Hong ST

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The Outbreak Cases with the Novel Coronavirus Suggest Upgraded Quarantine and Isolation in Korea

Yoo JH, Hong ST

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A Disclosure Form for Work Submitted to Medical Journals: a Proposal from the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors

Taichman D, Backus J, Baethge C, Bauchner H, Flanagin A, Florenzano F, Frizelle F, Godlee F, Gollogly L, Haileamlak A, Hong ST, Horton R, James A, Laine C, Miller PW, Pinborg A, Rubin EJ, Sahni P

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