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Fatal Delayed Hemothorax after Simple Rib Fracture

Lee M, Lim SB, Kim HJ, Park S, Ha H

We report the case of a 66-year-old man who died of fatal delayed hemothorax after blunt trauma to the chest. When the deceased was transferred to the hospital, his vital...
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Delayed Death Due to Aortic Laceration after Chest Blunt Trauma: An Autopsy Case

Na JY

A traumatic aortic injury due to blunt chest trauma is well recognized. However, a delayed death due to an aortic laceration after blunt chest trauma is very rare. A 49-year-old...
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Spontaneous Hepatic Rupture in a Pregnant Woman with Preeclampsia: An Autopsy Case

Park JH, Lee YS, Oh YH, Oh SM, Kim HG, Na JY

Spontaneous hepatic rupture, which is a complication of hypertension in pregnancy, is extremely rare. However, high maternal and perinatal mortality rates are observed. Several factors, namely, age over 30 years,...
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SNP-Based Fetal DNA Detection in Maternal Serum Using the HID-Ion AmpliSeqâ„¢ Identity Panel

Cho S, Lee JH, Kim CJ, Kim MY, Kim KW, Hwang D, Lee SD

Fetal DNA (fDNA) detection in maternal serum is a challenge due to low copy number and the smaller size of fDNA fragments compared to DNA fragments derived from the mother....
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Asian Ethnic Group Classification Model Using Data Mining

Kim YG, Lee JH, Cho S, Kim MY, Lee SD, Ha EH, Ahn JJ

In addition to identifying genetic differences between target populations, it is also important to determine the impact of genetic differences with regard to the respective target populations. In recent years,...
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Forensic DNA Phenotyping: A Review in Korean Perspective

Seo HJ, Cho S, Lee JH, Lyoo SH, Kim MY, Lee SD

Forensic DNA phenotyping (FDP) using human externally visible characteristics (EVCs) is an emerging new technique that allows for the prediction of phenotypic traits of a person of interest using relevant...
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