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Pappenheimer Bodies in a Splenectomized Patient with Alcohol Abuse

Byun JH, Koh EH

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Two Cases of Enterobacter hormaechei Infection Misidentified as Cedecea davisae Infection

Lim YK, Kweon OJ, Lee MK, Park KU

Enterobacteriaceae is a family of gram-negative, rod-shaped bacteria that consists of various species. Among these, members of the genus Cedecea has been reported as relatively rare causative pathogens of human...
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A Case of Ceftazidime-Nonsusceptible Burkholderia pseudomallei Infection

You E, Seo MJ, Kim YJ, Park MJ, Lee HJ

Melioidosis, which is an infectious disease caused by Burkholderia pseudomallei, is prevalent mostly in Southeast Asia and northern Australia; it can progress to abscess formation, pneumonia and sepsis, and ultimately...
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A Case of Smooth Muscle Autoantibody V Pattern in a Patient with Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma

Hahn SH, Kim TY

Smooth muscle antibodies (SMAs) are diagnostic markers for the serological diagnosis of type 1 autoimmune hepatitis. SMA that is restricted to staining of the stomach muscle and blood vessel walls...
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Evaluation of the Urinary Glucose Tetrasaccharide Assay Using Ultra-Performance Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry for Diagnosis of Pompe Disease

Nam Y, Lee K, Jun SH, Park KU, Song SH, Park HD, Song J

We evaluated the urinary glucose tetrasaccharide (Glc4) assay using ultra-performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (UPLC-MS/MS). The calibration curve was linear over a range of 5-500 micromol/L. Performance parameters such as...
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Evaluation of a Test Index Obtained by Coupling Protein with Specific Gravity of Screening Urine Test

Hahn SH, Park IK

BACKGROUND: The 24-hr urine protein excretion test is regarded as a standard for quantitative urinary protein analysis; however, collection of urine over 24 hr is troublesome and errors may occur...
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Neonatal Screening Tests for Inherited Metabolic Disorders using Tandem Mass Spectrometry: Experience of a Clinical Laboratory in Korea

Cho SE, Park EJ, Seo DH, Lee IB, Lee HJ, Cho DY, Oh JM

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study is to investigate the positive rates of screening tests for inherited metabolic disorders, set cutoff values, and report the actual status of internal quality...
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Evaluation of the Automated Hematology Analyzer Sysmex XN-2000 and the Accuracy of Differential Leukocyte Counts Using the Low WBC Mode

Lee JY, Song SA, Oh SH, Shin JH, Kim HR, Jun KR, Lee JN

BACKGROUND: The XN-series (Sysmex, Japan) is the new hematology analyzer from Sysmex, with new channels to improve the accuracy of differential leukocyte count and platelet count in the low cell...
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MALDI-TOF MS: Its Application in the Clinical Laboratory and a Paradigm Shift in Clinical Microbiology

Kim TS, Lee K, Hong YJ, Hwang SM, Park JS, Park KU, Song J, Kim EC

In the past decade, clinical microbiology underwent revolutionary changes in methods used to identify microorganisms, a transition from slow and traditional microbial identification algorithms to rapid molecular methods and mass...
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Perspectives on Next-Generation Newborn Screening

Park KJ, Kim JW

Newborn screening (NBS) has been effective for detecting asymptomatic newborns with inherited metabolic diseases and has facilitated early clinical intervention, which has resulted in significant decreases in the rates of...
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In Memoriam

Kim JH

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