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The Desire for Advanced Technology and the Reversal of Appropriateness: the Technological Competition between Laparoscopic Sterilization and Mini-laparotomy in 1960-80s South Korea

PARK S

This article examines the technological competition between laparoscopic sterilization and mini-laparotomy from the 1960s to the 1980s in South Korea and analyzes the motives of obstetricians and gynecologists for participating...
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Application of Computed Tomography in the Identification of Hollow Viscus Injuries in Blunt Trauma Patients

Kim HW, Park BR, Hong TH

Purpose: Despite advances in diagnostic and imaging technologies, the diagnosis of traumatic hollow viscus injury (HVI) remains a great challenge in clinical practice. This study aimed to determine the accuracy...
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Hazard of Orbeez water-absorbent beads causing infantile small bowel obstruction: a report of two Korean cases

Jung E, Lee SH

  • KMID: 2527389
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2022 Feb;33(1):134-138.
Orbeez is a small toy made of a highly expandable, which has recently become popular in Korea. These beads can expand to 100 times or more its volume when in...
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Intestinal Perforation Caused by Lumboperitoneal Shunt Insertion Repaired with an Over-the-Scope Clip

Ishizuka N, Komatsu E

Lumboperitoneal or ventriculoperitoneal shunt insertion is a standard therapy for hydrocephalus that diverts cerebrospinal fluid from the subarachnoid space into the peritoneal cavity. Gastrointestinal perforations due to this procedure occur...
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Pre-Hospital and In-Hospital Management of an Abdominal Impalement Injury Caused by a Tree Branch

Ahn SR, Lee JH, Kim KY, Park CY

In South Korea, most patients who visit trauma centers with abdominal injuries have blunt trauma, and penetrating injuries are relatively rare. In extremely rare cases, some patients are admitted with...
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Acute primary gastric volvulus occurring after overeating in a 12-year-old girl

Chung YS

Gastric volvulus is a rare cause of recurrent abdominal pain or vomiting. This report presents a case of a 12-year-old girl with acute gastric volvulus and 2-hour history of epigastric...
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Diagnostic and Therapeutic Laparoscopy for Abdominal Trauma: A Single Surgeon’s Experience at a Level I Trauma Center

Jo H, Kim DH

Purpose Laparoscopy has various advantages over laparotomy in terms of postoperative recovery. The number of surgeons using laparoscopy as a diagnostic and therapeutic tool in abdominal trauma patients is increasing, whereas...
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An Unusual Recurrent Bile Leak Following High Grade Liver Trauma

Jones ME, Ban EJ, Pilgrim CHC

Non-operative management of blunt liver injury has been demonstrated as a safe and effective treatment for most grades of injury. As the severity of liver injury increases, so does the...
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Clinical Outcomes of Emergent Laparotomies in Hypotensive Patients: 9-years Experience at a Single Level 1 Trauma Center

Yoo J, Kang BH

Purpose: The prognosis of an emergent laparotomy in hypotensive patients is poor. This study aimed to review the outcomes of hypotensive patients who had emergent laparotomies and elucidate the risk...
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Continuous peripheral nerve blocks compared to thoracic epidurals or multimodal analgesia for midline laparotomy: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Bailey JG, Morgan CW, Christie R, Ke JXC, Kwofie MK, Uppal V

Background: Continuous peripheral nerve blocks (CPNBs) have been investigated to control pain for abdominal surgery via midline laparotomy while avoiding the adverse events of opioid or epidural analgesia. The review...
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Finding new indicators for operation and angiographic embolization in blunt renal injury patients: a single-center experience over 13 years

Ha G, Jang SW, Shin IS, Bang HJ, An S, Bae KS, Jang JY, Kim YW, Kim K

Purpose: Traumatic kidney injury can be treated surgically or nonsurgically. Nonsurgical treatment options include angiography, embolization, and conservative treatment. We aimed to identify factors that help in making clinical decisions...
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Pregnancy Outcomes Following Laparoscopic and Open Surgery in Pelvis during Pregnancy: a Nationwide Population-based Study in Korea

Cho HW, Cho GJ, Noh E, Hong JH, Kim M, Lee JK

Background: Non-obstetric surgery during pregnancy is associated with adverse obstetric and fetal outcomes. The aim of this study was to investigate the risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes for women who...
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Indications for Laparotomy in Patients with Abdominal Penetrating Injuries Presenting with Ambiguous Computed Tomography Findings

Choi EJ, Choi S, Kang BH

Purpose Negative laparotomy in patients with abdominal penetrating injuries (APIs) is associated with deleterious outcomes and unnecessary expense; however, the indications for laparotomy in hemodynamically stable patients with ambiguous computed...
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Management of interstitial pregnancy in the era of laparoscopy: a meta-analysis of 855 case studies compared with traditional techniques

Marchand G, Masoud AT, Galitsky A, Azadi A, Ware K, Vallejo J, Anderson S, King A, Ruther S, Brazil G, Cieminski K, Hopewell S, Eberhardt K, Sainz K

Interstitial pregnancy is a rare, life-threatening condition that requires high clinical suspicion for diagnosis. Most cases are discovered after complications have occurred. Many authors have described laparoscopic management. Although previous...
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Comparison between laparoscopic and abdominal radical hysterectomy for stage IB1 and tumor size <2 cm cervical cancer with visible or invisible tumors: a multicentre retrospective study

Li P, Chen L, Ni Y, Liu J, Li D, Guo J, Liu Z, Jin S, Xu Y, Li Z, Wang L, Bin X, Lang J, Liu P, Chen C

Objective: To compare 5-year disease-free survival (DFS) and overall survival (OS) rates of laparoscopic radical hysterectomy (LRH) and abdominal radical hysterectomy (ARH) for stage IB1 and tumor size
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Comparison of single-port laparoscopy and laparotomy in early ovarian cancer surgical staging

Cho KH, Lee YJ, Eoh KJ, Lee YJ, Lee JY, Nam EJ, Kim S, Kim YT, Kim SW

Objectives The aims of this study were to assess the feasibility of single-port laparoscopic surgical staging (SPLS) in early ovarian cancer and to compare the surgical outcomes of SPLS with...
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Total laparoscopic vs. conventional open abdominal nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy: clinical, surgical, oncological and functional outcomes in 301 patients with cervical cancer

Ceccaroni M, Roviglione G, Malzoni M, Cosentino F, Spagnolo E, Clarizia R, Casadio P, Seracchioli R, Ghezzi F, Mautone D, Bruni F, Uccella S

Objective: Total laparoscopic nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy (TL-NSRH) has been considered a promising approach, however, surgical, clinical, oncological and functional outcomes have not been systematically addressed. We present a large retrospective...
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A Comparison of Short-Term Outcomes between Laparoscopic and Open Liver Resection in Elderly Patients

Lee SY, Lee DS, Yun SS, Cho CW

Purpose: The aim of this study was to compare the short-term outcomes between laparoscopic liver resection (LLR) and open liver resection (OLR) in elderly patients with hepatic tumors. Methods: From January...
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Emergency Department Laparotomy Can Be a Resuscitative Option for Patient with Cardiac Arrest and Impending Arrest due to Intra-Abdominal Hemorrhage

Park CI, Kim JH, Lee KH, Ryu DY, Sun HW, Kim GH, Lee SB, Park SJ, Kim H, Yeom SR

Purpose: Managing patients with hemorrhagic shock is mainly dependent on stopping the bleeding as fast as possible. Emergency Department laparotomy (EDL) is considered one of the approaches to control intra-abdominal...
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Pneumoperitoneum Caused by the Spontaneous Perforation of a Pyometra in an 80-Year-Old Woman: A Case Report

Kim KH

Pyometra is a rare condition that is defined as the accumulation of purulent material in the uterine cavity caused by an occlusion to the natural drainage of the uterus. Pyometra...
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