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Unusual Suicide with Chainsaw: An Autopsy Case Report

Jung Y, Jang S, Park H, Lee S

In autopsy practice, we encounter case of suicide or murder using various methods or tools. Damage caused by tools such as a knife or hammer is commonly encountered, but a...
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Accidental Sharp Force Fatality Caused by a Broken Glass Cup

Choi E, Ha H

Most sharp force fatalities are attributed to homicide or suicide, with only a few accidental cases reported to date. Broken glass accounts for most of these accidental fatalities. We herein...
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Migratory fish bone: Mini-invasive Image guided treatment

Serra E, Almirón S, Árnica G, Harfuch J, Giménez M

Although the frequency of ingested foreign bodies is high, Penetration and migration is a rare and dangerous condition, with possible lethal complications. We report an infrequently case of migratory fish...
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Clinical Analysis of the Patients with Isolated Low-Velocity Penetrating Neck Injury

Seok J, Cho HM

PURPOSE: Although there has been substantial progress for the treatment of thoracic trauma, the mortality of the penetrating neck injury is still high, has been reported about 10–15%. However, there...
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Analysis of Neck Trauma Patients Using the Korean National Emergency Department Information System

Kim JH, Jung SW, Lee JS, Park JM, Yoon HD, Rhee JT, Kim SW, Lim B, Kim SR, Jung IY

PURPOSE: Trauma is a leading cause of death, even in previously healthy and disease-free individuals, and the mortality rate is very high in neck trauma patients. On the other hand,...
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Cervical collar makes difficult airway: a simulation study using the LEMON criteria

Yuk M, Yeo W, Lee K, Ko J, Park T

OBJECTIVE: Endotracheal intubation is extremely difficult to perform in patients wearing a cervical collar for a head and neck injury. Therefore, we analyzed actual measurements using the look externally, evaluate...
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Quadriplegia as a position-related complication after parotidectomy: the need for cooperation between anesthesiologists and surgeons when positioning patients: A case report

Shim SM, Park JH, Hyun DM, Cho SH, Lee HM

During surgery, the patient is positioned optimally according to the type of operation. Careful attention is required because damage associated with patient positioning may occur during the course of the...
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Analysis of Cisternal Puncture Results during a Postmortem Examination

Na JY, Park JH, Oh YH, Oh SM, Kim HS, Park JT

Examination of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) samples is important in postmortem examinations. CSF samples can be collected by performing lumbar or cisternal punctures. Additionally, if bloody fluid is aspirated during a...
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The Neck and Posterior Fossa Combined Penetrating Injury: A Case Report

Han HJ, Jung JH, Hong CK, Kim YB

Here we report a case of penetrating neck injury to the posterior fossa that was shown, using high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) and digital subtraction angiography (DSA), to involve no vascular...
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Injury Analysis of Child Passenger According to the Types of Safety Restraint Systems in Motor Vehicle Crashes

Sung KM, Kim SC, Jeon HJ, Kwak YS, Youn YH, Lee KH, Park JC, Choi JH

PURPOSE: To compare injury sustained and severity of child occupant according to the types of safety restraint systems in motor vehicle crashes. METHODS: This was a retrospective observational study. The study...
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Undetected Metallic Chopstick Stabbed on Neck Resulting Tinnitus and Foreign Body Sensation

Choi SA, Kim SB, Shin SY, Eun YG

Penetrating neck injuries constitute 5-10% of all trauma cases. These injuries may cause life-threatening suppurative or vascular complications, but the severity and extent of damage depends upon the inflicting object...
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A Case of Improved Idiopathic Isolated Hypoglossal Nerve Palsy without Use of Steroid

Kwon SK, Lee SL, Park JW, Choi JW, Kim JS, Park SW

The hypoglossal nerve palsy receives only brief mention in most textbooks and compared with other cranial nerve palsies, 12th nerve palsy is much less common. A literature review revealed that...
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The Characteristics of Patients with Hanging Injury and the Usefulness of S100B Protein as a Predictive Factor According to the Presence of Cardiac Arrest

Kim SC, Choi SC, Min YG, Lee JS, Park EJ

PURPOSE: Brain injury due to hanging leads has a high mortality rate and severe neurological sequelae. Serum S100B for predicting brain injury in hanging injury has not been evaluated. The...
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The Study of the Severity and Prognosis in Severe Traumatic Patients according to Alcohol Ingestion

Jung HH, Han SK, Lee SW, Park SW, Park SC, Yeom SR, Min MG, Kim YI, Ryu JH

PURPOSE: Alcohol ingestion is a significant risk factor for injuries. However, the influence of high blood alcohol concentration about the severe traumatic injury is controversial. The aim of study was...
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A Study of Impact on Head and Neck Using Human Volunteer Low-Speed Rear Impact Tests

Park SJ, Yang K, Lee HS, Park NK, Hong SW, Yoo JH, Kim H

Whiplash injury in low-speed traffic accidents are not objectively verified by medical equipment, thereby creating scope for misuse, which has resulted in huge social losses worldwide. The aim of this...
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Vertebral Artery Dissect Injury with Brown-Sequard Syndrome by a Neural Foramen Penetrated Electric Screw Driver Bit : A Case Report

Oh CH, Kim MS, Noh SH, Shin DA, Ji GY

There are few reports in the literature of complete obstruction of the vertebral artery (VA) due to an electric screw driver bit penetration through the neural foramen into the spinal...
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A Case of the Common Carotid Artery Penetrating Injury by Grass Cutter Fragment

Kang KG, Lee DK, Park HS, Hong JC

There are many vital structures in the neck, but they are not protected by bone. The neck is vulnerable to injury, and difficult to evaluate the extent of injury. Especially,...
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A Case of Cervical Disc Herniation with Paresthesia in Both Arms and Tic Mimicking Motions

O HL, Moon JH, Seol IJ, Yum MK, Park DW

  • KMID: 2043935
  • J Korean Child Neurol Soc.
  • 2012 Mar;20(1):43-47.
Intervertebral disc herniation is rare in children and is reportedly related with disc calcification and traumatic injury. We report an 8 years old girl, who complained of tingling sensation in...
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Efficacy of Postoperative Radiograph for Evaluating the Prevertebral Soft Tissue Swelling after Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion

Song KJ, Choi BW, Kim HY, Jeon TS, Chang H

BACKGROUND: After surgery for degenerative spinal disease by the anterior approach, the degree of soft tissue swelling can be assessed simply using plain radiographs. However, there are little studies according...
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Anesthetic management of penetrating neck injury patient with embedded knife: A case report

Huh H, Han JH, Chung JY, Yi JW, Lee BJ, Kim DO, Kim KS

Penetrating neck injuries can be a fatal event and they are difficult to manage for both surgeons and anesthesiologists. So, adequate preoperative evaluation is important to improve the patients' outcomes,...
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