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Learning Brainstem Anatomy using Plastic Cup Models

Hur MS, Jang HW, Oh CS

New didactic methods have been introduced for teaching gross anatomy and neuroanatomy, which include modern IT technology such as 3-dimensional (3D) printing and virtual (VR) or augmented reality (AR). These...
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Effects of Reading a Free Electronic Book on Regional Anatomy with Schematics and Mnemonics on Student Learning

Chung BS, Koh KS, Oh CS, Park JS, Lee JH, Chung MS

BACKGROUND: To help medical students learn anatomy effectively in limited hours, a regional anatomy book enhancing students' memorization was developed. METHODS: Only anatomical terms essential for basic cadaver dissection are included...
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Calculi in the Prostatic Utricle Communicated with an Ejaculatory Duct

Hur MS, Oh CS, Chung IH

We have observed a case of calculi in the prostatic utricle (PU) which suggests a different formation mechanism of calculi in the PU and reflects the variety of the PU....
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How to Return Mummified or Skeletal Human Remains to their Descendants after Anthropological Investigation

Oh CS, Shin DH, Kim YG, Park JB

The mummies and skeletons excavated at the archaeological excavation site are an anthropologically important research subject. However, after the scientific analysis on them, it is sometimes necessary return them to...
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Mitochondrial DNA Analysis of the Human Skeletons from Goryeo Dynasty Graves Discovered at Youngwol, Gangwon-do

Oh CS, Hong JH, Shin DH

In archaeological excavation sites in Korea, human skeletal remains of various periods were discovered. However, there have been very few studies on skeletal cases of Goryeo period so far. Therefore,...
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Cytochrome C Oxidase Subunit 1, Internal Transcribed Spacer 1, Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide Hydrogen Dehydrogenase Subunits 2 and 5 of Clonorchis sinensis Ancient DNA Retrieved from Joseon Dynasty Mummy Specimens

Hong JH, Oh CS, Chai JY, Seo M, Shin DH

We analyzed Clonorchis sinensis ancient DNA (aDNA) acquired from the specimens of the Joseon mummies. The target regions were cytochrome C oxidase subunit 1 (CO1), internal transcribed spacer 1 (ITS1),...
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Experience for an Anatomist to Participate in Production of the Korean Medical Terminology

Chung MS, Oh CS, Lee YI

Anatomical terms and medical terms have influenced each other in Korea. The first author of this paper participated in making the sixth edition of the Korean medical terminology (2019) as...
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Comparison of Two PCR Assays for Trichomonas vaginalis

Noh CS, Kim SS, Park SY, Moon HS, Hong Y, Ryu JS

PCR is known to be the most sensitive method for diagnosing Trichomonas vaginalis infections. This study aimed to compare the sensitivity of a PCR assay for trichomoniasis (HY-PCR) developed in...
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Association of Chemokines and Chemokine Receptor Expression with Monocytic-Myeloid-Derived Suppressor Cells during Tumor Progression

Seo EH, Namgung JH, Oh CS, Kim SH, Lee SH

Myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSCs) are highly immunosuppressive myeloid cells that show increased expression in cancer patients; however, the molecular mechanisms underlying their generation and function are unclear. Whereas granulocytic-MDSCs correlate...
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Delayed bipedicled nasolabial flap in facial reconstruction

Goh CS, Perrett JG, Wong M, Tan BK

BACKGROUND: The nasolabial flap is ideal for reconstruction of the nasal alar subunit due to its proximity, color and contour match, and well-placed donor scar. When raised as a random-pattern...
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Muscular Variations of Extensor Digitorum Brevis Muscle Related with Anterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Won HJ, Oh CS

During routine dissection, additional muscular head of extensor digitorum brevis muscle attaching to the third toe and accessory muscle perforated by the branch of the deep peroneal nerve were observed...
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Alterations in Spontaneous Movement, Corticosterone, and Cytokines in Mice Exposed to 835 MHz Radiofrequency Radiation

Lee MS, Oh CS, Ryu JH, Lee JK, Kim MJ

Although commercialization of mobile phones has raised much concerns about the effects of radiofrequency radiation on the human body, few experimental studies have been conducted on the effects of radiofrequency...
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Ancient Soil-Transmitted Parasite Eggs Detected from the Sixth Century Three Kingdom Period Silla Tomb

Seo M, Oh CS, Hong JH, Chai JY, Ju JO, Shin DH

The parasitic infection patterns of the Joseon period have begun to be revealed in a series of paleoparasitological studies. However, parasitism prevailing during or before the Three Kingdom period is...
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Expression of glucose transporters in the developing rat skin

Oh CS, Hong JH, Jin SN, Lee WJ, Lee YS, Lee E

We found the changed distribution of glucose transporter (GLUT) proteins in the skin during rat development. At 15 days of gestation, GLUT1 and 2 proteins were expressed in the stratum...
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The presence of sharp-edged weapon related cut mark in Joseon skull discovered at the 16th century market district of Old Seoul City ruins in South Korea

Lee H, Oh CS, Hong JH, Kim J, Han L, Park JM, Shin DH

A human skull was discovered at the 16th-century drainage channel of market district ruins, one of the busiest streets in the capital of Joseon kingdom. By anthropological examination, we noticed...
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Mu-Opioid Receptor Polymorphisms and Breast Cancer in a Korean Female Adult Population: A Retrospective Study

Oh CS, Lee SH, Yoo YB, Yang JH, Kim SH

Distribution of A118G single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) in the mu-opioid receptor 1 gene (OPRM1) differs with ethnicity. We assessed the distribution of this SNP in Korean women with breast cancer...
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Anatomy as Elective Course for Fourth-Year Medical Students

Kong TH, Kim SH, Son YH, Chung KS, Jin HK, Jang HW, Oh CS

Five medical students in the fourth-year took anatomy as their elective courses for 1 month. They dissected one cadaver, and investigated Digital Report, under the course subjects as follows; (1)...
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Time to Surgery and Injury Severity Score

Oh CS, Lee JG, Kim SH

PURPOSE: To evaluate the association between time to surgery and injury severity score (ISS). METHODS: Medical charts and records were reviewed for polytrauma patients who underwent trauma surgery from November 2014...
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Serum CCL11 Levels in Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Prostate Cancer

Kim KS, Moon HS, Park SY, Hwang HS, Kim JH, Kim SS, Han IH, Kim KJ, Noh CS, Ryu JS

PURPOSE: CC-chemokine ligand 11 (CCL11; eotaxin-1), an eosinophil chemoattractant chemokine, has been proposed as a serum marker for prostate cancer (PCa) by two research groups. We investigated the usefulness of...
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Calcified Pulmonary Nodules Identified in a 350-Year-Old-Joseon Mummy: the First Report on Ancient Pulmonary Tuberculosis from Archaeologically Obtained Pre-modern Korean Samples

Kim YS, Lee IS, Oh CS, Kim MJ, Cha SC, Shin DH

We found calcified pulmonary nodules in a middle-aged female mummy discovered from 350-yr-old Joseon tomb of Korea. In the CT scan, we found six radiopaque nodules in right lung, through...
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