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A Case Study of the Fetal Skeleton from a Joseon Period Cemetery

Woo EJ, Jeon CL

In this study, the case of the burial of a couple with their perinatal child in a cemetery from the Joseon period (Eunpyeong site) of South Korea was examined. In...
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Biomechanical Analysis of Femoral Diaphyseal Cross-sectional Properties from the Three Kingdoms Period Populations, Korea

Woo EJ, Jung H

The purpose of this research is to examine and report the biomechanical characteristics of the past populations that lived in different environments during the Three Kingdom Period of ancient Korea....
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Review of Previous Studies on Dental Wear Method

Jeon CL, Woo EJ, Pak S

Tooth wear records valuable information ranging from diets to cultural behaviors such as using teeth as a tool. However, methods analyzing tooth wear in archaeological skeletal remains have been designed...
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Electrodeless conductivity tensor imaging (CTI) using MRI: basic theory and animal experiments

Sajib SZ, Kwon OI, Kim HJ, Woo EJ

The electrical conductivity is a passive material property primarily determined by concentrations of charge carriers and their mobility. The macroscopic conductivity of a biological tissue at low frequency may exhibit...
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A Pathophysiological Validation of Collagenase II-Induced Biochemical Osteoarthritis Animal Model in Rabbit

Park J, Lee J, Kim KI, Lee J, Jang S, Choi HT, Son Y, Kim HJ, Woo EJ, Lee E, Oh TI

BACKGROUND: Current dilemma working with surgically-induced OA (osteoarthritis) model include inconsistent pathological state due to various influence from surrounding tissues. On the contrary, biochemical induction of OA using collagenase II...
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Cranial index in a modern people of Thai ancestry

Woo EJ, Jung H, Tansatit T

The present research aims to examine the cranial index in a modern people of Thai ancestry. Ultimately, this study will help to create a databank containing a cranial index for...
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Paleopathological Studies of Infectious Disease: Examination of the Osteoarchaeological Research

Woo EJ, Kim JH, Jeon CL, Pak S

Reconstructing the impact of infectious disease on past populations is one of the main fields in paleopathological studies. The initial phase of paleopathology was descriptive, focusing on the identification and...
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Analytical Review of the Forensic Anthropological Techniques for Stature Estimation in Korea

Jeong Y, Woo EJ

Stature is one of the unique biological properties of a person, which can be used for identification of the individual. In this regard, statures are estimated for the unknown victims...
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Principles of Archaeogenetics and the Current Trends of Ancient Genome Studies

Kim T, Woo EJ, Pak S

Archaeogenetics is an academic discipline that aims to establish scientific facts of human history by integrating ancient DNA analyses with archaeological and anthropological evidence. After ancient DNA research was initiated...
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Realistic Electric Field Mapping of Anisotropic Muscle During Electrical Stimulation Using a Combination of Water Diffusion Tensor and Electrical Conductivity

Choi BK, Oh TI, Sajib SZ, Kim JW, Kim HJ, Kwon OI, Woo EJ

PURPOSE: To realistically map the electric fields of biological tissues using a diffusion tensor magnetic resonance electrical impedance tomography (DT-MREIT) method to estimate tissue response during electrical stimulation. METHODS: Imaging experiments...
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Probable Cases of Scurvy in Subadults Crania from Archaeological Sites, South Korea

Woo EJ, Jung H, Jeon CL

In this study, the skeletal abnormalities associated with scurvy in subadults crania from three archaeological skeletal collections (Nukdo, Imdang, Yeanri), South Korea was analyzed to examine the prevalence and distribution...
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Dental Pathologies in the Three Kingdoms Period Population from Imdang Site, Gyeongsan, Korea

Woo EJ, Jung H

Dental pathology has the potential to provide insight into the interpretation of the health and life style of past population. In particular, dental pathologies are strongly correlated to subsistence pattern,...
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A Study of Bilateral Asymmetry Pattern in the Eye Orbit and Nose of the Joseon Dynasty Skeletal Group Using Geometric Morphometrics

Jung H, Woo EJ, Pak S

In this study, the pattern of bilateral asymmetry in the eye orbit and nose of the Joseon Dynasty skeletal group was analyzed using geometric morphometrics. For this, 38 adult males...
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The influence of mandibular skeletal characteristics on inferior alveolar nerve block anesthesia

You TM, Kim KD, Huh J, Woo EJ, Park W

  • KMID: 2310719
  • J Dent Anesth Pain Med.
  • 2015 Sep;15(3):113-119.
BACKGROUND: The inferior alveolar nerve block (IANB) is the most common anesthetic techniques in dentistry; however, its success rate is low. The purpose of this study was to determine the...
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Harris lines observed in human skeletons of Joseon Dynasty, Korea

Beom J, Woo EJ, Lee IS, Kim MJ, Kim YS, Oh CS, Lee SS, Lim SB, Shin DH

The Harris line (HL), caused by bone-growth arrest and manifesting on X-rays as a radiopaque transverse line in the metaphysis of the long bones, is an indicator reflecting stress conditions...
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Biomechanical Properties of Femoral Diaphyseal Cross-sectional Shape from the Eunpyeong Population

Woo EJ, Jeong Y, Jung H, Pak S

Long bone diaphyseal cross-sectional shape as a primary measure of biomechanical loading has attracted much attention in physical anthropology. Especially, lower limb bones have been widely used to reconstruct the...
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Rethinking the Possibilities and Limitations of a Study on the Skeletal Markers Reconstructing the General Level of Physical Activity

Woo EJ, Pak S

  • KMID: 1434326
  • Korean J Phys Anthropol.
  • 2012 Sep;25(3):113-123.
The reconstruction of activity and of work patterns has been approached by examinations of activity-related skeletal markers. Among several different methods, in particular, a number of anthropologists have widely applied...
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Patterns of Linear Enamel Hypoplasias among Korean Skeletal Samples from the Joseon Dynasty Period

Pak S, Woo EJ, Jeong YS, Cho GH

  • KMID: 1449619
  • Korean J Phys Anthropol.
  • 2011 Sep;24(3):123-134.
Dental linear enamel hypoplasia (LEH) is probably one of the most widely used developmental stress indicators among all known skeletal stress indicators. This research examined LEH on the permanent anterior...
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Management of Hypertensive Crisis Emergency: A Case Report

Hwang JH, Kim KD, Woo EJ, Lee MH, Tan CC, Park W

Medical emergencies are not rare in dental practice but when an emergency does occur it can be life-threatening. Medical emergency such as hypertensive crisis can be encountered in dental practice...
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Dilation of the olfactory bulb cavity concurrent with hydrocephalus in four small breed dogs

Kim JH, Jeon HW, Woo EJ, Park HM

Four small breed dogs were admitted with seizures. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain revealed dilation of the olfactory bulb cavity as well as enlargement of the lateral ventricles....
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