Hyoung Jung Chung

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Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome, a kind of perihepatitis, occurs approximately in 3 to 10 percent of patients with pelvic inflammatory disease. It is not easy to detect in clinical settings due to requirement of invasive methods for diagnosis, for example, like a laparoscopic examination. Now, it has become possible to recognize it easily with the aid of(More)
Intraoperative enteroscopy is a valuable method for localizing gastrointestinal bleeding of obscure origin. The insertion and manipulation of an endoscope through an enterotomy, however, may result in significant trauma to the intestinal wall, as well as contamination of the abdominal cavity. We have devised a new technique for the introduction of the(More)
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