I. S. Song

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The intestinal lesion of Behçet's colitis shows aphthoid or punched-out ulceration. However, the diagnosis of Behçet's colitis should be based on the presence of other stigmata of Behçet's syndrome, since these morphological characteristics are not pathognomonic by themselves. Furthermore, the stigmata of Behçet's syndrome could appear simultaneously or(More)
Amebic colitis is a disease revealing diverse clinical manifestations and endoscopic gross features and often confused with other types of colitis. In case of misdiagnosis as an idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease or delayed recognition of intestinal amebiasis, an undesirable outcome may occur resulting from erroneous administration of steroids or delayed(More)
Distant metastasis of a colon carcinoma in situ has not yet been reported. We experienced a case of a sigmoid colon carcinoma in situ with common hepatic lymph node metastasis. After the first operation, we diagnosed dual intramucosal adenocarcinomas of the sigmoid colon without any regional lymph node metastasis. After the second operation, a metastatic(More)
  • Chul Woo Byeon, Jae Jin Lee, Hong Yi Kim, In Sang Song, Seong Jun Cho, Ki Chan Eun +2 others
  • 2011
—In this paper, a 60 GHz LTCC SiP with low-power CMOS OOK modulator and demodulator is presented. The 60 GHz modulator is designed in a 90-nm CMOS process. The modulator uses a current reuse technique and only consumes 14.4-mW of DC power in the on-state. The measured data rate is up to 2 Gb/s. The 60 GHz OOK demodulator is designed in a 130nm CMOS process.(More)
A 38-year-old man was admitted with a high fever, sore throat, and right upper quadrant pain. Nine months before his admission, he had undergone right hemicolectomy under the impression of intestinal lymphoma. But there had been no evidence of lymphoma on microscopic examination. Under the postoperative diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease,(More)
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