K. J. Kim

Y. S. Hwang2
K. Suzumori1
2Y. S. Hwang
1K. Suzumori
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To estimate the prevalence of urinary stone disease in Koreans, and to determine the inter-relationships between urinary stone disease and various epidemiological factors, 1,521 controls and 1,177 cases with urinary stones were evaluated. Of special interest in this study were: 1) proportion of past urinary stone history among controls; 1.9% 2) the point(More)
Intradural extramedullary (IDEM) tuberculoma of the spinal cord is uncommon entity and moreover, few reports have been documented on concurrent IDEM and intracranial tuberculomas. Authors report a case of IDEM spinal tuberculoma having intracranial lesion simultaneously. A 49-year-old woman suffered from paraparesis and urinary incontinence while being(More)
Lesch-Nyhan syndrome is caused by the complete deficiency of hypoxanthine guanine phosphoribosyl-transferase (HPRT). By the analysis of genomic DNA and mRNA using the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique coupled with direct sequencing, five independent mutations in HPRT genes have been identified in Korean Lesch-Nyhan families. Two novel mutations and(More)
Cocaine, as an indirect dopamine agonist, induces selective behavioral and physiological events such as hyperlocomotion and dopamine release. These changes are considered as consequences of cocaine-induced molecular adaptation such as CREB and c-Fos. Recently, methanolic extracts from licorice was reported to decrease cocaine-induced dopamine release and(More)