K. S. Song

Q. Park2
M. G. Song2
2Q. Park
2M. G. Song
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Real-time consultation between referring physicians or radiologists with an expert is critical for timely and adequate management of problem cases. During consultation, both sides need to: 1) synchronously manipulate high-resolution digital radiographic images or large volume MR/CT images; 2) perform interpretation interactively; and 3) converse with audio.(More)
A rare case of gastric cancer associated with gastrojejunal and gastrocolic fistula is presented. A 56-year-old man who had been diagnosed with advanced gastric cancer(Borrmann's type III) 5 months previously was admitted due to watery diarrhea and frequent vomiting for 2 weeks. Fluoroscopic examination was visualized two abnormal passage of contrast medium(More)
Protein S is found in two forms in plasma; as free and functionally active protein S, and complexed to C4b-binding protein. Patients with nephrotic syndrome are at risk for arterial and venous thrombosis at various localizations, and acquired protein S deficiency due to the selective urinary loss of the free form may be a risk factor for the development of(More)
The aim of our study was to describe the radiologic findings of extensive acute lung injury associated with limited thoracic irradiation. Limited thoracic irradiation occasionally results in acute lung injury. In this condition, chest radiograph shows diffuse ground-glass appearance in both lungs and thin-section CT scans show diffuse bilateral ground-glass(More)
There is increasing evidence that genes involved in normal cell growth and differentiation (oncogenes) or genes that encode for growth factors are important in determining the development and biologic aggressiveness of gastric carcinoma. This study was undertaken to define the prognostic value of the overexpression of p53 protein, c-erbB-2 protein, EGFr(More)
A 10-year-old male patient affected by type 2 von Willebrand disease (vWD) and his family members were investigated by hemostatic and molecular genetic studies. The propositus, who experienced frequent bleeding episodes, was characterized by a normal level of von Willebrand factor (vWF) antigen (54%), reduced vWF ristocetin cofactor activity (5%), decreased(More)
Protein C is the central component of a major anti-thrombotic regulatory system and individuals with hereditary protein C deficiency (PCD) tend to have an increased risk of thromboembolism. During the last several years, mutations causing PCD have been identified in Western countries and in Japanese. In the present study, we report a case of hereditary PCD(More)
UNLABELLED Pulmonary lobar transplantation provides a clue to the acute donor shortage. To examine the experimental and clinical applicability of lobar transplantation, the authors observed the extent of lung expansion and infiltrate in the allografted lobe through the sequential analysis of the early chest roentgenograms. MATERIALS AND METHODS Twenty two(More)
An assessment of early graft function in canine single lung transplant recipients was made by analysing early postoperative radiographic progression, lung perfusion, bronchial patency and bronchial anastomotic wound healing and histopathology of the allografted lung. Eighteen mongrel dogs weighing 15kg on average were used. Donor lung bloc with a generous(More)