Min Sik Uhm

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Gastric atrophy is a premalignant condition. The aim of this study was to evaluate the correlation between histological and endoscopic findings of atrophy, and to analyze the affecting factors. Atrophy was graded by endoscopy, and biopsy was performed in the antrum and body for the diagnosis of atrophy according to the Sydney system in the 1,330 subjects.(More)
Although rare, it is possible for acute pancreatitis to develop after blunt or penetrating abdominal trauma. We report here a very rare case of acute pancreatitis induced by traditional acupuncture therapy. A 42-year-old woman with a low body mass index had suffered from functional dyspepsia for one year. She visited an acupuncture clinic and underwent long(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS There have been few reports comparing pre and postoperative prevalence of Helicobacter pylori infection and gastritis in patients with gastric cancer surgery. METHODOLOGY Seventy patients with primary gastric cancer were identified to be infected with Helicobacter pylori preoperatively and tested for Helicobacter pylori infection after(More)
Angiography is a useful diagnostic tool in cases with massive gastrointestinal bleeding such as angiodysplasia and varicosis when endoscopy is not available. Angiodysplasia and varicosis have distinguishable characteristic features on angiography, such as the presence of a nidus, visible late-draining veins, and the typical vascular tuft. We recently(More)
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