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A Case of Rothmund-Thomson Syndrome with Pure Red Cell Aplasia, Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia and Chronic Respiratory Infection
Jung Hyun Lee, Eun Seok Roh, Yoo Rah Hong, Jae Sun Park, Ghi Seok Seo, Bang Hur, Mi Hyang Kim
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2004;47(12):1351-1355.   Published online December 15, 2004
Rothmund-Thomson syndrome(RTS), or poikiloderma congenita, is a rare, multisystem disorder. It is inherited genetically as an autosomal recessive trait, occurring predominantly in females(1.4 : 1). The RTS is comprised of poikiloderma, short stature, sparse hair, juvenile cataracts, skeletal defects, dystrophic teeth and nails, photosensitivity, and hypogonadism. We report a case of RTS who died of bleeding from esophageal varices, pulmonary...
Original Article
Clinical Analysis of Brain Tumors in Children.
Ki Ji Lee, Eun Sook Choi, Jae Sun Park, Tae Sang Chun, Robert H Kyle, Hwa Dong Lee, Bang Hur, Man Ha Hur
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1987;30(2):191-200.   Published online February 28, 1987
Brain tumors are the second most common tumors in pediatric age groups. 22 cases of child brain tumors diagnosed by CT and operation at Kosin medical center in the period of 7 years from Jan. 1979 to Dec. 1985 were reviewed and the result were as follows. 1) The age distribution of brain tumor is the highest between 5 and 10 years (14/22), and...
Case Report
Adrenal Cortical Adenoma Associated with Spinal Epidural Lipomatosis and Paraplegia.
Il Whan Kim, Chul Hoe Koo, Jae Sun Park, Sung Uhn Baek, Sung Do Lee, Kyu Ho Lee, Jae Do Kim, Bang Hur, In Sun Jun
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1986;29(7):784-790.   Published online July 31, 1986
A 14 year old girl was admitted because of severe obesity, respiratory difficulty and weakness of legs with edema. Diagnosis of Cushing* s syndrome by left adrenal adenoma was made by hormonal assay, abdominal C-T and surgery. 1 week after adrenalectomy, she developed paraplegia which was caused by massive deposition of fat in the spinal epidural space and compression of thoracic spinal cord. She was...
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