Citations - Kim Sung-Bae

Recently, our understanding of the elusive bacterial communities in the lower respiratory tract and their role in chronic lung disease has increased significantly. However, little is known about the respiratory microorganisms in patients with endobronchial tuberculosis (EBTB), which is a chronic inflammatory disease characterized by destruction of the tracheobronchial tree... Read more
Published on: 2020-06-26
Source: Kim Sung-Bae
By: Sae Byol Kim
Recently, our understanding of the elusive bacterial communities in the lower respiratory tract and their role in chronic lung disease has increased significantly. However, little is known about the respiratory microorganisms in patients with endobronchial tuberculosis (EBTB), which is a chronic inflammatory disease characterized by destruction of the tracheobronchial tree... Read more
Published on: 2020-06-26
Source: Kim Sung-Bae
By: Sae Byol Kim
Recently, our understanding of the elusive bacterial communities in the lower respiratory tract and their role in chronic lung disease has increased significantly. However, little is known about the respiratory microorganisms in patients with endobronchial tuberculosis (EBTB), which is a chronic inflammatory disease characterized by destruction of the tracheobronchial tree... Read more
Published on: 2020-06-26
Source: Kim Sung-Bae
By: Sae Byol Kim
Recently, our understanding of the elusive bacterial communities in the lower respiratory tract and their role in chronic lung disease has increased significantly. However, little is known about the respiratory microorganisms in patients with endobronchial tuberculosis (EBTB), which is a chronic inflammatory disease characterized by destruction of the tracheobronchial tree... Read more
Published on: 2020-06-26
Source: Kim Sung-Bae
By: Sae Byol Kim
Recently, our understanding of the elusive bacterial communities in the lower respiratory tract and their role in chronic lung disease has increased significantly. However, little is known about the respiratory microorganisms in patients with endobronchial tuberculosis (EBTB), which is a chronic inflammatory disease characterized by destruction of the tracheobronchial tree... Read more
Published on: 2020-06-26
Source: Kim Sung-Bae
By: Sae Byol Kim
Recently, our understanding of the elusive bacterial communities in the lower respiratory tract and their role in chronic lung disease has increased significantly. However, little is known about the respiratory microorganisms in patients with endobronchial tuberculosis (EBTB), which is a chronic inflammatory disease characterized by destruction of the tracheobronchial tree... Read more
Published on: 2020-06-26
Source: Kim Sung-Bae
By: Sae Byol Kim
CONCLUSIONS: Separation from the cyst and regeneration of the mandibular canal using decompression were observed using 3-dimensional CBCT analysis. The results of this study suggest that decompression is effective in separating and preserving important anatomic structures invaded by the cyst.... Read more
Published on: 2020-06-25
Source: Kim Sung-Bae
By: Jin-Yong Cho
CONCLUSIONS: NAFLD-related HCCs were more often detected at an advanced stage with infiltrative patterns, although they showed no significant difference in survival compared to ALD-related or HBV-related HCCs. A future prospective research should be focused on identifying NAFLD patients who require strict surveillance in order to early detect and timely... Read more
Published on: 2020-06-23
Source: Kim Sung-Bae
By: Seon Young Ahn
CONCLUSIONS: These results show that ectodomain shedding of epithin/PRSS14 can initiate a unique and synchronized bidirectional signal for cancer metastasis: extracellularly broadening proteolytic modification of the surrounding environment and intracellularly reprogramming the transcriptome for metastatic conversion. Clinically, this study also suggests that the intracellular function of epithin/PRSS14 should be considered... Read more
Published on: 2020-06-05
Source: Kim Sung-Bae
By: Youngkyung Cho
CONCLUSION: Patients with NMOSD-AQP4 had a significantly higher risk of fractures that could mostly be attributed to falling. Additionally, low BMD was observed in these patients; it was more prominent among young patients, associated with steroid use, and may partially prevented by the use of prophylactic calcium supplements.... Read more
Published on: 2020-06-05
Source: Kim Sung-Bae
By: Young Nam Kwon
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