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Volume 4(1); June 1993
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A study of diagnostic value on fine needle aspiration cytology of the breast masses.
Dong Won Kim, Dong Wha Lee
Korean J Cytopathol. 1993;4(1):1-8.
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A Histopathological Study on Primary Malignant Bone Tumors
Choon Won Kim, Shin Eun Choi, Chung Hee Chi
Korean J Cytopathol. 1970;4(1):1-12.
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A histopathological study was made on 53 cases of primary malignant bone tumors of the Koreans, obtained during a period of 11 years 10 months, from January 1959 to October 1970, at the Department of Pathology, National Medical Center, Seoul, Korea 1. The 53 cases of primary malignant bone tumors consist of 36 cases(67.9%) in male and 17 cases(32.1%) in female. The sex ratio of male and female was 2.1 : 1. 2. The youngest age was 2 years old and the oldest was 68 years old. 3. The 20 cases (37.8%) of 53 cases were 10∼19 years old in age group and the highest incidence, but 60∼69 years age group were only 2 cases (3.6%). 4. The 11 cases (30.6%) of 36 cases of male and 9 cases (53%) of 17 cases of female were 10∼19 years age group. 5. Osteogenic sarcoma was 21 cases (39.6%) of all malignant bone tumors. The sex ratio of male and female was 61.9% : 38.1% and the highest age incidence was 10∼19 years old group (52%). 6. Chondrosarcoma was 5 cases (9.1%) and observed in the all male. 7. Ewing’s sarcoma was 6 cases (10.7%). 8. Fibrosarcoma was 4 cases(7.2%). 9. Giant cell tumor was 2 cases (3.6%). 10. Multiple myeloma was 7 cases including 2 autopsy cases (13.2%). Male was 6 cases (85.7%), female was only 1 cases (14.3%) and its average age was 48.1 years old. 11. Malignant mesenchymal tumor was 6 cases (10.7%) 12. The most frequent site of the all malignant bone tumor was observed in femur (26.1%), in tibia (17%) and in fibula (13.2%). 13. The 53 cases of primary malignant bone tumors were histopathologically classified and tabulated.
Usefulness of intraoperative fine needle aspiration of pancreatic lesions.
Young Byun Park, Myung Wook Kim, Kwang Gil Lee
Korean J Cytopathol. 1993;4(1):9-15.
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Hematological Studies on 58 Cases of Aplastic Anemia
H.I. Cho, M.K. Park, S.I. Kim
Korean J Cytopathol. 1970;4(1):13-16.
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Hematological findings of 58 cases of classical types of aplastic anemia which have been accumulated in the Dept. of Clinical Pathology of Seoul National University Hospital from 1960 to 1968 were analysed. The results show a annually increasing tendency in case numbers, dominating in male(Male: Female=1.3 : 1) and young age. Mean values of hematological datas; Hemoglobin: 5.4±2.4gm%, Reticulocytes : 0.33±0.23 WBC: 3190±1374/cmm, Platelets: 58400±9800/cmm Coagulation time: 15’32"±5’18" Bleeding time: 9’ 30"±6’ 12" ESR: male 13.6±7.6mm/hr female 13.2±3.4mm/hr Differential count of peripheral blood : Band: 1.24±0.54% Seg. Neutrophil: 20.81 ±9.491 % Seg. Baso: 0.05±0.02% Seg. Eosino: 0.74±0.30% Monocyte: 1.44±0.81% Lymphocyte: 74.46±22.45% Quantitative data of bone marrows; ME volume: 0.9±0.43% RBC: 16.6±7.20% Plasma: 79.8±7,92% Fat: 2.5±1.2% Differential count of Bone marrow; Myeloblast: 0.46±0.21 Promyelocyte: 1.32±0.48 Myelocyte: 3.80±1.93 Metamyelocyte: 3.20±1.40 Band: 5.60±3.88 Seg. Neutro.: 11.04±7.24 Seg. Eosino.: 1.39±0.51 Seg. Baso.: 0.30±0.22 Lymphocyte: 58.92±14.0 Monocyte: 1.16±0.23 Plasma cell: 1.70±0.57 Baso. Normo.: 0.68±0.27 Poly. Normo.: 4.88±1.93 Ortho. Normo.: 6.12±2.18
Percutaneous fine needle aspiration cytology of thymoma.
Weon Seo Park, In Ae Park, Sang Kook Lee, Eui Keun Ham
Korean J Cytopathol. 1993;4(1):16-24.
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Hematological Normal Values of Koreans
Sang In Kim, Han Ik Cho
Korean J Cytopathol. 1970;4(1):17-22.
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Hematological normal values of 1103 Koreans including number of RBC, hemoglobin, hematocrit, reticulocyte, number of WBC. Differential counts of WBC, were studied. Mean values according to age and sex were obtained. Results are as table II.
A Study of the Accuracy and Precision of Clinical Chemistry Determinations
B.S. Tchai
Korean J Cytopathol. 1970;4(1):23-28.
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We had studied about the accuracy and precision of clinical chemistry determinations in the of Clinical Chemistry, Department of Clinical Pathology. Seoul National University Hospital for 2 years. The purpose of this evaluation study was to determine if this laboratory was performing satisfactorily and to define the accuracy of control serums. Commercially prepared samples, hoarse serum and pooled serum were used as control serums for estimation of total cholesterol, total protein, phosphorus, SGOT thymol turbidity test, alkaline phosphatase, sodium, potassium and chloride results are as follows. 1) It was found that a considerable number of values fell outside of the allowable limits especially in the estimations of cholesterol and thymol turbidity test(Table 2, 3, 4). 2) Acceptable reasons of a lack of both accuracy and precision included the technical errors, and in accuracy of methods. There was obviously a need for an improvement in the methods of detecting errors and of evaluating precision in the laboratory. 3) There were same difference in the range of accuracy depend on the control samples. Generally, eyophilized samples showed rather constant values.
Aspiration cytology of pilomatrixoma.
Jae Soo Koh, Chang Won Ha, Kyung Ja Cho, Ja June Jang
Korean J Cytopathol. 1993;4(1):25-28.
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Invasive cribriform carcinoma of breast:a case report with fine needle aspiration cytology findings.
Jung Dal Lee, Chan Pil Park, Sang Kook Lee
Korean J Cytopathol. 1993;4(1):29-34.
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Spermatic Granuloma of the Epididymis -A case report with discussion on its pathogenesis-
Dae Ill Lee, Choon Won Kim, Sang Chull Kim, Seung Kyun Lim
Korean J Cytopathol. 1970;4(1):29-32.
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A case of spermatic granuloma in the epididymis developed in 40 years old Korean after vasectomy-is reported. This granuloma, the reaction that results from the invasion of sperms into the stroma of epididymis, occurs most frequently during the decades of highest sexual activity, and is not rare as the relatively few reports in the literature might indicate. Clinically, the possibility of spermatic granuloma should be considered in differential diagnosis of epididymal mass because vasectomy is recently performed widely in this country as a mean of family plan and this surgical procedure is considered one of causative factors in the development of the granuloma.
Fine needle aspiration cytology of metastatic nasopharyngeal undifferentiated carcinoma of lymph node-report of a case presenting spindle cell pattern-.
Dong Won Min, Kwang Gil Lee
Korean J Cytopathol. 1993;4(1):35-40.
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A Histopathologic Study on Tumors of Upper Respiratory Tract
Geung Hwan Ahn
Korean J Cytopathol. 1970;4(1):35-44.
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A histopathologic study was made on 436 cases of tumors of upper respiratory tract, which were obtained during a period of 10 years, from 1959 to 1968, at the Department of Pathology, College of Medicine, Seoul National University, and the results were as follow; 1. Four hundred and thirty-six tumors of upper respiratory tract examined consist of 96 (22%) benign and 340 (78%) malignant tumors. 2. Among all tumors of upper respiratory tract, their site incidence by the frequency ratio is highest for tumors of larynx (34.9%), and, thereafter, in order of frequency ratio, for tumors of nasal cavity (22.0%), tumors of pharynx (12.6%), tumors of nasopharynx (9.6%) and tumor of trachea (0.2%). 3. The age distribution of all benign tumors of upper respiratory tract showed highest incidence (25.1%) in the third decade with mean age of 33.1 years. The age distribution of all malignant tumors of upper respiratory tract showed highest incidence (33.5%) in sixth decade with mean age of 49.6 years. 4. Ninety-six benign and 340 malignant tumors of upper respiratory tract were histologically classified and tabulated. Among benign tumors, squamous cell papilloma, hemangioma and fibroma were especially prevalent, and among malignant tumors, squamous cell carcinoma, undifferentiated carcinoma and lymphosarcoma were more commonly encountered. 5. Site, sex and age distribution of 436 tumors of upper respiratory tract were tabulated, and some tumors were selected and described in detail.
Cytologic features of primary amelanotic melanoma of the vagina: a case report.
Sung Ran Hong, Hy Sook Kim, Chong Tack Park
Korean J Cytopathol. 1993;4(1):41-44.
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Peripheral neuroblastoma of the ulnar nerve:diagnosis by fine needle aspiration cytology.
Young Chae Chu, Joon Mee Kim
Korean J Cytopathol. 1993;4(1):45-51.
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Fine needle aspiration cytology of proliferative fasciitis.
Yoon Jung Choi, Sang Yeop Yi, Woo Ick Yang, Soon Hee Jung, Kwang Gil Lee
Korean J Cytopathol. 1993;4(1):52-56.
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