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        天主敎景觀의 解釋 - 殿洞聖堂을 중심으로 -

        최진성(Jin-Seong Choi) 한국문화역사지리학회 2003 문화 역사 지리 Vol.15 No.3

        '스콜라' 이용 시 소속기관이 구독 중이 아닌 경우, 오후 4시부터 익일 오전 7시까지 원문보기가 가능합니다.

        This is about the geographical interpretation of the religious landscapes in Jeonju(全州) city. Finding these religious landscapes as geographical things with meanings, I can not help proposing some different theoretical basis. For example, the missionary strategies, the religious hegemony and the social-political contexts need to be considered for interpreting the religious landscape. Based on these kind of perspectives, this study aimed at interpreting the Jeondong CathedraI(殿洞聖堂) from the Pre-colonial Period to the Colonial(japanese Imperialism). This situation proposes that we have to understand the religious landscape as a thing with the social(i.e. political, social, cultural, religious, etc.) meanings. In other words, it has been served as a religious and cultural, even political text to be experienced and read for many researchers and Christians. With regard to these kind of theoretical proposes, I tried to adopt the interpretive approach to the Catholic landscape as a geographical text. Especially, I would like to emphasize that meanings of such landscapes, identified by written or oral texts must be related to the social contexts{the external factors) the missionary and strategies(the internal). Under the Japanese Imperialism, Christians who settled at the mountain valley eventually moved to different cities and towns. Many Christians could not but face the economic poverty and they were forced to move to the lowlands as farmers and manufacturers. Thes kind of changes of the sociaI, economic changes resulted in missionary strategies, for example, the establishment of the Cathedral like Jeondong Church in Jeonju. I tried to interpret some religious landscapes and places, considering the changes of the social contexts(the external) and the missionary strategies(the internal). So I have been interested the competition appropriation between the Jeonju castle(eup-seong, 邑城) and the the Catholic landscapes. The Japanese colonialism destroyed the Confucian landscapes which had symbolized the identity of the Choson(朝鮮) dynasty,constructing modern (western) landscapes instead. In other words, the spatial structures of the Choson dynasty had to be transformed into the colonial landscapes. Here we must doubt the scheme of the domination power(the Japanese Imperialism) breaking up the Choson dynasty. So, I paid attention to the relations of the jeonju castle and the Catholic landscapes. I could identify that the Catholic could not enter the city wall called Jeonju0seong. Aa the political, social, economic, and religious Cathedral(1914) came to be located in front of the south gate of Jeonju eup-seong. So it is important for us not to regard the changes of the locations of the religious landscapes as purely religious and spatial in meaning but the changes of the missionary(political and cultural) strategies. Through the changes of the locations of the religious landscapes, the Catholic church intended to show their religious status as a sort of Kerygma. Especially the height and direction of such landscapes need to be read as a competition with the Confucian landscapes. Because the Jeondong Cathedral was faced to Jeonju eup-seong, each landscape could have its entire view. So this kind of direction-relation could be read as a religious Kerygma and political, social status. After all, these kind of features of the landscapes must each be related to the religions' missionary strategies reflecting the social contexts. I would like to classify these situations into the social construction of the religious landscapes. Key words: religious landscape, Jeondong Cathedral, Catholic landscape, missionary strategy.

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        진해지역 도시관급수불화사업효과에 관한 조사연구

        이충섭,성진효,김동기 대한구강보건학회 1996 大韓口腔保健學會誌 Vol.20 No.2

        Caries prevalence rate have been increased in children of korea along with social and socio economic status increment. Water fluoridation is the most effective public dental health plan for preventon of dental caries. The purpose of this study is to estimate the preventive effect on dental caries in discontinued water fluoridated area in korea. Jin-Hae city was selected, where water fluoridation was temporarily stopped due to unmatched supply of NaF₂. Dental survey had been done for 2,599 children in Jin-Hae city and 2,401 children in non-fluoridated area in 1994, and after the obtained data were analysed. The obtained results were as follows; 1. The mean of df and DMF rate was 78.84%, 66.01% in non-fluoridated area but Jin-Hae city was 77.41%, 49.94%. 2. The df index was 4.06 in non-fluoridated area and 3.40 in Jin-Hae city. 3. The DMF index was 2.22 in non-fluoridated area and 1.30 in Jin-Hae city. 4. The preventive effect on dental caries of discontinued water fluoridation was 16.26% in primary dentitions and 41.44% in permanent dentitions. 5. It is recommended that water fluoridation should be implemented in all supplied areas of communal water in Korea.

      • HCC : The Effect of Transarterial Chemoemblization for The Hepatocellular Carcinoma with Hepatic Vein or Inferior Vena Cava Invasion

        ( Seong Min Chung ), ( Chang Jin Yoon ), ( Sang Soo Lee ), ( Sukho Hong ), ( Jung Wha Chung ), ( Sung Wook Yang ), ( Eun Sun Jang ), ( Jin Wook Kim ), ( Nak Jong Seong ), ( Sook Hyang Jeong ) 대한간학회 2013 춘·추계 학술대회 (KASL) Vol.2013 No.1

        Background: Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) with hepatic vein (HV) or inferior vena cava (IVC) invasion forecasts a grave prognosis. The aims of this study was to investigate the effect of transarterial chemoemblization (TACE) and factors associated with mortality in patients with HCC showing HV and/or IVC invasion. Methods: The subjects were consecutively enrolled, newly diagnosed HCC patients with HV and/or IVC invasion, and were treated with TACE (n=62) at Seoul National University Bundang Hospital from May 2003 to October 2012. Follow-up was completed until March 2013. The clinical characteristics, treatment response, overall survival, and factors related to mortality were analyzed. Results: The subjects showed mean age of 56.6 years, 82.3% of male, HBsAg positivity in 82.3%, Child-Pugh class A in 76.2%, primary tumor size ≥ 50% of liver area in 64.5%, accompanying portal vein invasion in 79%, IVC invasion in 41.9%, and right atrial invasion in 9.7%, and extrahepatic metastasis in 33.9%. The tumor response of TACE for the primary tumor and tumor thrombi in HV or IVC were 55.6%, and 13.0%, respectively. The median overall survival was 10.9 months (range, 0.1-23.0 months), and the cumulative survival rates at 3, 6, and 12 months were 73.8%, 58.1%, and 45.8%, respectively. The multivariable analysis showed that Child-Pugh class B (hazard ratio[HR]=2.79; 95% confidence interval[CI], 1.21-6.43; P=0.02) and HCC rupture (HR=5.99; CI, 1.45-24.75; P=0.01) were independent factors affecting mortality. The cause of death included hepatic failure (57%), tumor progression (24%), and pulmonary embolism (11%). Conclusions: TACE seems to be effective for HCC with HV or IVC invasion, especially in the patients with preserved hepatic function but no tumor rupture.

      • HBV : Disease Progression and Development of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Patients with Chronic Hepatitis B under Oral Nucleos(T)Ide Analogues Therapy

        ( Jin Chang Moon ), ( In Hee Kim ), ( Seung Young Seo ), ( Chang Hun Lee ), ( Min Ha Kook ), ( Kyung Bo Yoo ), ( In Jin Cho ), ( Jung Ho Lim ), ( Seong Hun Kim ), ( Sang Wook Kim ), ( Seung Ok Lee ), ( Soo Teik ) 대한간학회 2013 춘·추계 학술대회 (KASL) Vol.2013 No.1

        Background: Oral nucleos(t)ide analogues (NA) therapy have been successfully used for suppressing circulating serum viral loads. In this study, we investigated long-term effect of oral NA therapy on the disease progression and development of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) in chronic hepatitis B (CHB) patients. Methods: This retrospective study included 524 naive CHB patients who had received oral NA therapy for more than 48 weeks between January 2003 and December 2012 at Chonbuk National University Hospital. Primary outcome was 5-year cumulative probability of disease progression, defined as any of cirrhosis development, decompensation with cirrhotic complications, HCC, and/or liver-related mortality. Results: Of total 524 patients, the mean age was 46.2 years, 340 (64.9%) were male, 360 (68.7%) were HBeAg positive, 188 (35.4%) had cirrhosis, 452 (86.3%)/62 (11.8%)/10 (1.9%) were Child-Pugh class A/B/C, and median follow up duration was 60 months (range 12-60). Cumulative probabilities of disease progression at 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 years were 0.2%, 1.2%, 2.3%, 7.1%, 19.3%, respectively. Cumulative probabilities of HCC at 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 years were 0.2%, 0.6%, 1.3%, 3.4%, 11.1%, respectively. In subgroup analysis among patients with cirrhosis at baseline, cumulative probabilities of disease progression at 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 years were 0.5%, 2.2%, 6.6%, 15.3%, 38.2%, and cumulative probabilities of HCC at 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 years were 0.5%, 1.6%, 3.5%, 8.0%, 26.2%, respectively. Multivariate analysis revealed that age (HR 1.03, P=0.031), body mass index (HR 1.03, P=0.032), cirrhosis (HR 2.23, P=0.035) were significant risk factors for disease progression and age (HR 1.05, P=0.022), male (HR 3.06, P=0.019), cirrhosis (HR 5.25, P=0.003) were significant risk factors for HCC. Conclusions: In the oral NA therapy era, the risks of disease progression or HCC in CHB patients were lowered than previous reports, however, it could increase according to longer duration of follow up, especially for patients with cirrhosis.

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        Primary papillary carcinoma originated from a branchial cleft cyst

        Jin,Seong,Cho,Sun,Hyoung,Shin,Hee,Kyung,Kim,Ji,Shin,Lee,Min,Ho,Park,Jung,Han,Yoon,Young,Jong,Jegal 대한외과학회 2011 Annals of Surgical Treatment and Research Vol.81 No.6

        Although branchial cleft cysts are common, papillary carcinomas arising from them are rare. Here we report a 41-year-old woman with papillary carcinoma originating from a right lateral branchial cleft cyst without any evidence of a papillary carcinoma in the thyroid gland. The patient underwent right lateral neck dissection followed by total thyroidectomy. We then confirmed papillary carcinoma arising from the branchial cleft cyst through microscopic and immunohistochemical staining with thyroglobulin (TG), thyroid-associated transcription factor -1 (TTF-1) and p63. It is the 10th case worldwide describing papillary carcinoma in a branchial cleft cyst with a review of the literature on the features of the disease and discussion of the role of immunohistochemical staining with TG, TTF -1 and p63. In conclusion, it should be emphasized that the surgeon must be cautioned of the possibility of primary papillary carcinoma in the branchial cleft cyst.

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        A Large Population Genetic Study of 15 Auto-somal Short Tandem Repeat Loci for Establishment of Korean DNA Profile Database

        Seong,Yeon,Yoo,Nam,Soo,Cho,Myung,Jin,Park,Ki,Min,Seong,Jung,Ho,Hwang,Seok,Bean,Song,Myun,Soo,Han,Won,Tae,Lee,정기화 한국분자세포생물학회 2011 Molecules and cells Vol.32 No.1

        Genotyping of highly polymorphic short tandem repeat (STR) markers is widely used for the genetic identification of individuals in forensic DNA analyses and in paternity disputes. The National DNA Profile Databank recently esta-blished by the DNA Identification Act in Korea contains the computerized STR DNA profiles of individuals convicted of crimes. For the establishment of a large autosomal STR loci population database, 1805 samples were obtained at random from Korean individuals and 15 autosomal STR markers were analyzed using the AmpFlSTR Identifiler PCR Amplification kit. For the 15 autosomal STR markers, no deviations from the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium were observed. The most informative locus in our data set was the D2S1338 with a discrimination power of 0.9699. The combined matching probability was 1.521 x 10^(-17). This large STR profile dataset including atypical alleles will be impor-tant for the establishment of the Korean DNA database and for forensic applications.

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