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2006, Vol.16, No.2

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    The Study on the Characteristics of MMPI and Stability of Spinal Curvature in Traffic Accident Patients

    김세진 | Misook Shin | Jin-Bong Choi and 4other persons | 2006, 16(2) | pp.1~16 | number of Cited : 7
    Abstract
    Objectives : This study was to investigate stability of spinal curvature and MMPI(The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory) profiles in traffic accident patients. Methods : Total patients were classified into TA(traffic accident) inpatients and non-TA inpatients. We analyzed the characteristics of each group - age, sex, onset period, treatment period, angle of cervical curve and lumbar curve, lumbo-sacral angle and MMPI profiles. Results : 1. According to accidental type, mean of cervical angle is more low in TA Group. Means of lumbar angle and lumbo-sacral angle are more high in TA Group. But it was no significant difference. 2. According to accidental type, L, Hs, Pa profiles were high scores in TA Group. But it was no significant difference. 3. After multiple regression analysis in total patients, Accidental type was independently related with D profiles. Conclusions : On this study, there was no significantly difference in stability of spinal curvature according to accidental type. But, in multiple regression analysis on MMPI profiles, TA patient group was significantly related with D profiles.
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    Effect of Sangyang(LⅠ1)and Tae-baek(SP3)Acupuncture on Yangdorak

    설재욱 | Jin-Bong Choi | 김세진 and 2other persons | 2006, 16(2) | pp.53~62 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    Objectives : The purpose of this study is to observe the effect of Sangyang(LI1) and Tae-baek(SP3) acupuncture by Yangdorack. Methods : 23 subjects were examined twice before and after acupuncture from April, 2005 to September, 2005 in Oriental Medical Hospital of Dong-Shin University. After we checked the electric current on twelve points of Yangdo, and analysed the results using SPSS(Version 11.0). Results & Conclusions : 1. The values of electric current are not significant, when sorted by body mass index(BMI). But underweight testee shows increased value of electric current on heart meridian. 2. There are no differences found between right value and left value on organic analysis. 3. The mean value is elevated by Sangyang(LI1) and Tae-baek(SP3) acupuncture, the value of bi(脾) organ is significantly elevated on p<0.05.
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    The Study of Correlation of Tension Patterns of Shoulder and Hip Joints

    신동재 | Jongsoo Lee | Chung, Seok Hee and 1other persons | 2006, 16(2) | pp.63~78 | number of Cited : 0
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    Objectives : Muscle tone is proportional to passive tension, so passive tension of antagonist can be measured by measuring passive ROM of a joint. Considering close correlation between movement and muscle tension, we hypothesized that tension patterns of upper and lower limbs would exit, and we tried to prove the existence of tension patterns of shoulder and hip joints by measuring of passive ROM of those joints. Methods : We collected 110 volunteers(75 men and 35 women), whose age was from 20 to 30, BMI was less than 23kg/m2 and who had no musculoskeletal disorder. we had passively horizontally adducted and abducted shoulder joint and passively adducted and abducted hip joint, then measured passive ROM of those joints. We decided which side was relatively dominant by comparing between left and right ROM. We analyzed the differences of tensions of shoulder and hip joints by the handedness, and the relationships between the tensions of left and right shoulder joints, between the tensions of left and right hip joints and between the tensions of shoulder joints and hip joints. Results : The right hip adduction and the left hip abduction were relatively significantly limited at right-handed persons. There was statistically significant relationship between the tensions of left and right shoulder joints, and between the tensions of left and right hip joints. There was no significant relationship between the tensions of shoulder and hip joint. Conclusions : Right-handed has the tension patterns especially at hip joints. There is also tension patterns between the homologous joints.
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    Effects of Daeganghwal-tang(Daqianghuoshang) on the Carrageenan-Induced Arthritis in Animal Model

    안중혁 | Myeong-Jong Lee | 2006, 16(2) | pp.79~96 | number of Cited : 6
    Abstract
    Objectives : This study was designed to elucidate the effects of Daeganghwal-tang(Daqianghuoshang) on the carrageenan-induced arthritis. Methods : Each of the 10 rats were classified into normal, control, sample group. Arthritis was induced by injecting 0.1㎖ of 1% carrageenan per rat in sample and control group. Daeganghwal-tang(Daqianghuoshang) was administered to sample group and normal saline was administered to normal and control group and then CRP, WBC, Neutrophil, Lymphocyte, Monocyte, Eosinophil, RBC, Platelets, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, MCV, MCH, MCHC, SGOT, SGPT, LDH were measured. Results : In the sample group, the loss of body weight, edema rate of paw, skin temperature in edema, WBC, neutrophil, hematocrit, Hb, MCV, SGOT, LDH were significantly decreased as compared with those of control group. In the sample group, rectal temperature, lymphocytel, eosinophil, MCHC were significantly increased as compared with that of control group. Conclusions : According to the above results, it can be concluded Daeganghwal-tang(Daqianghuoshang) showed the treatment effects on the artificial arthritis resulted from carageenan in rats and it is suggested that more interest and study in the security for the clinical use were needed.
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    Study in Passive Dorsi Flexion and Dysfunction of Ankle Joint of Patient with Hallux Valgus

    Jeong-Ho Lee | Hojun Kim | Myeong-Jong Lee and 2other persons | 2006, 16(2) | pp.97~104 | number of Cited : 0
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    Objectives : I tried to examine the hypothesis that the mobility of passive dorsi flexion of the ankle joint is associated with degree of the hallux valgus angle in appearance. I began this study in order to grope for the possibility of the acupuncture therapy for musculation disorder of the hallux valgus. Methods : 15 patients with hallux valgus deformity who attended Dept. of Oriental Rehabilitation Medicine, College of Oriental Medicine, Dongguk University from August to November 2005, were involved in the investigation. We measured passive range of dorsi flexion of both ankle joints. I considered mordern concepts in the aetiology and pathogenesis of hallux valgus and found causative factors in aspect of the movability of left and right ankle joints. Results : I made a comparison between degree of hallux valgus angle in appearance and range of dorsi flexion in each sin [숨은설명:시작] [숨은설명:끝] gle person. In the event, larger degrees of hallux valgus angle in appearance were measured better in portion to the mobility of passive dorsi flexion(P<0.01). Conclusions : My interpretation of this results based upon Van Buskirk's nociceptive model is that shortening and dysfunction of the dorsi flexor muscles, especially anterior tibialis muscle and extensor hallucis longus muscle are likely to be causative component in some cases of hallux valgus.
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    The Study of Prevalence of Childhood Obesity and Relationship Among Constitution, Lifestyle and Obesity

    장건 | SONG YUN KYUNG | Lim Hyung Ho | 2006, 16(2) | pp.105~130 | number of Cited : 1
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    Objectives : We investigated the prevalence of childhood obesity and relationship among constitution, lifestyle and obesity. Methods : The subjects of this study were elementary students. The subjects were classified using Sasang constitution questionnaire. We investigated life style such as dietary habits and physical activities. and measured Body compositon has been accessed bio-impedence analyzer(inbody 720). This results were statistically analyzed using SPSS 12.0. Results and Conclusions : 1. Of those 649 observed, 295(45.46%)were categorized in Soyang-in, 204(31.43%) in Taeum-in, and 150(23.11%) in Soum-in. 2. On IOTF(International Obesity Task Force) criteria. The prevalence of childhood obesity was 7.78%. On KPS(The Korean Pediatric Society) criteria, the prevalence of childhood obesity was 16.05%. IOTF criteria underestimated the prevalence of child obesity compared to KPS criteria. 3. In IOTF group and KPS group, there were a positive correlation of PBF(%fat)(p<0.05). 4. In Taeum-in group, prevalence of obesity was significantly higher than Soum-in group (P<0.05). 5. In Taeum-in group, PBF, WHR(Waist-Hip Ratio), Waist and AC(Arm Circumference) were significantly higher than the other groups(P<0.05). 6. In Soum-in group, PBF, WHR, Waist and AC were significantly lower than the other groups and LBMP(Lean Body Mass Percent) was significantly higher than the other groups (P<0.05). 7. In Soyang-in group, BMR(Basal Metabolic Rate) was significantly higher than the other groups (P<0.05). 8. Obese primary school children were related with life style such as above 2hour watching TV, snacking after dinner, eating while watching TV or Reading book, favorite for eating vegatable and eating regardless of hunger.
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    MEMG Analysis on Antispastic Effect of Electroacupuncture and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation

    조재흥 | Chung, Seok Hee | Jongsoo Lee and 1other persons | 2006, 16(2) | pp.131~143 | number of Cited : 10
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    Objectives : To analyse the effect of Electroacupuncture(EA) and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation(TENS) in hemiplegic patients with spasticity after Stroke through Meridian-Electromyograph(MEMG). Methods : EA applied to 24 patients who had been treated by general rehabilitation therapy after stroke and the other 25 hemiplegic patients had applied TENS during 15 minutes. Outcomes were assessed at just before and after stimulation, and 30 minutes, 60 minutes by MEMG, Modified Ashworth scale(MAS), Visual Analog Scale(VAS). Results : EA and TENS groups were found to produce a statistically significant decrease of spasticity. The effects assessed by MEMG and MAS were lasted up to 30minutes in EA group and 60minutes in TENS group, while the analgesic effects of EA assessed by VAS was lasted just after stimulation but TENS was lasted up to 30 minutes. Conclusions : EA is an efficacious method to decrease severe spasticity quickly but TENS is better in analgesic effect and persistency of antispastic effect.
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    The Study on Somatotype of Elementary Students in Incheon according to Sasang Constitutions and Obesity

    진성순 | SONG YUN KYUNG | Lim Hyung Ho | 2006, 16(2) | pp.145~165 | number of Cited : 5
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    Objectives : The purpose of this study was to provide the basic data for childhood obesity and to compare between Sa-sang Constitution and body circumferences. Methods : This study was carried out 835 case(411 females and 424 males) of elementary students. We took the body sizes by Inbody 720 and analysed the body shape of childhood. Besides we classified the students into 4 groups(Soumin, Soyangin, Taeumin, Taeyangin) and compared between each Constitutions and body circumferences. Results and Conclusions : The more students become obesity, the more they have big body sizes based on BMI and Obesity degree. When the students become more obesity, they have more bigger limb sizes than trunk sizes based on BMI and Obesity degree. Taeumin group showed that the each body size was more bigger than other constitutions. Especially, there is all the difference between waist circumferences of Taeumin and others. but Soyangin had more bigger neck circumferences than others. Soumin has the biggest mean circumferences of the upper and lower limbs than other constitutions, and Taeumin has more mean circumferences of lower limbs than upper limbs.
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    Effect of Mckenzie Method Treatment on Functional Lumbar Scoliosis By Herniated Lumbar Disc; Three Cases Report

    김대필 | Keum Dong-ho | 2006, 16(2) | pp.167~179 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    Objectives : We evaluated the effect of Mckenzie method treatment in three patients with functional lumbosacral scoliosis by lumbar disc herniation. Methods : We examined three patients through Lumbar CT scan and X-ray examination. Those patients were diagnosed as functional lumbosacral scoliosis by lumbar disc herniation. We used acupuncture, physical treatment and Mckenzie method at those patients and measured of Cobb's angle and VAS(Visual analogue scale) to evaluate treatment effects. Results and Conclusions : The pain level and scoliotic angle were decreased after treatment. These results suggest that acupuncture, physical treatment and especially Mckenzie method treatment was effective to correct the functional lumbosacal scoliosis by lumbar disc herniation, reduce the low back pain and stabilized the lumbar disc herniation.
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    Effect of Oriental Medical Treatment on Wallenberg's Syndrome Caused by Lateral Medullary Infarction; 2 Cases Clinical Report

    박선경 | 장준호 | 박현호 and 1other persons | 2006, 16(2) | pp.181~191 | number of Cited : 2
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    Objectives : The aim of this study is to verify the effect of oriental medical treatment on Wallenberg's syndrome caused by lateral medullary infarction by clinical report. Methods : Dong-Qi acupuncture therapy, herbal medicine were used to treat dysphagia and dry needling on SCM muscle, herbal medicine were used to releive headache, vertigo, gait ataxia, sensory change, ptosis, diplopia, anhydrosis. We used the Swallowing Scale on dysphagia, and used VAS on headache, vertigo, sensory change, ptosis, diplopia. Results : Dysphagia was improved, Swallowing Scale changed from 1 to 6. And headache, vertigo, sensory change, ptosis, diplopia were also improved, VAS score changed from 7, 7, 8, 9, 9 to 1-2, 2-3, 5, 0, 0. Conclusions : Oriental Herbal Medication by differentiation of symptoms and conservative treatment had effect on an improvement of symptoms caused by lateral medullary syndrome.
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    A Clinical Case Study of Paralytic Ileus in a Patient Undergoing Stroke

    송영일 | Yoon il ji | Minseok Oh and 1other persons | 2006, 16(2) | pp.193~201 | number of Cited : 1
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    Objectives : There are a few case reports on the treatment of paralytic ileus in patients undergoing stroke by oriental medicine. This study was performed to evaluate the effect of oriental medical therapeutic methods on paralytic ileus of post stroke patient. Methods : The patient was hospitalized Dept. of Oriental Rehabilitation Medicine, College of Oriental Medicine, Dae-jeon University from 6th, July. 2005 to 15th, September. 2005, diagnosed as paralytic ileus and treated mainly with herbal medication; Bujaleejung-tang(f&ugrave;zǐlǐzhōngtāng), Pyungjin-tang(p&iacute;ngj&igrave;ntāng). After measured patient's radiological findings, we analyzed the effect of oriental medicine on paralytic ileus in patients undergoing stroke. Results & Conclusions : Symptoms of the patient such as abdominal flatus, constipation, etc were improved after above treatments. So, it seems that oriental medical treatments are helpful on post stroke patients with paralytic ileus.
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    A Case Report of Patient with Scaleneus Muscle Syndrome Contain C2-C3 Malposition

    허광호 | Keum Dong-ho | Kang Ji Hoon and 1other persons | 2006, 16(2) | pp.203~211 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Objectives : This study was performed to evaluate the effect of acupuncture and chuna treatment on patient with Scaleneus Muscle Syndrome contain C2-C3 malposition. Methods : The patient was hospitalized Dept. of Oriental Rehabilitation Medicine, College of Oriental Medicine, Dong-Guk University from 24th, February 2005 to 12th, May 2005, diagnosed as thoracic outlet syndrome and treated with acupuncture and so on. Results & Conclusions : Symptom of patient such as thoracic outlet syndrome was improved after acupuncture and chuna treatment. It is suggested that oriental medical treatment are effective in the Scaleneus Muscle Syndrome Contain C2-C3 Malposition.