Volume: 13

1. Medical counselling by computer mediated communication. Page:310—317
2. Demographic characteristics and family function among shift-workers. Page:709—718
3. A clinical survey of Tsutsugamushi disease that occured in the autum of 1991. Page:703—708
4. A study on the knowledge and personal history about hepatitis Bviral marker in the university admission. Page:693—702
5. Computer-assisted patient education in primary health care. Page:681—692
6. A study on the etiology of chest pain. Page:671—680
7. A baseline study on satisfaction rate and cognition rate on oriental care and occicental medical care. Page:891—900
8. A study of behavioral aspect for the health promotion among physician and general population. Page:879—890
9. Training satisfaction according to the type of family practice residency program. Page:869—877
10. Baseline factors associated with smoking cessation. Page:862—868
11. Smoking pattern of patients in family practice. Page:853—861
12. Clinical investigation of patients with acute paraquat poisoning and a case report of patient who survived repeated intoxication. Page:173—180
13. Patients' perspective to periodic health examination. Page:164—172
14. Reference(cut-off) values of serum total cholesterol for risk groupof atherosclerosis among normal adults in Korea. Page:152—163
15. A study on the mutual interactions of atherosclerotic risk factors:results from employee pediatric health examinations. Page:140—151
16. The relationship between gastroscopic findings and depression. Page:132—139
17. A study on the patterns of depression in the functional dyspepsiapatients. Page:125—131
18. A comparison of reminder models for increasing compliance forcervical cancer screening in a family practice setting. Page:117—124
19. A study on the presence of anti-HBs at 4 years after hepatitis-B vaccination. Page:35—41
20. A comparative study on the efficacy of low-dose intradermal hepatitis B vaccination. Page:28—34
21. Acute appendicitis in children. Page:20—27
22. Effect of reminders on cervical cancer screening. Page:552—558
23. The evaluation of health behaviors of comprehensive-health-checkup patients. Page:542—551
24. Comparison of capture rate for endocervical ekements of three papsmear methods. Page:534—541
25. A study on the predictors of the positive urine culture in the community hospital patients with presumptive UIT's. Page:523—533
26. The accuracy of chest P-A interpretation by practicing familyphysician. Page:516—522
27. Clinical application of Edwards' antepartum risk scoring system on primary care service. Page:509—515
28. Effect of physician's antismoking education on patient's amoking behavior. Page:503—508
29. Clinical study on necrotizing lymphadenitis. Page:491—502
30. A study of cardiovascular risk factors revealed in periodic health examination of insured adults. Page:364—375
31. The reliability of health risk appraisals questionnaire: in SNUH lifetime health-monitoring program. Page:354—363
32. The diseases associated with obesity in Korean adults. Page:344—353
33. Comparison of diagnostic methods of resident family physicians and internists by standardized patient. Page:335—343
34. The analysis of clinical contents in primary care in university-based family practice clinics. Page:327—334
35. Assessment of alcohol dependence in primary care. Page:318—326
36. A case of CREST syndrome proven anti-ced entromere antibody. Page:85—90
37. A case of Henoch-Schonlein purpura nephritis preceded by acute abdomen. Page:79—84
38. Prevalence and clinical characteristics of the anti-HCV positive patients who had invreased transaminase levels with negative HBsAg. Page:72—78
39. Clinical study on fatty liver and chronic hepatitis by liver biopsy. Page:63—71
40. Clinical observation of delirium tremens. Page:57—62
41. Positive rate of anti-HCV in patients with abnormal liver function test. Page:49—56
42. The clinical evaluation of premenstrual syndrome(PMS). Page:42—48
43. The evaluation of functional status and quality of life of end stage renal failure patients undergoing hemodialysis in SNHA lifetimehealth monitoring program. Page:450—459
44. Errors in death certificates in Korea. Page:442—449
45. A study on relationship of headache to depression and anxiety. Page:436—441
46. The characteristics of patients that residents consider difficult. Page:428—435
47. Estimation of mortality in Kyongsangpook-do area. Page:420—427
48. A study of relationship between hypertension and hyperlipidemia in the health screening center. Page:410—419
49. The choice of drug and laboratory tests in hypertension. Page:402—408
50. The type of disease in adolescence. Page:951—961
51. Factors affecting serum lipid levels by analysis of adult health examination. Page:943—950
52. Factors related to serum total cholesterol. Page:935—942
53. Depression of highschool senior students in Seoul. Page:927—934
54. Anxious and depressive trends of bowel disease. Page:916—926
55. The relationship between the paralytic pattern and the onset ofparalytic poliomyelitis. Page:769—774
56. An analysis of family medicine-based evening practice in general hospital. Page:759—767
57. A study of medical insurance education in primary care institute. Page:753—758
58. The clinical investigation of the femoral shaft fracture in children. Page:744—752
59. Difference in necessity for some training tasks between family medicine faculties and non-family medicine specialists. Page:729—741
60. Analysis of the ambulatory medical care according to the ICPC method. Page:264—283
61. The effects of family functioning on infant birthweight. Page:254—263
62. A survey of inpatients in family medicine department. Page:246—253
63. The comparison of quality of life between hypertension patients andnormal control subjects. Page:240—245
64. A study on the relationship between fatigue and stress. Page:226—232
65. A study on the analysis of urine which is delayed in room temperature. Page:219—225
66. Study of chronic paranasal sinusitis in children. Page:643—647
67. The recognition of family medicine among local community inhabitants and the comparison of family APGAR scores. Page:636—642
68. A survey on the actual situations and attitude of medical servicewith usual medical provider. Page:627—635
69. A study on the weak points in EKG reading of family practice residents. Page:621—626
70. Target diseases detection by health screening test among asymptomatic adults. Page:610—620
71. A study on muscle tension level of headache patients and controls by using EMG biofeedback. Page:602—609
72. A close examination od smoking highschool students and the relationship between family APGAR score and smoking. Page:592—601
73. Prevalence of gallstones in Korean. Page:581—591
74. The impact of physician's brief counseling on the patients' smokinghabit. Page:574—580
75. Clinical predictors of positive computed tomographic scan in headtrauma patient. Page:565—573
76. Acute epiglottitis in adults. Page:829—834
77. The relationship between gastroscopic findings and FACES III. Page:821—828
78. A quick measurement of stress in outpatient clinic setting. Page:809—820
79. An analysis of contents of outpatients in geriatric center. Page:800—808
80. Presentation of cancer diagnosis from the patients' point of view. Page:790—799