Department of Family Practice & Community Health12

Pub YearTitleAJOU
-The association between testosterone and muscle mass, muscle strength, and physical function in Korean men-
-BMD changes in accordance with serum vitamin D changes in postmenopausal Korean women-
-The Clinical and Pharmacogenetic Factors Affecting the Disposition of Oxycodone-
-Combined Effect of Blood Cadmium and Lead Levels on Coronary Heart Disease Prediction Risk in Korean Men-
-Contribution of body fat on serum 25-Hydroxyvitamin D concentration in Korean elderly : Analysis of the Fourth and Fifth Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES IV-2, 3, 2008-2009 and V-1, 2010)-
-Determination of the serum uric acid level that predicts coronary calcification in healthy adults.-
-Dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids intake may be not associated with Framingham Risk Score (Analysis of KNHANES 2013)-
-The Effects of Vitamin D and Sarcopenia on Bone Mineral Density in Korean woman (KNHANES IV data)-
-Salivary cortisol levels are elevated, but not salivary α-amylase levels in patients with rheumatoid arthritis irrespective of depression-
-Testosterone might be influenced co-morbidities, not by aging-
-Trabecular Bone Score (TBS) and TBS adjusted FRAX are better indicators for morphometric vertebral fractures than bone mineral density in type 2 diabetic postmenopausal women-
-Uncarboxyolated osteocalcin is inversely correlated with total testosterone level in elderly man-