Tuberc Respir Dis > Issue 5; 1958 > Article
Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases 1958;5:1-7.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4046/trd.1958.5.1.1    Published online December 1, 1958.
A Mass Roentgenological Examination of the Students of Seoul National University
Seok-young Kang1,2, Seon-bo Song1,2, Jeong-hwan Lee1,2, Jong-man Lee1,2, Kak-hyung Baek1,2
1The Department of Internal Medicine. College of medicine, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
2Seoul National University Health Center, Seoul, Korea
서울대학교학생 집단검진 X선 소견
강석영1,2, 송선보1,2, 이정환1,2, 이종만1,2, 백낙형1,2
Abstract
The T. B. mass survey of 13,072 students of Seoul National University (12 colleges) was conducted from September to October 1957. 1) 91. 32 percent of the total number of students were X-rayed. 2) Among the x-rayed group, 4.84% showed positive chest findings and 2.40% showed suspected pulmonary tuberculosis. 3) Of 163 T. B. cases, 85.89% showed the minimal stage and 10. 43% moderate advanced lesions, according to the clinical classification method of N. T.A. 4) Of 163 cases of pulmonary TB., 6 (3.68%) cases were of cavitation and 5 (3.10%)cases of tuberculoma. 5) Pulmonary TB. was highly Prevalent in the 19-22 age- group with the 21 age-group of students being the highest. 6) On the analysis or 163 cases of pulmonary T. B ., 93 cases (60.12%) needed medical supervision, and 65 cases (3 9.83%) needed medical management.


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