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5 2019 43권 1호

만성 염증성 치주병소들과 관련된 원발성 구강 미만성 거대 B-세포 림프종

저자 김연숙, 이석근


Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) is the most common non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, and usually showed painless neck swelling, fever, sweat, and weight loss. Although about 5% of all lymphomas appeared in the oral area, the primary maxillofacial lymphomas were rare and sometimes clinically tended to be misdiagnosed such as chronic periodontitis, osteomyelitits, etc. This study demonstrated three cases of primary DLBCL mimicking localized osteomyelitis at mandible or maxilla. A series of histological and immunohistochemical examination using different biomarkers of lymphoreticular cells were performed to characterize the neoplastic cells of DLBCL. The first case occurred in a 45 years old male exhibiting mandibular osteomyelitis and neck swelling. The second case simply showed a gingival swelling at left upper premolar area in a 55 years old male. And the third case is from an 84 years old female who felt numbness at left lower lip and had severe periodontitis involving regional alveolar bone resorption. All of three cases had experienced no systemic manifestation of lymphoreticular malignancy before the diagnosis of oral lymphoma. Immunostainings of CD3, CD20, TNFα, BCL-2, Ki-67, PCNA, and c-Myc were strongly positive in these tumor cells, while those of p53 and CD31 were slightly positive, and CD56 immunoreaction was negative. These three cases were diagnosed as DLBCL and referred to the hemato-oncology unit for treatment. Therefore, every chronic granulomatous periodontal lesion hardly cured by simple medical treatment should be carefully explored through pathological examination, and it was presumed that DLBCL is closely related to the chronic inflammatory periodontal lesions recruiting mucosa-associated lymphoid cells in older patients. It was also suggested that DLBCL be differentially diagnosed from T-cell lymphoma, Burkitt’s lymphoma, and Hodgkin’s disease, etc. with immunohistochemical determination of tumor cell subtypes as soon as possible in order to be treated with appropriate therapy.

4 2019 43권 1호

동물 모델로서의 노랑초파리를 이용한 MicroRNA 관련 구강암 병태생리 연구

저자 정지은, 이주용, 김인령, 박혜련, 이지혜


MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are a group of small non-coding RNAs consisting of 18~24 nucleotides in length. Each miRNA is expected to bind a few hundreds of putative target mRNAs, thus inhibiting their translation into protein products mostly by degradation of targets. With its biogenesis extensively deciphered, miRNAs have been implicated in a variety of biological processes, including early development and cellular metabolism. In addition, dysregulation of miRNAs and subsequent alterations in the expression of its target molecules are thought to be linked to the pathophysiology of multiple human illnesses, including cancer. To establish the miRNA-target relationships important for developing a specific disease, it is critical to validate the putative targets of each miRNA suggested by computational methods in vivo. In this review, we will first discuss oncogenic and tumor-suppressive roles of miRNAs in human cancer and introduce computational methods to predict putative targets of miRNAs. Then, the value of Drosophila melanogaster as an alternative model system will be further discussed in studying human cancer and in validating the miRNA-target relationships in vivo. Finally, we will present a possibility of applying the mammals-to-Drosophila-to-mammals approach to study the roles of miRNAs and their targets in the pathophysiology of oral cancer, an intractable type of cancer with poor prognosis and survival rate.

3 2019 43권 1호

Stage Ⅱ 약물유발 악골괴사(MRONJ)에서 외과적 치료법이 갖는 효용성

저자 황대석, 송재민, 유미현, 최나래


This study was planned to evaluate the efficacy of surgical treatment in stage 2 medication related osteonecrosis of jaw(MRONJ) patients. Retrospective analysis was performed about patients who were treated with medication related osteonecrosis of jaw from 2015 to 2017. 25 Patients were treated by a single surgeon at the Department of Oral Surgery, Dental Hospital, Pusan National University. The treatment methods they received were conservative or surgical. The results of treatment were classified as "fail" and "success" and the prognosis according to the treatment method was compared. Conservative treatment 14.29% (2 cases), sequestrectomy 64.29% (9 cases) and saucerization 21.43% (3 cases) were performed in the MRONJ group, and 2 treatment failures were encountered after conservative treatment and 1 after saucerization. Surgical treatment resulted in better outcomes in stage 2 MRONJ patients. Furthermore, treatments were deemed successful when surrounding necrotic bone containing sequestrum was reliably removed. Therefore, this study suggests that the treatment of "stage 2" MRONJ should actively consider surgical treatment.

2 2019 43권 1호

Porphyromonas gingivalis-감염 Ca9-22 구강편평세포암종 세포에서의 상피-간엽전환 관련 유전자 발현 패턴 분석

저자 박대근, 김다정, 이은영, 우복희, 이지혜, 박혜련


Recently chronic inflammation is focused on the association with cancer progression and acquisition of aggressive biologic behaviors, such as invasion, metastasis, and resistance to chemotherapeutic reagents. Due to the close vicinity within oral cavity, oral cancer may be intimately associated with chronic periodontitis. The present study was done to observe the effect of chronic periodontitis on oral cancer cells by utilizing P. gingivalis infection, a major pathogen in chronic periodontitis. We analyzed and compared the mRNA expression levels of epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) markers in non-infected and P. gingivalis-infected oral cancer cells. Eighty-six genes, which are well known as EMT markers, were analyzed using commercially available EMT microarray plates, performed in triplicate. Among the 86 genes, the expression of 26 was increased (≥ 2 fold) by P. gingivalis, whereas that of 7 genes was decreased (≥ 2 fold). Our study suggests that P. gingivalis infection evokes significant changes in EMT-related genes. Further observations on molecular mechanisms underlying these changes may help to clarify the role of chronic periodontitis on cancer progression and to develop more efficient preventive and therapeutic modalities for oral cancer. (182 words)

1 2019 43권 1호

Saururus chinensis 추출물에 의한 자가포식 유도를 통한 HSC3 구강편평세포암종 세포주에서의 세포 증식 억제 기전

저자 도미향, 한혜연, 정성희, 김지연, 유미현


Autophagy is recently receiving the spotlight as the development strategy for promising anticancer drugs. In particular, the majority of anticancer drugs originating from natural products are known to induce autophagy. Saururus chinensis has been used for treating various inflammatory diseases. Recent research has revealed that the extract of Saururus chinensis possess cytotoxicity for various types of human cancer cells. However, the exact action mechanism of Saururus chinensis extract for oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) has not been studied yet. Therefore, the authors of this research aim to study the effect of methanol extract of S. chinensis (MESC) on OSCC cells. To observe the cell proliferation inhibitory effect of MESC on HSC3 cells, the authors conducted the trypan blue exclusion assay. Also, the action mechanism of MESC was studied by conducting the cell cycle analysis, acidic vesicular organelle (AVO) staining and flow cytometry analysis, monodansylcadaverine (MDC) staining, propidium iodide staining, and Western blotting on MESC-treated HSC3 cells. When HSC3 cells were treated in MESC, the cell proliferation was suppressed in time-dependent and dose-dependent manners. Also, the number of sub-G1 arrested cells increased in a dose-dependent manner. MDC punctate and AVO puncta significantly increased respectively. Western blot analysis demonstrated the expression of autophagy-related proteins increased, but apoptotic proteins were not observed. Also, the pAkt protein was reduced, while the p-p38 protein and pERK protein increased. According to our results, MESC induced autophagy and accompanied changes in the cell cycle in HSC3 cells. Also, the alteration in Akt, ERK, and p38 pathways were confirmed. This result suggested the possibility of MESC as the new promising adjuvant for treating OSCC patients.