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    Dr. Ji Hoon Phi

    Craniosynostosis · Arachnoid cyst

    Seoul National University Hospital

    Seoul, South Korea


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    Dr. Ji Hoon Phi is a Pediatric Neurosurgeon and an Assistant Professor at the Seoul National University’s Pediatric Neurosurgery Department. He specializes in treating arachnoid cyst, brain tumor, craniosynostosis, epilepsy surgery, hydrocephalus, Moyamoya disease, scalp mass, and trauma. The main focus of his research and clinical practice is on a pediatric brain tumor, pediatric epilepsy, hydrocephalus, pediatric spinal disease, and malformation of the nervous system. He has many years of experience in Pediatric Neurosurgery. Dr. Ji Hoon Phi graduated from the Seoul National University’s College of Medicine with an MD. Later on, he completed his MS from the Seoul National University College of Medicine. A few years later, he obtained a Ph.D. from the Seoul National University College of Medicine. Dr. Ji Hoon Phi has more than 150 articles published in national and international journals. One of his most recent articles is: ‘Predictors of cervical myelopathy and hydrocephalus in young children with achondroplasia.’ A recent case report of his is: ‘Siblings with familial dwarfism presenting with acute myocardial infarction at adolescence.’ Dr. Ji Hoon Phi completed his residency training at the Neurosurgery Department of the Seoul National University Hospital and later got a full-time job at the Seoul National University Hospital. He has been working as an Assistant Professor and a Pediatric Neurosurgeon at the Seoul National University Hospital for a few years now. Dr. Ji Hoon Phi specializes in pediatric neurosurgery. He diagnoses and treats the children’s nervous system diseases and head & spinal deformities. Due to his exceptional services, he is well-known for his contribution to Pediatric Neurosurgery.