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A case of Churg- Strauss syndrome with the lung and gastrointestional involvement

Kim MJ, Kim KK, Woo JG, Oh YC, Joo NY, Lim OJ, Youn SH

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Dec;15(4):658-664.
Churg-Strauss syndrome is a disorder of hypereosinophilia and systemic vasculitis in subjects with asthma and allergic thiniris. Clinically multiple organ systems can be involved with various manifestations of disease of...
A case of sulfone syndrome

Kim KC, Chung JP, Lee KS, Park IS, Lee HW, Lee SH, Seo JK, Park SH, Nahm YH, Chun CY

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Dec;15(4):650-657.
Sulfone syndrome, which is characterized by fever, skin rash, hemolytic anemia, and acute(rarely fulminant) hepatic injury, is a potentially fatal variants of dapsone hypersensitivity. This syndrome is uncommon but is...
The prevalence and clinical features of atopic dermatitis in kindergarten children in Puchon city, Kyonggi -Do

Kim JW, Lee WC, Lee SC, Byun DG

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Dec;15(4):639-649.
Atopic dermatitis(AD) is a common skin disease of childhood and tends to increase significantly during recent decades, but informations regarding the exact prevalence of AD, based on the large-scale general...
Serum eosinophil cathionic protein and tryptase concentrations in atopic asthmatic patients after allergen bronchial challenge

Lee YC, Rhee YK, Park TS, Ko JG

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Dec;15(4):632-642.
BACKGROUND:Bronchial asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease that is characterized by reversible bronchospasm, airway hyperresponsiveness and airway inflammation. Human mast cells likely play a significant role in human asthma. Tryptase,...
Characteristics of latex protein and the prevalence of latex allergy

Yoon HJ, Chang HK, Song KJ, Cheng KC, Yoo TJ

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Dec;15(4):623-631.
BACKGROUNDS: Since 1979, there have been numerous reports of latex IgE-mediated reactions reflecting a dramatic increase in incidence. Increased usage of latex gloves and changes in manufacturing methods have contributed...
Toluene diisocyanate inhalation bronchial challenge test with a closed- circuit device

Hong CS, Park JW, Kim CW, Kang SM, Choi YH

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Dec;15(4):598-610.
Occupational asthma is the most common respiratory disease related to the working environments. Isocyanates, especially toluene diisoeyanate(TDI), are currently the most common cause of occupational asthma both in Korea and...
Current status and perspectives of researches on programmed cell death in immune system

Chung YH

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Dec;15(4):569-595.
Programmed cell death(PCD), or apoptosis, is a distinct process of cell death in response to specific physiological or toxic signal. This genetically programmed form of cellular suicide is intimately involved...

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