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A case of anticonvulsant hypersensitivity syndrome induced by carbamazepine

Jee YK, Kim WK, Kim JS, Kim YY, Cho SH, Min KU, Kim YK, Song SH

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Mar;15(1):90-95.
Anticonvulasants including carbamzepine can cause rarely a characteristic hyersensitivity reaction. This multisystem reaction typically presents as fever, skin eruptions, lymphadenopathy, hematologic abnormality and hepatitis but it's mechanism remains unknown. There...
Newly sensitization to house dust mite in an isocyanate-induced asthmatic patient

Park HS

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Mar;15(1):85-89.
Isocyanate-induced asthma is known to be the most commonly found occupational asthma in our country. House dust mite is the most significant inhalant allergen in our environment. Here we report...
Characterization of Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus-specific T cell clones from bronchial asthmatics

Koh YS, Oh SH, Yoo B, Moon HB, Cho YJ, Hong SJ

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Mar;15(1):75-84.
T cells play a central role in IgE synthesis and airway inflammation in asthmatic patients. In order to characterize antigen-specific T cell clones, we established Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus(D.p)-specific and purified protein...
Standardization of Inhalation Bronchial Provocation Tests: Pari Inhalierboy and Pulmo Aide Dosimeter

Yoon HJ, Choi DC, Kim YY, Cho SH, Min KU

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Mar;15(1):69-74.
Inhalation bronchial provocation tests have been used extensively for several decades as a means of diagnostic testing, occupational screening, research, and epidemiology. To improve comparison of results obtained at different...
Significance of sputum eosinophils in bronchial asthmatics

Hong CS, Park JW, Kim PS, Kim CW, Chong SY, Nahm DH

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Mar;15(1):36-50.
Bronchial asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of bronchial tree, consisting of eosinophil and mast cell infiltration, epithelial damage and mucus plugging. Blood eosinophilia is a frequent finding in asthmatics...
The effects of interleukin5 on chemotaxis and superoxide anion generation by guinea pig eosinophils

Cho SH, Lee JS, Kim HH

  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Mar;15(1):24-35.
Eosinophils have been implicated as major cells in the pathogenesis of allergic diseases. For tissue injury in allergic diseases, the eosinophils have to migrate to target organ and generate inflammatory...

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