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Prediction of Food Allergens Sensitization Based on History Taking Technique in Young Children

Lee J, Jeong K, Lee E, Lee S

Background: The diagnosis of food allergies needs to be confirmed through an oral food challenge (OFC). However, specific immunoglobulin E (sIgE) concentrations analyzed by serological tests are also helpful in...
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The Influence of COVID-19 on Asthma and Allergic Rhinitis

Kim YH

As the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic continues, doctors face many difficulties in managing patients with respiratory allergies. As research continues, much new knowledge has emerged about the link between...
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Editorial for Vol. 31, No. 1

Kim YH

In Vol. 31, No. 1, our journal prepared four review articles and two original papers. First, in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of our journal, the first review article described...
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A case report of recurrent anaphylaxis in a 36-year-old female: Lipid transfer protein syndrome

Kang JB, Hwang YH

Lipid transfer protein (LTP) is a widely cross-reacting allergen in vegetables, fruits, nuts, or cereals. The amino acids sequence of LTP shows high structural similarity in various foods and thus...
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A case of anaphylaxis presumably caused by a trace amount of povidone in a tablet pill

Kim SH, Kim MY

Povidone, also known as polyvinylpyrrolidone has high sterilizing power and low toxicity, and has been widely used in disinfectants, ointments, gels, shampoos, soap, and pharmaceutical tablet additives. Povidone‐iodine (Betadine) is...
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Suppressive Effect of Carnosol on Ovalbumin-Induced Allergic Asthma

Lee JE, Im DS

Asthma is a chronic obstructive lung disease characterized by recurrent episodes of bronchoconstriction and wheezing. Conventional asthma treatment involves the suppression of airway inflammation or improving airway flow. Rosmarinus officialis,...
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Unusual Symptom of Hypertension associated with Amoxicillin

Cho YA, Choi EJ, Yoon H

An 80-year-old Korean woman who previously experienced penicillin allergy presented to a dental hospital for treatment of a fractured tooth. A dentist extracted the tooth and prescribed her A-cillin (amoxicillin...
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Food Protein-induced Enterocolitis Mimic king Necrotizing Enterocolitis in a Premature Infant: Case Report

Lee SY, Jo CK, Rha SH, Kim MJ

Food protein-induced enterocolitis (FPIES) is not well documented in newborns. Although FPIES is rare in premature infants, it may occasionally be confused with necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). This is particularly true...
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Clinical Characteristics of Allergy to a Brinzolamide 1.0%/Brimonidine 0.2% Fixed Combination in Korean Glaucoma Patients

Park IK, Bae SH, Kim KW, Chun YS

Purpose: We describe the clinical aspects of allergy to a brinzolamide 1.0%/brimonidine 0.2% fixed combination (BBFC) in Korean patients with glaucoma. Methods: The medical records of 117 glaucoma patients treated with...
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Trends of Sensitization to Inhalant Allergens in Korean Children Over the Last 10 Years

Kim YJ, Lee MY, Yang AR, Sol IS, Kwak JH, Jung HL, Shim JW, Kim DS, Shim JY

Purpose: Climate and lifestyle changes increase an individual’s susceptibility to various allergens and also the incidence of allergic diseases. We aimed to examine the changes in sensitization rate for aeroallergens...
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Three cases of oral immunotherapy for IgE-mediated egg allergy

Kim I, Lee BR, Kyung Y, Jung M, Yang HK, Kim M, Lee JY, Kim J, Ahn K, Jeong HI

Food allergy is an immune-mediated adverse reaction that occurs mainly by food ingestion. Some children with food allergies manifest fatal symptoms like anaphylaxis. Oral immunotherapy (OIT) may offer an effective...
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Red meat allergy: clinical characteristics

Kim S, Lee J, Ko A

Purpose: Red meat allergy has recently been described as rare food hypersensitivity with unique pathogenesis and clinical relevance of delayed anaphylaxis. The culprits are various mammal meats containing oligosaccharide epitope...
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In Vitro and In Vivo Validation of EP2-Receptor Agonism to Selectively Achieve Inhibition of Mast Cell Activity

Plaza J, Torres R, Urbano A, Picado C, Mora Fd

Purpose: Agonism of the prostaglandin E2 receptor, E-prostanoid receptor 2 (EP2), may represent an alternative protective mechanism in mast cell (MC)-mediated diseases. Previous studies have suggested that activation of the...
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Basophil Activation Test Based on CD203c Expression in the Diagnosis of Fish Allergy

Imakiire R, Fujisawa T, Nagao M, Tokuda R, Hattori T, Kainuma K, Kawano Y

Purpose: The basophil activation test (BAT) has been reported to be useful for the diagnosis of various food allergies, such as allergy to peanut, but not to fish. This study...
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Study on the status of food allergy management and importance-performance analysis about precautions of food allergy in school foodservice according to the school types in Jeonbuk area

Kim JY, Rho JO

Purpose: This study examined the status of food allergy management and importance-performance analysis (IPA) between elementary, and middle and high school employees in school foodservice. Methods: The participants were employees in...
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Association between Vitamin D and Allergic Disease and Cataract in Korean Adults

Jeon Y, Song Y

Background: “Vitamin D hypothesis” is a recently suggested theory that the allergic diseases caused by immunodeficiency develop due to Vitamin D deficiency. Moreover, vitamin D is reportedly associated with cataracts,...
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Drug Allergy in Children: What Should We Know?

Park JS, Suh DI

The drug allergy “label” may have a lifetime of consequences for a child. Many children with alleged drug allergies are proven to be tolerant to the culprit medication when challenged....
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Atopic Patients Who Fulfilled Rome III Criteria for Irritable Bowel Syndrome Had Higher Animal Danders Sensitization

Siah KTH, Santosa A, Cheung CKY, Soh AYS, Bigliardi

  • KMID: 2500684
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2020 Apr;26(2):267-273.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm19181
Background/Aims The relationship between animal exposure and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is debated. Epidemiological studies have shown that atopy is more prevalent in IBS patients and vice versa. We set...
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Causes of food allergy according to age and severity: A recent 10-year retrospective study from a single tertiary hospital

Lee E, Jeong K, Shin YS, Nahm DH, Park HS, Choi HN, Yoon J, Ye YM, Lee S

Purpose: Recent studies of food allergy (FA) at all ages are scanty in Korea. We performed this study to better understand severity-related and age-stratified causes of FA from infants to...
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Helicobacter pylori and Immune-mediated Disorders

Park JY

Recently, many studies have reported the potential association of Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) with various extragastric diseases. H. pylori, a major component of the gastric microbiota, is in symbiosis with...
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