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Domestic Dog and Cat Bites: Epidemiology and Analysis of 823 Cases over the Last 5 Years

Lee KJ, You Y, Kim YW, Lee DC, Koh SH, Kim JS, Roh SY, Hong MK

BACKGROUND: In response to the increasing incidence of bite injuries along with the growing population of household pets in Korea, this study aims to assess the morbidity of dog and...
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Biphasic Anaphylaxis and Delayed onset Cerebellar Ataxia following a Wasp Sting

Jeong H, Jung S, Yoon C, Cho E, Yang TW, Park KJ

Anaphylaxis usually develop immediately after wasp sting, but may develop even after few days later. Neurological complications after stings are uncommon, although several cases have been reported involving central and/or...
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A Report of Two Case of Ocular Toxicity Resulting from Direct or Indirect Bee Venom

Lee CH, Lee CH, Chang MH, Seo YS

PURPOSE: To report a patient stung by a bee, who was diagnosed with sterile endopthalmitis and another patient diagnosed with optic neuritis, with decreasing visual acuity, after refined bee venom...
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A case of hair dye-induced contact anaphylaxis

Shin SM, Lee Y, Moon H, Kim SA, Oh JH, Chung S, Shim JS, Kang HR

Anaphylaxis is a sudden-onset life-threatening systemic hypersensitivity reaction. Allergens, such as foods, stinging insect venoms, and drugs, are the globally important causative factors for anaphylaxis. Para-phenylenediamine (PPD), an aromatic amine,...
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Insect Bite-Like Reaction with Bullous Lesions Mimicking Bullous Pemphigoid in a Patient with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

Kim JE, Kim SC

Patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) rarely exhibit an exaggerated insect bite-like reaction without a history of an arthropod bite. We report a case of an insect bite-like reaction in...
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Clinical analysis of rabies post-exposure prophylaxis for animal bite in emergency department

Kim DI, Yeo W, Park T, Kwon J

OBJECTIVE: This study examined patients who visited the emergency department of a national medical center equipped with rabies vaccine and rabies immunoglobulin to confirm whether the treatment for rabies vaccination...
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Guillain-barré Syndrome after Multiple Bee Stings

Jin SC

Severe systemic responses including neurologic complications such as myasthenia gravis, myeloradiculopathy, optic neuropathy, parkinsonism, stroke and Guillain-barré syndrome can occur after bee stings. This case describes a 78-year-old female who...
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The Evaluation of Contact Sensitivity with Standard and Cosmetic Patch Test Series in Rosacea Patients

Erdogan HK, Bulur I, Saracoglu , Bilgin M

BACKGROUND: Rosacea is a common dermatosis characterized by erythema, telangiectasia, papules and pustules. OBJECTIVE: We aimed to evaluate contact sensitivity in the rosacea patients. METHODS: We included 65 rosacea patients and 60...
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Venom allergy, risk factors for systemic reactions and the knowledge levels among Turkish beekeepers

Ediger D, Terzioglu , Ozturk RT

BACKGROUND: Allergic reactions developing after bee sting can be severe and life-threatening. According to epidemiological data, serious systemic reactions range between 1.2%–3%, and this is 2–3 times higher (6%) in...
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Rhabdomyolysis and diabetic ketoacidosis after bee sting: A case report

Shin SH, Bae SH, Jung HJ, Lee SA, Kim SW, Chang HH, Park HK, Lee JM, Kim S

Bee stings result in diverse clinical manifestations from localized pain, rash to life-threatening systemic allergic reactions or toxic reactions. Toxic reactions include skin necrosis, pancreatitis, acute renal failure, hemolysis or...
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Analysis of Poisoning Patients Using 2016 ED Based Injury in-depth Surveillance Data

Chung SP, Lee MJ, Kang H, Oh BJ, Kim H, Kim YW, Chun BJ, Kim KH

PURPOSE: Some advanced countries have reported annual statistics for poisoning based on data from poison control centers. This study was conducted to propose a baseline format and statistics of poisoning...
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Short-, Intermediate-, and Long-Term Changes in Basophil Reactivity Induced by Venom Immunotherapy

Rodríguez Trabado A, Cámara Hijón C, Ramos Cantariño A, Romero-Chala S, García-Trujillo JA, Fernández Pereira LM

PURPOSE: The basophil activation test (BAT) has been used to monitor venom immunotherapy (VIT) due to its high specificity. A previous study has reported a good correlation between a significant...
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Clinicoepidemiological Features of Melasma in Korean Patients at Five University Hospitals: A Cross-sectional Multicenter Study

Lee MH, Noh TK, Lee JH, Roh MR, Na JI, Jung EC, Ko JY, Chang SE

  • KMID: 2350766
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2016 Aug;54(7):532-537.
BACKGROUND: Melasma is a common acquired hyperpigmentation disorder that predominantly affects the face. It frequently occurs in women with darker skin types and severely impacts quality of life. OBJECTIVE: To characterize...
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Unusual reaction to Hymenoptera stings

In SH, Shin YC, Hwang EK, You HW, Kim JI, Park JH, Jang AS

Reactions to Hymenoptera stings are classified into local reactions, large local reactions, systemic anaphylactic reactions, systemic toxic reactions, and unusual reactions. They are also classified into immediate and delayed reactions....
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Differential diagnosis of tropical diseases in travelers

Yeom JS

Travel-related health problems such as febrile illness have been reported in many travelers going to developing countries. With the emergence of new infectious diseases occurring in many parts of the...
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AKI and Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy after Bee Venom-induced Anaphylaxis

Cheon MJ, Yoon BW, Song Y, Lee CK, Lee TY, Cho IS, Hong JY

Bee venom-induced anaphylaxis usually causes urticaria, angioedema, respiratory distress, nausea, and vomiting. Occasionally, it leads to unusual complications such as acute myocardial infarction, takotsubo cardiomyopathy, arrhythmia, rhabdomyolysis, intravascular hemolysis, and...
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Lower limb ischemia after bee sting

Ryu HY, Yoo MS, Park JY, Choi JW, Ryu SK, Kim S, Lee SJ, Kim YB

Bee sting causes mild symptoms such as urticaria and localized pain, and severe symptoms including anaphylaxis, cardiovascular collapse, and death. We reported on a patient with arterial thrombotic occlusion and...
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Prognosis of Ocular Injury Caused by Wasp Sting: Case Reports

Kim HJ, Shin JH, Moon SW

PURPOSE: In the present study, the prognosis of ocular injury caused by a wasp sting was evaluated in two cases: Case 1 was treated by anterior chamber irrigation and Case...
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Identification of Pasteurella canis in a Soft Tissue Infection Caused by a Dog Bite: The First Report in Korea

Kim B, Pai H, Lee KH, Lee Y

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Osteomyelitis following Domestic Animal Bites to the Hand: Two Case Reports and Practical Guidelines

Lim JS, Byun JH, Min KH, Lee HK, Choi YS

Recently, the number of cases of animal bite wounds has increased significantly in concordance with an increase in the pet population around the world. The authors report two rare cases...
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