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A Case of Type 1 Herpes Simplex Virus Encephalitis Detected by Polymerase Chain Reaction

Park DY, Lee JS, Lee YH, Sohn YM

Herpes simplex virus(HSV) infections of the CNS are associated with significant morbidity and mortality even when appropriate antiviral therapy is administered. HSV infections of the brain can be subdivided into...
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A Case of Epstein Barr Virus-Associated Hemophagocytic Syndrome Confirmed by mRNA In Situ Hybridization and Polymerase Chain Reaction

Kim CH, Yang CH, Sohn YM, Kim H

Virus associated hemophagocytic syndrome(VAHS), a class II histiocytosis syndrome, is characterized by high fever, liver dysfunction, coagulation abnormalities, and generalized histiocytic proliferation with marked hemophagocytosis in bone marrow and lymph...
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A Case of Cryptococcal Lymphadenitis Mimicking Lymphoma

Kim BM, Min KS, Kim JW, Kim KN, Ryoo KY

Cryptococcosis is a rare in normal child and the majority of cases usually occur in patients with defective cell-mediated immunity. Infection is acquired by inhalation of organisms from the environment...
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Changes of Measles Specific IgG in the Sera of Children after Birth

Lee KM, Yoon KC, Kim SJ, Cho SC, Kim JS

PURPOSE: The incidence of measles was gradually decreased since 1963 when measles vaccination was firstly developed and liscenced in the world. But, recently the outbreaks of measles in infants and...
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Mumps & Rubella-specific IgG in MMR Vaccinees

Cheon H, Lee K, Lee Y, Chung J, Tockgo Y

PURPOSE: This study was intended to measure seropositivities and the levels of mumps and rubella-specific IgG of MMR vaccinees over 17 months of age in Korea. MATERIALS AND METHODS: From June...
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A Comparative Study according to Diagnostic Time on Meningitis

Kim TS, Hur JY, Park YH, Jung MG, Kim SW

PURPOSE: Aseptic meningitis is relatively frequent in children and caused mostly by enterovirus. The aim of the present study was to determine the effect of early diagnosis(spinal tapping) on symptom...
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Relation of Sampling Time to the Detection of Enteroviral RNA in Cerebrospinal Fluid from the Patients with Aseptic Meningitis

Lee KM, Park SY, Kang HJ, Lee EH

Aseptic meningitis, the most common infection of the central nervous system, is an acute illness mostly caused by enteroviruses. Cerebrospinal fluid(CSF) has been used for the detection of enteroviral RNA...
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Clinical Review of Pediatric Adenoviral Lower Respiratory Infection

Son JA, Lee SI, Lee NY, Kim JH

PURPOSE: Adenoviruses(Ad) have been shown to play an important role in the etiology of severely acute respiratory diseases, particulary in infants and young children, and the occurrence of fatal outcome...
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A Study of Adenovirus Pneumonia: Early Summer Outbreak in 1996

Kim CK, Chung CY, Kim JS, Lee HJ

The incidence of Adenovirus(AV) pneumonia in children is estimated at 8%. Long-term complications reported with type 7 include hyperleucent lung syndrome, bronchiolitis obliterans and may require several months to recover. We reviewed...
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The Association of Kawasaki Disease and Coxiella burnetii

Kim JW, Lee HY, Lee WY

PURPOSE: Coxiella burnetii is a well-t81own causative agent of granuolmatous inflammation and an inducer of morphological change and transformation of human B lymphocyte in vitro. Coxiella bumetii manifests with several...
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Detection of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus by In Vitro Enzymatic Amplification of MecA and FemA Gene

Park JE, Kim TS, Park SS, Kim ER, Kim IS, Ann IY, Kim YJ, Kim JJ, Kang SO, Park HH

PURPOSE: In the treatment of MRSA infection, rapid detection of MRSA is extremely important. The mecA gene codes the new drug resistant polypeptides called PBP2'which mediates the clinically relevant resistance...
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Antituberculosis Medication in Children

Kim MH, Shin YK, Park SH, Tockgo YC

Tuberculosis in children is an important disease because of higher incidence and mortality, especially in developing and underdeveloped conutries. The objectives of this study were to evaluate the cause of antituberculosis...
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Discordant Rate of Simultaneous Duplicate Throat Swab Culture for Discovering Beta-hemolytic Streptococcal Carrier from Normal School Children

Cha SH, Han MY, Choi YM, Kil YC, Suh JT

PURPOSE: The most patients with acute streptococcal pharyngitis lack of classic clinical manifestations, therefore diagnostic laboratory test such as the throat culture or a rapid antigen detection test are frequently...
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Adverse effects of vaccines

Son YM

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