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Escherichia coli O157:H7 Infection

Kang JH

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Principles of hypothesis testing II

Lee HK

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A Case of Ceftriaxone Associated Biliary Sludge

Yoon JK, Lee HH, Shin YK, Choung JT, Tockgo YC

Ceftriaxone, an effective third generation cephalosporin with a wide range of antimicrobial activity, has become widely used by pediatricians for a variety of bacterial infections including meningitis. It has been...
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Two Cases of Hand-Foot-Mouth Disease with Neurologic Manifestations

Park KK, Choi SD, Chung SY, Suh BK, Kang JH

Hand-Foot-Mouth disease, which has a various enanthem-exanthem complex at the tongue, buccal mucosa, hands and feats and buttock area with febrile illness, is usually caused by Coxscakie virus type A(16)....
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A Case of Ramsay Hunt Syndrome with Aseptic Meningitis

Yi YY, Choi SD, Jeung SY, Suh BK, Kang JH

Ramsay Hunt syndrome is a viral associated disease with severe otalgia, vertigo, fever, herpetic eruptions on either side of the external auditory meatus and cavum concha, ipsilateral facial nerve palsy...
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A 2 years-old Male with Malaria

Chung SJ, Yang YJ, Kim SK, Hong YJ, Son BK, Cho BW, Chung MH

Malaria, caused by any of four species of protozoan parasites of the genus Plasmodium, is charaterized by high fever, anemia and splenomegaly. Although malaria is a cause of significant morbidity...
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Two Cases of Re-emerging Indigenous Malaria in Korean Children

Kwak YH, Choi SE, Na SY, Lee HJ, Chae CI

Malaria is a febrile disease caused by protozoan parasites, genus Plasmodium. In Korea., indigenous malaria has been believed to be eradicated by 1984, and, thereafter, all of the reported cases...
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A Case of Malaria Occurred in Child Living in Seoul

Shin SH, Oh PS, Kim YJ, Kim MR, Choi HJ, Yoon HS, Park MJ, Kim HT

Malaria due to Plasmodium vivax had been known as an indigenous protozoan disease in Korea. However, massive use of insecticides and improvement of sanitation for several decades have led to...
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Aspergillus Brain Access in a “healthy” Child

Lee YD, Son JA, Kim JY, Ahn DH

A 13-year-old male with normal immunity presented with Aspergillus brain abscess manifestating as frontal headache and fever. T2-weight magnetic resonance imaging revealed a hypointense lesion in the right fronto-temporo-parietal lobe...
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A Case of Henoch-Schönlein Purpura Associated with Mycoplasma Pneumoniae Pneumonia

Kim JJ, Cha JK, Lee KH, Yoon HS

We experienced a case of Henoch-Schönlein purpura associated with Mycoplasma pneumoniae pneumonia in a 28 month old male who suffered from cough, abdominal pain and both leg swelling and pain....
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Usability of Urinary Reagent Strips in Diagnosis of Meningitis

Jeong JY, Park SK

PURPOSE: Rapid diagnosis and prompt treatment remain the cornerstone of management of patients with meningitis. Examination of cerebrospinal fluid(CSF) for glucose, protein, cells, and organisms is necessary for accurate diagnosis,...
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The Immunogenicity and Safety Study of 47 Passaged Oka Strain Live Attenuated Varicella Vaccine in Healthy Children

Kang JH, Kim JH, Suh BK

PURPOSE: We performed this study to find out short period humoral immunogenicity and safety of 47 passaged Oka strain live attenuated varicella vaccine(1,400PFU) in 12 months to 15 years aged...
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A Seroepidemiological Study on Hepatitis B Vaccination Program -In Elementary School Student from Kyonggi-Do Province-

Lee SY, Choi B, Shin YJ, Bang KN, Ki M, Park HB, Yoon JD, Lee KC, Youn BJ

PURPOSE: To evaluate the hepatitis B vaccination program which has been conducted since 1980, Korea. METHODS: This study was carry out self reported questionnaire and serologic test covering 2,072 elementary school...
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A Seroepidemiologic Study of Hepatitis A Virus in the Healthy Children and Adolescent in Kyonggi-do Province

Roh HO, Sohn YM, Park MS, Choi B, Bang KN, Ki M, Kim JH

PURPOSE: The incidence of hepatitis A virus(HAV) infection has markedly decreased in the last 20 years due to industrialization and improvements in the standard of living and hygiene in Korea....
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Mumps and Rubella Specific IgG in Unvaccinated Infants

Cheon HW, Shin YK, Lee KH, Choung JT, Tockgo YC

PURPOSE: To evaluate the postnatal changes of serum levels of mumps- and rubella-specific IgG antibody in unvaccinated infants, this study was performed using enzyme linked immunosorbent assay(ELISA). The sera were...
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Oropharyngeal Carriage and Antimicrobial Resistance of S. pneumoniae in Children of Seoul

Kim YK, Lee CK

PURPOSE: The antimicrobial resistance of S. pneumoniae has encountered with increasing frequency from around the world. In our country, penicillin resistant strains of S. penumococci are rapidly increasing. It has...
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Diagnostic Methods Used in the Bone Infections in Children

Lee ES, Choi KH

PURPOSE: To prevent residual physical disability and chronic infection, prompt diagnosis and adequate treatment are important in the skeletal infections in children. Although radioisotope scanning is known as the method...
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Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus

Kim SM

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