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Management of fever in infants presenting without the localizing sign

Hong YJ

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Analysis of classified data I

Lee HK

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A Case of Cerebral Infarction Associated with Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection

Ahn YJ, Choi KC, Yang ES, Park YB, Park SK, Moon KR, Kim YS

Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection is usually confined to the respiratory tract but it can cause a variety of extrapulmonary manifestations such as rashes, myalgia, hemolytic anemia, cerebral infarction, transverse myelitis, cerebellar...
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A Case of Cold Agglutinin Hemolytic Anemia Complicating Mycoplasma pneumoniae Pneumonia in Children

Jo SO, Park HJ

Hemolytic anemia doe to cold agglutinin disease is a known complication of Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection but is rarely observed, particularly in children. A case of Mycoplasma pneumonia complicated with hemolytic...
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A Case of Flavobacterium Indologenes Meningitis in Neonate

Lee YJ, Kim JH, Koh DK, Kang JH, Kim SY, Yoon SH

Flavobacterium species are nonfastidious, oxidase-positive gram-negative rods that do not ferment glucose. These organism are widely distributed in nature and in hospital environments. In past, one of flavobacteria, Flavobacterium indologenes,...
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A Case of Late Onset Group B Streptococcal Sepsis with the Complication of Subclavian Vein Catheterization

Kim WK, Kim MR, Kim DH, Lee HR, Park CY, Hwang DH

Group B Streptococcal sepsis and/or meningitis is one of the most serious and common diseases in the neonatal period with high mortality and frequent complications. We have experienced a case...
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Recurrent Bacterial Meningitis Secondary to Cochlear Aplasia, Right and Acquired Cribriform Plate Defect due to Trauma

Chang SH, Kim SJ, Kim JS

Recurrent meningitis in children is not only a potentially life threatening condition, but often involves the child in the trauma though repeated hospital admissions and multiple invasive investigations to find...
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5 Cases of Staphylococcal Pneumonia in Infancy

Kim JW, Kim IK, Sung H, Choi CH

Staphylococcal pneumonia caused by staphylococcus aureus can be characterized by its severity and rapid progress as a bacterial infection. The disease shows a high mortality in younger patients, especially in...
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A Study of the Level of Cardiac Troponin 1 in Patients with Clinically Suspected Acute Myocarditis Treated with Intravenous Gammaglobulin

Kim MS, Lee YO, Chun YA

PURPOSE: We have studied the changes of cardiac troponin I(cTnI) level and left ventricular ejection fraction(LVEF) before and after treatment of IVGG to evaluate the efficacy of single high dose...
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Adenovirus Pneumonia with Respiratory Failure in Pediatric Patients

Do SS, Ma SH, Park JS, Lee YH, Lee HJ, Lee GM

PURPOSE: Cases of adenoviral penumonia with rapidly progressive clinical course were experienced. We reviewed these patients in viewpoint of clinical manifestation and adenoviral serotypes. METHODS: Culture and indirect immunofluorescence for respiratory...
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Analysis of Immunogenicity after Hepatitis B Vaccination in Korea by Literature Review

Roh HO, Lee WG, Sohn YM

PURPOSE: Although hepatitis B vaccine has been available to general population in Korea since 1983, it was difficult to compare various types of hepatitis B virus(HBV) vaccines primarily due to...
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Prevalence of Antibodies to Hepatitis A in the Healthy Children in Inchon-Kyunggi Prefecture

Kwon YS, Hong YJ, Choe YH, Kim SK, Son BK, Kang MS, Pai SH, Hong KS

PURPOSE: The incidence of hepatitis A virus infection in Korea has decreased recently. However, the prevalence in children and young adults is on an increasing trend in Inchon-Kyunggi prefecture. Economic...
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Epidemiological Changes and Clinical Features of Hepatitis A in Children, Living in Kyung-gi Province, Since 1988 to 1998

Kim H, Kim JH, Kim DU, Hur JK, Lee WB, Seo BK, Kang JH

PURPOSE: Worldwidely, the incidence of the hepatitis A has been markedly decreased in the past years. Also in Korea, there has been only a few sporadic cases without evidence of...
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The Study of the Availability of Acute Reactive Markers in Children with Upper Urinary Tract Infection

Lee HY, Lee BH

PURPOSE: The symptom of urinary tract infection in children is non-specific and systemic compared to that of adults. So the diagnosis of UTI in children can be delayed. If UTI...
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Eradication Effect of Penicillin Administration on the Asymptomatic Infections of Group A Streptococci

Jung HJ, Kim SJ

PURPOSE: Asymptomatic infections with positive throat culture for group A beta-hemolytic streptococci(GABHS) and high antistreptolysin O(ASO) concentration may lead to sequelae such as rheumatic fever or acute poststreptococcal glomerulonephritis. Children...
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Superficial mycosis in children

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Neonatal sepsis

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Empirical antibiotic therapy in children

Lee HJ

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