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A Case Mollaret Meningitis

Jung MK, Sung TJ, Kim JK, Yang EJ, Hong YJ

Mollaret meningitis is a rare syndrome first described by Mollaret in 1944, which is reccurent aseptic meningitis with characteristic clinical and spinal fluid cytologic findings. No etiology has been established....
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Clinical Characteristics of Lymphadenopathy as the Initial Manifestation of Kawasaki Disease

Kim JY, Kim JH, Moon SC, Cho BS, Cha SH

PURPOSE: Kawasaki disease is an acute illness of unknown cause that affects infants and children. Sometimes, cervical lmphadenitis that seems to be caused by bacterial or viral agents at admission...
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Serial Survey on Group A beta-Hemolytic Streptococcal Carrier Rate and Serotyping in Elementary School Children in 1996~1998

Kim JH, Kim JY, Kang HH, Cha SH, Lee YH

PURPOSE: The accuracy of bacteriologic diagnosis of beta-hemolytic streptococcal pharyngotonsillitis depends on the degree of carrier rate in that area where the throat swabs are obtained and the evaluation of...
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5 Years Follow up Study of Anti HBs Titer After Basic Immunization by Recombinant HBV Vaccine

Kim HJ, Lee CY, Hwang KS

PURPOSE: Although there are a lot of the reports about the persistence of anti HBs titer of plasma derives HBV vaccine, it is difficult to find the follow up studies...
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Tow-Year Follow-up Study for Clinical Feature and Immunity of The Children, Vaccinated by 47 Passaged Oka Strain Live Attenuated Varicella Vaccine

Kang JH, Kim JH, Hur JK, Woo K

PURPOSE: We previously reported the short-term immunogenecity and safety of 47 passaged Oka strain live attenuated varicella vaccine in healthy children in 1997. Now, we conducted this two-year follow-up study...
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Immunogenicity and Reactogenicity of Inactivated HM175 Strain Hepatitis A Vaccine in Healthy Korean Children

Kim CH, Pyun BY, Hong YJ, Kang JH

PURPOSE: Active immunization against hepatitis A with an inactivated vaccine reveals excellent immunogenicity, tolerability and protective efficacy. Inactivated hepatitis A vaccines have been selectively used since 1996 in Korea to...
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Comparison of Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay with Reverse Transcription-polymerase Chain Reaction for Identification of Rotavirus in Neonates

Kim SE, Kim MO, Park SY, Jung WJ, Ma SH, Kim YJ, Kim SJ

PURPOSE: Rotavirus is a most common etiologic agent of pediatric gastroenteritis. The standard method to diagnose rotavirus infection was the detection of viral particles in specimens through electron microscopy. But...
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Distribution of Rotavirus and Adenovirus Type 40 and 41 in Chungju Area from 1998 to 1999

Kwon JB, Sim JG

PURPOSE: Acute diarrhea in one of the most important diseases in children with high morbidity and mortality worldwide. Most of acute diarrhea is induced by viruses. Rotavirus and adenovirus are...
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Adenoviral Lower Respiratory Tract Infection of Children in Korea from 1990 Through 1998

Hong JY, Lee HJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to know the clinical manifestations and the severity of adenoviral lower respiratory tract infections(LRTI) in Korean children. METHODS: Adenoviral respiratory infection was diagnosed by...
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Nucleotide Sequence Analysis of the Hemagglutinin-Neuraminidase Gene of Urabe AM-9 Strain

Lee JY, Kim JH, Lee JS, Park JH, Sohn YM

PURPOSE: Urabe AM-9 strain was known to be associated with increased aseptic meningitis. The reason for high incidence of vaccine-associated meningitis was known that nucleotide(nt) substituted form G to A...
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