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Group A Streptococcal Meningitis Occurring in a Heathy 43-day-old Infant

Cho SM, Park SY, Lee SY, Choi SR, Jeong DC, Chung SY, Kang JH

Group A Streptococcus(GAS) is one of the most common cause of pediatric infection. Although known invasive GAS infections such as, meningitis, pneumonia and osteomyelitis are rare, there has been an...
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Two Cases of Severe Eczema Herpeticum after Herbal Medication in Children with Atopic Dermatitis

Kim JM, Lee SY, Kim YH, Shin EW, Jang WY, Oh PS, Kim KN

It has been known that the eczema herpeticum is the one of most severe skin manifestation of external herpetic infection. It is developed by skin infection of Herpes simplex Virus(HSV)...
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Three Cases of Aseptic Meningitis Following the Use of Intravenous Immune Globulin

Lee JH, Song EK, Lee JA, Kim NH, Kim DH, Park KW, Choi EH, Lee HJ

Intravenous immune globulin(IVIG) is widely used for immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), Kawasaki disease and other autoimmune neuromuscular disease. Aseptic meningitis was one of the most serious neurologic complications reported following...
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A Recent 10-Year Clinical and Epidemiological Study on Zoster under 20 Years Old

Mok HR, Park SY, Lee SY, Choi SR, Jeong DC, Chung SY, Kim JH, Hur JK, Kang JH

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study is to investigate the epidemiology and clinical characteristics of herpes zoster in children and adolescents in Korea and to delineate the effects of varicella...
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Age Related Prevalence of Antibodies to Hepatitis A Virus, Performed in Korea in 2005

Choi HJ, Lee SY, Ma SH, Kim JH, Hur JK, Kang JH

PURPOSE: Hepatitis A viral infections have been continued after re-emerging since mid 1990s in Korea. The incidence of this disease has been increased in young adults younger than 30 years...
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Clinical Characteristics of Orbital Cellulitis in Children

Lee YJ, Choi KM, Kim DS

PURPOSE: Ocular adnexal and orbital infections are broadly divided into preseptal(periorbital) and postseptal(orbital) cellulitis by orbital septum. In this study, we investigated the difference between periorbital and orbital cellulitis regarding...
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Genome Type Analysis of Adenovirus Serotypes 1, 2 and 5 Isolated from Children with Lower Respiratory Tract Infections in Korea

Park KW, Choi EH, Choun JT, Lee HJ, Park KH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine the molecular epidemiology and genetic variability of adenovirus(Ad) serotypes Ad1, Ad2, and Ad5 over 14 years in Korea. METHODS: A total of...
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The Bacterial Colonization of Burn Wound and the Changes of Antibiotic Susceptibility in Childhood Burn (January, 1999~December, 2002)

Kim JM, Lee SY, Kim YH, Shin EW, Oh PS, Kim KN, Lee KM, Oh SJ

PURPOSE: Children occupy a large proportion of burn victims. So we want to aid to pediatric burn care through the understanding of the bacterial distribution in burn wounds and antibiotic...
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The Clinical Aspects of Acute Septic Arthritis and Acute Osteomyelitis in Children

Kim JM, Lee SY, Kim YH, Shin EW, Oh PS, Kim KN

PURPOSE: Acute septic arthritis and acute osteomyelitis are not rare diseases in pediatric population. But when the diagnosis is delayed or inappropriate treatments are given, permanent disabilities of joint or...
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Epidemiology and Clinical Features of Invasive Pneumococcal Infections in Children

Song EK, Lee JH, Kim NH, Lee JA, Kim DH, Park KW, Choi EH, Lee HJ

PURPOSE: To characterize the epidemiology and clinical features of invasive pneumococcal infections in Korean children. METHODS: One hundred ninety four cases of invasive pneumococcal infections diagnosed at the Seoul National University...
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A Comparative Study of Mycoplasma pneumoniae Pneumonia according to Age

Nahm CH, Cho EY, Lee KY, Kang JH, Lee BC

PURPOSE: We investigated the clinical manifestations, radiographic and laboratory findings of children with M. pneumoniae pneumonia(MP) according to their age. METHODS: A total of 75 children with MP who admitted to...
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Efficacy and Cost Benefits of Rapid Antigen Detection Test for Group A Streptococci Obtained from Acute Pharyngitis in Children

Youn S, Chung HJ, Kim YH, Choi JD, Lee SH, Min JS, Jung SY, Jung SK, Ahn BM, Lee HJ, Cha SH

PURPOSE: It has been known that the diagnostic confirmation of group A streptococcal pharyngitis is accompanied with the results of throat culture and/or rapid antigen detection test(RADT). This study was...
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Clinical Characteristics of the Epidemic Mycoplasma pneumoniae Pneumonia Outbreak in 2003~2004

Kwon HO, Park SI, Lee JH

PURPOSE: A wide, epidemic outbreak of M. pneumoniae pneumonia occurred throughout Korea in late 2003. Compared with previous years, the 2003 outbreak resulted in more severe cases and in an...
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Prevalence of Antibodies to Human Herpesvirus 8 in Children

Han TH, Chung JY, Kim SW

PURPOSE: Human herpsevirus 8(HHV-8), a gamma herpsevirus, was initially identified from Kaposi sarcoma(KS) lesions and has been known to be associated with several malignancies including Kaposi sarcoma. HHV-8 seroprevalence is...
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C-reactive Protein Level in a Variety of Infectious Diseases

Kim HJ, You JH, Lee KY

PURPOSE: We evaluated the C-reactive protein(CRP), white blood cell(WBC) and neutrophil levels in the various infectious diseases in a single hospital. METHODS: A total of 640 medical records of children with...
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