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A case of bronchiolitis obliterans developed after adenovirus type 7 pneumonia

Park HK, Lee SY, Kim YH, Oh PS, Kim JY, Jung YS, Kang C, Kim KN

Bronchiolitis obliterans is a clinical syndrome of chronic obstruction associated with inflammatory changes in the small airways. There are marked variations in the epidemiology of this disease. In childhood, bronchiolitis...
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A case of esophagitis and p erinatal cytomegalovirus infection

Song YJ, Lee KS, Ma SH

Congenital and perinatal CMV infection is the most common congenital/perinatal viral infection. Only 5 to 10% of affected patients has symptoms, and outcomes are highly vari-able. Gastrointestinal involvement is not...
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Agammaglobulinemia in a 8-year-old boy with recurrent pneumococcal infection and his elder brother

Chung SH, Ahn YJ, Kim SY, Cho BS, Kim SD

Patients with primary immunodeficiencies often have symptoms of their disease for months or years before diagnosis and treatment. This is partly because these disorders are relatively uncommon and the infections...
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A case of amebiasis in the newborn period

Park JY, Bae SY, Kim DH, Choi CH, Cho EY, Choi JH, Kim SM

Entamoeba histolytica (E. histolytica) is a worldwide protozoan parasite causing a wide rage of intestinal disease in human, including asymptomatic cyst carriage, acute diarrhea, fulminant dysentery, and chronic nondysenteric colitis....
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Three cases of atypically presented group A streptococcal infections

Yeo YK, Lee EH, Ko KM, Jae SJ, Kim TY, Lee J, Kim YK

Streptococcus pyogenes, which is classified to Group A streptococcus (GAS), is one of the most common bacterial pathogens of the childhood infection. This organism can cause acute bacterial pharyngitis, impetigo,...
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Expression of lewis antigen in gastric mucosa of child ren with Helicobacter pylori infection

Chung JY, Lim SJ, Han TH

PURPOSE: Lewis antigen has been known to have a role in the attachment of H. pylori to the gastric mucosa, but its expression pattern in children with H. pylori infection...
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Evaluation of a rapid diagnostic kit “BIOLINE RSV™” for the detection of respiratory syncytial virus

Kim SH, Sung JY, Yang MA, Eun BW, Lee JA, Choi EH, Lee HJ

PURPOSE: This study was performed to evaluate a new rapid diagnostic kit (BIOLINE RSVâ„¢; Standard Diagnostics Inc., Yongin, Korea), a lateral-flow immunoassay, in the detection of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)...
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A clinical review of community acquired methicillin resistant staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome

Heo SY, Song YJ, Kim SJ, Park SY, Kang DC, Ma SH

PURPOSE: Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome (4S) is a well known disease defined by clinical, microbiological and histological criteria caused by Staphylococcus aureus. This disease is uncommon but has been increasingly...
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Clinical features of human metapneumovirus infection in children with acute respiratory tract infections

Lee JS, Seo HJ, Woo JJ, Jang SH, Lee JA, Song MO, Park HY, Ahn YM

PURPOSE: Human metapneumovirus (hMPV) is a newly identified paramyxovirus that causes a variety of clinical syndromes in children, including upper and lower respiratory tract illnesses. hMPV is considered an ubiquitous...
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Human coronavirus infection in hospitalized children with community-acquired pneumonia

Chung JY, Han TH, Kim SW, Koo JW, Hwang ES

PURPOSE: Human coronanviruses (hCovs) including hCoV-229E and hCoV-OC43 have been known as etiologic agents of the common colds and were regarded as clinically insignificant agents. However, recent identification of hCoV-NL63...
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Henoch-Schönlein purpura associated with Mycoplasma infection

Kim HW, Kim YD, Kim WK, Lee CG

PURPOSE: The cause and pathogenesis of Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP) are unknown, but recently the hypothesis that immunoglobulin A may have an important role in the pathogenesis of HSP is being...
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Parental response, recognition and management about fever in children

Kim E, Hur JK

PURPOSE: Fever, the most common presenting symptom in pediatric clinics, has been believed to be a dangerous symptom by many parents. Proper recognition about fever will relieve unnecessary anxiety of...
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A study about the relation between elevated transaminase level and severity of viral lower respiratory tract infection in children

Lee CH, Shin SH, Lee JW, Sung TJ, Kim SG, Lee KM

PURPOSE: Viral respiratory tract infection is most common cause for admission to hospital in children. There are many cases with elevated transaminase level in patients with viral lower respiratory tract...
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The etiology of neonatal bacterial meningitis in Busan, Korea

Kim SH, Park HJ, Park SE, Hong YR, Lee YA, Shin JB

PURPOSE: Neonatal bacterial meningitis has been known that its mortality and morbidity is high and its neurologic complications are common. This study was performed to review of the etiology of...
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Recent trends in anti-vaccine movement and future directions

Kim JH

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Reimmunization of varicella vaccination: Pros and cons

Oh SH

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The necessity of expansion of National Immunization Program coverage and outcomes of the demonstration project

Kang JH

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Prevention is now a reality : reducing the burden of cervical cancer and other HPV disease through vaccination

Sylvester

OBJECTIVE: The lifetime risk of HPV infection exceeds 50%. HPV infection causes cervical cancer; a subset of vulvar and vaginal cancers; cervical, vulvar, and vaginal dysplastic lesions; and genital warts....
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Epidemiology of norovirus infection in Korea

Jee YM

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Infectious pathogenesis of Kawasaki disease

Cha SH

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