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Septic encephalopathy: Atyp ical clinical manif estations of appendicitis

Lee SY, Seung SJ, Kwak GY, Hwang HS, Chung SY, Kang JH

Septic encephalopathy is defined as brain dysfunction secondary to sepsis. It occurs in septic patients as a manifestation of multi-organ dysfunction. Without evidence of intracranial infection, various extracranial infections causing...
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Trends of hospitalized tuberculosis at a children's hospital during a 20-year period (1988–2007)

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

PURPOSE: According to the 2008 WHO report, incidence, prevalence, and mortality of tuberculosis are decreasing globally. The 7th National Tuberculosis Survey of 1995 in Korea showed that the prevalence of...
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Usefulness of Interferon-γ measurement following stimulation of tuberculosis-sp ecific antig ens for diagnosis of latent tuberculosis infection in children ex posed to pulmonary tuberculosis

Sung JY, Kim JH, Yang MA, Kim SH, Eun BW, Lee J, Kim NH, Park KU, Lee J, Choi EH, Lee HJ

PURPOSE: Whole blood interferon-γ assay was developed and many studies showed its usefulness in diagnosing tuberculosis (TB) including latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI). However, assessment in children has been limited. This...
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Serotype Distribution of Pneumococcus Isolated from the Ear Discharge in Children with Otitis Media in 2001–2006

Lee TJ, Chun JK, Kim KH, Kim KJ, Kim DS

PURPOSE: Better understanding of the epidemiology of Streptococcus pneumoniae affects preventive and therapeutic strategies for children with otitis media. This study was undertaken to examine the prevalence of pneumococcal serotypes...
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Orbital and Periorbital Cellulitis in Children: A Recent 7-Year Clinical Rev iew

Choi JH, Hong SY, Park SS, Cha SH, Kim EJ, Lee J, Chang JK

PURPOSE: Orbital cellulitis is rare, but it could be from the serious complication of sinusitis in children. It is often difficult to distinguish periorbital cellulitis from orbital cellulitis. The purpose...
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Clinical Features of Brain Abscesses in Neonates and Children: A Single Center Experience from 1997 to 2006

Lee TJ, Chun JK, Kim KH, Kim KJ, Kim DS

PURPOSE: We evaluated clinical presentations of brain abscesses, including predisposing factors, causative organisms, and mortality rate in neonates and children. METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed the medical charts of neonates and children...
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Economic evaluation of v accinations - a methodologic review

Chun BC

The basis of the economic evaluation of vaccination is the balance between the use of the resources (input) and the improvements that result from the vaccination (output). Techniques used for...
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Varicella vaccination: Worldwide status and p rovisional updated recommendation in Korea

Choi EH

Varicella is a highly infectious disease caused by the varicella zoster virus. The varicella vaccine was developed by Michiaki Takahashi in Japan in 1974. Despite the worldwide distribution of efficient...
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Clinical ep idemiologic profile of rotavirus infections in Korea

Kang JH

Primary rotavirus gastroenteritis infection usually occurs in infants under 2 years of age worldwide regardless of level of hvgiene, quality of water, food or sanitation or type of behavior. In...
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Immunization schedule recommended by Korean pediatric society, 2008

Lee HJ

Immunizations are among the most cost-effective and widely used public health interventions. This is a report a revision of recommendation of immunization for children by Korean Pediatric Society. Immunization. Vaccines...
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