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Evaluation of the Toxicity of Sugammadex in Zebrafish Larvae

Kim WY, Kim YH, Lee JY, Kim JH, Min TJ

BACKGROUND: Sugammadex is a new neuromuscular blockade reversal agent. Recently, it has been used in patients under general anesthesia. However, sugammadex could be toxic to fetuses and pediatric patients under...
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Induction of cell deathin early developmental phase of zebrafish treated with diethylnitrosamine

Kang JS

The purpose of this study was to investigate diethylnitrosamine (DEN)-induced liver damage in zebrafish. Zebrafish larvae were divided into five groups after seventy-two hours fertilization: group 1 (G1) as control,...
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Hepatic Hydatid Disease Causing Gastric Ulcer as a Rare Complication

Cho E, Shin SS, Kim GE

Hydatid disease in humans is a parasitic disease typically caused by the larvae of Echinococcus granulosus. Although the disease can occur in any body part, it most frequently affects the...
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A Case of Chronic Strongyloidiasis with Recurrent Hyperinfection

Park K, Kim MS, Chang J, Kim EJ, Yoo C, Kim MJ, Sung H, Kim MN

Strongyloides stercoralis is an intestinal nematode that often causes chronic diarrhea and may develop severe complicated form of hyperinfection or disseminated infection in immunocompromised patients. Here, we report a case...
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Molecular Identification of Anisakis Larvae Extracted by Gastrointestinal Endoscopy from Health Check-up Patients in Korea

Song H, Jung BK, Cho J, Chang T, Huh S, Chai JY

Anisakiasis is a zoonotic disease induced by anisakid nematodes, and endoscopic inspection is used for a diagnosis or remedy for it. Anisakis simplex, Anisakis physeteris, and Pseudoterranova decipiens had been...
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Breast Sparganosis Presenting with a Painless Breast Lump: Report of Two Cases

Oh MY, Kim KE, Kim MJ, Chu A, Lee JY, Park JH, Kim J, Hwang KT

Sparganosis is a parasitic infestation caused by sparganum, a plerocercoid tapeworm larva of the genus Spirometra. Since the first case of human sparganosis reported in 1908, sparganosis has been a...
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A Case of Cutaneous Sparganosis Masquerading as Cutaneous Larva Migrans

Jeong GJ, Han HS, Hong SJ, Kim MN

  • KMID: 2446933
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Mar;57(3):172-173.
No abstract available.
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Anisakidosis

Kim HU

Anisakidosis is a term that collectively refers to a human infection caused by larvae of the family Anisakidae. Because Anisakis simplex was the main cause, it was originally called anisakiasis...
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A Research on the Shamanistic Medical Activities as Seen in the Recipes for Fifty-two Ailments (五十二病方) Written in the Mawangdui (馬王堆) Silk Manuscript

Cho Y

The main thesis of this research is to discuss the shamanistic medical activities as seen in the Recipes for Fifty-two Ailments written in the Mawangdui Silk Manuscript, to corroborate them...
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Anisakid Larvae from Anchovies in the South Coast of Korea

Chang T, Jung BK, Hong S, Shin H, Lee J, Patarwut L, Chai JY

Anisakiasis (anisakidosis) refers to a foodborne zoonosis caused by ingesting raw or undercooked marine fish or cephalopods infected with anisakid larvae. The present study was performed to investigate the prevalence...
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Four Year Surveillance of the Vector Hard Ticks for SFTS, Ganghwa-do, Republic of Korea

Kim-Jeon M, Jegal S, Jun H, Jung H, Park SH, Ahn SK, Lee J, Gong YW, Joo K, Kwon MJ, Roh JY, Lee WG, Bahk YY, Kim TS

The seasonal abundance of hard ticks that transmit severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome virus was monitored with a collection trap method every April to November during 2015–2018 and with a...
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Molecular Genetic Findings of Spirometra decipiens and S. ranarum in Korea

Jeon HK, Huh S, Sohn WM, Chai JY, Eom KS

The taxonomy of Spirometra species has been controversial despite the medical and veterinary importance. Currently, only a few Spirometra species are considered valid species in the genus Spirometra. In the...
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Research Progress on Leptotrombidium deliense

Lv Y, Guo XG, Jin DC

This article reviews Leptotrombidium deliense, including its discovery and nomenclature, morphological features and identification, life cycle, ecology, relationship with diseases, chromosomes and artificial cultivation. The first record of L. deliense...
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Anisakiasis Induced Segmental Jejunum Obstruction

Kim BH, Park HU, Park SK, Jeon SM, Jung CW, Son CM, Choi HW, Kim HS

Human anisakiasis is a disease caused by an infestation of the third stage larvae of family anisakidae. The ingested larvae invade the gastrointestinal wall, causing clinical symptoms that include abdomen...
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Toxocara canis Mimicking a Metastatic Omental Mass from Sigmoid Colon Cancer: A Case Report

Kim HG, Yang JW, Hong SC, Lee YJ, Ju YT, Jeong CY, Lee JK, Kwag SJ

Toxocara canis is an important roundworm of canids and a fearsome animal parasite of humans. Human infections can lead to syndromes called visceral larva migrans (VLM), ocular larva migrans, neurotoxocariasis,...
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Hepatic Toxocariasis with Atypical CT and MR Imaging Findings: a Case Report

Shin HS, Shin KS, Lee JE, Min JH, You SK, Shin BS

Hepatic toxocariasis is a type of visceral larva migrans caused by the migration of second-stage larvae of certain nematodes such as Toxocara canis to the liver. Histologically, the condition is...
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A Case of Cutaneous Myiasis Caused by Cordylobia anthropophaga Larvae in a Korean Traveler Returning from Central Africa

Ko JY, Lee IY, Park BJ, Shin JM, Ryu JS

The cutaneous myiasis has been rarely reported in the Republic of Korea. We intended to describe here a case of furuncular cutaneous myiasis caused by Cordylobia anthropophaga larvae in a...
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Spermidine Protects against Oxidative Stress in Inflammation Models Using Macrophages and Zebrafish

Jeong JW, Cha HJ, Han MH, Hwang SJ, Lee DS, Yoo JS, Choi IW, Kim S, Kim HS, Kim GY, Hong SH, Park C, Lee HJ, Choi YH

Spermidine is a naturally occurring polyamine compound that has recently emerged with anti-aging properties and suppresses inflammation and oxidation. However, its mechanisms of action on anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects have...
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A Case of Thelazia callipaeda Infestation with Preseptal Cellulitis

Lee DH, Park SH, Yu HS, Lee JE

PURPOSE: To report a case of Thelazia callipaeda infection with preseptal cellulitis. CASE SUMMARY: A 24-year-old female presented with symptoms of conjunctival injection and ocular pain in her left eye and...
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Morphological and Molecular Characterization of Toxocara tanuki (Nematoda: Ascaridae) from Korean Raccoon Dog, Nyctereutes procyonoides koreensis

Alexander , Lim CW, Kim B, Hong EJ, Kim HC, Park BK

Present study was performed to describe the morphological and molecular characterization of Toxocara tanuki (Nematoda: Ascaridae) from Korean raccoon dog, Nyctereutes procyonoides koreensis, naturally infected in the Republic of Korea...
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