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Paradoxical Response to Cold Dry Air Provocation according to the Season in Allergic Rhinitis Patients

Park KI, Jang TY, Kim SH, Kim KN, Kim YH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: We investigated the seasonal variation of nonspecific hyperreactivity by performing the cold dry air (CDA) provocation test in both summer and winter in patients with rhinitis. SUBJECTS AND...
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Prevalence and Clinical Characteristics of Local Allergic Rhinitis to House Dust Mites

Jung CG, Lee JH, Ban GY, Park HS, Shin YS

Local allergic rhinitis (LAR) is a localized nasal allergic response in the absence of systemic atopy. The aim of this study was to evaluate the prevalence and clinical characteristics of...
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Usefulness of Allerkin House Dust Mite Extract for Nasal Provocation Testing

Kim KS, Jang TY, Kim YH

OBJECTIVES: We evaluated the clinical usefulness of Allerkin (Lofarma) for nasal provocation testing (NPT) in patients with rhinitis symptoms, by examining changes in nasal symptoms and acoustic parameters after exposure...
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Efficacy of Nasal Cellulose Powder in the Symptomatic Treatment of Allergic Rhinitis: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial

Manuyakorn W, Klangkalya N, Kamchaisatian W, Benjaponpita S, Sasisakulporn C, Jotikasthira W

PURPOSE: Nasal Cellulose Powder (NCP), which can prevent from binding an allergen to nasal mucosa, may reduce allergic rhinitis (AR) symptoms in dust mite-sensitized children. This study was conducted to...
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Usefulness of House Dust Mite Nasal Provocation Test in Asthma

Choi IS, Kim SJ, Won JM, Park MS

PURPOSE: We previously reported that the skin prick test was sensitive and the serum specific immunoglobulin E test was specific for predicting positive airway responses to house dust mites (HDMs)...
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Clinical Practice Guideline for Physicians on Allergic Rhinitis

Koh YI

Recently, the rhinitis work group of the Korean Academy of Asthma, Allergy and Clinical Immunology developed a practice guideline on allergic rhinitis. The group consisted of physicians, pediatricians, and otolaryngologists....
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Detection of Allergen Specific Antibodies From Nasal Secretion of Allergic Rhinitis Patients

Kim JH, Yoon MG, Seo DH, Kim BS, Ban GY, Ye YM, Shin YS, Park HS

PURPOSE: Allergic rhinitis (AR) is a common and increasing disease in which Dermatophagoides (D.) farinae is one of the most common causative allergens. The aims of this study were to...
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Evidences for Local Allergic Rhinitis

Jang TY, Kim YH

Local allergic rhinitis is defined as a localized allergic reaction of the nasal mucosa in the absence of systemic atopy. Its main pathophysiological mechanism can be summarized as: 1) increased...
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The Current Knowledge of Allergen Nasal Provocation Test

Jang TY, Kim YH

Nasal provocation test (NPT) is a procedure used to evaluate the hyper-responsiveness of nasal mucosa after exposure to a provocative allergen. We aimed to identify the clinical indication and contra-indication...
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Recent update of local allergic rhinitis

Cho SH

Rhinitis is a common airway disease that can affect patient's quality of life and social activities. Rhinitis comprises heterogenous diseases and classified as allergic rhinitis (AR) or nonallergic rhinitis (NAR)...
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Diagnosis of Allergic Rhinitis

Koh YI

  • KMID: 2267765
  • Korean J Med.
  • 2013 Nov;85(5):452-456.
Rhinitis is divided into allergic and non-allergic rhinitis. Non-allergic rhinitis includes inflammatory rhinitis, such as non-allergic rhinitis with eosinophilia syndrome (NARES) and infective rhinitis, and non-inflammatory rhinitis, such as vasomotor...
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Occupational Rhinitis Induced by Capsaicin

Nam YH, Jin HJ, Hwang EK, Shin YS, Ye YM, Park HS

Capsaicin is the spice component of red pepper. It can be easily inhaled, inducing a reproducible cough and provokes a secretory response from the human nasal mucosa. To date, there...
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A Case of Occupational Rhinitis Induced by Maize Pollen Exposure in a Farmer: Detection of IgE-Binding Components

Sung SY, Lee WY, Yong SJ, Shin KC, Park HS, Kim HM, Kim SH

Corn is a major staple food, along with rice and wheat, in many parts of the world. There are several reports of hypersensitivity to maize pollen. However, cases of occupational...
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Effects of Septal Deviation on Symptom Change and Results of the Nasal Provocation Test according to Bilateral Acoustic Rhinometry in Patients with Allergic Rhinitis

Kim YH, Jang TY

  • KMID: 2297608
  • J Rhinol.
  • 2011 May;18(1):48-52.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: We aimed to evaluate the effects of septal deviation on patient symptoms and acoustic rhinometry measurements in patients with allergic rhinitis and to determine which side of...
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Changes of Alpha1-Antitrypsin Levels in Allergen-induced Nasal Inflammation

Shin SY, Choi GS, Lee KH, Kim SW, Won KY, Lee JH, Cho JS, Park HS

  • KMID: 2166459
  • Clin Exp Otorhinolaryngol.
  • 2011 Mar;4(1):33-39.
OBJECTIVES: Alpha1-antitrypsin (AAT) is the main inhibitor of human neutrophil elastase, and plays a role in counteracting the tissue damage caused by elastase in local inflammatory conditions. The study evaluated...
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A Case of Occupational Rhinitis Caused by Rice Powder in the Grain Industry

Kim JH, Kim JE, Choi GS, Hwang EK, An S, Ye YM, Park HS

Rice is the major staple food in a large part of the world, especially in Asia. Hypersensitivity reactions to rice are rare. Moreover, cases of occupational allergies induced by inhalation...
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Comparison of Collecting Methods of Nasal Fluids Using Albumin after Nasal Provocation in Allergic Patients

Kim YH, Jang TY, Kim JE, Lim DW, Kim KS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Although different methods of collecting nasal fluid exist and can influence the result of the study, there have not been any studies made yet to compare the...
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Toll-like receptor 9 expression and interferon-alpha secretion upon CpG-ODN stimulation in allergic subjects

Han MY, Jee HM, Kim HY, Lee CA, Cho HJ, Hwang SG, Kim KE

PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to explore the effect of the Toll-like receptor 9 (TLR9) expressed in plasmacytoid dendritic cells (pDCs) that respond to antigen to Th2 immune...
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Safety and efficacy of the ultra-rush immunotherapy with extracts of Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus in children

Hyun SE, Kim HY, Kwak JH, Shin YH, Seo JY, Han MY

PURPOSE: Immunotherapy is accepted as the only treatment of allergic disease that can modify the natural course of the disease and ameliorate symptoms. This study aimed to evaluate the safety...
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The Relation between Early Allergic Response and Nasobronchial Relationship and the Associated Factors of Bronchial Hyperreactivity in Allergic Rhinitis Patients

Chang MK, Kim SW, Cho JS, Cha CI

  • KMID: 2276678
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2006 Aug;49(8):795-801.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: There are evidences that allergic rhinitis and asthma represent a continuity of disease. It is known that bronchial hyperreactivity is a most contributing factor for asthma, yet...
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