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Comparison of the Demographics and Ratio of Rotavirus-Associated Benign Convulsions with Mild Gastroenteritis to Rotavirus Gastroenteritis before and after Rotavirus Vaccination over a Period of 20 Years

Lee YS, Kim DH, Ha DJ, Kwon YS

Purpose: Through a study of rotavirus gastroenteritis (RVGE) cases experienced over 20 years at our center, we aimed to investigate changes in the ratio of rotavirus-associated benign convulsions with mild...
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Relationship Between Rotavirus P[6] Infection in Korean Neonates and Histo-Blood Group Antigen: a Single-Center Study

Lee SK, Oh SJ, Choi S, Choi SH, Shin SH, Lee EJ, Cho EJ, Hyun J, Kim HS

Background: Rotaviruses are a major cause of pediatric gastroenteritis. The rotavirus P[6] genotype is the most prevalent genotype isolated from Korean neonates but has rarely been reported in other countries....
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Accuracy and Cross-Reactivity of Rapid Diagnostic Tests for Norovirus and Rotavirus in a Real Clinical Setting

Thangjui S, Sripirom N, Titichoatrattana S, Mekmullica J

Background: Rapid diagnostic test (RDT) of norovirus and rotavirus is commonly used for outbreak screening and patient management. Varying accuracy of the test and cross-reactivity has been reported and could...
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Molecular Detection and Epidemiology of Etiologic Agents among Children with Acute Gastroenteritis at a Secondary Hospital from 2015 to 2018

Kim YS, Chung JY

Purpose: The multiplex reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test developed recently can help detect enteric pathogens of acute gastroenteritis (AGE). This study aimed to investigate the epidemiology of pathogens in...
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Detection and genetic analysis of zoonotic hepatitis E virus, rotavirus, and sapovirus in pigs

Lyoo EL, Park BJ, Ahn HS, Han SH, Go HJ, Kim DH, Lee JB, Park SY, Song CS, Lee SW, Choi IS

The zoonotic transmission of viral diseases to humans is a serious public health concern. Pigs are frequently a major reservoir for several zoonotic viral diseases. Therefore, periodic surveillance is needed...
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Outbreak associated with Rotavirus G11,P[25] in Korea in 2018

Chae SJ, Jung S, Cho SR, Choi W, Lee DY

We here report the first outbreak caused by rotavirus G11,P[25] in Korea in 2018, representing a case of re-assortment with pig-derived rotavirus. The genotype constellation was identical to the virus...
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Clinical and Imaging Findings of Neonatal Seizures Presenting as Diffuse Cerebral White Matter Abnormality on Diffusion-Weighted Imaging without any Structural or Metabolic Etiology

Kim M, Hwang JY, Lee YJ, Kim YW, Byun SY, Lee YJ, Yeom JA, Jeon UB, Choo KS, Nam KJ, Shaun Reid SN

Purpose: Some patients with neonatal seizures show diffuse, symmetric diffusion-restricted lesions in the cerebral white matter. The aim of this study was to describe clinical and imaging findings of patients...
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Serum Uric Acid as a Predictive Factor for Rotaviral or Noroviral Benign Convulsions with Mild Gastroenteritis

Yoo SY, Kim DH, Lee Y, Lee GH, Ha DJ, Kwon YS

Purpose: This study investigated the relationship between serum uric acid levels and benign convulsions with mild gastroenteritis (CwGs) caused by rotavirus and norovirus. Methods: This retrospective study identified 89 patients with...
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Benign Convulsions with Mild Gastroenteritis

Kim YO

Benign convulsions with mild gastroenteritis (CwG) are a well-known type of benign seizures that occur in infants and children aged between 6 months and 3 years and are associated with...
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Rotavirus Vaccine Coverage and Related Factors

Lee SG, Jeon SY, Park KS

PURPOSE: The vaccination level of rotavirus vaccine not supported by the government is not known. As vaccines not included in the national immunization schedule are not registered in the computerized...
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Impact of Rotavirus Infection on Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia

Hong M, Lee JH

OBJECTIVE: Rotavirus (RV) infection is a common health issue in neonatal wards. Clinical outcomes include diarrhea, fever, and poor appetite. We aimed to assess the impact of RV infection on...
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Performance Evaluation of Two Immunochromatographic Assays for Rotavirus Detection in Stool Specimens

Kim S, Kim YJ, Cho SY, Park TS, Lee HJ

BACKGROUND: Rotavirus is a major pathogen causing enteritis worldwide in children under five years of age. In recent years, immunochromatographic assay (ICA) has been widely used as a diagnostic test...
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Performance Evaluation of the Automated Fluorescent Immunoassay System Rotavirus Assay in Clinical Samples

Kim JS, Lee SK, Ko DH, Hyun J, Kim HS

BACKGROUND: The Automated Fluorescent Immunoassay System (AFIAS) rotavirus assay (Boditech Med Inc., Chuncheon, Korea) is a new rapid antigen test for rotavirus detection. We evaluated the performance of this assay...
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Surveillance Study of Acute Gastroenteritis Etiologies in Hospitalized Children in South Lebanon (SAGE study)

Ghssein G, Salami A, Salloum L, Chedid P, Joumaa WH, Fakih H

PURPOSE: Acute gastroenteritis (AGE) is a major cause of morbidity and remains a major cause of hospitalization. Following the Syrian refugee crisis and insufficient clean water in the region, this...
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Neonatal Seizures with Diffuse Cerebral White Matter Lesions on Magnetic Resonance Imaging Associated with Rotavirus Infection: A Report of Three Cases

Choi MS, Park SK, Lee JH

Rotavirus is the major cause of gastroenteritis in children under the age of 5. Rotavirus infection may lead to several neurological complications as meningitis, encephalitis, convulsion, encephalopathy, hemorrhagic shock, central...
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Evaluation of a New Multiplex Real-Time PCR Assay for Detecting Gastroenteritis-Causing Viruses in Stool Samples

Hyun J, Ko DH, Lee SK, Kim HS, Kim JS, Song W, Kim HS

BACKGROUND: Diarrhea has been the second leading cause of death among children under the age of five, and the rapid and accurate pathogen diagnosis in patients with diarrhea is crucial...
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Changes in the Occurrence of Rotavirus Gastroenteritis before and after the Introduction of Rotavirus Vaccine among Hospitalized Pediatric Patients and Estimates of Rotavirus Vaccine Effectiveness

Yoon JM, Han TH, Yoon SW, Kim YJ, Oh SH

PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate the changes in the occurrence of rotavirus gastroenteritis (RGE) after the introduction of rotavirus vaccine and estimate rotavirus vaccine effectiveness in hospitalized children. METHODS: We...
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The Comparison of Clinical Characteristics in Three Types of Viral Acute Diarrhea in Infants and Toddlers and the Effect of Lactobacillus acidophilus on Rotaviral Diarrhea

Shin SH, Shin HS

The most common causes of acute viral diarrhea in infants and toddlers are rotavirus, astrovirus and norovirus. The purpose of this study was to evaluate epidemiological data of pathogens obtained...
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Analysis of structure-function relationship in porcine rotavirus A enterotoxin gene

Saurabh S, Sircar S, Kattoor JJ, Ghosh S, Kobayashi , Banyai K, VinodhKumar OR, De UK, Sahoo NR, Dhama K, Malik YS

Rotavirus (RV)-infected piglets are presumed to be latent sources of heterologous RV infection in humans and other animals. In RVs, non-structural protein 4 (NSP4) is the major virulence factor with...
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High Prevalence of Rotavirus G4P[6] Genotypes among Neonates in Two Korean Hospitals

Kim JS, Kim SM, Kim HS

BACKGROUND: The introduction of rotavirus vaccines has decreased the prevalence of rotavirus infections and might have changed the distribution of rotavirus genotypes. However, neonates are not eligible for vaccination and,...
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