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Identification of pulmonary paragonimiasis using Ziehl-Neelsen stain

Kim WC, Hahm CR, Kim IT, Koo JH, Jung WJ

Pulmonary paragonimiasis and tuberculosis are endemic in Asia, South America, and Africa. However, differential diagnosis among the diseases is difficult because they present with similar clinical symptoms and diagnostic features....
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Effectiveness of Intravenous Isoniazid and Ethambutol Administration in Patients with Tuberculosis Meningoencephalitis and HIV Infection

Butov D, Feshchenko Y, Kuzhko M, Gumenuik M, Yurko K, Grygorova , Tkachenko , Nekrasova , Tlustova T, Kikinchuk , Peshenko A, Butova T

BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of intravenous isoniazid (H) and ethambutol (E) administered in patients with new sputum positive drug-susceptible pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) with...
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Treatment of Isoniazid-Resistant Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Jhun BW, Koh WJ

Tuberculosis (TB) remains a threat to public health and is the leading cause of death globally. Isoniazid (INH) is an important first-line agent for the treatment of TB considering its...
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Primary orbital tuberculosis on the lower eyelid with cold abscess

Yoon HS, Na YC, Lee HM

Orbital tuberculosis is a rare form of extrapulmonary tuberculosis, even in endemic areas. It may involve the soft tissue, lacrimal gland, periosteum, or bones of the orbital wall. We present...
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Dilemma of Asthma Treatment in Mild Patients

Cho YS, Oh YM

Inhaled corticosteroids (ICSs) have been widely used as a key medication for asthma control. However, ICSs have been known to cause respiratory infections, such as pneumonia and pulmonary tuberculosis. Consequently,...
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Mycobacterium shimoidei Pulmonary Disease: The First Case in Korea

Shin S, Yoo IY, Jhun BW, Koh WJ, Ki CS, Lee NY, Huh HJ

Mycobacterium shimoidei is a nontuberculous mycobacterium (NTM), and is rarely reported as a pathogen causing the NTM pulmonary disease. We describe here the case of a 52-year-old male with symptoms...
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Childhood Tuberculosis Contact Investigation and Treatment of Latent Tuberculosis Infection: a Single Center Study, 2014–2017

Hwang WJ, Lee GU, Kim SH, Cho EY

PURPOSE: In order to prevent tuberculosis transmission early, it is important to diagnose and treat tuberculosis infection by investigating people who have contact with patients with active tuberculosis. METHODS: From July...
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A Case of Fungemia with Co-isolation of Candida parapsilosis and Trichosporon asahii Confirmed by MALDI-TOF MS and D2 rRNA Sequencing

Seo JD, Kim NH, Hong YJ, Kim TS, Hwang SM, Park JS, Seong MW, Park KU, Song J, Park SS, Kim EC

Fungi are a major cause of human infections with diverse clinical manifestations. The incidence of fungal infections has increased over time, particularly in patients who have risk factors such as...
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Association of Lung Function with Serum 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Level according to the Presence of Past Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Korean Adults

Kim MS, Choi CJ, Kwon KM, Kim KS, Choi WS, Oh YJ

BACKGROUND: Vitamin D deficiency is associated with an increased risk of pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) infection and the treatment outcome. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between...
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Aggressive Contact Investigation of In-Hospital Exposure to Active Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Park SY, Lee EJ, Kim YK, Lee SY, Kim GE, Jeong YS, Kim JH, Kim TH

BACKGROUND: In-hospital detection of newly diagnosed active pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) is important for prevention of potential outbreaks. Here, we report our experience of the aggressive contact investigation strategy in a...
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Rifampin-Induced Immune Hemolytic Anemia during Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis in a Patient with Primary Sjogren's Syndrome

Souk JW, Kim YK, Jang GE, Jeong HS, Uh ST, Kim KU, Koo SM, Lee BY, Noh H, Shin WY, Shin JW, Jin SY

Drug-induced immune hemolytic anemia is a rare disease that occurs in 1 in 1 million individuals of the general population. Rifampin-induced immune hemolytic anemia is caused by drug-dependent antibodies and...
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Calcaneal Osteomyelitis Presenting as a Paradoxical Reaction during Treatment of Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis

Han YH, Lee CH, Bae MJ, Hwang K

Tuberculosis in the foot progresses gradually; thus, diagnosis is usually delayed, and early treatment is rarely provided. If osteomyelitis occurs due to delayed diagnosis and treatment, surgical treatment should be...
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How Can We Identify the Suspicious Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients to Prevent Nosocomial Transmission?

Choi HJ

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Delays in Isolating Patients Admitted to Hospital with Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Korea

Heo DH, Seo JW, Kim JH, Chun JY, Jun KI, Kang CK, Moon SM, Song KH, Choe PG, Park WB, Bang JH, Kim ES, Park SW, Kim NJ, Oh MD, Kim HB

BACKGROUND: Delays in isolating patients admitted to hospital with active pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) can contribute to nosocomial transmission; however, in Korea, patients with clinically diagnosed PTB are not routinely isolated...
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The Infectivity of Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Korean Army Units: Evidence from Outbreak Investigations

Yoon CG, Kang DY, Jung J, Oh SY, Lee JB, Kim MH, Seo Y, Kim HJ

BACKGROUND: Tuberculosis (TB) causes substantial health burden to the Korean military. This study aims to assess the impact of infectious TB cases on close and casual contacts in the Korean...
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Factors Associated with Indacaterol Response in Tuberculosis-Destroyed Lung with Airflow Limitation

Kim TH, Rhee CK, Oh YM

BACKGROUND: Pulmonary tuberculosis can result in anatomical sequelae, and cause airflow limitation. However, there are no treatment guidelines for patients with a tuberculosis-destroyed lung. Recently, indacaterol effectiveness in chronic obstructive...
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Impact of Pulmonary Tuberculosis on the EGFR Mutational Status and Clinical Outcome in Patients with Lung Adenocarcinoma

Hwang IK, Paik SS, Lee SH

PURPOSE: Although it has been suggested that pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) is associated with increased risk of lung cancer, the exact mechanism is not clearly identified. We investigated the effect of...
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Treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis

Yoon SW, Choi JC

Tuberculosis (TB) remains the world's leading cause of death from a single infectious disease. In addition, the incidence of TB is high in South Korea. Effective TB control requires early...
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Diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis

Jhun BW, Huh HJ, Koh WJ

The incidence and prevalence of pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) in South Korea remain high despite the fact that South Korea is a high-income country, and pulmonary TB is an important public...
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Radiological Report of Pilot Study for the Korean Lung Cancer Screening (K-LUCAS) Project: Feasibility of Implementing Lung Imaging Reporting and Data System

Lee JW, Kim HY, Goo JM, Kim EY, Lee SJ, Kim TJ, Kim Y, Lim J

OBJECTIVE: To report the radiological results of a pilot study for the Korean Lung Cancer Screening project conducted to evaluate the feasibility of lung cancer screening using low-dose chest computed...
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