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The First Case of Erythritol-Induced Anaphylaxis in Korea

Kim S, Yoo W, Park HK, Jo EJ

Erythritol is a natural sugar alcohol found in some fruits and fermented foods, which is used as a dietary sweetener because it has few calories. Here, we describe a 36-year-old...
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The status of food allergy and parental burden of preschoolers in Jeju area

Oh JE, Kim E, Lee Y

Purpose Food allergies in children are known to impact the quality of life for growing children as well as their parents. This study investigates the status of food allergy and its...
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Management of Food Allergy in the Facilities Registered at Center for Children's Foodservice Management in Gangdong-gu

Kim SM

Objectives: We examined the common allergenic foods, symptoms and management of food allergies in children attending the facilities registered at Center for Children's Foodservice Management in Gangdong-gu, Korea. Methods: The survey...
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A case of anaphylaxis caused by exposure to walnuts

Lee H, Kim JH, Kim YH, Seo B, Kim SH, Chang YS

Anaphylaxis is an acute serious systemic allergic reaction that can lead to death, requiring immediate diagnosis and treatment. In particular, food is the most common cause in children, adolescents, and...
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Prediction of Food Allergens Sensitization Based on History Taking Technique in Young Children

Lee J, Jeong K, Lee E, Lee S

Background: The diagnosis of food allergies needs to be confirmed through an oral food challenge (OFC). However, specific immunoglobulin E (sIgE) concentrations analyzed by serological tests are also helpful in...
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The Influence of COVID-19 on Asthma and Allergic Rhinitis

Kim YH

As the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic continues, doctors face many difficulties in managing patients with respiratory allergies. As research continues, much new knowledge has emerged about the link between...
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Editorial for Vol. 31, No. 1

Kim YH

In Vol. 31, No. 1, our journal prepared four review articles and two original papers. First, in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of our journal, the first review article described...
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A case report of recurrent anaphylaxis in a 36-year-old female: Lipid transfer protein syndrome

Kang JB, Hwang YH

Lipid transfer protein (LTP) is a widely cross-reacting allergen in vegetables, fruits, nuts, or cereals. The amino acids sequence of LTP shows high structural similarity in various foods and thus...
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A case of anaphylaxis presumably caused by a trace amount of povidone in a tablet pill

Kim SH, Kim MY

Povidone, also known as polyvinylpyrrolidone has high sterilizing power and low toxicity, and has been widely used in disinfectants, ointments, gels, shampoos, soap, and pharmaceutical tablet additives. Povidone‐iodine (Betadine) is...
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Suppressive Effect of Carnosol on Ovalbumin-Induced Allergic Asthma

Lee JE, Im DS

Asthma is a chronic obstructive lung disease characterized by recurrent episodes of bronchoconstriction and wheezing. Conventional asthma treatment involves the suppression of airway inflammation or improving airway flow. Rosmarinus officialis,...
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Identifying Trajectories of Behavioral Problems in Children with Allergic Diseases: Secondary Data Analysis of the 5th to 7th Panel Study of Korean Children

Son M, Ji E

Purpose: This study aimed to identify latent classes of behavioral problem trajectories in children with allergic diseases and investigate their predictors. Methods: This study used data from the 5th to...
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Crosstalk between the Producers and Immune Targets of IL-9

Do-Thi VA, Lee JO, Lee H, Kim YS

IL-9 has been reported to play dual roles in the pathogenesis of autoimmune disorders and cancers. The collaboration of IL-9 with microenvironmental factors including the broader cytokine milieu and other...
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A Case of Localized Cutaneous Bee Pollen Allergy Showing an Unusual Histopathologic Finding of Subcorneal Eosinophilic Microabscess

Kim HY, Kim JH, Lee JH, Lee SK, Kim MS, Lee UH

  • KMID: 2508896
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 Nov;58(9):628-630.
Bee pollen is a mixture made by worker bees and consists of pollen, nectar, and salivary secretions. Due to its abundant nutritional and medicinal effects, people are consuming bee pollen...
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A Case of Suspicious Allergic Reaction to Peracetic Acid Following Endoscopy

Harada N, Hirowatari M, Ihara E, Ishihara E, Inoue M, Miyamura T, Nakamuta M

A 43-year-old man with rheumatic arthritis was admitted to our hospital for symptoms of cough, left chest pain, and left elbow pain, and further examination revealed an elevated level of...
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Bee pollen-induced anaphylaxis: Report of a patient with oral allergy syndrome

Shim JS, Kim MH, Cho YJ

Bee pollen is a mixture of pollen, nectar collected by honeybees, and digestive enzymes secreted from honeybees, which is consumed as a dietary supplement. We experienced a case of anaphylaxis...
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Revision of threshold levels for evoking pollinosis to oak, pine, Japanese hop, and ragweed in the metropolitan area Seoul, Korea

Choi YJ, Jeon JH, Jeong JH, Kim KR, Lee YS, Oh JW

Purpose: The threshold levels for symptom development of pollinosis vary among studies and countries. This study aimed to determine currently used threshold levels for it. Methods: Oak, pine, Japanese hop, and...
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Prevalence of allergic symptoms and occupational allergic diseases among veterinary clinic workers

Lee HJ, Park EK, Kim HK, Choi GS

Purpose: Veterinary clinic workers are frequently exposed to various animal allergens, increasing the possibility of occupational allergy. However, allergic symptoms in this group have not been studied extensively. We aim...
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Comparison of Clinical Utility between Phadiatop Assay and AdvanSureTM AlloScreen

Kim MK, Kwon MJ, Park H, Woo HY

Background: Multiple Allergo-Sorbent Test (MAST) allows simultaneous detection of specific IgE antibodies using multiple allergens, and it is commonly used for allergy screening. Phadiatop assay (Phadia AB, Sweden), including Phadiatop...
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Unusual Symptom of Hypertension associated with Amoxicillin

Cho YA, Choi EJ, Yoon H

An 80-year-old Korean woman who previously experienced penicillin allergy presented to a dental hospital for treatment of a fractured tooth. A dentist extracted the tooth and prescribed her A-cillin (amoxicillin...
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Food Protein-induced Enterocolitis Mimic king Necrotizing Enterocolitis in a Premature Infant: Case Report

Lee SY, Jo CK, Rha SH, Kim MJ

Food protein-induced enterocolitis (FPIES) is not well documented in newborns. Although FPIES is rare in premature infants, it may occasionally be confused with necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). This is particularly true...
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