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A 5-year retrospective review of children with peanut allergy in the largest paediatric hospital in Singapore

Lee MP, Saffari SE, Loh W, Goh SH, Goh A, Chiang WC, Chong KW

BACKGROUND: The prevalence of peanut allergy (PA) among children has increased significantly over the past decade. Even though the prevalence of PA in Singapore is considered low, peanut is the...
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Outcomes after Transverse-Incision 'Mini' Carotid Endarterectomy and Patch-Plasty

Sinha S, Fok M, Goh A, Gadhvi V

PURPOSE: Traditional longitudinal incision for carotid endarterectomy (CEA) can be painful, aesthetically displeasing, and associated with a high incidence of cranial nerve injury (CNI). This study describes the outcomes of...
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Predictive value of peanut skin prick test, specific IgE in peanut-sensitized children in Singapore

Chong KW, Saffari SE, Chan N, Seah R, Tan CH, Goh SH, Goh A, Loh W

BACKGROUND: The predictive decision points for both peanut skin prick test (SPT) wheal size and serum IgE concentrations, in peanut-sensitized children, have not been evaluated in Singapore. OBJECTIVE: We aim to...
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Goat's milk anaphylaxis in a cow's milk tolerant child

Goh SH, Chong KW, Loh W, Goh AE

Goat's milk (GM) allergy commonly occurs together with cow's milk (CM) allergy due to cross-reactivity between highly homologous proteins. We present an unusual case of GM anaphylaxis in a CM...
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Cashew nut allergy in Singaporean children

Chitta S, Lian BX, Rao R, Loh W, Goh A, Chong KW

BACKGROUND: There has been an increasing trend of nut allergies in Singapore. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to review the clinical characteristics of children with cashew nut allergy. METHODS: A...
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Growth of children with food allergies in Singapore

Chong KW, Wright K, Goh A, Meyer R, Rao R

BACKGROUND: Although it is known that children with food allergies are at risk of impaired growth, this has not been well studied in South-East Asia. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this cross-sectional...
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Relationship between all fevers or fever after vaccination, and atopy and atopic disorders at 18 and 36 months

Wong HH, Lee JJ, Shek LP, Lee BW, Goh A, Teoh OH, Gluckman P, Godfrey KM, Saw SM, Kwek K, Chong YS, Van Bever

BACKGROUND: Studies have reported that early febrile episodes and febrile episodes with infections are associated with a decreased risk of developing atopy. OBJECTIVE: To examine further the association between presence of...
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RETRACTED ARTICLE: A Case Series of Four Patients With Clinically Significant Radiomicrosphere Pneumonitis After Yttrium-90 Radioembolization from the Perspective of Lung Dosimetry

Kao YH, Magsombol , Takano A, Wijaya L, Tay KH, Chow PK, Goh AS, Ng DC

Dr. Yung Hsiang Kao, the first author and corresponding author, has retracted this case report due to honest error.
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Pilot study of the use of Yin Qiao San in children with conventional antipyretic hypersensitivity

Liew WK, Loh W, Chiang WC, Goh A, Chay OM, Iancovici Kidon M

BACKGROUND: Children with a diagnosis of cross-reactive hypersensitivity to both paracetamol and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are limited in their choice of antipyretics. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this pilot study is to...
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Tolerance to etoricoxib in children with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug hypersensitivity

Loh W, Lim HH, Rao R, Goh A, Ong LX, Chiang WC

BACKGROUND: Cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) inhibitors have been found to be safe alternatives in adults with cross-intolerant hypersensitivity to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). However they are usually not prescribed in children and...
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Gum pigmentation: an unusual adverse effect of sublingual immunotherapy

Goh A, Chiang WC, Kang LW, Rao R, Lim HH, Chng CK

Sublingual immunotherapy has gained acceptance amongst the paediatric community as it is very well tolerated and is safe. The adverse effects of this therapy is minimal consisting mainly of local...
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Paediatric anaphylaxis in a Singaporean children cohort: changing food allergy triggers over time

Liew WK, Chiang WC, Goh AE, Lim HH, Chay OM, Chang S, Tan JH, Shih E, Kidon M

BACKGROUND: We have noticed changes in paediatric anaphylaxis triggers locally in Singapore. OBJECTIVE: We aimed to describe the demographic characteristics, clinical features, causative agents and management of children presenting with anaphylaxis. METHODS:...
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The methodology of the GUSTO cohort study: a novel approach in studying pediatric allergy

Soh SE, Lee SS, Hoon SW, Tan MY, Goh A, Lee BW, Shek LP, Teoh OH, Kwek K, Saw SM, Godfrey K, Chong YS, Gluckman P, van Bever

Growing Up in Singapore Towards healthy Outcomes (GUSTO) is Singapore's largest birth cohort study to date. The main aim of GUSTO is to evaluate the role of developmental factors in...
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