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ERRATUM: Spelling Correction. Suppressive effects of long-term treatment with inhaled steroids on hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis in asthma

Sim DW, Choi IS, Kim SH

On page 289 of this paper, the x-axis title in Fig. 3A has been incorrectly spelled.
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Successful desensitization for cytarabine induced anaphylaxis

Lee HW, Park JY, Moon JH, Park KT, Park HK, Kang HR

Cytarabine is a very important chemotherapeutic agent for leukemia and lymphoma patients and is prescribed more frequently than before. Cytarabine-induced delayed-onset hypersensitivity may rarely present as non-IgE mediated anaphylaxis. However,...
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Chronic urticaria treated with tacrolimus

Jung HC, Lee DH, Park HS, Lee HJ, Kwon JW

Cyclosporine is a calcineurin inhibitor which is used to treat antihistamine-resistant chronic urticaria. Unfortunately, some patients cannot use cyclosporine due to its side effects. Tacrolimus is another calcineurin inhibitor with...
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Adverse drug reactions after taking the extract of Cudrania tricuspidata

Koh BS, Park HJ, Kim SR, Moon IJ, Leem DW, Park KH, Lee JH, Park JW

Cudrania tricuspidata is a deciduous tree belonging to the Moraceae plant, which has been widely used as a folk remedy or health supplements in the Asian countries including Korea. As...
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Anaphylaxis to lansoprazole with tolerance to other proton pump inhibitors

Park IY, Do BJ, Ahn JS, Lee JH, Lee GY, Kim S, Choi JH

Anaphylaxis to proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) has rarely been reported. Different patterns of cross-reactivity between PPIs have also been demonstrated using skin tests. Here, we report a case of anaphylaxis...
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Association between parental history of allergic diseases and atopic dermatitis in school aged children

Kim YM, Kim YC, Lee S, Back JH, Chun K

PURPOSE: This study aimed to examine the relationship between parent's history of allergic disease and children's atopic dermatitis. METHODS: Data from the 2011 Research on the Current Status of Atopic Disease...
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Qualitative assessment of atopic dermatitis-related mobile applications in Korea

Jin D, Heo TH, Lee Y, Choung JT

PURPOSE: As the mobile internet spread, patients can access to health information via mobile applications. But this information must be a reliable for treatment. This study evaluated the quality of...
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Effect of intranasal steroids on chronic cough caused by upper airway cough syndrome

Na GW, Lee DG, Kim JY, Park WI, Lee KB, Lee WJ, Kim JE

PURPOSE: Although upper airway cough syndrome (UACS) is one of the most common causes of chronic cough, there are few reports on the effects of intranasal steroids (INS) on improvement...
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Cause and incidence of eosinophilia in children: a single center study in one year

Kim KM, Bae MH, Kim YM, Cho MJ, Kwak MJ, Kim SH, Son SK, Park HJ, Kim HY

PURPOSE: Eosinophilia may be associated with various primary and reactive conditions. However, studies on the cause and incidence of eosinophilia in Korean children are rare. This study aimed to evaluate...
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Clinical features of delayed contrast media hypersensitivity

Kim MH, Lee SY, Lee SE, Kim MY, Jo EJ, Park CM, Lee W, Cho SH, Kang HR

PURPOSE: Delayed hypersensitivity reaction can occur in a couple of hours to several days after injection of iodine-based contrast media (ICM). ICM-related delayed type hypersensitivity is not common but increasing...
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Hymenoptera venom anaphylaxis in adult Korean: a multicenter retrospective case study

Lee SK, Ye YM, Park HS, Jang GC, Jee YK, Park HK, Koh YI, Kim JH, Kim CW, Hur GY, Kim MK, Kim TB, Choi GS, Kim SH, Sohn SW, KAAACI Work Group for Urticaria/Angioedema/Anaphylaxis

PURPOSE: We investigated the causes, clinical features, and risk factors of bee venom anaphylaxis in Korea. METHODS: The medical records of the diagnosis of anaphylaxis during a 5-year period from the...
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Identification of IgE binding components of two major weed pollens, ragweed and mugwort

Yoon MG, Kim MA, Jin HJ, Shin YS, Park HS

PURPOSE: Ragweed and mugwort pollens are the major weed allergens that cause pollinosis in Korea. The IgE-binding components to these 2 pollens and their cross-reactivity have not been reported in...
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Increased inflammatory mediator in exhaled breath condensate from asthmatic children

Han YK, Park JY, Kim MN, Kim YH, Park HB, Kim MJ, Lee KE, Lee HS, Heo WI, Hong JY, Kim KW, Sohn MH, Kim KE

PURPOSE: There has recently been increasing interest in the use of exhaled breath condensate (EBC) as a simple noninvasive means for understanding the physiology of asthma. The aim of this...
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Systems biology approaches in asthma pharmacogenomics study

Park HW

The response to drug treatment in asthma is a complex trait and is markedly variable even in patients with apparently similar clinical features. Pharmacogenomics is a study of variations of...
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Innate immunity in asthma

Kim HY

Asthma is a complex and heterogeneous disease with several phenotypes. Most studies have focused on allergic asthma associated with allergen sensitization and adaptive immunity. On the other hand, nonallergic asthma...
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Hypersensitivity reactions to radiocontrast media

Oh MJ

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