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Immunologic analysis of patients with postinfectious bronchiolitis obliterans

Choi YJ, Lee S, Kim HR, Suh DI

Purpose: This study aimed to analyze the immunologic profile of children with postinfectious bronchiolitis obliterans (PIBO) in order to approach pathophysiology affected by host factors. Methods: A total of 10 children...
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Clinical characteristics of bronchiolitis obliterans without preceding severe lower respiratory tract infection

Hyun JH, Jeong JE, Kim YH, Jang YY, Chung HL

Purpose: We investigated young children who developed bronchiolitis obliterans (BO) without preceding severe lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI). Methods: Twenty patients referred for chronic respiratory symptoms and diagnosed with BO were...
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Diagnosis and treatment of hereditary angioedema: An expert opinion

Jung JW, Park SY, Yoon SY, Kim GW, Sohn KH, Kang SY, Park HJ, Kang MK, Kim JH, Park KH, Suh DI, Lee DH, Kim SH, Kwon HS, Kang HR

Hereditary angioedema (HAE) is a rare disease, but it severely interrupts daily life activities and can sometimes be life-threatening. Therefore, early diagnosis and prompt treatment of HAE attacks are critical....
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Risk factors and protective factors in pediatric patients with allergic rhinitis

Chun YH, Kim M, Kim HB, Rha YH, Park Y, Park YM, Sung M, Shin YH, Yum HY, Lee KS, Lee YJ, Jee HM, Choi BS, Choi SH, Kim HH, for the Rhinitis Study Group in the Korean Academy of Pediatric Allergy and Respiratory Diseases

Among allergic diseases of the Korean pediatric population, allergic rhinitis shows the most rapidly increasing prevalence. Its economic burden is substantial in many Asian countries including South Korea. This investigation...
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Bronchiolitis obliterans in children: new perspective

Yang SI

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A case of food-induced acute pancreatitis in a child with egg white allergy

Lee Y, Hwang J, Kim SK, Kim MJ, Jeon TY, Kim J, Ahn K, Kim J

Acute pancreatitis (AP) rarely occurs in association with food allergy (FA), and the mechanism is not clearly explored. We herein report a rare case of egg protein-induced AP. A 5-year-old...
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An infant with subglottic cysts presenting as abruptly-progressed stridor and respiratory distress 2 months after extubation

Lee HK, Lim JG, Park JS, Shin SH, Kwon SK, Suh DI

Subglottic cysts are rare but can cause significant airway obstruction that potentially threatens infants’ lives. It is critically important to suspect subglottic cysts in infants with upper-airway obstructive symptoms because...
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Perilla seed allergy in children: Cosensitization and cross-reactivity with sesame seed

Kim H, Gantulga P, Lee E, Lee J, Lee S, Jeong K

Purpose: Perilla seed (PS) is the most common cause of seed-induced anaphylaxis in Korean children, but the reports on PS allergy, including phenotype and cross-reactivity, are rare. The aim of...
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Additional diagnostic value of component resolved diagnosis in children with kiwifruit allergy

Lee J, Kim H, Jeong K, Jeon SA, Lee S

Purpose: In food allergy, significant component antigens can be assessed by using the microarray. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the diagnostic value of component resolved diagnosis (CRD)...
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