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Eosinophilic Pleuritis due to Sparganum: A Case Report

Oh Y, Kim JT, Kim MK, Chang YJ, Eom K, Park JG, Lee KM, Choe KH, An JY

Sparganosis is a rare parasitic disease caused by migrating plerocercoid tapeworm larva of the genus Spirometra. Infection in humans is mainly caused by the ingestion of raw or inadequately cooked...
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A Seroepidemiological Survey of Toxocariasis among Eosinophilia Patients in Chungcheongnam-do

Seo M, Yoon SC

There have been several reports on the relationship between toxocariasis and eosinophilia, but all have been limited to the areas of Seoul or Gangwon-do. In the present study, we investigated...
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Foodborne Eosinophilia due to Visceral Larva Migrans: A Disease Abandoned

Lim JH

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Cigarette Smoking-Induced Acute Eosinophilic Pneumonia: A Case Report Including a Provocation Test

Bok GH, Kim YK, Lee YM, Kim KU, Uh ST, Hwang JH, Kim DW

The mechanism and cause of acute eosinophilic pneumonia are largely unknown. Many factors including the smoking of cigarettes have been suggested, but none have been proven to directly cause acute...
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Loffler's Syndrome Associated with Clonorchis Sinensis Infestation

Lee HK, Jin SL, Lee HP, Choi SJ, Yum HK

  • KMID: 759675
  • Korean J Intern Med.
  • 2003 Dec;18(4):255-259.
In 1932, Loffler described a syndrome of self-limiting, transient pulmonary infiltrates associated with peripheral blood eosinophilia and mild pulmonary symptoms. A number of conditions are related to pulmonary eosinophilia or...
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Acute Eosinophilic Pneumonia Associated with Amitriptyline in a Hemodialysis Patient

Noh H, Lee YK, Kang SW, Choi KH, Han DS, Lee HY

Drugs are well known causes of eosinophilic lung disease. In many patients, drug-induced eosinophilic lung disease presents with transient eosinophilic infiltrates that disappear after discontinuation of the drug. Some patients,...
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