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A Case of Recurrent Bacterial Meningitis associated with Traumatic Cerebrospinal Fluid Fistula

Yu SW, Kim DR, Kim BJ, Park MK, Kim MJ, Lee DH

  • KMID: 2248735
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):180-183.
Recurrent bacterial meningitis in adults is a rare disease mostly due to traumatic cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) fistula and usually occurs within 2 weeks after head trauma. Recurrent bacterial meningitis shows...
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A Case of Spontaneous Splenic Rupture in Vivax Malaria

Shin DH, Kim KS, Kim YJ, Lee SH, Kim SJ, Cho CK, Shin JH, Ryang DW, Lee JH

  • KMID: 2248734
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):176-179.
Spontaneous splenic rupture develops in many diseases, among which malaria is most common. Though spontaneous splenic rupture is a well-known fatal complication of vivax malaria, it has not been reported...
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A Case of Scrofuloderma Caused by Mycobacterium fortuitum

Park YM, Kang H, Cho SH, Cho BK, Kim BJ, Kook YH, Park EM

  • KMID: 2248733
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):171-175.
Mycobacterium fortuitum causes a wide spectrum of cutaneous and extracutaneous diseases. Trauma may precede the primary cutaneous disease. Granulomatous nodules, ulcers, scrofuloderma, abscess, and sporotrichoid lesions have been described. Extracutaneous...
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Hickman Catheter-Associated Bacteremia by Leclercia adecarboxylata and Escherichia hermannii: A Case Report

Lee NY, Ki CS, Kang WK, Peck KR, Kim S, Song JH

  • KMID: 2248732
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):167-170.
Leclercia adecarboxylata and Escherichia hermannii are motile, gram-negative facultative anaerobic bacilli which have rarely been isolated from environmental and clinical specimens. Although several cases of L. adecarboxylata or E. hermannii...
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A Case of Bacteremic Cholangitis Caused by Flavobacterium odoratum

Lee SK, Lee NY, Peck KR, Kim S, Song JH

  • KMID: 2248731
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):163-166.
Flavobacterium odoratum is an obligately aerobic, gram-negative, non-fermentative rod. It has been infrequently isolated from urine, stool, wound, sputum, and blood specimens, but clinical infections caused by this organism are...
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A Case of Infective Endocarditis Complicated with Mycotic Aneurysm of Superior Mesenteric Artery

Ryu BC, Chun JH, Oh SY, Choi SC, Lee H, Kim SW, Kim S, Peck KR, Hong KP, Song JH

  • KMID: 2248730
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):160-162.
Mycotic aneurysm of mesenteric artery is an uncommon complication of infective endocarditis. Early diagnosis is important and surgical intervention is often needed for effective treatment of mycotic aneurysm of mesenteric...
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A Case of Mural Endocarditis Complicated with Pulmonary Embolism and Free Wall Abscess of Right Atrium

Hong JR, Moon W, Kim SW, Lee H, Kim S, Peck KR, Park SW, Park PW, Song JH

  • KMID: 2248729
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):157-159.
Infective endocarditis usually involves cardiac valves and perivalvular tissue. Sometimes it can penetrate through the free wall of myocardium and form burrowing abscess, usually in patients with congenital heart diseases,...
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Two Cases of Liver Abscess Caused by Group G beta-Hemolytic Streptococcus

Park SJ, Kim HJ, Lee BH, Lee H, Peck KR, Kim S, Song JH, Koh KC, Lee NY

  • KMID: 2248728
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):153-156.
Group G beta-hemolytic Streptococcus is a normal flora of skin, pharynx, female genital tract, and intestine. Group G beta-hemolytic Streptococcus has been reported to cause a variety of human infections,...
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Identification of Mycobacterium Species by Multiplex PCR-Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism Assay

Seo YH, Kim W, Ann JY, Keum DG

  • KMID: 2248727
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):148-152.
BACKGROUND: Recently the clinical significance of several mycobacterial species has been increased and there is a growing need to identify mycobacteria to the species level. We evaluated multiplex polymerase chain...
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The Effects of Inline Intravenous Filtration on Bacteria, Candida and Bacterial Endotoxin Retentions

Kang MS, Kim KH, Woo HJ, Lim CS, Kim YK, Lee KN

  • KMID: 2248726
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):136-140.
BACKGROUND: In-line intravenous filters have been used in intravenous administration sets of fluid to retain bacteria and bacterial endotoxin. We evaluated the effects of intravenous filters on Staphylococcus epidermidis, Pseudomonas...
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Epidemiologic and Clinical Features of Salmonellosis in Children over 10 Years(1986-1995)

Nah SY, Park JY, Lee HJ, Seo JK

  • KMID: 2248725
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):129-135.
BACKGROUND: With the improvement of sanitary conditions, epidemiologic features and relative frequency of serogroups of salmonella have changed in developed countries. Also there are increasing reports on occurrence of multidrug-resistant...
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Pharyngeal Colonization Rate of Penicillin-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae among Day-care Center Children in Seoul, Korea

Park JY, Kim JH

  • KMID: 2248724
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):122-128.
BACKGROUND: Antimicrobial resistance of Streptococcus pneumoniae presents a challenge to the clinicians in developing countries, particularly against the acute respiratory tract infections, including pneumonia. The present study was to evaluate...
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Development of Monoclonal Antibodies to Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and Application for Study of Antigenic Variation of RSV

Park JY, Lee HJ

  • KMID: 2248723
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1999 Apr;31(2):111-121.
BACKGROUND: Strains of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) can be classified by reactivity with monoclonal antibodies into two major subgroups A and B, then further into several antigenic variants in each...
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