Chien-Hui Lin

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During a 29-month period, 11 (12%) of 92 hospitalized patients with influenza B virus infection presented neurologic manifestations, which included febrile seizure in 4 cases and encephalopathy/encephalitis in 7 cases. Without appropriate antiviral therapy, recovery was uneventful in all but 1 patient, who had neurologic sequelae of quadriplegia and(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE To define clinical manifestations and laboratory findings of adenovirus serotype 3 infections in children. METHODS A total of 499 children diagnosed with adenovirus infections based on throat virus cultures were treated in Chang Gung Children's Hospital from January 2004 to May 2005. Serotypes were determined in 197 strains, of(More)
Influenza is a frequent cause of acute respiratory illness (ARI). In July 2008, we conducted a retrospective cohort study to investigate an influenza outbreak occurring in an overland travel group of overseas students. ARI was defined as the presence of any respiratory symptom such as cough, rhinorrhoea, sore throat or stuffy nose. Influenza-like illness(More)
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