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The Association of Newly Identified Respiratory Viruses with Lower Respiratory Tract Infections in Korean Children, 2000–2005
- E. H. Choi, H. Lee, +7 authors Ji Yeon Sung
- Clinical infectious diseases : an official…
- 1 September 2006
Abstract Background. This study was performed to evaluate the associations of newly recognized viruses, namely, human metapneumovirus (hMPV), human coronavirus (HCoV)–NL63, and human bocavirus (HBoV)… Expand
Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 19A in Children, South Korea
A single, multidrug-resistant strain was responsible for increased incidence of this serotype before introduction of the pneumococcal 7-valent conjugate vaccine.
Identification of CTX-M-14 Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase in Clinical Isolates of Shigella sonnei,Escherichia coli, and Klebsiella pneumoniae in Korea
- H. Pai, E. H. Choi, H. Lee, J. Y. Hong, G. Jacoby
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of Clinical Microbiology
- 1 October 2001
ABSTRACT CTX-M-14 β-lactamase was identified in a stool isolate ofShigella sonnei and in blood isolates ofEscherichia coli (one isolate) and Klebsiella pneumoniae (two isolates) from different parts… Expand
Pulmonary tuberculosis in infants: radiographic and CT findings.
- W. S. Kim, Joon-Il Choi, J. Cheon, In-One Kim, K. Yeon, H. Lee
- AJR. American journal of roentgenology
- 1 October 2006
OBJECTIVE As complications of tuberculosis are frequent in infancy, correct diagnosis of tuberculosis in infants is important. The purposes of this study are to summarize radiographic and CT findings… Expand
A common haplotype of interleukin-4 gene IL4 is associated with severe respiratory syncytial virus disease in Korean children.
- E. H. Choi, H. Lee, T. Yoo, S. Chanock
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of infectious diseases
- 1 November 2002
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a major health problem in young children, and host response to severe disease favors a Th2 immune response. To investigate the genetic basis for RSV disease… Expand
A new diagnostic approach to biliary atresia with emphasis on the ultrasonographic triangular cord sign: comparison of ultrasonography, hepatobiliary scintigraphy, and liver needle biopsy in the…
- W. Park, S. O. Choi, H. Lee, S. P. Kim, S. K. Zeon, S. Lee
- Journal of pediatric surgery
- 1 November 1997
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE The authors evaluated prospectively the utility of ultrasonography, Tc-99m-DISIDA hepatobiliary scintigraphy, and liver needle biopsy in differentiating biliary atresia (BA) from… Expand
The ultrasonographic 'triangular cord' coupled with gallbladder images in the diagnostic prediction of biliary atresia from infantile intrahepatic cholestasis.
PURPOSE The aim of this study was to evaluate the importance of the ultrasonographic "triangular cord" (TC) coupled with gallbladder images in the diagnostic prediction of biliary atresia (BA) from… Expand
Viral etiology and epidemiology of acute lower respiratory tract infections in Korean children
- B. Y. Yun, M. R. Kim, J. Park, E. H. Choi, H. Lee, C. K. Yun
- The Pediatric infectious disease journal
- 1 December 1995
Viral etiologic agents of acute lower respiratory tract infections were studied from November, 1990, through April, 1994, in Korean children. From 712 children who visited or were admitted to Seoul… Expand
Genetic diversity and molecular epidemiology of the G protein of subgroups A and B of respiratory syncytial viruses isolated over 9 consecutive epidemics in Korea.
To study genetic variation and molecular epidemiology of the G protein of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), 253 strains from a children's hospital in Korea over 9 consecutive epidemics were… Expand
Comprehensive serotyping and epidemiology of human adenovirus isolated from the respiratory tract of Korean children over 17 consecutive years (1991–2007)
Among the 53 serotypes of human adenoviruses (HAdVs), identified to date, only a limited number have been associated with human respiratory infections. The epidemiology of each of the serotypes… Expand