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Dermatologic Manifestations of Human Parechovirus Type 3 Infection in Neonates and Infants
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The most striking finding was that 80% of patients developed a distinctive palmar–plantar erythematous rash, which disappeared after a median of 3 days, a diagnostic clue of HPeV3 infection. Expand
Macrolide-Resistant Mycoplasma pneumoniae Infection, Japan, 2008–2015
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The prevalence of macrolide-resistant M. pneumoniae among children in Japan has decreased, and isolates obtained from children with Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection throughout Japan during 2008–2015 were evaluated. Expand
Recent acute reduction in macrolide-resistant Mycoplasma pneumoniae infections among Japanese children.
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Investigating the prevalence of M. pneumoniae infections among Japanese children found that MRMP occurrence potentially decreased owing to changes in not only antibiotic usage but also in the distribution of p1 genotype among isolates. Expand
Low prevalence of Chlamydia pneumoniae infections during the Mycoplasma pneumoniae epidemic season: Results of nationwide surveillance in Japan.
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An annual national survey of Japanese children to screen them for C. pneumoniae infections during the M. P pneumoniae epidemic season found that children with single C.p pneumoniae infection are likely to have had C.PneumoniaE infection, while those with coinfection are probably to have been C. pneumoniaes carriers. Expand
Seizure‐modifying potential of histamine H1 antagonists: A clinical observation
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Two new histamine H1 antagonists are reported to have the potential to induce seizures in patients with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, although clinical evaluation is scarce except for a few case reports. Expand
Atypical Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia with multiple nodular granulomas after rituximab for refractory nephrotic syndrome
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The findings suggest that PCP prophylaxis should be considered following rituximab therapy, and the first pediatric case of nodular PCP is reported, which is likely to be life-threatening. Expand
An Infant with Human Parechovirus Type 3 Infection with a Distinctive Rash on the Extremities
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A neonatal case of sepsis‐like syndrome due to HPeV3 infection, diagnosed using polymerase chain reaction (PCR), with a distinctive erythematous rash present mainly on the soles and palms that helped in the diagnosis of the disease. Expand
Novel neuroblastoma amplified sequence (NBAS) mutations in a Japanese boy with fever-triggered recurrent acute liver failure
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Novel mutations in a gene called NBAS have been identified in a 3-year-old Japanese boy with recurrent acute liver failure and laboratory experiments indicated that these mutations impaired the ability of the protein encoded by NBAS to function correctly. Expand
Serostatus following live attenuated vaccination administered before pediatric liver transplantation
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The immunogenicity of LAVs before LT was high for rubella but low for the others, and serological follow-up may be indicated for patients with factors associated with seronegativity. Expand
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