Ji-Hyeon Roh

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Hypersensitivity to mosquito bites (HMB) is a rare disease characterized by intense skin reactions such as bulla and necrotic ulcerations at bite sites, accompanied by general symptoms such as high-grade fever and malaise occurred after mosquito bites. It has been suggested that HMB is associated with chronic Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection and natural(More)
Two cases of primary intimal fibroplasia of the renal artery with renovascular hypertension are described. Case 1 was 27 year old female who was incidentally found to have blood pressure of 210/130 mmHg on routine physical examination. Renal arteriogram revealed tubular narrowing of the mid protion of the left renal artery. Both patients showed(More)
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