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  • A Case of Disseminated <i>Mycobacterium</i> <i>avium</i> Infection Complicated with Chylous Ascites in a Patient with Neutralizing Autoantibodies to Interferon-γ

    Yamaba Yusuke , Takakuwa Osamu , Wang Ziren , Saito Manami , Kawae Daisuke , Yoshihara Misuzu , Kunii Eiji , Ito Yutaka , Akita Kenji

    … <p>A 68-year-old man visited our hospital due to anorexia, weight loss and a fever. … complex (MAC) and confirmed the presence of interferon (IFN)-γ neutralizing autoantibodies (IFN-γAb). … CA was able to be controlled by subcutaneous octreotide and diet therapy. …

    Internal Medicine, 2021

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  • Food allergy and food-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis : current insights  [in Japanese]

    中村 陽一

    臨床免疫・アレルギー科 = Clinical immunology & allergology 74(2), 132-139, 2020-08

  • Epidemiological study of the association between breastfeeding and food allergy  [in Japanese]

    松本 尚美

    臨床免疫・アレルギー科 = Clinical immunology & allergology 73(4), 392-397, 2020-04

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  • GWAS in allergy and molecules related to innate immunity  [in Japanese]

    廣田 朝光 , 玉利 真由美

    臨床免疫・アレルギー科 = Clinical immunology & allergology 73(2), 153-159, 2020-02

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  • Cytokines that influence the differentiation, proliferation and function of human mast cells  [in Japanese]

    斎藤 博久

    臨床免疫・アレルギー科 = Clinical immunology & allergology 73(1), 64-71, 2020-01

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  • Atriplex nummularia extract suppresses RANKL-activated osteoclastogenesis  [in Japanese]

    KO Tsui Ling , KUO Han Chun , YANG Jyh Ferng , CHANG Chi Chang , WANG Shih Wei , HOUNG Jer Yiing

    … <p>Background: Bone tissue destruction is the feature of many symbolic diseases, including osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and bone metastasis. … Receptor activator of nuclear factor-κB ligand (RANKL) has been identified as osteoclast differentiation and activation of an important factor. …

    Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Toxicology 47.1(0), P-201, 2020

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  • Is house dust mite allergen-specific immunotherapy useful for management of pediatric asthma patients?  [in Japanese]

    Tanaka Yuya , Sato Koichiro , Suzuki Shuichi , Nakajima Yoichi , Nishikido Tomoki , Hiraguchi Yukiko , Miura Taro , Murai Hiroki , Adachi Yuichi

    … Subcutaneous immunotherapy (SCIT) with HDM resulted in reduction in asthma symptoms, improvements in respiratory functions, diminished use of rescue drugs and systemic steroids, and reductions in both the overall use and doses of drugs prescribed for long-term asthma management. … Sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) with HDM resulted in a reduction in asthma symptoms and improved respiratory function. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 428-433, 2020

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  • Is tailoring asthma medication based on exhaled nitric oxide levels in asthmatic children effective?  [in Japanese]

    Manabe Tetsuharu , Takaoka Yuri , Kuwabara Yu , Adachi Yuichi

    … including patients aged ≤18 years, comparing adjustment of asthma medications by FeNO and clinical symptoms (or only FeNO) versus by only clinical symptoms. … Tailoring asthma medication based on exhaled NO significantly decreased the number of patients with acute exacerbation (OR 0.63, 95% CI 0.49 to 0.81, P = 0.0003, N=1279).</p><p>Conclusion: Tailoring asthma medication based on FeNO and clinical symptoms may useful in asthmatic children. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 419-427, 2020

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  • Crustaceans and mollusks  [in Japanese]

    Matsui Teruaki

    … <p>IgE-mediated allergic reactions to crustaceans are relatively common and have been confirmed to occur in patients worldwide including Japan, although the prevalence varies regionally. … Among crustaceans, shrimps and prawns are the most predominant cause of allergy and are thus studied most frequently. … However, the tropomyosin-sensitized rate in allergic patients varies regionally, and low sensitization rates are observed in Japan. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 408-418, 2020

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  • Immediate allergic reaction to lactose in a child with cow's milk allergy  [in Japanese]

    Maeda Shoko , Hirata Ryoko , Hashimoto Fusako , Matsumoto Kazunori

    … <p>Lactose contains only trace amounts of cow's milk protein but, in rare cases, children with cow's milk allergy experience an immediate allergic reaction to lactose present in processed foods. … Blood tests revealed high levels of milk-specific IgE and she was diagnosed with cow's milk allergy. … Her parents were advised to completely exclude cow's milk and dairy products from her diet. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 370-375, 2020

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  • A two-years-old boy with cystic fibrosis requiring differentiation from infantile asthma  [in Japanese]

    Kinjo Yumi , Arakaki Yohei

    … <p>Cystic fibrosis (CF), a rare disease with poor prognosis in Japan, requires early detection and intervention. … A 2-year-old boy with no perinatal medical history had developed post-influenza wheezing and pneumonia at 11 months of age. … Low-dose macrolide therapy was initiated for suspected ciliary dysfunction and chronic bronchitis, but his symptoms still did not improve. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 376-383, 2020

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  • Kawasaki disease -up to date-  [in Japanese]

    Matsubara Tomoyo

    … The pathogenesis of KD is vasculitis caused by systemic inflammation in genetically susceptible children.</p><p>During the recent and ongoing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-2019) pandemic, the pediatric severe cases showing features similar to KD were reported in Europe and US. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 384-390, 2020

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  • Prevention of Food Allergy: early introduction of complementary food and oral immune tolerance  [in Japanese]

    Narita Masami

    … <p>Avoiding sensitization to food antigens and inducing oral immune tolerance are the main two strategies for preventing the onset of immediate food allergy. … Even after the sensitization, however, oral immune tolerance induction may be enough for preventing food allergy. … A meta-analysis of recent randomized controlled trials indicated that the introduction of peanut and hen' …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 391-399, 2020

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  • fish, fish roe  [in Japanese]

    Nakajima Yoichi

    … It is resistant to heat and easily soluble in water. … Due to cross-reactivity among different fish species, the patients with fish allergy may have allergic symptoms in multiple fish species. … There are reports of multiple allergens such as aldolase and enolase as minor allergens. … Allergens of fish roe have been analyzed in salmon roe, roe of <i>Gadus chalcogrammus</i>, and caviar. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 400-407, 2020

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  • Pediatric case of anaphylaxis caused by line marking powder made of eggshell  [in Japanese]

    Igarashi Mizuho , Suzuki Daichi , Akiyama Satoka , Obana Natsuko , Kawaguchi Takahiro , Hayashi Kenta , Oba Kunihiro

    … A 6-year-old boy, who has an egg allergy and atopic dermatitis, rubbed his face with line marker powdered hands during practice of a sports festival. … Soon, he developed cough and urticaria. … After that, his mother found that the line marking powder was made of eggshell and suspected that the powder caused his symptoms. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 366-369, 2020

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  • Long-term changes in lung function of pediatric patients with asthma who were treated with omalizumab  [in Japanese]

    Yoneno Shota , Nagao Mizuho , Matsuura Yuri , Hoshi Miyuki , Suzuki Naohumi , Imakiire Ryo , Kobori Taiga , Fujisawa Takao

    … Lung function measurements and other clinical data from medical records were retrospectively analyzed. … Yearly changes in %FEV1 were estimated by linear regression analysis during two periods: before and during omalizumab treatment.</p><p>Results: Ten patients were enrolled. … Six patients were followed up for more than 1 year before omalizumab treatment, and the yearly change in %FEV1 during the period was negative in all 6 patients, indicating a decline in %FEV1. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 325-333, 2020

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  • A case of Japanese cedar pollen allergy with throat itching and dyspnea by eating tomatoes during sublingual immunotherapy for Japanese cedar pollinosis  [in Japanese]

    Hashimoto Taisuke , Kasuga Saki , Ando Sakura , Yamamoto Naho , Fujikawa Shiori , Fujitani Hiroko , Kondo Yasuto , Hamazaki Takashi

    … <p>Background: The relevance between sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) with Japanese cedar pollen extract and pollen-food allergy syndrome (PFAS) to tomato has not been reported.</p><p>Patient: A 12-year-old boy with Japanese cedar pollinosis, asthma, and PFAS to apple, kiwi, and avocado. … After 1 month of SLIT with Japanese cedar pollen extract, he experienced throat itching and dyspnea immediately after eating two small tomatoes. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 334-338, 2020

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  • Study on the safety of early introduction of small quantities of egg for egg-sensitized infants  [in Japanese]

    Kinjo Yumi , Sakihara Tetsuhiro , Kawamitsu Yutaka , Kunishima Tomoko

    … We prospectively analyzed the safety of early introducing small quantities of HE and ingestion at home in infants.</p><p>Methods: An oral food challenge (1st OFC) with 0.2 g of HE was administered to 6-month-old infants who were egg-sensitized at the time. … We evaluated the OFC results and the safety of ingesting HE at home.</p><p>Results: Fifteen of 63 infants (23.8%) had positive 1st OFC results. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 351-358, 2020

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  • A case of microscopic colitis diagnosed by endoscopy during oral immunotherapy  [in Japanese]

    Nakano Atsuko , Hashimoto Naoki , Takata Koji , Iida Yoko , Takagawa Ken , Sakai Toshiyuki , Mushiake Sotaro

    … It is caused by medicines, infections, genetic predisposition, allergies, autoimmunity, and according to previous reports, food allergies.</p><p>The patient was an 11-year-old boy who was negative in a specific IgE test performed for eggs and milk, which had induced allergic symptoms since his infancy. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 339-345, 2020

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  • Two cases of food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome by fish  [in Japanese]

    Takahashi Hiroki , Ikari Yumi , Miyahara Maiko , Takahashi Yuki , Shirakawa Seigo , Masuda Kei

    … The specific IgE antibody against each fish was negative, the lymphocyte stimulation test for swordfish was positive, and the oral food challenge test for swordfish was positive. … Case 2 was a two-year-old female who repeatedly experienced vomiting after salmon, flounder, and sawara (Spanish mackerel) consumption during the weaning period. …

    Nihon Shoni Arerugi Gakkaishi. The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology 34(3), 346-350, 2020

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