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[A case of Scedosporium apiospermum keratitis confirmed by a molecular genetic method]
Yoon S, et al. Korean J Lab Med 2008. Among authors: Kim H, Kim S. PMID 18728381 Korean.
The mold was identified as Scedosporium apiospermum by macroscopic and microscopic morphologies and the nucleotide sequences of a fungal PCR product showing 99% homology with those of S. apiospermum (EF151349). ...The early diagnosis of S. apiospermum keratitis is very important for proper treatment. It is recommended that molecular diagnostic methods such as fungal PCR and sequencing be done with conventional cultures whenever a fungal infection is suspected....
The mold was identified as Scedosporium apiospermum by macroscopic and microscopic morphologies and the nucleotide sequences of a fungal PCR …
A case of immune hemolytic anemia induced by ceftizoxime and cefobactam (sulbactam/cefoperazone)
Baek EJ, et al. Korean J Lab Med 2009. Among authors: Kim HO, Kim S. PMID 20046091
The patient's serum exhibited agglutination of ceftizoxime- or sulbactam-coated red blood cells (RBCs; via a drug-adsorption mechanism) and of uncoated RBCs in the presence of sulbactam (via an immune-complex mechanism). Although ceftizoxime is known to exhibit a positive reaction by an immune-complex method with or without reactivity with drug-coated RBCs, this patient's antibodies were reactive only against drug-coated RBCs. ...
The patient's serum exhibited agglutination of ceftizoxime- or sulbactam-coated red blood cells (RBCs; via a drug-adsorption mechanis …
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