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  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    […] also was hypothesized that the occurrence of menstrual dysfunction might interact with goal pursuit failure to more specifically predict cold and flu symptoms and optimal responses[] (P CONCLUSION: During infection, asthmatic subjects exhibit decreased T-cell responsiveness to steroids.[] Abstract Although viral upper respiratory infections (URIs) provoke wheezing in many asthma patients, the effect of these illnesses on the airway response to inhaled antigen[]

  • Influenza

    However, pregnancy-induced shifts in vaccine responsiveness remain poorly defined.[] Breast milk and serum antibody responses were measured at Days 0 and 28.[] […] in skin and some internal organs, alters immune responses and induces reactivation of viral infections in people who have genetic predisposition.[]

  • Insect Bite

    We present a liver transplant patient with cutaneous cryptococcal cellulitis subsequent to an insect bite, without systemic involvement and with excellent response to treatment[] Although the clinical picture and the histological characteristics of the lesions were typical for insect bites, none of the patients actually had a history, course, or response[] Treatment included local ointments, antihistaminics, oral steroids, antibiotics, phototherapy, and dapsone with varying responses.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Abstract Sapoviruses (SaVs) are responsible for acute gastroenteritis in humans, especially children and the elderly.[] The dominant age group was 10 to 19 years old, responsible for 75.7% (933/1232) of cases. Generally, the dominant genotypes was GII, for 81.9% (1058/1291) of sequences.[] Risk factors common in other regions and rotavirus vaccine preventable genotypes are responsible for infection.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    However, leukocyte response of recipients to lipopolysaccharide was impaired irrespective of donor and recipient sex to the same extend.[] This study reveals a novel aspect of UPEC metabolism in the host and provides evidence for an underappreciated link between bacterial metabolism and the host immune response[] Secondary outcomes included bacteriologic response and incidence of adverse events.[]

  • Sunburn

    We explored the relationships between expression of these lipid mediators and the clinical and histological outcomes, comparing responses of individuals prone and more resistant[] RESULTS: In total, 3623 persons responded (response rate 50-59%). Skin cancer knowledge in 2008 was high at 97%.[] Evidence of a significant inflammatory response was seen earlier in phototype I/II with regard to expression of erythema (4 h, p 0.001), neutrophil infiltration (24 h, p 0.01[]

  • Skin Infection

    Mϕs were key to recruit PML within hours in response to staphylococci, irrespective of bacterial viability.[] While the responses were highly variable, numerous instances of cross-reactive killing were observed.[] The primary end point, early clinical response, required the cessation of spread of infection-related erythema and the absence of fever at 48 to 72 hours.[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    Therefore, our study demonstrates that KS provides protection in GAS-infected mice by enhancing bacterial clearance, as well as reducing inflammatory responses and organ damage[] CONCLUSIONS: It is suggested that these obsessions and compulsions may be related to an autoimmune response to the streptococcal infection.[]

  • Sinusitis

    The translated versions also detected significant change in response to an intervention (P less than .0001).[] CONCLUSION: Shared type II inflammation may be responsible for the coexistence of IgG4-RD and AERD as observed in our patient.[] CONCLUSION: Our data suggest that SP-A is expressed in the sinuses and that it plays a role in the sinus innate immune responses during bacterial infections. 2017 ARS-AAOA[]

  • Pharyngitis

    RESULTS: Of the 50 tests, 45 provided a negative response while 5 were positive for the search of the beta-hemolytic Streptococcus group A.[] Abstract Group A streptococcus (GAS) is responsible for 15%-30% of cases of acute pharyngitis in children.[] Immunological mechanisms of PFAPA involve an abnormal, IL-1β dependent innate immune response to an environmental trigger, which leads to Th1-driven inflammation expressed[]

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