Atsushi Enjyoji

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We report herein the case of a 75-year-old man who developed severe tetanus 24 h after the resection of a gangrenous perforated small intestine. It seemed that the tetanus was caused by a spillage of the intestinal contents harboring Clostridium tetani; however, this was not identified by a culture. The diagnosis of tetanus was made only when opisthotonus(More)
We report herein the case of a 70-year-old woman with histologically confirmed gastric Borrmann type 3 cancer in the posterior wall of the fundus in whom computed tomography demonstrated a dilated portal trunk and splenic vein containing a low-density mass, but no evidence of liver metastases. The venous phase of a superior mesenteric arteriogram(More)
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