Dr. Hiroshi Nagata

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A 44-year-old man with neurofibromatosis suffered from severe diarrhea and progressive hypoproteinemia. Enteric protein loss was confirmed by an α-antitrypsin clearance test. An x-ray study showed irregular mucosa in the distal segment of the ileum. Protein loss has subsided after ileocecal resection. Laparotomy and radiological examinations failed to(More)
Endoscopic injection sclerotherapy is useful in stopping bleeding from esophageal varices. We compared thein vivo effects of sclerosants on thrombogenesis, hemostasis, and endothelial injury. We injected aethoxysclerol (AS) or ethanolamine oleate (EO) into the small veins of the rat intestine. The maximum thrombogenic index with AS was 30.7 and with EO was(More)
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