Eijiro Kobayashi

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The feasibility of diagnosing the malignancy and viability of intraparenchymal brain tumours using Gd-DTPA, enhanced and unenhanced T1-weighted MRIs was investigated. The relationship between the Gd-DTPA enhancement pattern, the growth fraction (GF) determined by using the anti-bromode-oxyuridine (BrdU) monoclonal antibody, the clinical condition, the(More)
A 50-year-old woman with idiopathic deep cerebral sinus and vein thrombosis (DCVT) had cerebellar disturbance prior to impaired consciousness. CT and MRI revealed haemorrhagic infarction in the cerebellum and signal changes suggesting infarction in the thalamus and basal ganglia bilaterally. The straight sinus and internal cerebral vein (ICV) were dense on(More)
S. D. Lavine & K. Cockroft & B. Hoh & N. Bambakidis & A. A. Khalessi & H. Woo & H. Riina & A. Siddiqui & J. A. Hirsch & W. Chong & H. Rice & J. Wenderoth & P. Mitchell & A. Coulthard & T. J. Signh & C. Phatorous &M.Khangure & P. Klurfan & K. ter Brugge & D Iancu & T. Gunnarsson & O. Jansen & M. Muto & I. Szikora & L. Pierot & P. Brouwer & J. Gralla & S.(More)
Therapeutic occlusion of the vertebral artery (VA) is one of the treatments for unclippable aneurysms and other lesions, although controversy still surrounds the appropriate site for occlusion to attain selective thrombosis of the lesion while avoiding ischaemic complications. The lower two-thirds of the lateral medulla are supplied by perforating branches(More)
S. D. Lavine & K. Cockroft & B. Hoh & N. Bambakidis & A. A. Khalessi & H. Woo & H. Riina & A. Siddiqui & J. A. Hirsch & W. Chong & H. Rice & J. Wenderoth & P. Mitchell & A. Coulthard & T. J. Signh & C. Phatouros & M. Khangure & P. Klurfan & K. ter Brugge & D Iancu & T. Gunnarsson & O. Jansen & M. Muto & I. Szikora & L. Pierot & P. Brouwer & J. Gralla & S.(More)
BACKGROUND This is probably the first report of a population study on infantile eczema performed for 12 months at two ages of 4 months and 10 months on the same infant group. METHODS The Fujiidera Health Center services the health needs of 181,994 inhabitants of Habikino and Fujiidera cities. Between September 1990 and August 1991,1775 newborns were(More)
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