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HDlive imaging of intra-amniotic umbilical vein varix with thrombosis.
We present a case of intra-amniotic umbilical vein varix with thrombosis using conventional two-dimensional (2D) sonography, power Doppler, three-dimensional (3D) HD-flow, and HDlive at 35 weeks ofExpand
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An autopsy case of an aged patient with spinocerebellar ataxia type 2
We report the case of a woman who developed limb clumsiness in her fifties and gait disturbance in her sixties. She was bedridden after bone fractures at age 75 and showed disorientation, slow eyeExpand
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Detection of anti‐CADM‐140/MDA5 antibodies in a patient with classic dermatomyositis developing rapidly progressive interstitial lung disease
skin manifestation, gastrointestinal and central nervous symptom treated with corticosteroid. J Dermatol 2005; 32: 295–298. 4 Panniello G, Fenizi G, Amicarelli V et al. Spontaneous cutaneousExpand
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[Hemiparkinsonism due to a solitary infarction of the right external segment of the globus pallidus: a case report].
Three months prior to presentation, a 76-year-old woman suffered from insomnia and was prescribed some antidepressants and hypnotics. At that time, brain MRI showed no cerebral infarcts. HavingExpand
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[Cervical epidural β2-microglobulin amyloidoma presenting with acute paraplegia 5 months after introduction of hemodialysis].
A 66-year-old man was admitted to our hospital with acute paraplegia. He has suffered from hypertension with renal dysfunction for 7 years. Five months before admission, hemodialysis was introducedExpand
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[A case of body lateropulsion to the left in acute cerebral infarction of the right medial parietal lesion].
A 68-year-old right-handed woman with acute-onset inability to stand was admitted to our department. Although left hemiparesis was minor, the neurological examination on admission showed marked bodyExpand
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[A case of multiple sclerosis with bilateral intermediate uveitis].
We describe a case of 20-year-old woman with visual impairment in her left eye. Her left visual acuity was 0.07 and an ophthalmoscopic examination demonstrated bilateral intermediate uveitis (IU). AExpand
[A case of Miller Fisher syndrome with a false-positive edrophonium test].
A 69-year-old woman presented with acute bilateral ptosis, ophthalmoplegia, ataxia, and hyporeflexia in the extremities following an antecedent upper respiratory infection. We suspected that she hadExpand