Eri Ishizaki

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BACKGROUND We have analyzed the records of our own hospitalized cases of bilateral chronic subdural hematoma (cSDH) to reveal the prognosis. METHODS Ninety-eight cases of cSDH were operated at our hospital over a 6-year period, in which 14 cases were classified as being bilateral. Among these 14 cases, 6 cases showed a rapid and aggressive clinical(More)
A case of solitary and unilateral trochlear nerve palsy following a minor, blunt head impact is reported. A 72-year-old man fell down backwards from the top of a staircase having 13 steps and hit his right parietal head and shoulder. Routine neurological examination revealed no remarkable findings, however, the subject complained of double vision when he(More)
A 59-year-old woman visited our institute with the chief complaint of dizziness which persisted whenever she tried to focus on objects. She had not experienced apparent double vision and had no history of intracranial bleeding. Neurological examination revealed no abnormality except for exotropia at the mid-position and at upper gaze. Cerebral angiography(More)
Magnetic resonance images (MRI) of 103 patients were examined to reveal whether positive antinuclear antibody is a risk factor for cerebral ischemia. The most common MRI formation was the presence of small high-intensity spots. The prevalence of hypertension and diabetes mellitus was significantly low. Although seven cases had no medical risk factors; they(More)
Two cases of transient global amnesia (TGA) following coronary angiography are reported. Nonionic contrast media was used and injected at room temperature. Both cases showed sudden amnesia about 15 minutes after the left ventriculography. A clinical feature was typical to TGA, showing repeated questions with retrograde and antegrade memory disturbance(More)
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