Eri Koitabashi

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A 73-year-old man was admitted to a hospital with a complaint of epigastralgia and for evaluation of liver dysfunction. After hospitalization, he experienced disturbance of consciousness with septic shock, and was then transferred to our hospital. Computed tomography revealed dilatation of the intrahepatic bile duct and tumor of the middle bile duct. We(More)
Sixty year-old male positive for both HCV-RNA and HBsAg was treated by triple therapy of peginterferon alpha2b, ribavirin and telaprevir. Eight weeks after the beginning of the therapy, the patient developed drug induced hypersensitivity syndrome (DIHS) with general erythema multiforme and 64 times anti-HHV6 antibody elevation. Sixty milligram of(More)
A woman in her seventies was admitted because of general fatigue and liver dysfunction (ALT 2565 IU/l). She was diabetic and, 2 months ago, began eating kikuimo (Jerusalem artichoke) containing inulin, which is thought to decrease blood sugar level. Although tests showed no evidence of acute infection of HAV, HBV, HCV, EBV and CMV, a drug-induced lymphocyte(More)
MK615, a compound extracted from the Japanese apricot "Prunus mume" has been reported to have in vitro anti-tumor activities against several cancer cell lines, including hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). However, the clinical effects and feasibility of administering MK615 for patients with HCC were unknown. We experienced a case with advanced HCC for which(More)
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