Hideaki Imada

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We describe the fourth reported case involving "Mycobacterium ulcerans subsp. shinshuense." Compared to previous cases, the infection was more invasive with extensive ulceration from the elbow to the forearm. Definitive identification involved IS2404 detection, 16S rRNA gene sequencing, and analysis of the 16S rRNA gene 3'-terminal region and the virulence(More)
To investigate the efficacy of ‘20°-tilt anteroposterior (A-P) radiography’ in the assessment of lateral condylar fractures of the distal humerus. Eighteen children with lateral humeral condylar fractures were studied. Every child underwent conventional A-P and lateral radiography, and six children underwent multi-detector computed tomography (MDCT). For(More)
Judgment strategies of 169 undergraduate students on problems to judge the contingency between two binary events were identified by the method of rule-based analysis to clarify whether or not the strategies the subjects used would be affected by the concrete nature of the contingency table. Problems were constructed along two factors: total cell frequency(More)
The purpose of the present experiment was to compare the performance of rats in a win-shift task and a win-stay task in a radial arm maze. To this end, three experiments were conducted using a variety of procedures. In general, the win-shift task required the rats to choose the unvisited arms and the win-stay task required the rats to return the visited(More)
The purpose of this study was to examine the 'agari' experiences in everyday life. 'Agari' is a Japanese noun (the verb form is 'agaru'), referring to broad experiences including stage-fright, choking under pressure, social anxiety, and so on. Based upon the self-reports of 452 subjects, we constructed, in Study 1, a 52-items Features of 'Agari' Experience(More)
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