Hideyasu Hirosawa

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A 73-year-old Japanese man was referred to Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital with a 6-day history of fever. Nine days prior to admission, he had received a tick bite on his right knee while picking bamboo shoots. Three days after the bite, he developed a fever with shaking chills. Minocycline was prescribed at a local clinic, but his symptoms did not resolve.(More)
Toxic effects on the retina by oral administration of thioridazine was investigated by electroretinography (ERG) using male Wistar rats. An obvious reduction followed by a disappearance in the O2 component of the oscillatory potentials of the ERG was seen in a dose-dependent manner. The minimum dosage given to produce the above change was 3 mg/kg/day for 7(More)
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