Hideyuki Uno

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Very limited information is available on body burdens and environmental levels of dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs (dl-PCBs) in mainland China. In the current studies, human milk samples were collected from 30 breastfeeding mothers in Shijiazhuang city (industrialized) and 11 in the Tanshan countryside (agricultural) of Hebei Province in northern China. An(More)
Bedtime inhalation of a novel muscarinic M3 receptor antagonist markedly lowered ambulatory blood pressure (ABP), predominantly during sleep, in a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patient with masked nocturnal hypertension. This is the first case demonstrating that a bronchodilator significantly lowered ABP in a COPD patient with hypertension.(More)
Hypotrichosis of the scalp was found in 4 individuals of a 6-generation Caucasian family. This congenital phenomenon is a rather rare subtype of hereditary hypotrichosis and affects only scalp hair. The hairs of the scalp were generally sparse and short vellus type from childhood and thinned progressively with age. Morphologic studies showed poor(More)
The relationship between occupation and adverse health effects has been studied throughout the world. In the past, most of these studies focused on the direct examination of physical adverse effects. More recently, there has been a growing interest in the examination of mental adverse effects, due to the emergence of social problems such as suicide and(More)
Anatomical Detectable Tuberculosis in Victims of Unnatural Death in Kyoto and Mathematical Considerations of the Frequency of Tuberculous Primary Infection and Exogenous Reinfection Author(s) YAMORI, Takeo; MORI, Yoshitaka; DEME, Hiromu; UNO, Hiroshi Citation Acta tuberculosea Japonica (1953), 3(1): 1-12 Issue Date 1953-06-15 URL(More)
Four and half years have passed since Mt. Oyama in Miyake Island erupted. Ambient sulfur dioxide (SO2) is still above the environmental air standard in parts of the island, even though emission of the volcanic gas has diminished. Reconstruction of life-support infrastructure in the island and safety measures started in July 2002, and a short-term trial stay(More)
Strong adherence to antihypertensive therapy has been shown to reduce the frequency of cardiovascular events by strictly controlling blood pressure. Although calcium channel blockers (CCBs) are among the most popular antihypertensive drugs in Japan, few trials have been conducted using high CCB doses in Japanese patients. In this study, we administered(More)
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