Hirokatsu Osawa

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Cell division is an elemental process, and mainly consists of chromosome segregation and subsequent cytokinesis. Some errors in this process have the possibility of leading to carcinogenesis. Aurora-B is known as a chromosomal passenger protein that regulates cell division. In our previous studies of giant cell glioblastoma, we reported that multinucleated(More)
BACKGROUND Distraction osteogenesis is a standard method for craniosynostosis. However, the technique using conventional devices still has some disadvantages, especially for anterior or posterior plagiocephaly with complex deformities. In the Nakajima's angle-variable internal distraction (NAVID) system originally for maxillary surgeries, the cranial(More)
A 29-year-old man suffered repeated subarachnoid hemorrhage and cerebral ischemic stroke over a period of 6 years. Cerebral angiography at each episode disclosed development of multiple de novo aneurysms at the bilateral middle cerebral arteries (MCAs), internal carotid arteries, right anterior cerebral artery, and right vertebral artery. Two of the(More)
Slit-ventricle syndrome (SVS) seems to encompass various pathophysiological abnormalities, including overdrainage of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and craniocerebral disproportion after extracranial CSF shunt placement. These pathologies result in small ventricle morphologically, and the ventricular catheter is obstructed by the collapsed ventricular walls.(More)
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