Hiromi Tateno

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Case Study A 67-year-old man with untreated hypertension was admitted due to sudden onset involuntary movements involving the left arm and leg. Examination disclosed irregular coarse and twisting movement involving both distal and proximal muscles in the left arm and leg (Figure 1A). Magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography of the brain revealed(More)
It is reported that severe bladder disorder in idiopathic normal-pressure hydrocephalus (iNPH) is predicted by right frontal hypoperfusion. However, it is not known whether bladder recovery is predicted by brain perfusion change after shunt surgery. To address this issue, we compared bladder and brain function before and after shunt surgery in iNPH. We(More)