Ikki Kajiwara

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A 46-year-old woman was admitted with generalized convulsion and deep coma which occurred 3 weeks after sudden onset of severe headache and pyrexia. Initial computed tomography did not reveal any abnormal findings except for an arachnoid cyst in the right middle fossa. Three weeks later repeat computed tomography showed intracystic hematoma in the arachnoid(More)
BACKGROUND Intraventricular hemorrhages (IVHs) caused by ruptured cerebral aneurysms often have poor outcomes. Treatment challenges include comorbidities, increased intracranial pressure caused by IVH, and risk of rebleeding. CASE DESCRIPTION Two cases of severe IVH accompanied by acute hydrocephalus caused by ruptured aneurysm were treated with coil(More)
BACKGROUND Although most neurovascular diseases can be treated either by microsurgical or endovascular means, a subset of patients may require a combined approach. Patient transfer from the operating room (OR) to the angiosuite has been a fundamental drawback of this type of approach. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study is to report our clinical(More)
A 87-year old male was admitted to our hospital due to generalized convulsion with loss of consiousness. He was afebrile and his blood sampling was not infectious. Computed tomography scan suspected left chronic subdural hematoma. Burr hole drainage was performed to remove the hematoma, but the abscess was aspirated in the subdural space. Infected subdural(More)
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