Jun Yaegashi

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INTRODUCTION Scedosporium apiospermum is increasingly recognized as a cause of localized and disseminated mycotic infections in near-drowning victims. CASE PRESENTATION We report the case of a 59-year-old Japanese woman who was a survivor of a tsunami in northeastern Japan and who had lung and brain abscesses caused by S. apiospermum. Initially, an(More)
In asthmatic patients, the threshold for specific airway conductance during quiet breathing (sGawqt) in the airway hypersensitivity test was determined using our newly developed pressure corrected flow type body plethysmograph and compared with that measured by means of respiratory resistance (Grs) Astograph in relation to the following parameters: 1) Dmin,(More)
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