Kazuaki Kodama

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  • K Kodama
  • 1997
Asphyxia may play an important role in the pathogenesis of cerebral palsy (CP) in a subpopulation of patients, although this has recently been questioned by some investigators. Here I describe the results of our analyses into the involuntary movements of children with CP, which resulted from perinatal hypoxic brain damages. Based on cranial CT or MRI(More)
OBJECTIVE Preoperative 3D CT/MR fusion images were prepared for preoperative evaluations and intraoperative assistance for the following lesions: arteriovenous -malformations (AVMs), meningiomas, and metastatic tumors that spread onto the brain surface. METHOD We prepared 3D CT/MR fusion images for 4 AVMs, 13 meningiomas, and 7 metastatic tumors, and(More)
  • K Kodama
  • 1998
Cerebral palsy is associated not merely with impairments of posture and locomotion, but also with various other problems. Medical illnesses should be treated by an adequate system. Emotional disturbances require a psychological support. Communication disorders may be overcome with proper modern equipments Perceptional deficits and sensory impairments should(More)
We investigated the incidence rates of several neurological diseases in childhood in a suburban Tokyo area with a total population of about 130,000. The number of liveborn babies during 1985-1989 was 6,772. The number of patients with cerebral palsy (CP) was 13 and the incidence rate was 1.9/1,000, which is equal to the results of reports from several(More)
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