Ken-Ichiroh Asano

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BACKGROUND A female infant was born with a left-sided glioblastoma that manifested clinically with weakened crying and feeding on day 1 of life, fever and bulging anterior fontanel on day 4, and right hemiparesis by day 10. METHODS Preoperative magnetic resonance imaging showed hemosiderin intensity indicating that hemorrhage had occurred during the(More)
A rare case of upbeating nystagmus, which occurred under the condition of a loss of visual fixation, due to anticonvulsant intoxication is reported. This patient, a 29 year old male, suffered from grand mal epilepsy for about 12 years, and he had been treated with anticonvulsive drugs. Although a neurological evaluation by a neurosurgeon could suggest the(More)
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