Ken Tomida

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CT-guided stereotactic aspiration surgery for the evacuation of hypertensive brain hemorrhage (HBH) has been introduced recently. From December, 1980, to April, 1986, we used aspiration surgery in 375 cases of HBH. The 6-month postoperative outcome of aspiration surgery for acute basal-ganglionic hemorrhage was compared with that after conventional surgery(More)
[Purpose] The purpose of this study was to find whether a fast treadmill gait training speed is effective for the gait training of stroke patients in the early rehabilitation stage. [Subjects and Methods] Thirty-nine stroke patients were the subjects of our investigation. They walked on a treadmill with handrail supports at a fast speed (130% of their(More)
[Purpose] This study aimed to determine the effects of increased amount of physical therapy exercise on improvements in the walking ability of patients with stroke. [Subjects and Methods] The subjects were selected from patients with stroke who were hospitalized in the convalescent rehabilitation ward, and included 91 patients who received physical therapy(More)
From May 1976, through May 1985, eighty-nine patients with hypertensive cerebellar hemorrhage were admitted to our university hospital and affiliated hospitals. The age at onset ranged from 42 to 86 years, with a mean of 65.1 years. Thirty-one of these patients underwent conservative treatment, 20 were given ventricular drainage, 23 underwent suboccipital(More)
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