Kenichi Toda

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Biting behavior and emotional stress are directly related in rats [1]. In humans, likewise, emotional stress is known to induce parafunctional oral behaviors such as bruxism, tooth clenching, and nail biting. This phenomenon is well documented, but its mechanism is poorly understood. Would there be a purpose for the development of these stereotypies? One(More)
Oblique axial and oblique coronal MR images parallel to the femoral neck provide more valuable information concerning the proximal femur than orthogonal images. The main disadvantage of the unilateral oblique imaging is that the imaging time is significantly increased when both hips need to be imaged. If the bilateral oblique imaging is performed(More)
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