Kosuke Narumiya

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BACKGROUND Patients with esophageal achalasia are considered to be a high-risk group for esophageal carcinoma, and it has been reported that this cancer often arises at a long interval after surgery for achalasia. However, it is unclear whether esophageal carcinoma is frequent when achalasia has been treated successfully and the patient is without(More)
The patient was a 65-year-old man, who had undergone right nephrectomy for renal cancer in 2002. At that time, histopathological examination revealed clear cell carcinoma (pT3a, pN0, M0, and pStage III). Postoperatively, he received natural interferon alpha (6 million units 3 times a week) from November 2002 to February 2005, and showed no evidence of(More)
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