Kouichiou Okamoto

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Angiocentric glioma (AG) is an epileptogenic benign cerebral tumor primarily affecting children and young adults, and characterized histopathologically by an angiocentric pattern of growth of monomorphous bipolar cells with features of ependymal differentiation (WHO grade I). We report an unusual cerebral glial tumor in a 66-year-old woman with generalized(More)
BACKGROUND If tracheal intubation can be performed during uninterrupted chest compressions, this will sustain circulation during the procedure of intubation and may lead to successful resuscitation. We compared three types of laryngoscope on a manikin as to whether they enabled tracheal intubation while the manikin's chest was rhythmically compressed. (More)
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