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An operated case of cerebral paragonimiasis miyazakii was reported. A 25-year-old man was admitted to our hospital on Jan. 25, 1982, because of weakness, sensory disorder and focal convulsion of the right upper limb. He complained of slight headache but had no sign of meningeal irritation nor inflammation. CT scan revealed a left parietal low density mass(More)
  • M Soutsu
  • No to shinkei = Brain and nerve
  • 1988
We studied about ABRs of boxers, who receive repeated impact to the head and are often concussed, immediately after bouts or training in order to reveal the influence of knock-out or repeated mild head injuries. Forty-six male professional boxers ranged from 18 to 28 years old, were examined at the stadium and the boxing gymnasium. 85 recordings were done(More)
The anatomical asymmetries of the cerebral hemispheres were described by several investigators. These evaluations were done in postmortem condition. With the introduction of the CT scan, the cytoarchitecture of the human brain in vivo are well appreciated. The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the functional and anatomical asymmetries on the frontal(More)
  • M Soutsu
  • No to shinkei = Brain and nerve
  • 1988
We had examined auditory brainstem responses (ABRs) of boxers in order to study human cerebral concussion. ABRs were not prolonged after bouts or knock-out but were unexpectedly shortened after any exertion with or without impact to the head. It was supposed that hyperthermia induced by exertion shortened brainstem conduction velocity as it occurred in(More)
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