Madoka Shiota

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It is sometimes difficult to discriminate high functioning pervasive developmental disorders (HFPDD) from attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders (AD/HD) in young children because of the behavioral similarities between the two. For adequate diagnosis, understanding fundamental differences in their social cognitive abilities might become significant. In(More)
The purpose of this study is to clear up the difference between Asperger's disorder (AS) and high functioning autism (HFA) with a newly developed test, the metaphor and sarcasm scenario test (MSST) can be used to distinguish pervasive developmental disorder (PDD) from attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders (AD/HD). So 66 AS children, 20 HFA children and(More)
This clinical practice guideline provides recommendations for the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of school-aged children and juveniles with orthostatic dysregulation (OD), usually named orthostatic intolerance in USA and Europe. This guideline is intended for use by primary care clinicians working in primary care settings. The guideline contains the(More)
A questionnaire on smoking behavior, knowledge of smoking-related diseases and attitudes toward the passive exposure to smoking was administered and results analyzed for differences in (1) region, (2) major area of study in the university, (3) grade and (4) date of survey on smoking behavior, knowledge and attitude of the freshmen students. (1) 294 urban(More)
This study was designed to investigate the incidence and prognosis of epilepsy in 109 patients with cerebral palsy and to attempt to correlate these clinical data with the type of palsy. The incidence of epilepsy, the onset of age and the type of first seizure were associated with the regions affected by palsy. A good association exists between tetraplegia(More)
Yoshiaki Saito, Hiroko Kure-Kageyama, Yuko Saito-Sakurai, Madoka Shiota, Atsushi Yokoyama, Susumu Kusunoki, Yoshihiro Maegaki and Kousaku Ohno Division of Child Neurology, Institute of Neurological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Tottori University, Division of Pediatrics, Tottori Prefectural Center for Disabled Individuals, Yonago, Division of Pediatrics,(More)
OBJECTIVE The clinical characteristics of neurological sequelae in patients with acute encephalopathy with febrile convulsive status epilepticus (AEFCSE) was elucidated. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed 8 patients, which were admitted to our hospital from 2002 to 2011. RESULTS In the subacute phase, transient neurological symptoms, such as dystonia(More)
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