Mai Takagi

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A 4-year-old boy developed bilateral optic neuritis. Although precise neuro-ophthalmological evaluation was difficult, the diagnosis was made with gadolinium-enhanced MR imaging using fat-suppression technique in the initial stage of the disease. Enhancement and enlargement of the intraorbital and intracanalicular optic nerve were demonstrated bilaterally(More)
Osteopenia is frequently observed in patients with Turner's syndrome. By contrast, there is no report concerning bone metabolism in patients with Noonan's syndrome which comprises Turner's phenotypic characteristics without any sex chromosome abnormalities. In the present investigation, we determined bone mineral density (BMD) as well as serum and urine(More)