Masahiro Iinuma

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1. At the age of 20 postnatal days, more than a half of the dogs (13/20) showed incisor eruption. At the age of 25 postnatal days, half of the dogs (10/20) showed molar eruption. 2. At the age of 24 postnatal days, half of the dogs (10/20) started chewing behavior. 3. EMG amplitudes of temporal muscle were larger than that of masseter muscle until 26.5 days(More)
A 43-year-old woman with mental retardation, epilepsy, and urinary stone disease had a right renal tumor. Acne-like anthema around the nose and dental pits of the nine teeth were typical signs of tuberous sclerosis (TSC), and the biopsy finding of the facial anthema was consistant with TSC. The pathological diagnosis of laparoscopic nephrectomy was renal(More)
The sucking period of puppies was prolonged by 7 days and the start of rhythmical chewing was delayed to more than 50 postnatal days. In puppies having erupted teeth but no periodontal sensation due to nerve degeneration, chewing rhythm formation was delayed by 20 days. The rhythm of chewing was not affected by extraction of all primary teeth after(More)
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