Masatada Muramoto

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A simple method is described for checking the patency of ventriculoperitoneal shunts by using a pair of small disc thermistors. With this technique, shunt patency is shown by a downward deflection of the recording trace, blockage of the ventricular catheter is indicated by a flat-line recording, and obstruction of the distal end of the abdominal catheter is(More)
Serial computerized tomography (CT) scans were correlated with a precise time-course analysis of the neurological condition of 180 patients with hypertensive putaminal hemorrhage. All patients entered the study within 3 hours of the ictus. In this series, 111 patients were treated conservatively and 69 surgically. The neurological condition of each patient(More)
A series of 26 patients suffering traumatic intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) after closed head injury is reviewed, and the pathogenic mechanism of the traumatic IVH is discussed considering the site of origin of the IVH. Computed tomographic detection of the origin of the IVH was possible in 15 patients (Group 1): 6 had frontal or temporal contusional(More)
The case reports on the thrombo-embolectomy in the middle cerebral artery have been presented in a little frequency since 1954 when it was reported by Welch. But those in the acute stage have been reported very little. The present case concerns a male of 55 years old, who begun with the partial paralysis of the left upper limb and at the time of his(More)
YOTARO is a baby-type robot developed to create a new communication perspective between robots and humans through interaction experience based on the reproduction of a baby's behaviors and user actions. YOTARO exhibits different emotions and reactions, such as smiling, crying, sleeping, sneezing, and expressing anger. It is controlled by an emotion control(More)
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