Nagao Watarai

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We present the first case of retroperitoneal alveolar soft part sarcoma (ASPS) to be reported in Japan. The patient was a 27-years-old woman. After the retroperitoneal (tumors were) removed, bilateral lung metastasis was found and removed. Shortly thereafter, a recurrent retroperitoneal tumor arose, but because removal of the tumor was impossible, injection(More)
A 58-year-old woman who was inoperable because of S3 (pancreas and colon) and P1 at the initial operation was treated with UFT, ADM and MMC at a dosage of 242.7 g, 418 mg and 166 mg, respectively. After the chemotherapy (2 years and 6 months from initial operation), a second look operation revealed that a tumor was localized in the submucosal layer and(More)
Benign stenosis of the mid-thoracic esophagus developed in a 28-yr-old man. At operation, the esophageal wall was adherent to the surrounding tissues at the level of the stricture, and the esophageal wall appeared scarred and felt hard. Pathologic examination of the resected specimen showed many submucosal cystic spaces associated with mucosal depressions.(More)
A 73-year-old woman developed an abdominal tumor. We performed tumor resection. The tumor, located between the fascia and peritoneum, was removed completely. The histological finding was cystadenocarcinoma. Thirty-eight years earlier she had undergone total hysterectomy and bilateral oophorectomy because of abnormal genital bleeding. At that time, her own(More)
In a 51-year-old man the middle colic artery ruptured. The patient had abdominal pain for several days, and then suddenly, a considerable intraperitoneal bleeding occurred. The aneurysm was extirpated and in the postoperative angiogram, numerous aneurysms were detected in the colic artery. Splanchnic artery aneurysm mainly occurs in renal artery, splenic(More)
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