Nobuyuki Tateno

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Fifty-one patients with stage III and IV ovarian adenocarcinoma underwent initial cytoreductive surgery at Kurume University Hospital between January 1982 and October 1985. They were assigned postoperatively by randomized trials to immunochemotherapy or chemotherapy alone. Of all 51 patients, long-term results of immunochemotherapy for 43 patients were(More)
Numerous reports have recently indicated that the DNA content of various malignant tumors can be of great value in predicting biological behavior and prognosis of the tumors. This study was undertaken to determine the nuclear DNA content in the primary and recurrent ovarian carcinoma of the same 20 consecutive patients by flow cytometry, and the results on(More)
We investigated patients who underwent CT angiography of major or peripheral vascular diseases multiple times using MDCT scanners with a different number of X-ray detector-rows to evaluate the impact of advances of diagnostic imaging from a clinical perspective. The image quality of main vascular lesions including thoracic aortic aneurysm, abdominal aortic(More)
One hundred and fifty-nine cases of stage III or IV ovarian cancer treated at Kurume University and affiliated hospitals over the decade from 1978 to 1987 were analysed for their clinical outcome in relation to the therapeutic methods. The following results were obtained. 1) Two definite groups of patients were identified, one having a favourable prognosis(More)
Seven patients with uterine endometrial carcinoma received a postoperative combination chemotherapy with ifosfamide (1g/m2) daily for 5 days, and adriamycin (50mg/m2) and cisplatin (50mg/m2) on day 1 (IAP). All except one patient with the disease without myometrial invasion received 5 courses or more of IAP treatment. Of four patients with measurable(More)
Thirty-four recurrent cases of 89 patients with ovarian cancer treated in our department between 1985 and 1989 were examined for changes in serum CA125 level. 1) Upon confirmation of recurrence, 17 patients were positive for CA125 and 15 were negative. 2) According to the histopathological type, the rate of CA125 positivity in patients with recurrence was(More)
A total of 169 paraffin-embedded tissue sections from 42 patients with epithelial ovarian cancer were subjected to analysis of cellular DNA content by flow cytometry. Twenty-three cases were found to be homogenously diploid, whereas 19 cases were aneuploid. A "mosaic" type containing both aneuploid and diploid cell populations was found in 11 of 19(More)
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