Ryuta Fukuya

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In the management of patients with acute cerebral disturbances, it is essential to determine precisely the degree of impaired consciousness. In order to secure the accuracy of observations, one must use a reliable coma scale. We have evaluated the Edinburgh 2 coma scale (E2CS) and explored the relationship between levels of the E2CS and the final outcome.(More)
We reported two cases of acute basilar artery occlusion (BAO) with favorable prognosis and discussed the role of collateral circulation. Patient 1 presented with minor brainstem dysfunction for 24 hours due to a short-segment embolic BAO at the mid-pontine level. Carotid angiogram demonstrated reversed basilar flow through the posterior communicating artery(More)
Deformation and stress distribution caused by putaminal hemorrhage in two-dimensional model brain were analyzed by computer simulation using finite element method. The model brain was composed of cerebral cortex, white matter, caudate nucleus, lenticular nucleus, thalamus and lateral ventricle. Young's modulus of gray and white matter was assumed to be 0.08(More)
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