Shinobu Ishi

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OBJECTIVE We evaluated the clinical characteristics of a Dermatitis Control Program based on a moderately absorbent surgical pad for head and neck cancer patients undergoing (chemo)radiotherapy. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed patients who underwent definitive radiotherapy or post-operative radiotherapy and were treated during radiotherapy with a(More)
We speculated that a systematic program to manage radiation dermatitis might decrease the incidence of severe or fatal cases in head and neck cancer patients receiving radiotherapy. Here, we conducted a prospective phase II study to clarify the clinical benefit of a Dermatitis Control Program (DeCoP) that did not use corticosteroids. Head and neck cancer(More)
We have experienced a case of angiosarcoma of the chest wall in a patient with fibrous dysplasia. The patient was a 64-year-old man and had large bilateral thoracic masses. Each tumor, resected metachronously with the chest wall, was diagnosed as angiosarcoma. One of these tumors had a histological component of fibrous dysplasia. The patient died from brain(More)
We performed radical operation on 136 cases of duodenal ulcer which had been difficult to cure of by medical treatment. We studied the character of 117 cases which could be examined in detail both macroscopically and microscopically. We could find that the duodenal ulcer which had symmetrical nature including both linear and kissing was longer in the period(More)
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