Shinsuke Kikuchi

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A 68-year-old man developed right homonymous hemianopic paracentral scotomas from acute infarction of the left extrastriate area. He was studied over the ensuing 12 months with visual fields, conventional MRI, functional MRI (fMRI), and diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). As the visual field defect became smaller, fMRI demonstrated progressively larger areas of(More)
The relationship between the peroneal nerves and the anatomical structures near the fibular head were studied in 20 cadavers. It was the purpose to define the boundaries of a "safe" area when performing a biopsy of the fibular head. The distances between the proximal end of the fibular head and the deep peroneal nerve (26+/-0.32 mm) and the intermuscular(More)
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