Soichi Ohta

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BACKGROUND There have been several reports that partial ulnar transfer (PUNT) is preferable for reconstructing elbow flexion in patients with upper brachial plexus injuries (BPIs) compared with intercostal nerve transfer (ICNT). The purpose of this study was to compare the recovery of elbow flexion between patients subjected to PUNT and patients subjected(More)
The varying states of water confined in the nano-domain structures of typical room temperature ionic liquids (ILs) were investigated by (1)H NMR and by measurements of self-diffusion coefficients while systematically varying the IL cations and anions. The NMR peaks for water in BF4-based ILs were clearly split, indicating the presence of two discrete states(More)
A boy was born with a right duplicated thumb (Wassel type 6) and a left radial club hand (type 3) associated with a hypoplastic thumb (type 3B). He underwent surgical centralization of the left wrist when he was 13 months old. At age 38 months, he underwent reconstruction of the carpometacarpal joint of the hypoplastic left thumb. This procedure involved(More)
BACKGROUND In our previous study, allogeneic-transplanted peripheral nerve segments preserved for one month in a polyphenol solution at 4°C could regenerate nerves in rodents demonstrated the same extent of nerve regeneration as isogeneic fresh nerve grafts. The present study investigated whether the same results could be obtained in a canine model. (More)
  • Nobutaro Shibata, Hiroshi Inokawa, Keiichiro Tokunaga, Soichi Ohta
  • 1999
SUMMARY High-speed and low-power techniques are described for megabit-class size-configurable CMOS SRAM macro-cells. To shorten the design turnaround time , the methodology of abutting nine kinds of leaf cells is employed; two-level via-hole programming and the array-address decoder embedded in each control leaf cell present a divided-memory-array(More)
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