Suguru Hamada

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The osteo-odonto-keratoprosthesis (OOKP), although described over 40 years ago, remains the keratoprosthesis of choice for end-stage corneal blindness not amenable to penetrating keratoplasty. It is particularly resilient to a hostile environment such as the dry keratinized eye resulting from severe Stevens-Johnson syndrome, ocular cicatricial pemphigoid,(More)
Oral cancer in patients with mental retardation has not been reported in detail, although the literature on clinical management of oral malignancies in the general population is extensive. No clear consensus has been established regarding the management of oral cancer in patients with mental retardation. We present herein the case of a 32-year-old Japanese(More)
We report a patient with syringobulbia extending to the pons, who could not open his mouth widely. He had been involved in the traffic accident at 16 years of age. Since them he had suffered numbness in the left neck and arm. At age 30, he became unable to open the mouth widely with pain in the left jaw joint. He also noted dysphagia and tinnitus.(More)
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