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Gallbladder torsion: case report and review of 245 cases reported in the Japanese literature.
The clinical features of gallbladder torsion, which include low frequency of fever and jaundice, poor response to antibiotic therapy, and acute onset of abdominal pain, may be helpful in the differential diagnosis from acute cholecystitis.
Safety of hemihepatic vascular occlusion during resection of the liver.
- M. Makuuchi, T. Mori, P. Gunvén, S. Yamazaki, H. Hasegawa
- MedicineSurgery, gynecology & obstetrics
- 1 February 1987
This technique reduced the intraoperative blood loss and the postoperative hyperbilirubinemia significantly but did not produce larger postoperative change of transaminases or lactic dehydrogenase serum levels when compared with similar resections without vascular control.
Acute hemispheric swelling associated with thin subdural hematomas: pathophysiology of repetitive head injury in sports.
The investigation suggests that the existence of subdural hematoma is a major cause of brain swelling following sports-related, repetitive head injury, and second impact syndrome is thought to occur because of loss of autoregulation of cerebral blood flow, leading to vascular engorgement, increased intracranial pressure, and eventual herniation.
Altered Microstructure in Corticospinal Tract in Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus: Comparison with Alzheimer Disease and Parkinson Disease with Dementia
The results suggest that patients with iNPH have altered microstructures in the CST, and Quantitative and visual CST evaluation by using DTI may be useful for differentiating patients withiNPH from patients with AD or PDD or healthy subjects.
Matrix metalloproteinase-9 is associated with blood-brain barrier opening and brain edema formation after cortical contusion in rats.
- Y. Shigemori, Y. Katayama, T. Mori, T. Maeda, T. Kawamata
- Biology, MedicineActa neurochirurgica. Supplement
It is suggested that MMP-9 may contribute to BBB disturbance and subsequent brain edema after traumatic brain injury.
Follow-up Study after Intracranial Percutaneous Transluminal Cerebral Balloon Angioplasty
- T. Mori, M. Fukuoka, K. Kazita, K. Mori
- MedicineInterventional neuroradiology : journal of…
- 1 September 1998
PTCBA for intracranial simple (type A) lesions produces a favourable clinical outcome for symptomatic patients, and angiographic lesion characteristics appropriate for PTCBA are found.
Improved efficiency of hypervolemic therapy with inhibition of natriuresis by fludrocortisone in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Inhibition of natriuresis with fludrocortisone can effectively reduce the sodium and water intake required for hypervolemia and prevent hyponatremia at the same time.
Intraventricular Hemorrhage after Carotid Stenting
- T. Mori, M. Fukuoka, K. Kazita, T. Mima, K. Mori
- MedicineJournal of endovascular surgery : the official…
- 1 November 1999
The risk of hyperperfusion injury must be considered and minimized in patients with significant restriction of regional vasoreactivity and it is recommended that cerebral hemodynamic status be determined prior to carotid stenting.
Short-term arteriographic and clinical outcome after cerebral angioplasty and stenting for intracranial vertebrobasilar and carotid atherosclerotic occlusive disease.
- T. Mori, K. Kazita, K. Chokyu, T. Mima, K. Mori
- MedicineAJNR. American journal of neuroradiology
- 1 February 2000
CAS appears to be a safe and effective means for treating intracranial atherosclerotic occlusive disease, yielding a favorable arteriographic and clinical outcome.
Percutaneous transluminal cerebral angioplasty: serial angiographic follow-up after successful dilatation
PTCBA is most suitable for type A lesions with higher success, lower morbidity and lower restenosis rates, and there was a strong correlation between sufficient dilatation and lower re- stenosis rate, and concentric and short lesions (type A).