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Description and first clinical application of AirWay Scope for tracheal intubation.
- J. Koyama, Tatsuro Aoyama, +7 authors K. Hongo
- Journal of neurosurgical anesthesiology
- 1 October 2006
The first clinical application of the AirWay Scope is reported, which has possibility to facilitate tracheal intubation of 10 consecutive patients requiring general anesthesia before neurosurgical procedures. Expand
Prediction of Functional Outcome in Acute Cerebral Hemorrhage Using Diffusion Tensor Imaging at 3T: A Prospective Study
- Y. Kusano, T. Seguchi, +5 authors K. Hongo
- American Journal of Neuroradiology
- 1 September 2009
It is concluded that DTI can evaluate the motor deficit quantitatively and may predict the functional outcome in patients with an ICH who were scanned within 2 days after the ICH onset. Expand
Clip blade scissoring with titanium bayonet clip in aneurysm surgery. Two case reports.
Two unusual cases of crossing of the blades of titanium bayonet clips by a scissors-like mechanism during surgery are presented and suggest the following points. Expand
INVESTIGATION OF RADIOFREQUENCY‐INDUCED TEMPERATURE ELEVATION OF ANEURYSM CLIPS IN A 3.0‐TESLA MAGNETIC RESONANCE ENVIRONMENT
Aneurysm clips, when placed alone in a 3.0-T magnetic resonance imaging environment, are confirmed to be safe during temperature elevation, and not all clips showed obvious temperature elevation when they were placed alone. Expand
Early changes in tissue perfusion after tissue plasminogen activator administration in hyperacute ischemic stroke: initial experiences with arterial spin labeling perfusion magnetic resonance imaging.
ASL perfusion MR imaging can provide rapid noninvasive multislice imaging in hyperacute ischemic stroke, and can depict early perfusion deficit and quantify regional CBF concomitantly. Expand
Anatomical study of the trigeminal and facial cranial nerves with the aid of 3.0-tesla magnetic resonance imaging.
The findings in asymptomatic individuals in this study will help in deciding which findings observed on MR images may cause symptoms, and the variations of normal anatomy in older individuals are described. Expand
Revascularization of the calcarine artery in moyamoya disease: OA-cortical PCA anastomosis--case report.
- A. Ikeda, I. Yamamoto, O. Sato, N. Morota, T. Tsuji, T. Seguchi
- Neurologia medico-chirurgica
- 1 October 1991
OA-cortical PCA (calcarine artery) anastomosis is an alternative to omentum transplantation or occipital burr hole procedures for impending cortical blindness. Expand
Local brain herniation after partial membranectomy for organized chronic subdural hematoma in an adult patient: Case report and review of the literature
- Y. Kusano, T. Horiuchi, T. Seguchi, Y. Kakizawa, Yuichiro Tanaka, K. Hongo
- Brain injury
- 1 August 2010
This study reports a case of local brain herniation after partial membranectomy for organized chronic subdural haematoma in a 77-year-old man with dysarthria and dysphasia caused by local brainHerniation of the right frontal lobe through a defect of the inner membrane. Expand
Cerebral aneurysm clips in the 3-tesla magnetic field. Laboratory investigation.
Although all the clips examined in this study met the ASTM requirements, the titanium alloy clips are preferable in the 3-T environment for safety's sake. Expand
Overdrainage of cerebrospinal fluid caused by detachment of the pressure control cam in a programmable valve after 3-tesla magnetic resonance imaging.
The authors report a rare case of overdrainage of the CSF caused by the malfunction of a Codman-Hakim programmable valve (CHPV) following a 3-T MR imaging procedure in a 72-year-old woman due to subarachnoid hemorrhage. Expand