Taeko Kamiya

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In 1963, Klein et al. first described two girls with normokalemic periodic paralysis and cardiac arrhythmia. We have observed a 15-year-old girl with cardiac arrhythmia and normokalemia but with some features of hyperkalemic, periodic paralysis. The patient showed a waddling gait and Gower's sign. She had atrophy of the proximal muscles and deep tendon(More)
Tenascin immunohistochemical staining was investigated in 82 patients with primary invasive breast carcinoma followed for at least 5 years after surgery; the staining was analyzed in relation to clinicopathological factors. An intense tenascin staining pattern was noted in 59 patients (72%), but no definite correlation was found between tenascin positivity(More)
Of 86 cases of aged patients with chronic gastritis treated with Trimebutine or Flutazolam, we evaluated the changes of serum pepsinogen-I and gastrin levels in their clinical courses from the points of the correlation with severity of chronic gastritis, aging phenomenon and the changes of symptom and endoscopic findings. In order to elucidate the(More)
A 38-year-old male was referred because of pain in the left 5th lumbar (L5) root territory. Physical examination found moderate motor weakness in the left extensor hallucis longus (EHL) and the left tibialis anterior muscles. Magnetic resonance imaging found no stenotic lesion between L4-L5, but disc herniation was observed on the left between L1-L2. An L5(More)
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