Taichi Orito

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Osteoporosis is associated with compromised quality of life (QOL), to which pain has the most important contribution. Elcatonin, a derivative of calcitonin, is widely used in the treatment of osteoporosis in two ways. One is as the inhibitor of osteoclastic bone resorption. The other is for osteoporosis-related pain based on the unique analgesic effects of(More)
The therapeutic results for osteosarcoma were very discouraging before 1970 in Japan despite many modes of treatment. In 1960, Miki introduced the regional perfusion technique into the treatment of osteosarcoma, and in 1963, Akaboshi pioneered the intraarterial infusion technique. By these methods, a five-year survival rate about 30% was achieved during the(More)
Preoperative adjuvant chemotherapy for skeletal and soft tissue sarcomas requires: (1) correct identification of the effective postoperative adjuvant chemotherapy, (2) eradication of any of the micrometastatic foci that may have already occurred in many of the patients with these sarcomas, (3) easier and safer limb-salvage procedure, being clearly defined,(More)