Taizo Nakamura

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In 1990, an outbreak ofEscherichia coli 0157: H7 infection occurred in 174 children in a nursery school in Saitama, Japan. The organism was isolated from tap water supplied from the well in the school. Clinical manifestations varied from asymptomatic infection to non-bloody diarrhoea, haemorrhagic colitis, haemolytic uraemic syndrome (HUS) and death. Among(More)
We describe a 12-year-old patient with focal fatty liver change (FFLC). The lesion was incidentally detected by ultrasonography which showed a circumscribed hyperechoic lesion measuring approximately 6×4 cm. The lesion was also examined by CT and MRI. Histologically, the lesion corresponded to a focal area of lipid-laden hepatocytes. FFLC has been(More)
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