Tamie Kobayashi

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Reported here are the results of a study on the significance of osteophyte formation in the osteoarthritic knee joint. The osteophyte formation was examined in a total of 795 cases involving 1040 joints. Of these, 415 cases (660 joints) had no symptoms of osteoarthritis of the knee joint (Group A); while the other 380 (380 joints) had primary osteoarthritis(More)
A patient developed tension pneumothorax immediately after extubation. The patient was a 53-year-old man, who underwent total gastrectomy under general anesthesia combined with epidural anesthesia. The posterior mediastinum drainage tube was placed near the site of esophago-jejunum anastomosis. Surgeons reported that they might have injured left(More)
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