Tatsuhiko Kuramochi

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SUMMARY The authors report a rare case of fracture separations at both ends of the radius combined with an epiphyseal and diaphyseal fracture of the ipsilateral ulna. A seven-year-old girl fell one story and sustained a closed injury of her forearm. A closed reduction was unsuccessful, and an open reduction was performed with three of the four fractures(More)
BACKGROUND Fractional flow reserve (FFR) is an important physiological measure of intermediate coronary artery stenosis. Pressure signal drift (PD) is widely recognized but has largely been ignored in FFR measurements. We sought to determine the effect of PD on FFR-derived decision-making. METHODSANDRESULTS We analyzed 1,218 FFR measurements for(More)
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