Tetsuya Matsushima

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A review of the surgical and postoperative records of 127 revascularization procedures performed on 82 children with Moyamoya disease was done to evaluate changes we made in anesthetic management in response to perioperative complications. From 1982 to 1996, out of 82 children who underwent revascularization surgery at our hospital, five developed(More)
We present a long-surviving patient with Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome complicated by atypical progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML). MRI showed multiple tiny spots of Gd-DTPA-enhanced lesions on the T1-weighted image. Pathologic findings for brain biopsy were patchy demyelinated vascularized lesions infiltrated by a surprising number of eosinophils.(More)
hydronephrosis developing within the first year occurs in 10–20% of patients following surgical graft repair of AAA. The most probable cause for this is mechanical due to the compression of the ureter against the native iliac artery from the anteriorly placed graft [2]. In a prospective study of 101 patients who underwent aor-tofemoral and aortoiliac(More)
The autosomal recessive mutation waltzing (wz), displaying abnormal circling and head-shaking behavior, has previously been reported in the musk shrew (Suncus murinus). Postnatal development of reflexes and locomotor patterns in an open arena were examined in wz/wz mutant shrews. The wz/wz shrews showed extreme developmental delays in surface-righting(More)
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