Tohru Okuzono

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A 72-year-old female presented with episodes of epistaxis. Neuroimaging demonstrated a large prolactinoma totally enclosing a large intracavernous aneurysm of the internal carotid artery. Adjacent bony structures were eroded and destroyed by tumor invasion and extension. Rupture of the intratumoral aneurysm caused fatal epistaxis rather than subarachnoid(More)
Crystallization of colloids has extensively been studied for past few decades as models to study phase transition in general. Recently, complex crystal structures in multi-component colloids, including alloy and eutectic structures, have attracted considerable attention. However, the fabrication of 2D area-filling colloidal eutectics has not been reported(More)
We investigate the effect of temporal modulation on the spatiotemporal patterns produced by phase separation in chemically reactive ternary mixtures. The temporal modulation is introduced by making one of the reaction rates periodic in time. Our main concern is the stability of traveling waves, which appear above a Hopf-type bifurcation at a finite wave(More)
Forty-two patients with unilateral vestibular neuronitis were examined by the combined galvanic test (CGT), consisting of the galvanic eye movement test (GEMT) and the galvanic body sway test (GBST). Results of the CGT were evaluated with respect to the time period from the onset of vestibular neuronitis. A favorable recovery was observed earlier with the(More)
The compensatory process of vestibular neuronitis in 7 patients was followed up and evaluated using the Combined Galvanic Test (CGT) and other neuro-otological data. CGT is the simultaneous recording of both galvanic eye movement (GEM) and galvanic body sway (GBS), and has proved to be reliable in the diagnosis of retrolabyrinthine disorders. The results(More)
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