Tomonori Fuke

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In two experiments, subjects either read a bracketed word in a sentence or generated a word in response to its definition. A word-fragment completion test was then carried out. In Experiment 1, children's priming under the generate condition was substantial, as compared with baseline performance, but was significantly lower than that under the read(More)
OBJECTIVE We report the case of a 47-year-old man with depression who developed acute dyspnea, hypoxemia, and mild hemoptysis after electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). METHOD Intravenous carbazochrome sodium sulfate hydrate as a hemostatic drug (100 mg/day) was prescribed for 2 days. On the day of ECT, oxygen inhalation (4 L/min) was continued, and SpO2 was(More)
Idiopathic abnormal bodily sensations, or cenesthesic symptoms, are exhibited in a wide variety of mental illnesses. In Japan, patients with abnormal bodily sensations are often diagnosed with cenesthopathy. This study reviewed recent case reports of cenesthopathy. Of the 100 identified cases, young patients were more commonly men with predominant bodily(More)
A large number of case studies on Cotard's syndrome have reported that this syndrome develops after repeated episodes of depression in the presenile stage of life. Therefore, it has been defined as a severe type of affective spectrum disorder. This report describes three patients who exhibited symptoms characteristic of Cotard's syndrome, such as negative(More)
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