Toshiki Fujii

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We describe a case of cutaneous phaeohyphomycosis in a 61-year-old man receiving re-dialysis treatment for renal failure of a transplanted kidney. He was immunocompromised with steroid and cyclosporin A at onset of an asymptomatic abscess on his right forearm. The abscess arose at the site of a skin injury approximately 1 year prior. Grayish molds isolated(More)
UNLABELLED This pilot study compared impact strain at the core and root surfaces between two different post-core systems. MATERIALS AND METHODS The form of a bovine mandibular front tooth was modified to resemble that of a human maxillary incisor as a test specimen. A cast post and core (Metal PC) and composite resin and glass fiber-reinforced epoxy resin(More)
PATIENT The patient was a 19-year-old man who visited the hospital with chief complaints of headache, stiffness of shoulders, and giddiness. The skull, mandible, and splint, and their relation with cervical vertebra, were considered, and new knowledge was acquired. Since the fulcrum of the movement axis at the time of opening and closing had shifted below(More)
A 73-year-old woman developed linear erythema at the sites of scratching-induced scars on the bilateral thighs 2 weeks before the initial consultation. Subsequently, edematous erythema developed in the upper eyelids, dorsum of the nose and the face, and pitting edema in the dorsum of the bilateral hands and feet. The C-reactive protein (CRP) level was 8.2(More)
The circadian relationship between the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of tolbutamide in rats was analyzed using a compartment model. The basal concentration of plasma glucose had a circadian rhythm with the acrophase at 15:19 h. After intravenous administration of tolbutamide at 06:00, 14:00, or 18:00 h, the hypoglycemic effect showed a circadian(More)
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