Yasushi Murakami

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Cross sectional imaging procedures such as CT and MRI are frequently used for diagnosing intestinal disorders recently, since they provides intraluminal conditions, as well as, pathological processes in the bowel wall, extraluminal information including mesenteric infiltration, vascular compromise, lymph node swelling, peritoneal damage and ascites. State(More)
We herein report a rare case of disseminated cryptococcosis presenting as mediastinal and hilar lymphadenopathy in a young immunocompetent man. A previously healthy 26-year-old man presented with persistent headache and nonproductive cough. Chest computed tomography indicated mediastinal and hilar lymphadenopathy. Cryptococcal lymphadenitis and meningitis(More)
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