Yatsugi Noda

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A 71-year-old man with diabetes mellitus visited our hospital with complaints of anorexia and weight loss (12 kg/3 months). He had megaloblastic anemia, cobalamin level was low, and autoantibody to intrinsic factor was positive. He was treated with intramuscular cyanocobalamin, and he was able to consume meals. GAD autoantibody and ICA were positive, and he(More)
In our auditory brainstem response (ABR) tests, a peculiar V-shaped negative wave at around 3 4 ms latency was observed. At present, this acoustically evoked short latency negative response (ASNR) is poorly understood. In order to study its appearance and origin, the ABR data of 3104 tests during 1980-98 were reviewed. The ASNR was found only in profound(More)
Gastric adenocarcinoma of the fundic gland (chief cell-predominant type, GA-FG-CCP) is a rare variant of well-differentiated adenocarcinoma, and has been proposed to be a novel disease entity. GA-FG-CCP originates from the gastric mucosa of the fundic gland region without chronic gastritis or intestinal metaplasia. The majority of GA-FG-CCPs exhibit either(More)
Changes in cochlear blood flow (CoBF) and auditory brainstem response (ABR) in a pressure-induced animal model of acoustic neuroma were examined. A suboccipital approach was used to expose the right cerebello-pontine angle in guinea pigs. Under surgical microscope, the bundle of nerves and vessels at the entrance of the internal auditory meatus was exposed(More)
To determine the degree of decrease in cochlear blood flow (CoBF) which causes compound action potentials (CAPs) to disappear, a cochlear ischemic model was created by compressing the internal auditory artery in guinea pig. CoBF was measured with a laser Doppler flowmeter, and CAPs were recorded with an electrode placed on the round window membrane. The(More)
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