Yoshinori Asahina

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Neuronavigation systems have been developed for image-guided neurosurgery to aid in the accurate resection of malignant brain tumors. Therefore, the accuracy of the neuronavigation is important. However, many factors can reduce the navigation accuracy during surgery. Before craniotomy, the patient's head is secured to a head frame with head pins; this(More)
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) subtype 1b, which infects approximately 70% of Japanese carriers, is likely to be more eradicable by a telaprevir regimen than subtype 1a because of the higher genetic barrier of Val(36) and Arg(155) substitutions. The aims of this exploratory study were to evaluate the virological response and safety of 24-week oral administration(More)
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