Yuka Osako

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Lower limb spasticity in post-stroke patients can impair ambulation and reduces activities of daily living (ADL) performance of patients. Botulinum toxin type A (BoNTA) has been shown effective for upper limb spasticity. This study assesses the treatment of lower limb spasticity in a large placebo-controlled clinical trial. In this multicenter, randomized,(More)
There was an error in the eligibility criteria in ''Methods'' section. Instead of: ''Patients Male or female patients aged 20–80 years and weighing at least 50 kg were eligible if they had had a stroke at least 6 months prior to treatment and had equinus deformity (plantar flexion of the ankle) as demonstrated by a score of >3 for ankle flexors on the(More)
In an infant with tuberous sclerosis and West syndrome, ACTH treatment was interrupted because of augmentation of the biventricular outflow tract obstruction. A 5-month-old boy, who had been diagnosed to have multiple cardiac tumors since in utero, manifested West syndrome with typical hypsarhythmia in EEG. Several days after starting low dose ACTH(More)
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