Yuki Maegawa

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Rabdomyolysis usually occurs after trauma and release of myoglobin from the damaged muscle, i.e.; after ishchemic myopathy due to arterial occlusion or malignant hyperthermia. We encountered a pediatric case of rhabdomyolysis after Ross-Konnos' operation in an 8-yr-old girl with aortic regurgitation. After the first weaning from cardiopulmonary bypass(More)
Coronary artery bypass grafting without the use of cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) is performed with increasing frequency. Performing revascularization on a beating heart is technically more demanding than performing revascularization on the arrested heart, especially in high-risk patients. beta-Blockers and calcium-channel antagonists have been used for the(More)
We report a case of pancreatic pseudocyst associated with pancreatic cancer that was successfully treated with endoscopic pseudocyst drainage, which allowed continuation of chemotherapy. A 74-year-old woman complaining of jaundice was diagnosed with locally advanced cancer in the head of the pancreas, and she underwent chemotherapy with gemcitabine. One(More)
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