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Development of Dilated Esophagus, Sigmoid Esophagus, and Esophageal Diverticulum in Patients With Achalasia: Japan Achalasia Multicenter Study

Sato H, Fujiyoshi Y, Abe H, Shiwaku H, Shiota J, Sato C, Sakae H, Ominami M, Hata Y, Fukuda H, Ogawa R, Nakamura J, Tatsuta T, Ikebuchi Y, Yokomichi H, Terai S, Inoue H

  • KMID: 2528036
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2022 Apr;28(2):222-230.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm21188
Background/Aims Patients with achalasia-related esophageal motility disorders (AEMDs) frequently present with dilated and sigmoid esophagus, and develop esophageal diverticulum (ED), although the prevalence and patients characteristics require further elucidation. Methods We conducted a multicenter...
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A Single Bout of Constant-Load Exercise Test for Estimating the Time Constant of Oxygen Uptake Kinetics in Individuals With Stroke

Oyake K, Baba Y, Suda Y, Murayama J, Mochida A, Ito Y, Abe H, Kondo K, Otaka Y, Momose K

Objective To examine the relationship between the time constant of oxygen uptake kinetics during the onset of exercise (τVO2) estimated from a single exercise bout and that obtained from three...
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Relationship of the fabella with the origins of the plantaris and gastrocnemius lateral head muscles in late-term fetuses: a histological study

Jin ZW, Kim JH, Suzuki D, Sugai N, Murakami G, Abe H, Rodríguez-Vázquez JF

Previous studies of midterm fetuses indicated that a cartilaginous fabella appeared to be embedded in the plantaris (PL), and was fused with the gastrocnemius lateral head (GL). We re-examined the...
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Fetal development of the carotid canal with special reference to a contribution of the sphenoid bone and pharyngotympanic tube

Honkura Y, Yamamoto M, Rodríguez-Vázquez JF, Murakam G, Abe H, Abe Si, Katori Y

The bony carotid canal is a tube-like bone with a rough surface in contrast to smooth surfaces of the other parts of the temporal bone petrosal portion (petrosa): it takes...
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Topographical variations of the incisive canal and nasopalatine duct in human fetuses

Kim JH, Shibata S, Abe H, Murakami G, Rodríguez-Vázquez JF

The incisive canal for nerves and vessels is generally thought to run along a suture between the incisive bone (IN) and maxilla. In contrast, there was a report saying the...
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History of Spinal Surgery in Japan: From the Pioneering Period to the Progressive Era (1911–2017)

Abe H

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Nerve distribution in myocardium including the atrial and ventricular septa in late stage human fetuses

Cho KH, Kim JH, Murakami G, Abe H, Rodríguez-Vázquez JF, Chai OH

Few information had been reported on deep intracardiac nerves in the myocardium of late human fetuses such as nerves at the atrial-pulmonary vein junction and in the atrial and ventricular...
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Ganglion cardiacum or juxtaductal body of human fetuses

Kim JH, Cho KH, Jin ZW, Murakami G, Abe H, Chai OH

The ganglion cardiacum or juxtaductal body is situated along the left recurrent laryngeal nerve in the aortic window and is an extremely large component of the cardiac nerve plexus. This...
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Development of the pulmonary pleura with special reference to the lung surface morphology: a study using human fetuses

Yamamoto M, Wilting J, Abe H, Murakami G, Rodríguez-Vázquez JF, Abe SI

In and after the third trimester, the lung surface is likely to become smooth to facilitate respiratory movements. However, there are no detailed descriptions as to when and how the...
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Pacinian corpuscle-like structure in the digital tendon sheath and nail bed: a study using late-stage human fetuses

Kim JH, Sakanaka K, Tomita N, Murakami G, Abe H, Abe S

Pacinian corpuscle-like structures were identified in the digital tendon sheaths and nail beds of hands obtained from eight of 12 human fetuses of gestational age 20–34 weeks (crown-rump length, 150–290...
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Differences in Hematological and Clinical Features Between Essential Thrombocythemia Cases With JAK2- or CALR-Mutations

Kubuki Y, Shide K, Kameda T, Yamaji T, Sekine M, Kamiunten , Akizuki K, Shimoda H, Tahira Y, Nakamura K, Abe H, Miike T, Iwakiri H, Tahara Y, Sueta M, Hashimoto , Yamamoto S, Hasuike S, Hidaka T, Nagata K, Kitanaka A, Shimoda K

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Pranlukast reduces asthma exacerbations during autumn especially in 1- to 5-year-old boys

Morita Y, Campos Alberto E, Suzuki S, Sato Y, Hoshioka A, Abe H, Saito K, Tsubaki T, Haraki M, Sawa A, Nakayama Y, Kojima H, Shigeta M, Yamaide F, Kohno Y, Shimojo N

BACKGROUND: Leukotriene receptor antagonists have been used to prevent virus-induced asthma exacerbations in autumn. Its efficacy, however, might differ with age and sex. OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to investigate whether pranlukast...
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Descent of mesonephric duct to the final position of the vas deferens in human embryo and fetus

Jin ZW, Abe H, Hinata N, Li XW, Murakami G, Rodríguez-Vázquez JF

Because the ureter arises from the mesonephric or Wolffian duct (WD), the WD opening should migrate inferiorly along the urogenital sinus or future urethra. However, this process of descent has...
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Occurrence of vertebral fracture more closely associated with decreased anteroposterior than lateral lumbar bone mineral density

Tsuchie H, Miyakoshi , Kasukawa Y, Nishi T, Abe H, Segawa T, Shimada Y

  • KMID: 2309514
  • Osteoporos Sarcopenia.
  • 2016 Mar;2(1):38-40.
OBJECTIVES: While it has been pointed out that an anteroposterior (AP) view of the lumbar spine may lead to overestimation of the bone mineral density (BMD), a lateral view is...
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Common Postmortem Computed Tomography Findings Following Atraumatic Death: Differentiation between Normal Postmortem Changes and Pathologic Lesions

Ishida M, Gonoi W, Okuma H, Shirota G, Shintani Y, Abe H, Takazawa Y, Fukayama M, Ohtomo K

Computed tomography (CT) is widely used in postmortem investigations as an adjunct to the traditional autopsy in forensic medicine. To date, several studies have described postmortem CT findings as being...
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Female Longitudinal Anal Muscles or Conjoint Longitudinal Coats Extend into the Subcutaneous Tissue along the Vaginal Vestibule: A Histological Study Using Human Fetuses

Kinugasa Y, Arakawa T, Abe H, Rodriguez-Vizquez JF, Murakami G, Sugihara K

PURPOSE: It is still unclear whether the longitudinal anal muscles or conjoint longitudinal coats (CLCs) are attached to the vagina, although such an attachment, if present, would appear to make...
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Qualitative changes in fetal trabecular meshwork fibers at the human iridocorneal angle

Hosaka F, Rodriguez-Vazquez JF, Abe H, Murakami G, Fujimiya M, Ohguro H

We examined a series of changes that occur in the trabecular meshwork fibers of human eyes during fetal development at 12-30 weeks of gestation. At 12 and 15 weeks, the...
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Anococcygeal Raphe Revisited: A Histological Study Using Mid-Term Human Fetuses and Elderly Cadavers

Kinugasa Y, Arakawa T, Abe H, Abe S, Cho BH, Murakami G, Sugihara K

PURPOSE: We recently demonstrated the morphology of the anococcygeal ligament. As the anococcygeal ligament and raphe are often confused, the concept of the anococcygeal raphe needs to be re-examined from...
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