Yuji MIYAZAKI's research while affiliated with Sapporo City General Hospital and other places

Publications (35)

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The authors had pointed out that nonspecific nuclei like nucleus in-tralamellaris, nucleus parafascicularis and nucleus centrum medianum are recruiting nuclei for pain from basic clinical experiences of pain relief thalamototomy which has done by one of authors (Miyazaki) in Harvard Medical School and Sapporo Medical College. The authors had made a...
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The authors had reported the experiences of posterior hypothalamotomy for aggressive behavior in 4 cases. The 3 cases had marked mental retardation beside aggressive behavior and the one case had treated as genuine epilepsy for 10 years. All of these 4 cases had temper tantlum, explossive behavior and strongly aggressive emotion which are completel...
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However the osmotherapy in neurosurgical field have to control the intracranial been doing by intravenous in pressure and brain fusion of hypertonic a urea solution, this hypertonic urea solution has some undesirable side effect like rebound rising of pressure, local irritation, hemolysis, hematuria, some changes in ECG and great changes in electro...

Citations

... Also worth mentioning is that other teams at that time proposed pHyp lesioning for the treatment of aggressive behavior. In Sapporo, Japan, Miyazaki et al. 47 treated 4 patients (3 with ID) successfully with radiofrequency lesioning. In 1952 Spiegel and Wycis 59 also reported on their experience of performing hypothalamotomy. ...
... The key is the coordination of delivery time, gelation time and dissolution time of the porogen. In this study, mannitol was chosen not only for its cytocompatibility and clinical use as a tissue injectate [47,48], but also its solubility characteristics. Mannitol is highly soluble in saline at body temperature, while its solubility is relative low at 4 o C. ...