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  • Miki Shimizu

    Prominent publications by Miki Shimizu

    KOL Index score: 3446

    We subclassified schizencephaly based on the association with optic nerve hypoplasia (ONH) and the absence of the septum pellucidum (ASP), and then characterized their clinical presentation and prognosis. The subjects of our study consisted of 10 cases with a mean age at the final evaluation of 10 years 3 months (range, 7 months to 25 years). The subclassification of schizencephaly consisted of the septo-optic dysplasia (SOD) group (n=3), with ONH and ASP; the optic hypoplasia (OHP) ...

    Also Ranks for: Septum Pellucidum |  optic dysplasia |  cortical development |  corpus callosum |  male malformations
    KOL Index score: 3302

    BACKGROUND: Barbiturates and benzodiazepines are the first-line anticonvulsants for neonatal seizures. However, in immature brains, those drugs may lead to paradoxical neuronal excitation.

    PATIENT: A patient with benign familial neonatal epilepsy developed epileptic encephalopathy after massive doses of phenobarbital that were followed by a continuous infusion of midazolam on postnatal day 3. Electroencephalography revealed rhythmic delta activity in clusters with migrating epileptic ...

    Also Ranks for: Neonatal Epilepsy |  benign familial
    KOL Index score: 2592

    The epileptic characteristics and their differences in patients with porencephaly and schizencephaly were, respectively, evaluated. Eleven patients with porencephaly and eight patients with schizencephaly were retrospectively enrolled in this study. Five of the six patients with extensive porencephaly and all five patients with open-lip schizencephaly had been suffering from various types of epileptic seizures. Three patients with extensive porencephaly and all five patients with ...

    Also Ranks for: Brain Diseases |  male malformations |  cortical development
    KOL Index score: 33

    A male infant, born at 32 weeks gestation by cesarean because of hydrops fetalis, presented with multiple anomalies, such as sparse and curly scalp hair, absent eyebrows, frontal bossing, an atrial septal defect, pulmonary artery stenosis, and whole myocardial thickening. He was clinically diagnosed with cardio-facio-cutaneous (CFC) syndrome, and was confirmed to have a germline V-raf murine sarcoma viral oncogene homologue B1 (BRAF) c.721 A>C mutation. At 1 month of age, he presented ...


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    Miki Shimizu:Expert Impact

    Concepts for whichMiki Shimizuhas direct influence:Porencephaly patients patients,  Epileptic characteristics,  Patients epileptic seizures,  Epileptic seizures patients,  Patients porencephaly,  Porencephaly schizencephaly,  Patients schizencephaly,  Patients openlip schizencephaly.

    Miki Shimizu:KOL impact

    Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Miki Shimizu has influence:Genetic epilepsies,  Cerebral malformations,  Porencephalic cyst,  Optic neuropathies,  Porencephaly patients patients,  Epileptic characteristics,  Primary lymphoedema.



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    Department of Pediatrics and Child Neurology, Oita University Faculty of Medicine, Oita, Japan | Oita University Faculty of Medicine Department of Pediatrics and Child Neurology Oita Japan | Department of Brain and Nerve Science, Oita University Facu