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TANAKA Tatsuro
 
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Research Field in Dentistry, Medical and Dental Sciences Area Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences Advanced Therapeutics Course Oncology Professor
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Professor
 

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  • Miyakoshi Masaaki, Abe Hiroshi, Hagimoto Aya, Kawashima Yusuke, Kawabata Yoshihiro, Indo Hiroko, Hijioka Hiroshi, Shima Kaori, Sugiura Tsuyoshi, Sasahira Tomonori, Tanaka Tatsurou .  Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma of the Maxilla with Multiple Spreading Patterns: A Case Report .  Shika Hoshasen63 ( 1 ) 20 - 24   2023Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma of the Maxilla with Multiple Spreading Patterns: A Case Report

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    DOI: 10.11242/dentalradiology.63.20

  • Masafumi Oda, Ikuko Nishida, Katsura Saeki, Tatsurou Tanaka, Shinobu Matsumoto-Takeda, Nao Wakasugi-Sato, Manabu Habu, Yutaro Nagasaki, Daigo Yoshiga, Masaaki Sasaguri, Yasuhiro Morimoto .  Imaging characteristics of the gubernaculum tracts in successional teeth related to deciduous fused teeth on computed tomography. .  Congenital anomalies62 ( 6 ) 241 - 247   2022.11Imaging characteristics of the gubernaculum tracts in successional teeth related to deciduous fused teeth on computed tomography.International journal

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    The purpose of this study was to elucidate the imaging characteristics of the gubernaculum tracts in successional teeth related to fused deciduous teeth on computed tomography. The imaging findings of 15 gubernaculum tracts in successional teeth related to fused deciduous teeth were retrospectively analyzed using cone-beam computed tomography or multidetector computed tomography. In cases without a congenitally defected successor, the two gubernaculum tracts of two successional teeth related to fused deciduous teeth were fused into one. Gubernaculum tracts (GTs) in mesial successors were vertical, but in distal successors they were inclined to mesial. The major abnormalities of the successional teeth related to fused deciduous teeth were delayed eruption and delayed formation. No inclined mesial successors were found, whereas most of the distal successors were inclined to mesial along with the inclined GT. The gubernaculum tracts of successors with a congenital defect of the other successors were vertical, and such successors had no abnormalities. The present study showed the imaging characteristics of gubernaculum tracts in successional teeth related to fused deciduous teeth. The abnormal eruption of successional teeth related to fused deciduous teeth may be associated with the characteristics of their gubernaculum tracts.

    DOI: 10.1111/cga.12493

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  • Tanaka T, Kawashima Y, Oda M, Wakasugi-Sato N, Matsumoto-Takeda S, Nishimura S, Morimoto Y .  Visualization of Peripheral Blood Vessels on the Lingual Aspect of the Mandible Using a Balanced Steady-State Free-Precession Sequence with a Time-Spatial Labeling Inversion Pulse: Usefulness for Prevention of Severe Complications of Dental Implantation. .  Journal of clinical medicine11 ( 20 )   2022.10Visualization of Peripheral Blood Vessels on the Lingual Aspect of the Mandible Using a Balanced Steady-State Free-Precession Sequence with a Time-Spatial Labeling Inversion Pulse: Usefulness for Prevention of Severe Complications of Dental Implantation.

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    DOI: 10.3390/jcm11206137

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  • Kawashima Yusuke, Abe Hiroshi, Miyakoshi Masaaki, Kawabata Yoshihiro, Indo Hiroko, Tanaka Tatsuro .  A Case of Nodular Fasciitis on the Buccal Region .  Shika Hoshasen61 ( 2 ) 69 - 71   2022

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    DOI: 10.11242/dentalradiology.61.69

  • Kawashima Yusuke, Miyakoshi Masaaki, Kawabata Yoshihiro, Indo Hiroko, Tanaka Tatsuro .  A Case of Progressive Mandibular Resorption Occurring in Bilateral Mandibular Condyles .  Shika Hoshasen61 ( 2 ) 64 - 68   2022

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    DOI: 10.11242/dentalradiology.61.64

  • Kosuke Muraoka, Masafumi Oda, Kenichi Yoshino, Tatsurou Tanaka, Masaki Morishita, Taiji Nakamura, Ryota Kibune, Jyunpei Tokunaga, Kazuo Sonoki, Yasuhiro Morimoto, Keisuke Nakashima, Shuji Awano .  The Alteration of Brain Function by the Improvement of Periodontal Tissues and Occlusal State. .  Case reports in dentistry2022   5383893 - 5383893   2022The Alteration of Brain Function by the Improvement of Periodontal Tissues and Occlusal State.International journal

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    Objective: In this study, we have introduced a case in which the effective blood oxygenation level-dependent signal on functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) was altered by the improvement of periodontal tissue and occlusal function in a patient with periodontitis Stage II Grade B. Material and Methods. A 61-year-old female patient requiring periodontal treatment was diagnosed as having periodontitis Stage II Grade B via clinical and radiographic examinations. Her past medical history included type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia. Following the patient's informed written consent, the periodontal initial treatment provided to the patient included tooth brushing instruction and scaling and root planing; however, occlusal adjustment was not performed at this stage. Occlusal force and fMRI results were also evaluated at the initial and reevaluation examinations. Results: After the periodontal initial treatment had been performed, it was noted that the patient's periodontal tissue and occlusal force had improved. It was also evident from fMRI that cerebral blood flow had been activated in the insula, primary motor cortex, and premotor cortex. Conclusion: This result suggested that the periodontal ligament had recovered and the periodontal ligament neuron had been further subjected to clenching in the insula so that the muscle spindle sensation impacted the motor cortex.

    DOI: 10.1155/2022/5383893

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  • Kawashima Yusuke, Abe Hiroshi, Miyakoshi Masaaki, Kawabata Yoshihiro, Indo Hiroko, Tanaka Tatsuro .  A Case of Foreign Body of Fish Bone in the Tongue Mimic Malignant Tumor .  Shika Hoshasen62 ( 1 ) 43 - 46   2022

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    DOI: 10.11242/dentalradiology.62.43

  • Kawashima usuke, Abe Hiroshi, Miyakoshi Masaaki, Kawabata Yoshihiro, Indo Hiroko, Tanaka Tatsuro .  A Case of Suspected Lymphatic Malformation in the Sublingual, Submandibular and Parapharyngeal Spaces in an Elderly Patient .  Shika Hoshasen62 ( 1 ) 47 - 50   2022

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    DOI: 10.11242/dentalradiology.62.47

  • Masafumi Oda, Ikuko Nishida, Manabu Habu, Osamu Takahashi, Hiroki Tsurushima, Taishi Otani, Daigo Yoshiga, Katsura Saeki, Tatsurou Tanaka, Nao Wakasugi-Sato, Shinobu Matsumoto-Takeda, Yutaro Nagasaki, Ikuya Miyamoto, Shinji Kito, Masaaki Sasaguri, Yasuhiro Morimoto .  Overview of Radiological Studies on Visualization of Gubernaculum Tracts of Permanent Teeth .  Journal of Clinical Medicine10 ( 14 ) 3051 - 3051   2021.7

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    The eruption pathway from the dental follicle to the gingiva for permanent teeth is known as the gubernaculum tract (GT), a physiologic structure thought to play a role in tooth eruption. Cone beam computed tomography and multi-detector computed tomography have recently been used to visualize the GT, with the results indicating that this structure might be related to the normal eruption of teeth. By contrast, curved and/or constricted GTs may lead to abnormal tooth eruption. In addition, complex odontomas have been reported from within the GT or dental sac of unerupted permanent teeth. If an odontoma occurs within the GT, the tooth will not erupt normally. Moreover, the imaging characteristics of the GT from the top of the odontogenic mass to the alveolar crest are extremely useful for making a differential pathological diagnosis and for differentiating between odontogenic and non-odontogenic masses. Therefore, radiological studies on the GT have been attracting increasing attention. Given this background, the present review aims to clarify the imaging characteristics and review recent studies on the GT considering the importance of the research.

    DOI: 10.3390/jcm10143051

  • Masafumi Oda, Ikuko Nishida, Manabu Habu, Osamu Takahashi, Shirou Tabe, Hiroki Tsurushima, Taishi Otani, Daigo Yoshiga, Teppei Sago, Tatsurou Tanaka, Nao Wakasugi‐Sato, Shinobu Matsumoto‐Takeda, Masaaki Sasaguri, Yasuhiro Morimoto .  Imaging peculiarities of gubernaculum tracts in molars as accessional teeth on CT .  Clinical and Experimental Dental Research   2021.6

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    DOI: 10.1002/cre2.452

    Other Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full-xml/10.1002/cre2.452

  • Kouhei Yamashita, Masafumi Oda, Tatsurou Tanaka, Ikuko Nishida, Nao Wakasugi-Sato, Shinobu Matsumoto-Takeda, Manabu Habu, Teppei Sago, Osamu Takahashi, Hiroki Tsurushima, Shiro Tabe, Taishi Otani, Daigo Yoshiga, Masaaki Sasaguri, Takaaki Joujima, Yuichi Miyamura, Yasuhiro Morimoto .  Changes in tonsillolith characteristics detected in a follow-up CT study. .  BMC oral health21 ( 1 ) 72 - 72   2021.2Changes in tonsillolith characteristics detected in a follow-up CT study.International journal

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    BACKGROUND: Tonsilloliths are related clinically to halitosis and tonsillar abscess. However, the dynamics of tonsilloliths over time are unknown. The aim of the study was to evaluate change in the characteristics of tonsilloliths in a time-dependent fashion by follow-up computed tomography (CT). METHODS: Tonsilloliths were analyzed in 326 CT scan pair sets of initial and at least two follow-up CT examinations of patients with whole palatine tonsils and various diseases of the oral and maxillofacial regions. RESULTS: Over the follow-up period, 12.1% of tonsilloliths disappeared. Approximately 26.1% of tonsilloliths changed in size during follow-up, mostly increasing in size. In tonsilloliths that showed enlargement, the mean (± standard deviation) growth rate was 0.61 ± 0.41 mm per year. Approximately 37.3% of tonsilloliths changed position during the follow-up period; of these, movement was toward the respiratory tract in 92% at a mean rate of - 1.38 ± 1.59 mm per year. The calcification levels of almost all tonsilloliths showed dynamic change: HU number increased in 84.3% and decreased in 12.7% of tonsilloliths over the follow-up period. The mean rate of HU increase was 63.8 ± 96.3 HU/year, and the mean rate of HU decrease was - 38.4 ± 66.8 HU/year. CONCLUSIONS: The calcification levels of all tonsilloliths showed dynamic fluctuation, and a tendency for excretion of tonsilloliths from the body. Their dynamics over time suggest that tonsilloliths may be in a permanently active phase which functions to remove foreign matter.

    DOI: 10.1186/s12903-021-01426-1

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  • Tatsurou Tanaka, Masafumi Oda, Nao Wakasugi-Sato, Takaaki Joujima, Yuichi Miyamura, Manabu Habu, Masaaki Kodama, Osamu Takahashi, Teppei Sago, Shinobu Matsumoto-Takeda, Ikuko Nishida, Hiroki Tsurushima, Yasushi Otani, Daigo Yoshiga, Masaaki Sasaguri, Yasuhiro Morimoto .  First Report of Sublingual Gland Ducts: Visualization by Dynamic MR Sialography and Its Clinical Application .  Journal of Clinical Medicine9 ( 11 ) 3676 - 3676   2020.11

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    This study was done to determine whether the sublingual gland ducts could be visualized and/or their function assessed by MR sialography and dynamic MR sialography and to elucidate the clinical significance of the visualization and/or evaluation of the function of sublingual gland ducts by clinical application of these techniques. In 20 adult volunteers, 19 elderly volunteers, and 7 patients with sublingual gland disease, morphological and functional evaluations were done by MR sialography and dynamic MR sialography. Next, four parameters, including the time-dependent changes (change ratio) in the maximum area of the detectable sublingual gland ducts in dynamic MR sialographic images and data were analyzed. Sublingual gland ducts could be accurately visualized in 16 adult volunteers, 12 elderly volunteers, and 5 patients. No significant differences in the four parameters in detectable duct areas of sublingual glands were found among the three groups. In one patient with a ranula, the lesion could be correctly diagnosed as a ranula by MR sialography because the mass was clearly derived from sublingual gland ducts. This is the first report of successful visualization of sublingual gland ducts. In addition, the present study suggests that MR sialography can be more useful in the diagnosis of patients with lesions of sublingual gland ducts.

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  • Tatsurou Tanaka, Ray Tanaka, Andy Wai Kan Yeung, Michael M Bornstein, Shun Nishimura, Masafumi Oda, Manabu Habu, Osamu Takahashi, Daigo Yoshiga, Teppei Sago, Ikuya Miyamoto, Masaaki Kodama, Nao Wakasugi-Sato, Shinobu Matsumoto-Takeda, Takaaki Joujima, Yuichi Miyamura, Yasuhiro Morimoto .  Real-time evaluation of swallowing in patients with oral cancers by using cine-magnetic resonance imaging based on T2-weighted sequences. .  Oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology and oral radiology130 ( 5 ) 583 - 592   2020.11Real-time evaluation of swallowing in patients with oral cancers by using cine-magnetic resonance imaging based on T2-weighted sequences.International journal

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    OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to evaluate whether a new cine-magnetic resonance imaging (CMRI) technique might be useful for evaluating swallowing function in patients with different types of oral cancers by assessing 12 CMRI-related parameters. STUDY DESIGN: In total, 111 patients with oral cancers were evaluated. We examined whether visualization of fluid flow and determination of flow direction to the trachea or the esophagus were possible with CMRI. We evaluated the correlations between CMRI-related parameters and self-reported dysphagia scores as the status of dysphagia, T classification groups as tumor staging for preoperative patients, alterations in CMRI-related parameters between pre- and postoperative patients, and the degree of invasiveness of oral cancer surgery. RESULTS: We could judge the flow direction to the esophagus on CMRI in all 111 patients. Six CMRI-related parameters showed significant correlations with dysphagia status. Increases in CMRI-related parameters were significantly related to deterioration of swallowing status, as shown by a decrease in self-reported dysphagia scores, advances in the T classification, and degree of invasiveness of oral cancer surgery. CONCLUSIONS: The results of the present study suggest that CMRI can be used to directly visualize swallowing dynamics and objectively evaluate the swallowing complaints of patients with oral cancer.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.oooo.2020.05.009

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  • T Joujima, M Oda, M Sasaguri, M Habu, S Kataoka, Y Miyamura, N Wakasugi-Sato, S Matsumoto-Takeda, O Takahashi, S Kokuryo, T Sago, D Yoshiga, T Tanaka, Y Morimoto .  Evaluation of velopharyngeal function using high-speed cine-magnetic resonance imaging based on T2-weighted sequences: a preliminary study. .  International journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery49 ( 4 ) 432 - 441   2020.4Evaluation of velopharyngeal function using high-speed cine-magnetic resonance imaging based on T2-weighted sequences: a preliminary study.International journal

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    The objective was to introduce a new technique for visualizing the three-dimensional (3D) movements of velopharyngeal-related muscles using high-speed cine-magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) based on T2-weighted sequences. The evaluation of phonation- and water swallowing-related events was performed in 11 healthy subjects. Specifically, whether cine-MRI could precisely visualize normal velopharyngeal function during these two events was examined. The 3D movements of the soft palate, superior pharyngeal constrictor muscles, and levator veli palatini muscles were visualized in all 11 subjects. A noteworthy finding was that the magnetic resonance signals of the superior constrictor pharyngeal muscles and the levator veli palatini muscles were significantly higher during phonation and during water swallowing than at rest. This initial study suggests that the 3D movements of velopharyngeal-related muscles can be successfully and precisely visualized without side effects. The magnetic resonance signal changes seen in the superior pharyngeal constrictor and levator veli palatini muscles using the technique described here should be useful to develop better methods of evaluation of velopharyngeal function.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijom.2019.08.001

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  • Takahiro Maeda, Masafumi Oda, Shinji Kito, Tatsurou Tanaka, Nao Wakasugi-Sato, Shinobu Matsumoto-Takeda, Takaaki Joujima, Yuichi Miyamura, Koichi Kiyota, Kensuke Tsutsumi, Yasuhiro Morimoto .  Can the lower rate of CT- or MRI-related adverse drug reactions to contrast media due to stricter limitations on patients undergoing contrast-enhanced CT or MRI? .  Dentomaxillofacial Radiology49 ( 2 ) 20190214 - 20190214   2020.2

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    <sec><title>Objective:</title> The aim of this study was to examine whether a decreased occurrence rate of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) to contrast media in contrast-enhanced CT and MRI was attributable to appropriate criteria for patients with some diseases. A secondary aim was to elucidate safety profiles for contrast media and factors influencing the occurrence of ADRs.

    </sec><sec><title>Methods:</title> Clinical data of patients who underwent contrast-enhanced CT (5576 cases) or MRI (3357 cases) were retrospectively analyzed to evaluate rates of ADRs to contrast media, symptoms of ADRs, treatments for ADRs, and differences in medical history, blood test results, and other factors between patients with and without ADRs in a dental hospital.

    </sec><sec><title>Results:</title> The rate of ADRs to contrast media was 0.54% for CT and 0.09% for MRI. The most frequent ADRs in contrast-enhanced CT or MRI were nausea and vomiting as physiologic reactions. Two serious reactions were seen for CT, but none for MRI. Significant differences between patients with and without ADRs were seen in liver function according to blood tests for CT, and in digestive disorders elicited from medical interviews for MRI.

    </sec><sec><title>Conclusion:</title> The lower occurrence rate of ADRs to contrast media in dental hospitals could be due to the adoption of appropriate criteria for patients with some diseases undergoing enhanced CT or MRI. Complete suppression of ADRs to contrast media for CT or MRI is unrealistic, so attention is warranted for patients with decreased liver function when performing enhanced CT, and for patients with digestive disorders when performing enhanced MRI.

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    DOI: 10.1259/dmfr.20190214

  • Naruhiko Ueda, Tatsurou Tanaka, Masafumi Oda, Nao Wakasugi-Sato, Shinobu Matsumoto-Takeda, Yuichi Miyamura, Takaaki Jyoujima, Kouichi Kiyota, Kensuke Tsutsumi, Yasuhiro Morimoto .  Advocacy of diagnostic criteria for maxillary incisive canal cysts based on alteration of normal maxillary incisive canals according to aging in Japanese populations .  Head & Face Medicine15 ( 1 )   2019.12

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    The purpose of the present study was to describe the CT imaging findings of normal incisive canals and incisive canal cysts and propose cut-off values to differentiate between them.


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    A total of 220 normal subjects and 40 patients with incisive canal cysts on multi-detector row computed tomography (MDCT) were retrospectively analyzed. The shapes, sizes, anatomic variations, Hounsfield scale values, and so on of maxillary incisive canals and the sizes and Hounsfield scale values of maxillary incisive canal cysts were analyzed.


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    A significant difference in sizes of maxillary incisive canals in normal subjects was found between males and females. The sizes of maxillary incisive canals were significantly wider during aging, but shapes, anatomic variations, and Hounsfield scale values in the maxillary incisive canals were not significantly different with aging. A significant difference in sizes but not Hounsfield scale values was found between normal maxillary incisive canals and maxillary incisive canal cysts. Based on a cut-off of over 6 mm in the width of incisive canals, maxillary incisive canal cysts could not be appropriately diagnosed for subjects over 60 years of age. Over 60 years of age, maxillary incisive canal cysts could be appropriately diagnosed based on a cut-off of over 7.1 mm in width of incisive canals. When maxillary incisive canals of the hourglass types were seen on sagittal sections, significantly more patients had maxillary incisive canal cysts than other types.


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    In coincidentally diagnosing asymptomatic incisive canal cysts on imaging, we should apply different cut-offs for the size of the maxillary incisive canal for patients over and under 60 years of age. Specifically, the cut-offs for the long axis of maxillary incisive canal cysts were 7.1 mm for patients over 60 years of age and 6.0 mm for those under 60 years of age. In addition, we should pay attention to wider canals with hourglass shapes as indicative of cystic change of maxillary incisive canals.


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    DOI: 10.1186/s13005-019-0209-5

    Other Link: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s13005-019-0209-5/fulltext.html

  • Nao Wakasugi-Sato, Manabu Habu, Masafumi Oda, Tatsurou Tanaka, Ikuko Nishida, Tetsuro Wakasugi, Shinya Kokuryo, Daigo Yoshiga, Teppei Sago, Nozomu Harano, Shinji Kito, Shinobu Matsumoto-Takeda, Takaaki Jyoujima, Yuichi Miyamura, Naomi Yada, Masaaki Sasaguri, Yasuhiro Morimoto .  Characteristics of diffusion-weighted images and apparent diffusion coefficients of ranulas and other masses in and around the floor of the mouth .  Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Oral Radiology127 ( 1 ) 77 - 84   2019.1Characteristics of diffusion-weighted images and apparent diffusion coefficients of ranulas and other masses in and around the floor of the mouth

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    容易で非侵襲的な超音波検査は口腔・顎・顔面領域における軟組織疾患に対する検査法として有効である。唾液腺疾患、頸部リンパ節転移および口腔癌に対する超音波検査の実践と診断法を示した。その際、超音波画像ガイド下での穿刺吸引生検の有効性やカラー・ドップラー法を用いた血管描出の有効性についても説明した。また、超音波エラストグラフィーの将来性についても述べた。

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  • 小田 昌史, 田中 達朗, 松本 忍[武田], 若杉( 奈緒[佐藤], 山下 浩平, 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 森本 泰宏   顎骨中心性腫瘤における導帯管のCT画像所見  

    歯科放射線  2021.5  (NPO)日本歯科放射線学会

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  • 小田 昌史, 田中 達朗, 鬼頭 慎司, 松本 忍[武田], 若杉 奈緒[佐藤], 植田 愛彦, 前田 隆洋, 山下 浩平, 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 森本 泰宏   萠出遅延を伴う上顎前歯の導帯管に関する検討  

    日本口腔診断学会雑誌  2019.2  (一社)日本口腔診断学会

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  • 山下 浩平, 小田 昌史, 田中 達朗, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 森本 泰宏   口蓋扁桃結石の経時変化に関する分析  

    日本口腔内科学会雑誌  2020.12  (一社)日本口腔内科学会

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  • 前田 隆洋, 小田 昌史, 田中 達朗, 若杉 奈緒[佐藤], 松本 忍[武田], 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 清田 幸一, 植田 愛彦, 山下 浩平, 森本 泰宏   歯科大学附属病院における造影剤による副作用に関する検討(II)  

    日本口腔内科学会雑誌  2019.12  (一社)日本口腔内科学会

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  • 前田 隆洋, 小田 昌史, 田中 達朗, 若杉 奈緒[佐藤], 松本 忍[武田], 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 清田 幸一, 植田 愛彦, 山下 浩平, 森本 泰宏   歯科大学附属病院における造影剤による副作用に関する検討(II)  

    日本口腔診断学会雑誌  2020.2  (一社)日本口腔診断学会

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  • 植田 愛彦, 田中 達朗, 小田 昌史, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 森本 泰宏   正常切歯管の加齢変化と鼻口蓋管嚢胞の鑑別について  

    日本口腔内科学会雑誌  2019.12  (一社)日本口腔内科学会

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  • 植田 愛彦, 田中 達朗, 小田 昌史, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 森本 泰宏   正常切歯管の加齢変化と鼻口蓋管嚢胞の鑑別について  

    日本口腔診断学会雑誌  2020.2  (一社)日本口腔診断学会

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  • 小田 昌史, 田中 達朗, 松本 忍[武田], 若杉 奈緒[佐藤], 植田 愛彦, 前田 隆洋, 山下 浩平, 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 森本 泰宏   導帯管と萠出遅延との関連性の検討  

    歯科放射線  2019.6  (NPO)日本歯科放射線学会

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  • 山下 浩平, 小田 昌史, 田中 達朗, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 森本 泰宏   口蓋扁桃結石の経時変化に関する分析  

    日本口腔診断学会雑誌  2021.2  (一社)日本口腔診断学会

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  • 田中 達朗, 小田 昌史, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 長崎 祐太郎, 西村 瞬, 今村 義治, 森本 泰宏   口腔癌患者におけるCine MRIによる嚥下機能評価の試み  

    日本口腔内科学会雑誌  2021.12  (一社)日本口腔内科学会

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  • 前田 隆洋, 小田 昌史, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 田中 達朗, 森本 泰宏   九州歯科大学附属病院における造影CT及び造影MRIの副作用に関する研究(I)  

    九州歯科学会雑誌  2019.4  九州歯科学会

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  • 田中 達朗   三叉神経痛の治療効果予測におけるMR cisternographyを用いた新たなアプローチ法  

    歯科放射線  2019.6  (NPO)日本歯科放射線学会

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  • 田中 達朗, 小田 昌史, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 今村 義治, 森本 泰宏   三叉神経痛の予後予測においてのMR cisternographyによる新たなアプローチ法  

    日本口腔診断学会雑誌  2021.2  (一社)日本口腔診断学会

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  • 田中 達朗, 小田 昌史, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 今村 義治, 森本 泰宏   三叉神経痛の予後予測においてのMR cisternographyによる新たなアプローチ法  

    日本口腔内科学会雑誌  2020.12  (一社)日本口腔内科学会

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  • 田中 達朗, 小田 昌史, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 森本 泰宏   MR cisternographyによる三叉神経痛の治療効果予測の新たなアプローチ法  

    九州歯科学会雑誌  2021.5  九州歯科学会

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  • 植田 愛彦, 田中 達朗, 小田 昌史, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 城嶋 孝章, 宮村 侑一, 森本 泰宏   CTにおける鼻口蓋管嚢胞の診断基準の確立  

    九州歯科学会雑誌  2019.4  九州歯科学会

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  • 田中 達朗, 小田 昌史, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 西村 瞬, 今村 義治, 森本 泰宏   Cine MRIによる口腔癌患者の嚥下機能評価法の有効性  

    歯科放射線  2021.5  (NPO)日本歯科放射線学会

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  • 田中 達朗, 小田 昌史, 若杉 奈緒, 松本 忍, 長崎 祐太郎, 西村 瞬, 今村 義治, 森本 泰宏   口腔癌患者におけるCine MRIによる嚥下機能評価の試み  

    日本口腔診断学会雑誌  2022.2  (一社)日本口腔診断学会

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