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M, 20th-century Japanese hematologist. See: Kikuchi disease.
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Kikuchi's disease associated with parotidomegaly, thyroiditis and a rash in a young man.
Kikuchi (economics, Kobe U., Japan) presents theoretical models of international trade that illustrate the impact of robust communication and data exchange networks and utilization of time zone differences on the structure of world trade.
''I expect (the 3DS) to make a good start,'' Deutsche Securities analyst Satoru Kikuchi said.
Cannes winner Jeon Do-yeon, former Bond girl Michelle Yeoh and "Babel" star Rinko Kikuchi are among the best actress nominees.
Kikuchi-Fujimoto Disease (KFD), also known as histiocytic necrotizing lymphadenitis, was described in Japan, in 1972, by Kikuchi and Fujimoto (1,2) simultaneously.
Yukiko Kikuchi, 25, wants to make a difference in Chechnya, frequently visiting Grozny in the last year and a half as a student of international politics at Moscow State University and as a member of a humanitarian assistance organization based in the capital.
Toshio Kikuchi, president of Japan-based Kikuchi Color & Chemicals Corp.
In Tokyo, deaf-mute student Chieko (Rinko Kikuchi), who's angry at the suicide of her mother, her disability and failure with boys, lives on a knife edge between her own destruction and reconnection with her estranged businessman father (KojiYakusho).
The first speaker at the symposium was Dr Katsuko Kikuchi, of the Department of Dermatology at Tohoku University's Graduate School of Medicine.