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Michishige, late 19th-century Japanese ophthalmologist. See: Takayasu arteritis, Takayasu disease, Takayasu syndrome.
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Takayasu said Japan appears to be complacent with its position as ''a big brother in East Asia,'' though it had been eager to boost its presence as ''a global actor'' in the 1980s by increasing foreign aid.
The American College of Rheumatology 1990 criteria for the classification of Takayasu arteritis.
Kacchan Takayasu in the "Rain Tree" stories suffers from a fear of being forgotten.
In fact, increased PTX 3 levels have been observed in the serum of patients with several diseases affecting blood vessels, such as small-vessel vasculitis (6), Takayasu arteritis in the active stage (7) and acute coronary syndrome (8, 9).
A broader histologic differential would include systemic lupus erythematosus, acute rheumatic carditis, rheumatoid nodules, Takayasu disease, Wegener granulomatosis, giant cell arteritis, syphilis, Erdheim-Chester disease, and ischemic cardiomyopathy.
Events taking place outside in the courtyard at the Mount Pleasant based venue will be a demonstration of the traditional stringed instrument the Koto by musician Sumie Kent, a haiku workshop, kimono dressing by Jill Clay and a sushi food demo from Takayasu Takemoto.
In 1997, Takayasu (Ueda et al (5)) described a 5-cm exophytic pheochromocytoma extending into the posterior area of the liver.
3 second ahead of compatriot Ryo Takayasu to become the first male swimmer to win gold in the same event at three straight Asian Games, making him the most successful male swimmer in an individual event in the Games' history.
1, 2) For example, the large vessel vasculitides include giant cell or temporal arteritis and Takayasu arteritis; medium-sized vessel vasculitic syndromes include polyarteritis nodosa, Kawasaki's disease, and isolated angiitis of the CNS.