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ANN T IGAWA N.P., NPI 1386705903 - Nurse Practitioner in ...

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Ann Igawa is a provider established in Burbank, California. The NPI ... ANN T IGAWA N.P. NPI 1386705903 ... 1194826594, DIANNA P FERGUSON M.D.---



Morphea on the Breast after a Needle Biopsy

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Dec 27, 2011 ... Ann Dermatol. ... Noriko Arase, M.D., Ph.D., Ken Igawa, M.D., Ph.D., Satoko Senda, M.D., Mika Terao, M.D., Ph.D., Hiroyuki Murota, M.D., Ph.D. Morphea on the Breast after a Needle Biopsy Ann Dermatol. 2011 Dec;23(Suppl 3):S408-S410. Ann Dermatol. 2011 Dec;23(Suppl 3):S408-S410. English. Morphea on the Breast after a Needle Biopsy Noriko Arase, M.D., Ph.D., Ken Igawa, M.D., Ph.D.,Satoko Senda, M.D., Mika Terao, M.D., Ph.D., Hiroyuki Murota, M.D., Ph.D. and Ichiro Katayama, M.D., Ph.D. Department of Dermatology, Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan. Corresponding author: Ken Igawa, M.D., Ph.D., Department of Dermatology, Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University, Yamada-oka 2-2, Suita city, Osaka 565-0871, Japan. Tel: 81-6-6879-3031, Fax: 81-6-6879-3039, Email: igawa@derma.med.osaka-u.ac.jp Received January 13, 2011; Revised August 05, 2011; Accepted August 08, 2011.  This article has been cited by 2 articles in    This article has been cited by Google Scholar.  This article has been cited by 1 article in  Web of Science. Localized scleroderma (morphea) usually develops spontaneously, but the precise mechanisms underlying disease development are obscure. However, a significant number of cases suggest that morphea is induced by external stimuli. Herein, we report a case of morphea that developed after a needle biopsy. Keywords: Morphea; Needle biopsy Localized scleroderma (morphea) usually develops spontaneously. However, a significant number of reports suggest that external stimuli can induce morphea. Although trauma is reported as a morphea trigger, the mechanism has remained unclear. Herein, we report a case of morphea that developed after a needle biopsy and discuss the mechanisms underlying these phenomena.



A Laparoscopic Management Combined with a Flexible ...

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Jun 1, 2016 ... ... Case Reports. Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. ... Mitsunori Matsuo, MD, PhD, Kousuke Ueda, MD, [...], and Tsukasa Igawa, MD, PhD. Additional article ... US National Library of Medicine Search databaseSearch termSearch COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. Journal ListJ Endourol Case Repv.2(1); 2016PMC4996612 J Endourol Case Rep. 2016; 2(1): 117–119. Published online 2016 Jun 1. doi: 10.1089/cren.2016.0058 A Laparoscopic Management Combined with a Flexible Ureteroscope for Ureteral Polyps of More Than 3 cm Length Mitsunori Matsuo, MD, PhD, Kousuke Ueda, MD, Kiyoaki Nishihara, MD, Makoto Nakiri, MD, Shunsuke Suyama, MD, Katsuaki Chikui, MD, Shuichiro Hayashi, MD, Hirofumi Kurose, MD, Naoyuki Ogasawara, MD, Shigetaka Suekane, MD, and Tsukasa Igawa, MD, PhD Ureteral polyps are benign tumors of the ureter, which are relatively rare. The etiology has proposed various hypotheses, involving chronic inflammation and congenital disease. Most of them are commonly diagnosed in the upper ureter including the ureteropelvic junction. Some studies have reported polypectomy using a holmium laser, but several studies presented laparoscopic ureteroureterostomy for patients in whom the mentioned procedure is difficult. We underwent laparoscopic ureteroureterostomy with a combination of flexible ureteroscope for ureteral polyps of more than 3 cm length. We used ureteroscopy with a laparoscopic approach to minimize the length of ureter resection. Using the light guide of ureteroscopy is useful to decide the exact and minimal excision range for ureteroureterostomy. Ureteral polyps are benign tumors of the ureter, which are relatively rare. Although the etiology remains to be clarified, various hypotheses, involving chronic inflammation and congenital disease, have been proposed. Many patients show hydronephrosis regardless of the tumor site. It causes flank pain or hematuria in some patients. Concerning treatment, transurethral resection using a holmium laser was recently reported, but several studies presented laparoscopic ureteroureterostomy for patients in whom the mentioned procedure is difficult. In this study, we report a patient with multiple ureteral polyps, measuring more than 3 cm in length, in whom laparoscopic ureteroureterostomy using a flexible ureteroscope was performed, leading to favorable results, because transurethral laser resection was difficult.



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More Health & Wellness stories. Social Media. Tweets by @UCLAHealth. Featured Physician. Huma S. Hasnain, MD Medicine, Nephrology. Find a Provider. × ... See latest COVID-19 coronavirus updates and FAQs. Learn about video visits and get visitor information. Taking care of your health is important We are here for you and ready to keep your health on track Find a Primary Care Physician/Family Doctor   |   Find a Provider   |   Health Plans Accepted   |   Find a Location Need help finding a doctor? (800) UCLA-MD1 or (310) 825-2631 UCLA Health is vigilantly monitoring and responding to new information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Our top priority is the health and safety of our patients and staff, our community and the public at large. VISITOR GUIDELINES  COVID-19 INFORMATION OUR PATIENTS HAVE AMAZING STORIES Here’s to you, the patients, families, volunteers and communities who inspire and push us to be our best in all that we do. At UCLA Health, we provide the best health care, using the latest medical technology — healing humankind one patient at a time. Learn more > What to Expect at Your Next Medical Appointment During the Pandemic Thermal Cameras at UCLA Medical Buildings Quickly Scan for Fever to Improve Safety 2020 Census: Get counted and help shape your future! If relaxed too soon, physical distancing measures might have been all for naught A study led by UCLA mathematicians and scientists highlights the dangers of a major COVID-19 spike after the removal of health precautions. Jet aircraft exhaust linked to preterm births Coronavirus antibodies fall dramatically in first 3 months after mild cases of COVID-19



Morphea on the Breast after a Needle Biopsy

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Dec 27, 2011 ... Morphea on the Breast after a Needle Biopsy. Noriko Arase, M.D., Ph.D., Ken Igawa, M.D., Ph.D., [...], and Ichiro Katayama, M.D., Ph.D. US National Library of Medicine Search databaseSearch termSearch COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. Journal ListAnn Dermatolv.23(Suppl 3); 2011 DecPMC3276810 Ann Dermatol. 2011 Dec; 23(Suppl 3): S408–S410. Published online 2011 Dec 27. doi: 10.5021/ad.2011.23.S3.S408 Morphea on the Breast after a Needle Biopsy Noriko Arase, M.D., Ph.D., Ken Igawa, M.D., Ph.D., Satoko Senda, M.D., Mika Terao, M.D., Ph.D., Hiroyuki Murota, M.D., Ph.D., and Ichiro Katayama, M.D., Ph.D. Localized scleroderma (morphea) usually develops spontaneously, but the precise mechanisms underlying disease development are obscure. However, a significant number of cases suggest that morphea is induced by external stimuli. Herein, we report a case of morphea that developed after a needle biopsy. Keywords: Morphea, Needle biopsy Localized scleroderma (morphea) usually develops spontaneously. However, a significant number of reports suggest that external stimuli can induce morphea. Although trauma is reported as a morphea trigger, the mechanism has remained unclear. Herein, we report a case of morphea that developed after a needle biopsy and discuss the mechanisms underlying these phenomena. A 35-year-old Japanese female noticed a small breast tumor and underwent a needle biopsy examination. Three months later, she found an egg-sized, slightly itchy erythema on her left breast, around the needle biopsy scar. Subsequently, two walnut-sized erythemas developed. A topical steroid was ineffective. Within a few months, the erythema inflammatory reaction gradually attenuated but sclerotic plaques with slight pigmentation remained. A similar progressing sclerotic plaque had also developed on her right upper arm. She was referred to our hospital with the complaint of these sclerotic plaques.





Catheterization: Possible complications and their prevention and ...

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May 19, 2008 ... Yasuhiko Igawa md , p hd , Department of Urology, Shinshu University School of Medicine, 3‐1‐1, Asahi, Matsumoto 390‐8621, Japan. International Journal of UrologyVolume 15, Issue 6 Catheterization: Possible complications and their prevention and treatment Yasuhiko Igawa Jean‐Jacques Wyndaele Osamu Nishizawa Abstract:  Intermittent catheterization (IC) is a more preferable method for bladder drainage than indwelling urethral or suprapubic catheterization. Several complications with IC have been described, however, including urinary tract infection, genital infection, urethral bleeding, urethritis, urethral stricture, and bladder stones. To prevent these complications, patients should be well instructed on the technique and the risks of IC. Indwelling catheterization should be used only exceptionally, under close control and the catheter should be changed with adequate frequency. Intermittent catheterization (IC) and self‐catheterization (ISC) are nowadays considered the methods of choice for the management of neurogenic lower urinary tract (LUT) dysfunction. Nevertheless, many still choose indwelling urethral catheterization (ID) or suprapubic catheterization (SC) as a means of management of urinary incontinence due to difficulty in performing IC/ISC or persistent leakage between catheterizations. Regarding IC/ISC, ID and SC, this review highlights the prevalence of complications with each catheterization method, and prevention and treatment of these complications. Intermittent catheterization and self‐catheterization In general, the purpose of catheterization is to empty the bladder and the purpose of IC is to resume normal bladder storage and regularly complete urine evacuation. With IC/ISC there is no need to leave the catheter in the lower urinary tract all the time, thus avoiding the complications of ID and SC. Although almost all publications clearly stated that IC is the preferable methods for bladder drainage, several complications with IC/ISC have been described: urinary tract infection (UTI), genital infection such as epididymitis, urethral bleeding, urethritis, urethral stricture, bladder stones, etc.1, 2



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