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by Nishida, Toshirou and Sakai, Yoshiharu and Takagi, Masakazu and Ozaka, Masato and Kitagawa, Yuko and Kurokawa, Yukinori and Masuzawa, Toru and Naito, Yoichi and Kagimura, Tatsuo and Hirota, Seiichi and Saito, Takuro and Komatsu, Yoshito and Kondo, Masato and Hayashi, Tsutomu and Gotoda, Naoto and Takiguchi, Nobuhiro and Maki, Atsuhiko and Baba, Hideo and Orita, Hajime and Yabusaki, Hiroshi and Chiguchi, Gaku and Manaka, Dai and Nabeshima, Kazuhito and Akabane, Hiromitsu and Ono, Koichi and Wada, Norihito and Kaji, Masahide and Yoshida, Kazuhiro and Takahashi, Ikuo and Fujitani, Kazumasa and Matsumoto, Sohei and Tamamori, Yutaka and Saito, Hiroaki and Ueda, Shugo and Yamamura, Masahiro and Fujii, Hirofumi and Yoshino, Shigefumi and Suzuki, Akihiro and Otsuji, Eigo and Kawachi, Shigeyuki and Takahashi, Tsuyoshi and Muguruma, Kazuya and Ishikawa, Suguru and Mitsutsuji, Masaaki and Takamori, Hiroshi and Kaiho, Takashi and Sako, Akihiro and Ito, Seiji and Mori, Masahiro and Tokuhara, Makoto and Kawaguchi, Yoshihiko and Hirabayashi, Naoki and Yoshida, Motohira and Takahashi, Masazumi and Takase, Shiro and Yamashita, Keishi and Iwasaki, Yoshiaki and Ozeki, Yutaka and Nishida, Yasunori and Koeda, Keisuke and Tsujinaka, Toshimasa and Kanie, Hiroshi and Hato, Shinji and Morimoto, Junya and Honda, Hiroshi and Tashiro, Hirotaka and Kakeji, Yoshihiro and Hata, Hiroaki and Sugiyama, Toshiro and Nobuoka, Takayuki and Fukushima, Ryoji and Sugiyama, Katsuro and Hasegawa, Junichi and Yoshimura, Tsunehiro and Takashima, Atsuo and Kunisaki, Chikara and Shinozaki, Hiroharu and Senmaru, Naoto and Imamura, Hiroshi and Otsu, Satoshi and Kobayashi, Daisuke and Noguchi, Akinori and Takagane, Akinori and Mitsunaga, Atsushi and Tamura, Shigeyuki and Matsuyama, Jin and Oka, Yoshio and Kajiyama, Kiyoshi and Yamada, Takuji and Hoshino, Sumito and Ohdan, Hideki and Kakishita, Tomokazu and Yanaga, Katsuhiko and Rino, Yasushi and Takahashi, Takayuki and Matsubara, Hisahiro and Ishizaki, Masahiro and Kim, Songtae and Inaki, Noriyuki and Hirahara, Noriyuki and ... and members of the STAR ReGISTry Study Group and The members of the STAR ReGISTry Study Group
Gastric Cancer, ISSN 1436-3291, 2019, pp. 1 - 8
A multidisciplinary approach based on guidelines and pathological diagnosis by specialized pathologists are important for improving the prognosis and QoL of... 
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Japanese Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 1613-2246, 1/2015, Volume 59, Issue 1, pp. 14 - 20
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BMJ Open, ISSN 2044-6055, 05/2018, Volume 8, Issue 5, pp. e019083 - e019083
IntroductionGranulocyte colony-stimulating factor (G-CSF) is generally used for neutropaenia. Previous experimental studies revealed that G-CSF promoted... 
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Nature Photonics, ISSN 1749-4885, 07/2013, Volume 7, Issue 7, pp. 550 - 554
Optical transitions between electronic levels are restricted according to the selection rules governed by the parities of electronic wavefunctions(1). If this... 
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American Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0002-9394, 2012, Volume 154, Issue 4, pp. 693 - 701
Purpose To investigate the effectiveness and safety of a new surgical technique of fovea-sparing internal limiting membrane (ILM) peeling for the treatment of...