Summary for 2006 [at-glance overview of Akira Onuma work for the selected year as suggested by data mining algorithms]
This is an Authoratory overview of author Akira Onuma. According to available data, in 2006 Akira Onuma published at least 4 articles. This work was completed in collaboration with several authors including Iinuma, Kazuie and Haginoya, Kazuhiro. Many other authors have collaborated with Akira Onuma as well. There is no information about the funding or the grants awarded to support this work.
Analysis of the article abstracts and the titles suggests that Akira Onuma professional interests are focused around "receiving enteral nutrition", "magnetic resonance imaging" and "basal ganglia cerebellum". These might also be referred to as "enteral nutrition", "receiving enteral" or "magnetic resonance". Statistical analysis shows that Akira Onuma's writing is likely to contains terms "patients", "imaging", "enteral", "nutrition", "receiving" and "h-abc".
The majority of Akira Onuma articles are affiliated with Department of Pediatrics, Tohoku University School of Medicine, 1-1 Seiryomachi, Sendai 980-8574, Japan. Luckily, several email addresses are on file.
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Akira Onuma Coauthors (14) [all coauthors with the number of joint publications]
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- 4Department of Pediatrics, Tohoku University School of Medicine, 1-1 Seiryomachi, Sendai 980-8574, Japan.
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Keywords (32) [keywords assigned to Akira Onuma articles by PubMed, the leading number and the color conveys importance]
- 4Humans | 4Male | 3Adolescent | 3Child, Preschool | 3Child | 2Hair | 2Magnetic Resonance Imaging | 2Infant | 2Adult | 2Female | 2Enteral Nutrition | 1Positron-Emission Tomography | 1Cerebellum | 1Motor Skills Disorders | 1Atrophy | 1Fluorodeoxyglucose F18 | 1Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging | 1Brain Diseases | 1Demyelinating Diseases | 1Cerebral Cortex | 1Drug Therapy, Combination | 1Motor Neuron Disease | 1Carbidopa | 1Antiparkinson Agents | 1Administration, Oral | 1Basal Ganglia | 1Mercury Poisoning | 1Environmental Monitoring | 1Spinocerebellar Degenerations | 1Pyramidal Tracts | 1Diagnosis, Differential | 1Disabled Persons
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- 11patients | 7imaging | 6enteral | 6nutrition | 6receiving | 6h-abc | 6hypomyelination | 5effective | 5cerebellum | 5treatment | 4reduced | 4levodopa | 4resonance | 4carbidopa | 4magnetic | 4exposure | 3preliminary | 3dti | 3pmg | 3fiber | 3unilateral | 3organization | 3polymicrogyria | 3functional | 3diffusion | 3tensor | 3elements | 2hemidystonia | 2tract | 2cerebellar | 2trace | 2scalp
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- 5receiving enteral nutrition | 4magnetic resonance imaging | 4basal ganglia cerebellum | 4hypomyelination atrophy basal | 4atrophy basal ganglia | 3patients receiving enteral | 3patients unilateral polymicrogyria | 3diffusion tensor imaging | 3functional magnetic resonance | 2preliminary analysis trace | 2scalp hair patients | 2analysis trace elements | 2imaging functional magnetic | 2motor disabilities receiving | 2mercury patients receiving | 2morphofunctional organization patients | 2trace elements scalp | 2reduced exposure mercury | 2patients severe motor | 2exposure mercury patients | 2unilateral polymicrogyria combined | 2elements scalp hair | 2use diffusion tensor | 2polymicrogyria combined use | 2combined use diffusion | 2hemidystonia hypomyelination cerebellar | 2hypomyelination cerebellar ataxia | 2severe motor disabilities | 2organization patients unilateral | 2tensor imaging functional | 2hair patients severe | 2disabilities receiving enteral
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Akira Onuma Articles (4) [selected PubMed articles for the year 2006 with the links to a full text at PubMed]
Reduced exposure to mercury in patients receiving enteral nutrition. (2006) >>
Department of Pediatrics, Tohoku University School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan.6Fujiwara, Ikuma, 7Haginoya, Kazuhiro, 14Yasuda, Hiroshi, 10Yokoyama, Hiroyuki, , 4Onuma, Akira, 14Iinuma, Kazuie, 3Kobayashi, Yasuko, 11Tsuchiya, Shigeru, 4Munakata, Mitsutoshi.
A preliminary analysis of trace elements in the scalp hair of patients with severe motor disabilities receiving enteral nutrition. (2006) >>
Department of Pediatrics, Tohoku University School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan.6Fujiwara, Ikuma, 7Haginoya, Kazuhiro, 14Yasuda, Hiroshi, 10Yokoyama, Hiroyuki, , 4Onuma, Akira, 14Iinuma, Kazuie, 3Kobayashi, Yasuko, 4Munakata, Mitsutoshi.
Morphofunctional organization in three patients with unilateral polymicrogyria: combined use of diffusion tensor imaging and functional magnetic resonance imaging. (2006) >>
Department of Pediatrics, Tohoku University School of Medicine, Sendai 980-8574, Japan., 1Takeo, Kazuhiro, 7Haginoya, Kazuhiro, 4Onuma, Akira, 14Iinuma, Kazuie, 4Munakata, Mitsutoshi.
Effective treatment with levodopa and carbidopa for hypomyelination with atrophy of the basal ganglia and cerebellum. (2006) >>
Department of Pediatrics, Tohoku University School of Medicine, 1-1 Seiryomachi, Sendai 980-8574, Japan.7Haginoya, Kazuhiro, 2Togashi, Noriko, 12Higano, Shuichi, 10Yokoyama, Hiroyuki, , 4Onuma, Akira, 14Iinuma, Kazuie, 2Wakusawa, Keisuke, 4Kitamura, Taro, 4Ishitobi, Mamiko.