SASAKI Tatsuya

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SASAKI Tatsuya
Former Institution / Organization Fukushima Medical University School of Medicine
Job title
Associate Professor

Research Areas



Faculty of Medicine, Tohoku University


Reffer to B.Krischek et al
SASAKI, Tatsuya*
Neurologia medico-chirurgica   47(9) 395   2007
Urokinase cisternal irrigation therapy for prevention of symptomatic vasospasm after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage: a study of urokinase concentration and the fibrinolytic system.
Stroke.   31(6) 1256-1262   2000
Technique for fixing a temporalis muscle using a titanium plate to the implanted hydroxyapatite ceramics for bone defects.
Journal of Craniofacial Surgery.   12(3) 292-298   2001

Books etc

Pregnenolone sulfate prevents hypoxia-induced axonal depression in rat spinal cords(共著)
ICRAN 99, Neurotranmatology   1999   
Surgical management of chronic subdural hematoma with bleeding tendency(共著)
ICRAN 99, Neurotraumatology   1999   
Expression of NMDA receptors in neonatal rat spinal axons
ICRAN 99 Neurotraumatology   1999   
Microsurgical Anatomy of the Third Ventricular Floor and the Trans-third Ventricular Approach
Prevention of Cerebral Vasospasm-Cisternal Irrigation Therapy with Urokinnge and Ascorbic Acid
New Trends in Management of Cerebro-Vascular Malformations   1994   

Conference Activities & Talks

Symptomatic vasospasm after acute aneurysm surgery -overall result after introduction of continuous cisternal irrigation-
9th International Conference on Cerebral Vasospasm   2006   
Intraoperative VEP monitoring -New strategies to develop a reliable method-
World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies, 13th Interim Meeting/ 12th Asian-Australasian Society of Neurological Surgeons   2007   
Prevention of symptomatic vasospasm -Continuous cisternal irrigation with urokinase and ascorbic acid-
9th International Conference on Cerebral Vasospasm   2006   

Research Grants & Projects

Prevention of vasospasm
intraoperative monitoring of cranial nerves
Neurotransmitter receptors in the spinal axon