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MBE 2021-07-30
14:20
Online Online Stress and fatigue of the surgeon during surgery
Koji Maeda (HIT), Seiji Mabuchi (Nara Medical Univ.), Tatsuro Fujie (Morinomiya Univ.), Hideo Nakamura (Osaka Electro-Communication Univ.)
 [more]
MI 2021-03-15
13:45
Online Online Surgical planning model generation by extracting important feature sets in mandibular reconstruction
Kazuki Nagai, Megumi Nakao (Kyoto Univ.), Nobuhiro Ueda (Nara Medical Univ.), Yuichiro Imai (Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital), Toshihide Hatanaka, Tadaaki Kirita (Nara Medical Univ.), Tetsuya Matsuda (Kyoto Univ.) MI2020-54
Because implicit medical knowledge and experience are used to perform medical treatment, such decisions must be clarifie... [more] MI2020-54
pp.29-34
MI 2020-01-29
10:45
Okinawa OKINAWAKEN SEINENKAIKAN Proposal of Extraction Method of Important Features in Surgical Planning for Mandibular Reconstruction
Kazuki Nagai, Megumi Nakao (Kyoto Univ.), Nobuhiro Ueda (Nara Medical Univ.), Yuichiro Imai (Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital), Tadaaki Kirita (Nara Medical Univ.), Tetsuya Matsuda (Kyoto Univ.) MI2019-70
As implicit medical knowledge and experience are used to perform medical treatment, clarification of decision making is ... [more] MI2019-70
pp.23-28
MI 2020-01-30
10:40
Okinawa OKINAWAKEN SEINENKAIKAN Evaluation of 3D adversarial networks for metallic dental artifact reduction
Megumi Nakao (Kyoto Univ.), Keiho Imanishi (e-Growth), Nobuhiro Ueda (Nara Medical Univ.), Yuichiro Imai (Otowa Hosp.), Tadaaki Kirita (Nara Medical Univ.), Tetsuya Matsuda (Kyoto Univ.) MI2019-101
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MI2019-101
pp.159-164
EA, US
(Joint)
2020-01-22
10:30
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. [Poster Presentation] Development of evaluation system for cerebral artery occlusion using pulse wave at carotid artery
Natsuko Itai, Hiroto Shimizu, Takuma Shimada, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.), Yasuyo Kobayashi (Nara Medical Univ.), Kozue Saito (Nara Medical Univ./NCVC), Hiroshi Yamagami (Osaka National Hospital/NCVC) US2019-71 EA2019-84
The purpose of this study is the development of system to evaluate cerebral artery occlusion easily. Ischemic cerebrovas... [more] US2019-71 EA2019-84
pp.7-11
MI 2017-01-18
16:47
Okinawa Tenbusu Naha Sparse Shape Modeling in Mandibular Reconstruction with Fibular Segments
Riho Kawasaki, Megumi Nakao (Kyoto Univ.), Yuichiro Imai (Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital), Nobuhiro Ueda, Toshihide Hatanaka, Mao Shiba, Tadaaki Kirita (Nara Medical Univ.), Tetsuya Matsuda (Kyoto Univ.) MI2016-120
Mandibular reconstruction with fibular segments needs preoperative planning for the precise placement of segments. Howev... [more] MI2016-120
pp.195-200
MI 2015-11-11
17:15
Nara NAIST Design of Evaluation Function for Automatic Planning of Mandibular Reconstruction Surgery
Shimpei Aso, Megumi Nakao (Kyoto Univ.), Keiho Imanishi (e-Growth), Yuichiro Imai (Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital), Nobuhiro Ueda, Toshihide Hatanaka, Mao Shiba, Tadaaki Kirita (Nara Medical Univ.), Tetsuya Matsuda (Kyoto Univ.) MI2015-71
In fibular transfer surgery for mandibular reconstruction, objective decision making and standardization of surgical pro... [more] MI2015-71
pp.73-78
SP 2012-03-08
11:30
Saitama Riken Brain Science Institute Syllable intelligibility of profoundly hearing-impaired rehabilitants using bone-conducted ultrasonic hearing aid
Toshie Matsui, Ryota Shimokura, Osamu Saito, Fumi Fukuda, Tadashi Nishimura, Hiroshi Hosoi (Nara Medical Univ.), Seiji Nakagawa (AIST) SP2011-157
A monosyllable identification task was tested and syllable intelligibility was measured for two profoundly hearing-impai... [more] SP2011-157
pp.13-18
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2010-03-11
13:45
Tokyo Tamagawa University The effect of gravity on learning and memory retention characteristics in prism adaptation
Takafumi Kashima (Chubu Univ.), Yoshiro Wada (Nara Medical Univ.), Naruo Kuwada (Japan Air Self-Defense Force Aeromedical Lab.), Yutaka Hirata (Chubu Univ.) NC2009-150
Our body motion is adjusted properly under 1G condition on the earth. Thus changes in gravitational
environment have si... [more]
NC2009-150
pp.367-372
ET 2009-11-06
11:20
Nagano Shinshu Univ. Effective support of Team-based Learning by "LENON"
Takao Morita, Shinich Fujimoto, Noriko Jyojima, Masahide Yoshikawa, Hiromichi Ishizashi, Yasuhiro Akai, Michiyo Aoyama (Nara Medical Univ.), Akira Shiroshima (Terada Electric Works Co. Ltd.) ET2009-43
Team-Based learning (TBL) is an interactive instructional strategy which consists of three phases of study: the individu... [more] ET2009-43
pp.17-22
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2009-03-13
11:10
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. Effect of hyper-gravity on the autonomic nervous system evaluated by pupillary flash responses
Junpei Nishiyama, Shinichi Kinoshita (Chubu Univ.), Yoshiro Wada (Nara Medical Univ.), Naruo Kuwada (Japan Air Self-Defense Force Aeromedical Lab.), Yutaka Hirata (Chubu Univ.) MBE2008-121
The opportunity of manned space activity is expected to increase. However, many problems remain unsolved including those... [more] MBE2008-121
pp.143-146
NC 2008-07-15
14:20
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. (Yoshida campus) Tilt-translation ambiguity in a driving simulator
Yoshiro Wada (Nara Medical Univ.), Sei Ikeda (NAIST), Tatsuhisa Hasegawa (Kyoto Univ. Medicine), Jun-ichi Ishida (Nara Medical Univ.), Tomohiro Shibata (NAIST) NC2008-34
To examine the tilt-translation ambiguity induced by the vestibular otolith organs, we measured horizontal and vertical ... [more] NC2008-34
pp.13-18
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