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Division of Surgical Pathology

 
Subject Division of Surgical Pathology
Staff

Associate Professor Eiichi Konishi, Tetsuya Imura

Lecturer Mitsuo Kishimoto,Aya Miyagawa

Assistant Professor Ayako Nishimura,Yukiko Morinaga

Research Contents
 The purpose of our department is a contribution to the patient's therapy. We perform the morphological investigation of surgical materials to find out the new criteria for surgical pathology, such as prognostic factor, etc. We usually cowork with other clinical departments in the research projects.
 
1. Gastrointestinal Pathology 
Pancreatic cancer (including cell biology)
Gallbladder cancer (including etiological study)
Colon cancer (including geographic study)
Gastric cancer (including geographic study)
 
2. Breast Pathology
Breast cancer and chemotherapy
 
3. Urological Pathology
Prostatic cancer (prognosis and histologic subtype)
 
4. Transplantation Pathology
Pathology of liver and renal transplantation
 
5. Bone and Soft Tissue Tumor Pathology
Bone tumor pathology
Achievements

1.      Yoshida Naohisa, Inoue Ken, Yasuda Ritsu, Hirose Ryohei, Kohi Osamu, Naito Yuji, Murakami Takaaki, Inada Yutaka, Ogiso Kiyoshi, Morinaga Yukiko, Kishimoto Mitsuo, Konishi Eiichi, Itoh Yoshito. High Enhancement Settings for White Light Observation Improves Colorectal Polyp Visibility in Color Difference Value and an Endoscopist's Visibility. Digestion. 18: 1-9, 2018

2.      Fujita Y, Kishimoto M, Dohi O, Kamada K, Majima A, Kimura-Tsuchiya R, Yagi N, Konishi H, Naito Y, Harada Y, Tanaka H, Konishi E, Sugai T, Yanagisawa A.. How to adjust endoscopic findings to histopathological findings of the stomach: a histopathology-oriented correspondence method helps to understand endoscopic findings. Gastric Cancer. 21 (3) 573-577, 2018

3.      Nishimura Ayako, Masuzawa Naoko, Nakamura Tsukasa, Harada Shumpei, Nobori Shuji, Ushigome Hidetaka, Yoshimura Norio, Konishi Eiichi.. Clinicopathological and immunohistochemical analysis of plasma cell-rich rejection in renal transplantation: Involvement of intratubular Th1/Th2 balance in plasma cell enrichment. Nephrology. 23 Suppl.2: 52-57, 2018

4.      Kanno A, Masamune A, Hanada K, Maguchi H, Shimizu Y, Ueki T, Hasebe O, Ohtsuka T, Nakamura M, Takenaka M, Kitano M, Kikuyama M, Gabata T, Yoshida K, Sasaki T, Serikawa M, Furukawa T, Yanagisawa A, Shimosegawa T.. Multicenter study of early pancreatic cancer in Japan. Pancreatology. 18 (1) 61-67, 2018

5.      Ogino Shinpei, Konishi Hirotaka, Ichikawa Daisuke, Hamada Junichi, Shoda Katsutoshi, Arita Tomohiro, Komatsu Shuhei, Shiozaki Atsushi, Okamoto Kazuma, Yamazaki Sanae, Yasukawa Satoru, Konishi Eiichi, Osuji Eigo. Detection of fusion gene in cell-free DNA of a gastric synovial sarcoma. world journal of gastroenterology. 24 (8) 949-956, 2018

6.      Nakatsukasa Katsuhiko, Koyama Hiroshi, Ouchi Yoshimi, Ono Hisako, Sakaguchi Kouichi, Matsuda Takayuki, Kato Makoto, Ishikawa Takashi, Yamada Kimito, Yohimura Mana, Koizumi Kei, Sakurai Teruhisa, Shigematsu Hideo, Takahashi Shunji, Taira Shinichiro, Suzuki Masato, Narui Kazutaka, Niikura Naoki,Hasegawa Yoshie, Miura Daishu, Konishi Eiichi, Taguchi Tetsuya, Collaborative Study Group of Scientific Research of the Japanese Breast Cancer Society.. Effect of denosumab on low bone mineral density in postmenopausal Japanese women receiving adjuvant aromatase inhibitors for non-metastatic breast cancer:24-month results. Breast Cancer. 26 (1) 106-112, 2019

7.      Nakatsukasa Katsuhiko, Koyama Hiroshi, Ouchi Yoshimi, Sakaguchi Kouichi, Fujita Yoshifumi, Matsuda Takayuki, Kato Makoto, Konishi Eiichi, Taguchi Tetsuya.. Effects of denosumab on bone mineral density in Japanese women with osteoporosis treated with aromatase inhibitors for breast cancer. Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism. 37 (2) 301-306, 2019

 

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FAX: 81-75-251-5677
e-mail: b_hisyo@koto.kpu-m.ac.jp
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602-8566 Kyoto-shi, Kamigyo-ku Kajii-cho,
Kawaramachi-Hirokoji, JAPAN

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