TAKESHIMA Hideo

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Faculty of Medicine School of Medicine Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Neurosurgery

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Professor

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  • 医学博士 ( 1989.3   熊本大学 )

  • 医学士 ( 1983.3   熊本大学 )

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  • Life Science / Molecular biology

  • Life Science / Neurosurgery

  • Life Science / Immunology

 

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  • Attempt of quality management seminar for clinical research by visitation in clinical departments at the University of Miyazaki Hospital: results from questionnaire survey Reviewed

    Hitomi Morita, Toshihiko Yanagita, Koichiro Itai, Sosuke Iwae, Koichi Kaikita, Hideo Takeshima

    50 ( suppl. 1 )   s62 - s66   2022.8

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  • Selection of surgical approach for cerebellar hemangioblastomas based on venous drainage patterns

    Watanabe T., Suematsu Y., Saito K., Takeishi G., Yamashita S., Ohta H., Yokogami K., Takeshima H.

    Neurosurgical Review   44 ( 6 )   3567 - 3579   2021.12

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    Cerebellar hemangioblastomas remain surgically challenging because of the narrow, deep surgical corridors and tumor hypervascularity. Various surgical approaches are used according to the location, but optimal approaches have not been established. We propose a system of surgical approaches based on the venous drainage systems to facilitate surgical planning and achieve acceptable neurological outcomes. Cerebellar hemangioblastomas were divided into five types based on the main drainage systems: suboccipital hemangioblastomas draining to the transverse sinus (TS) or torcula, tentorial hemangioblastomas draining to the tentorial sinus or straight sinus, petrosal hemangioblastomas draining to the superior petrosal sinus (SPS), quadrigeminal hemangioblastomas draining to the galenic system, and tonsillar hemangioblastomas draining to the TS or torcula in conjunction with jugular bulb or SPS. Microsurgical approaches and patient outcome were retrospectively reviewed according to this classification. This study included 17 patients who underwent 21 operations for resection of 19 cerebellar hemangioblastomas, classified into 9 suboccipital, 4 tentorial, 2 petrosal, 2 quadrigeminal, and 2 tonsillar. Standard suboccipital craniotomies were utilized for suboccipital hemangioblastomas, the occipital transtentorial approach (OTA), and supracerebellar infratentorial approach for tentorial hemangioblastomas, the retrosigmoid approach for petrosal hemangioblastomas, OTA for quadrigeminal hemangioblastomas, and midline suboccipital approach for tonsillar hemangioblastomas. Gross total resection was achieved in all patients except one. Two patients with large hemangioblastomas (tonsillar and quadrigeminal) required second-stage operation which finally achieved gross total removal. No single approach had a significantly higher incidence of postoperative neurological deficits. Selection of the optimum surgical approach for cerebellar hemangioblastomas was successful based on the main drainage systems. Understanding of tumor growth and extension with respect to the venous drainage system is critical to select the appropriate surgical approach.

    DOI: 10.1007/s10143-021-01544-y

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  • 12p gain is predominantly observed in non-germinomatous germ cell tumors and identifies an unfavorable subgroup of central nervous system germ cell tumors.

    Satomi K, Takami H, Fukushima S, Yamashita S, Matsushita Y, Nakazato Y, Suzuki T, Tanaka S, Mukasa A, Saito N, Kanamori M, Kumabe T, Tominaga T, Kobayashi K, Nagane M, Iuchi T, Yoshimoto K, Tamura K, Maehara T, Sakai K, Sugiyama K, Yokogami K, Takeshima H, Nonaka M, Asai A, Ushijima T, Matsutani M, Nishikawa R, Ichimura K

    Neuro-oncology   2021.10

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  • Microvascular Decompression for Trigeminal Neuralgia: A Prospective, Multicenter Study

    Mizobuchi Y., Nagahiro S., Kondo A., Arita K., Date I., Fujii Y., Fujimaki T., Hanaya R., Hasegawa M., Hatayama T., Inoue T., Kasuya H., Kobayashi M., Kohmura E., Matsushima T., Masuoka J., Morita A., Nishizawa S., Okayama Y., Shigeno T., Shimano H., Takeshima H., Yamakami I.

    Neurosurgery   89 ( 4 )   557 - 564   2021.10

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    BACKGROUND: Microvascular decompression (MVD) is the most effective procedure for the long-term management of trigeminal neuralgia (TGN). However, retrospective and single-center studies are inherently biased, and there are currently no prospective, multicenter studies. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the short- and long-term outcomes and complications in patients with TGN who underwent MVD at specialized Japanese institutions. METHODS: We enrolled patients with TGN who underwent MVD between April 2012 and March 2015. We recorded their facial pain grade and complications at 7 d (short term), 1 yr (mid-term), and 3 yr (long term) postoperatively. RESULTS: There were 166 patients, comprising 60 men and 106 women (mean age 62.7 yr). Furthermore, 105 patients were aged over 60 yr. We conducted neuromonitoring in 84.3% of the cases. The complete pain relief, mortality, and complication rates at the short-term follow-up were 78.9%, 0%, and 16.3%, respectively. Overall, 155 patients (93.4%) completed the long-term follow-up, with the complete pain relief and complication rates of 80.0% and 5.2%, respectively. CONCLUSION: In the hands of experienced neurosurgeons, MVD for TGN can achieve high long-term curative effects. In addition, complications are uncommon and usually transient. Our results indicate that MVD is an effective and safe treatment for patients with TGN, including elderly patients.

    DOI: 10.1093/neuros/nyab229

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  • Glioblastoma mimicking metastatic small cell carcinoma: A case report with ultrastructural findings

    Maekawa K., Tokumitsu T., Noguchi H., Nakamura E., Gi T., Horinouchi S., Yamashita S., Takeshima H., Asada Y., Sato Y.

    Diagnostic Cytopathology   49 ( 8 )   E291 - E296   2021.8

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    It is often straightforward to distinguish glioblastoma (GBM) from metastatic carcinoma by cytology; however, small cell variants of GBM or GBM with primitive neuronal component (GBMPNC) can mimic metastatic small cell carcinoma (SCC). Herein, we report a case of GBMPNC mimicking metastatic SCC and present cytological and ultrastructural findings. A 65-year-old man with memory disturbance was hospitalized. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed the presence of a 6 cm sized tumor in the right anterior temporal lobe. Intraoperative cytology slides indicated that the tumor consisted of small-sized cells with scant cytoplasm showing high cellularity. The initial intraoperative diagnosis was metastatic SCC; however, any primary visceral tumor was not detected clinically. Immunohistochemical and ultrastructural studies of postoperative histological sections revealed that the lesion was GBMPNC. This case shows that some GBMs may have the potential to closely mimic metastatic SCC, which expands the differential diagnosis and emphasizes the importance of clinical correlation.

    DOI: 10.1002/dc.24715

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  • ニュースタンダード脳神経外科

    竹島秀雄、外( Role: Joint author)

    三輪書店  2017 

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  • 病気がみえる Vol.7 脳・神経 第2版

    竹島秀雄、外( Role: Joint author)

    メディックメディア東京  2017 

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  • 病気がみえる Vol.7 脳・神経 第2版

    竹島秀雄、外( Role: Joint author)

    メディックメディア東京  2017 

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  • ニュースタンダード脳神経外科

    竹島秀雄、外( Role: Joint author)

    三輪書店  2017 

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  • 脳腫瘍診療ガイドライン① 成人膠芽腫・成人転移性脳腫瘍・中枢神経系原発悪性リンパ腫

    竹島秀雄、外( Role: Joint author)

    金原出版  2016.7 

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  • Corrigendum to ‘Prosthesis Used in Microvascular Decompressions: A Multicenter Survey in Japan Focusing on Adverse Events’ [World Neurosurgery 130 (2019) e251-e258](S1878875019315943)(10.1016/j.wneu.2019.06.053)

    Hasegawa M., Hatayama T., Kondo A., Nagahiro S., Fujimaki T., Amagasaki K., Arita K., Date I., Fujii Y., Goto T., Hanaya R., Higuchi Y., Hongo K., Inoue T., Kasuya H., Kayama T., Kawashima M., Kohmura E., Maehara T., Matsushima T., Mizobuchi Y., Morita A., Nishizawa S., Noro S., Saito S., Shimano H., Shirane R., Takeshima H., Tanaka Y., Tanabe H., Toda H., Yamakami I., Nishiyama Y., Ohba S., Hirose Y., Suzuki T.

    World Neurosurgery   134   685   2020.2

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    The authors regret in the original article, there were some mistakes in Table 4 as published. The materials used at redo operation and numbers were placed incorrectly. The materials used at redo operation should be in the second column and the number should be in the third column. The corrected Table 4 appears below. [Table presented] The authors would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.wneu.2019.10.081

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  • 脳腫瘍 [特集]化学放射線療法

    竹島秀雄,倉津純一

    Mebio Oncology   2 ( 4 )   12 - 19   2005.4

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  • Expression of interleukin-6 in human craniopharyngiomas: A possible inducer of tumor-associated inflammation

    TAKESHIMA Hideo

    Int J Mol Med   14: 505-509   2004

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  • 悪性脳腫瘍の化学療法

    竹島秀雄,倉津純一

    脳神経外科   31 ( 7 )   725 - 734   2003.7

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  • 専門医に求められる最新の知識,神経線維腫症のupdate 

    竹島秀雄,倉津純一

    脳神経外科速報   13 ( 5 )   499 - 505   2003.5

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  • Microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm associated with vertebralartery: Personal opinionfor choice of the method for VA-decompression. International conference

    Takeshima H

    The 15th Kyushyu and Yong-Honam Neurosurgical Joint Meeting 

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    Event date: 2018.11

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  • 脳卒中とは?

    竹島秀雄

    第10回日本脳卒中協会宮崎県支部市民公開講座 

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    Event date: 2018.5.26

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  • 脳卒中とは?

    竹島秀雄

    第9回日本脳卒中協会宮崎県支部市民公開講座 

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    Event date: 2017.5.27

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  • 視床・視床下部から発生したと考えられるatrypical teratoid/rhabdoid tumor(AT/RT)の一例.

    天達俊博,篠島直樹,三上芳喜,横尾英明,森武浩,竹島秀雄,矢野茂敏

    第125回日本脳神経外科学会九州支部会 

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    Event date: 2017.3.11

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  • Detection of p53 mutation in proliferating vascular cell in glioblastoma multiforme. International conference

    Takeshima H, Kawasoe T, Yamashita S, Yokogami K, Yamasaki K.

    14th Young-Honam and Kyushu neurosurgical joint meeting 

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    Event date: 2016.11.11 - 2016.11.12

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  • 毛様細胞性星細胞腫における増殖血管内皮の起源の解明

    2016.04 - 2019.03

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(C)

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  • 癌幹細胞分化誘導システムを利用した乏突起膠腫の新規分子マーカーの探索

    2008.04 - 2011.03

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(B)

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    乏突起膠腫の特異的分子マーカーを同定するため、癌幹細胞を分化誘導させ、その発現分子の違いから探索する。

  • 悪性グリオーマにおける免疫抑制機構の解明と自殺キメラ分子を用いた腫瘍免疫賦活療法

    2005.04 - 2008.03

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(B)

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    グリオーマ組織中にリンパ球の浸潤が少ないのは、腫瘍の維持する免疫抑制機構が存在するためであるが、これを抑制することで腫瘍免疫を不活化することを目的として、免疫抑制機構の解析を行っている。

  • KIT分子を標的とした中枢神経系胚芽腫の診断と治療法の開発

    2003.04 - 2005.03

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(C)

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    胚腫においてc-kitが高レベルに発現していることより、この分子の髄液中soluble formが上昇していることを明らかにし、新たな腫瘍マーカーとなりうることを示した。また、このリガンドであるSCFの発現もc-kitと同じパターンで見られた。さらに、SCFの髄液中濃度も腫瘍マーカーとなりうる可能性が示唆された。

  • ヒト悪性グリオーマに対するリンパ球指向性ケモカインカクテル療法の開発

    2001.04 - 2003.03

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(C)

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    ヒトグリオーマ組織においてマクロファージの浸潤は著しいものの、腫瘍免疫に重要なリンパ球の浸潤がほとんどないこと着目して、リンパ球の遊走に関わるリンパ球特異的CCケモカインの発現を解析した。すると、CCケモカインは基礎発現レベルは低いものの、LARCと呼ばれるケモカインが高頻度に発現していることが確認された。免疫組織化学的解析においてもLARCの発現の高い腫瘍はリンパ球(CD4, CD8, CD45R0)の浸潤と有意な相関があった。

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