HIDAKA Yuichi

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Faculty of Agriculture Department of Veterinary Science Veterinarian surgery course

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Professor

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  • 獣医学 ( 2005.3   山口大学 )

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  • Life Science / Veterinary medical science

 

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  • Usefulness of Computed Tomography for cryptorchidism in bulls

    GODA Yoshimichi, MIZUTANI Shinya, MIZUTANI Yuko, KITAHARA Go, SISWANDI Riki, WAKABAYASHI Kenta, TORISU Shidow, KANEKO Yasuyuki, HIDAKA Yuichi, OSAWA Takeshi, ASANUMA Taketoshi, SATO Reiichiro, SATOH Hiroyuki

    Journal of Veterinary Medical Science   advpub ( 0 )   2022.9

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    DOI: 10.1292/jvms.22-0124

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  • Ultrasonographic evaluation of the caudal vena cava in dogs with right-sided heart disease Reviewed

    Fujioka T., Nakamura K., Minamoto T., Tsuzuki N., Yamaguchi J., Hidaka Y.

    Journal of Veterinary Cardiology   34   80 - 92   2021.4

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    Introduction/objectives: In humans with impaired right-sided cardiac function, the caudal vena cava (CVC) diameter serves as a marker of venous congestion. This study aimed to investigate whether ultrasonographic CVC variables could identify the presence of right-sided congestive heart failure (R-CHF) in dogs with right-sided heart disease (RHD). Animals: Fifty client-owned control dogs and 67 dogs with RHD were enrolled. The dogs with RHD were subdivided into the non-R-CHF (n = 43) and R-CHF (n = 24) groups. Materials and methods: We measured and compared the ultrasonographic CVC variables and echocardiographic variables among the groups. Receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve analysis was performed to calculate the sensitivity and specificity of the variables at optimal cutoff values. Results: We obtained the highest accuracies of the ratio of the shortest diameter (SD) of the minimal CVC area to the aorta diameter (Ao) during inspiration [SD(min)/Ao] and of the ratio of SD(min) to the longest diameter of the minimal CVC area during inspiration [LD(min),SD/LD(min)], with high sensitivities, specificities, and an area under the ROC curve greater than 0.925. Conclusions: In addition to the echocardiographic assessment of right-sided cardiac function, the CVC variables in this study, especially SD(min)/Ao and SD/LD(min), would be useful diagnostic indices for identifying R-CHF in dogs with RHD.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.jvc.2021.01.005

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  • Radiographic diagnosis and surgical management for successful outcomes for osteochondrosis in japanese black calves Reviewed

    Naik M.V., Kirino Y., Uemura R., Kim S., Inoue Y., Hidaka Y.

    Journal of Veterinary Medical Science   83 ( 1 )   151 - 157   2021.1

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    © 2021 The Japanese Society of Veterinary Science. Osteochondrosis (OC) is not well recognized in cattle. Japanese Black (JB) cattle are valued for their beef and studies regarding OC are scarce. Hence, the aim of this study was to retrospectively discuss clinical and radiographical findings, diagnosis and treatment options for OC in JB cattle for successful outcomes. Medical records of 11 calves affected with OC were reviewed, retrospectively. Clinical and radiographic findings, treatment and outcomes and postmortem examination findings were analyzed. All calves had lameness. Stifle (4/14) and tarsal (4/14) were the most affected joints. Subchondral bone lucencies were observed in all joints (14/14) and accompanied with sclerosis (10/14). Radiographic grading was performed in calves. Calves were treated surgically (8/11) or conservatively (1/11). Surgically treated calves were auctioned (5/8). Postmortem examination was performed (2/11). Gross findings revealed ulcerative lesion at articular surface. Histopathologically, cartilage layer was defected at lesion. Inflammation (2/2) and granulation tissue (1/2) was also observed. In conclusion, OC in JB cattle can be diagnosed on the basis of radiography with history and clinical signs in clinical setting. Surgery should be performed in mild cases for successful outcomes. A modified radiographic grading criteria for clinical cases may hold potential in evaluating prognosis and outcomes.

    DOI: 10.1292/jvms.20-0310

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  • Breathing pattern analysis in cattle using infrared thermography and computer vision Reviewed

    Kim S., Hidaka Y.

    Animals   11 ( 1 )   1 - 11   2021.1

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    © 2021 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. Breathing patterns can be considered a vital sign providing health information. Infrared thermography is used to evaluate breathing patterns because it is non-invasive. Our study used not only sequence temperature data but also RGB images to gain breathing patterns in cattle. Mask R-CNN was used to detect the ROI (region of interest, nose) in the cattle RGB images. Mask segmentation from the ROI detection was applied to the corresponding temperature data. Finally, to visualize the breathing pattern, we calculated the temperature values in the ROI by averaging all temperature values in the ROI. The results in this study show 76% accuracy with Mask R-CNN in detecting cattle noses. With respect to the temperature calculation methods, the averaging method showed the most appropriate breathing pattern compared to other methods (maximum temperature in the ROI and integrating all temperature values in the ROI). Finally, we compared the breathing pattern from the averaging method and that from the thermal image observation and found them to be highly correlated (R2 = 0.91). This method is not labor-intensive, can handle big data, and is accurate. In addition, we expect that the characteristics of the method might enable the analysis of temperature data from various angles.

    DOI: 10.3390/ani11010207

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  • Severe Degenerative Changes in Cryptorchid Testes in Japanese Black Cattle Reviewed

    Fuke N., Kitahara G., Ito S., Van Diep N., Ping Teh A.P., Izzati U.Z., Myint O., Hirai T., Torisu S., Kaneko Y., Sato H., Hidaka Y., Osawa T., Yamaguchi R.

    Veterinary Pathology   57 ( 3 )   418 - 426   2020.5

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    © The Author(s) 2020. This is a histopathologic and endocrinologic study of 6 calves diagnosed with cryptorchidism. Cases 1–3 were diagnosed as resembling testicular regression syndrome. In cases 1 and 2, the extracted tissue was a small, firm, gray-white mass, and there was lack of obvious testicular tissue in case 3. Histopathologically, the excised tissue in cases 1–3 was a fibrotic testicular remnant with inflammation, mineralization, hemosiderin-laden macrophages or lipofuscin-laden macrophages, and lack of germ cells and interstitial endocrine cells. These findings were compared with cases 4–6, which were diagnosed as testicular hypoplasia due to cryptorchidism. These cases had small but otherwise grossly unremarkable intra-abdominal testicular tissue and histologically had a few germ cells and sustentacular cells with arrested spermatogenesis and an increase in interstitial endocrine cells. Cases 1–3 had more severe degenerative changes compared with cases 4–6. In case 2, the average diameter of the seminiferous tubules was much smaller than in cases 4–6, and there were few tubule cross sections. Anti-Müllerian hormone (214 pg/ml) was detected in the plasma of case 2. Based on the macroscopic and histopathologic findings as well as endocrinologic profiles, the testicular degeneration in cases 1–3 was considered similar to that of testicular regression syndrome. In this condition, it is thought that a normally developing intra-abdominal testis undergoes degeneration due to heat or a vascular disorder such as torsion.

    DOI: 10.1177/0300985820906891

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  • 獣医腫瘍学テキスト

    廉澤剛他( Role: Joint author ,  外科療法)

    株式会社ファームプレス  2013.3 

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  • A Chitosan-bonded Hydroxyapatite Bone Filling Material

    Ito M, Hidaka Y.( Role: Joint author)

    European Chitin Society  1997.11 

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  • 症例で理解する部位別の血管肉腫 骨 Invited

    日高勇一

    Veterinary Oncology   16   42 - 45   2017.10

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  • 創傷治療の一般原則

    日高勇一

    CLINIC NOTE   139   5 - 7   2017.2

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  • 心タンポナーデ

    日高勇一

    犬と猫の治療ガイド 2015 私はこうしている   128 - 129   2015.9

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  • 犬糸状虫症

    日高勇一

    SA Medicine   15 ( 6 )   81 - 83   2013.12

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  • 飼い主と獣医師のためのインフォームドコンセントガイド(犬の犬糸状虫症)

    日高勇一

    SA Medicine   15 ( 2 )   66 - 69   2013.4

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  • 上顎尾側の口腔内悪性黒色腫に対し焼灼治療および動注化学療法を併用した犬の2例

    黒田晃平、八木亨樹、土本彩花ほか

    第70回九州地区獣医師大会(小動物)  2021.10.22 

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    Event date: 2021.10.22 - 2021.10.31

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  • 小脳に発生したラブライド髄膜種の犬の1例

    井上賀之、黒田晃平、水谷真也ほか

    第70回九州地区獣医師大会(小動物) 

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    Event date: 2021.10.22 - 2021.10.31

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  • 両側中手骨骨折癒合不全の黒毛和種子牛1例における外科的治療経験

    Kim Sueun、Naik MV、緒方良彦 他

    日本家畜臨床学会  (Web開催)  日本家畜臨床学会

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    Event date: 2020.11.15 - 2020.11.30

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  • 先天性リンパ水腫と診断した黒毛和種牛の1例

    土本彩花、桐野有美、山内詩乃他

    日本産業動物獣医学会九州地区 

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    Event date: 2019.11.8

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  • 環椎、軸椎の形態異常に伴う四肢不全麻痺を呈した猫1例に対する外科的治験例

    井上賀之、土本彩花、水谷真也他

    日本小動物獣医学会九州地区 

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  • 日本産業動物獣医学会 九州地区獣医師会連合会長賞

    2019.11   日本産業動物獣医学会 九州地区   内固定および外固定を併用して治療した踵骨骨折の黒毛和種子牛の1例

    井上賀之、加藤梨帆、茂木 渉他

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    Award type:Award from Japanese society, conference, symposium, etc.  Country:Japan

  • 日本小動物獣医学会九州地区 フレッシャーアワード

    2019.11   日本小動物獣医学会九州地区   環椎、軸椎の形態異常に伴う四肢不全麻痺を呈した猫1例に対する外科的治験例

    井上賀之, 土本彩花,水谷真也他

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  • 平成30年度日本獣医師会獣医学術賞 「獣医学術学会賞」

    2019.2   日本獣医師会   腹腔鏡で視認した牛の立位時腹腔内潜在精巣の解剖学的位置と腹腔内触診によるアプローチ法の検討

    鳥巣至道他

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  • 日本産業動物獣医学会九州地区連合会長賞

    2017.10   日本産業動物獣医学会九州地区   両側下顎骨開放骨折に対し吻側下顎骨切除術を行った黒毛和種子牛の1例

    西川豪亜、日高勇一、岩本希生ら

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  • 日本産業動物獣医学会九州地区奨励賞

    2016.10   日本獣医産業動物獣医学会九州地区   胸骨の骨髄炎および膿瘍形成がみられた黒毛和種子牛の外科的治験例

    竹島大貴、日高勇一、都築 直、Naik Mrunmayi Vishwanath、上村涼子、中村公香、後藤義孝、澤田淳也

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