Kyuzi Kamoi

Prof. Kyuzi Kamoi was born August 28, 1943 in Tokyo, Japan. He received his MD in 1970 and his MSD in 1982, both from the Medical School of Niigata University, Niigata, Japan. He has received the following certificates: Japan Medical Diplomat (1970), Japan Board of Diabetes Mellitus (1990), Japan Board of Endocrinology and Metabolism (1991), Certified Diabetes Mellitus Educator (1993), Certified Endocrine Educator (2004). From 1980 to 2010 he was Chief of Internal Medicine, and from 2002 until 2010 the Director of Center of Diabetes Mellitus and Endocrine Disease at Nagaoka Red Cross Hospital, Japan. Since 2010 to the present he has been Professor of Niigata Prefecture University. He is a member of The Japanese Society of Internal Medicine, The Japan Endocrine Society, The Japanese Society of Hypertension, The Japan Society of Hypertension, the Endocrine Society, The American Society of Hypertension, The American Diabetes Association, The International Diabetes Federation and the New York Academy of Science. He has published a total of 200 scientific papers.

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The first chapter of the book reports on the management of Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH)-induced central diabetes insipidus and its associated endocrinological/neurological sequelae in the national survey. The next chapter addresses DI and head injuries. Next, the management of neuroendocrine instability during maintenance of potential organ donors is described. Organ transplants have gradually increased worldwide. To have maintenance of appropriate potential organs, AVP is needed. Furthermore, nephrogenic DI-the potential therapeutic drugs and analysis of membrane protein stability is the topic of the next two chapters, followed by new insights into the diagnosis and management of pregnancy-related DI. The seventh chapter reports on the problems with differential diagnosis in a case of central DI in a female patient with bipolar disorder. The lithium treatment usually resulted in nephrogenic DI. Finally, over the last years, the development of MRI imaging on the pituitary gland with the stalk and hypothalamus has advanced. The final chapter interprets imaging techniques in DI in detail.

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