(Last updated : 2024-03-05 19:17:49)
  遠井 素乃
   Department   School of Medicine(Tokyo Women's Medical University Adachi Medical Center), School of Medicine  
   Position   Assistant Professor
■ Published papers
1. Original article  Diastolic Dysfunction as a Positive Predictor of Recurrent Vascular Events in Patients With Noncardioembolic Stroke. 2024/03
2. Original article  Association of circulating CD34+ cells level and prognosis after ischemic stroke. 2023/12
3. Original article  Association between total cerebral small vessel disease score and cognitive function in patients with vascular risk factors. 2023/05
4. Original article  Detection of atrial fibrillation and sinus pause in embolic stroke of undetermined sources by chest strap-style 7-day Holter monitoring 2023/05
5. Original article  Association of Age-Related Spontaneous Internal Jugular Vein Reflux with Cognitive Impairment and Incident Dementia. 2023
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. Microembolic signals of Transcranial ]Doppler in Acute Stroke with Active Cancer Patients are associated with D-dimer, CRP level, multiple lesions, and mortality at 3 months.  2023/11/16
2. The investigation on the pathogenesis and treatment of acute stroke in patients with active cancer.  2023/03/17
3. Clinical Outcome of ESUS and Other Stroke Subtypes during the Acute Admission Period and in the Chronic Outpatient Clinic  2020/08/23
4. Ischemic Stroke Due to Varicella Zoster Virus Vasculopathy: Clinical, Laboratory, and Imaging Features  2019/07/05
5. Quantitative regional cerebral flow measured using I123-IMP SPECT and neuropsychological profile in patients with cerebral small vessel disease.  2019/07
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■ Research areas
Neurology (Key Word:stroke) 
■ Awards & honors
1. 2023/11 International Conference STROKE UPDATE 2023 & The 11th Japan-Korea Joint Stroke Conference Oral Presentation Award at ICSU 2023 & 11th JKJSC (Microembolic signals of transcranial doppler in acute stroke with active cancer patients are associated with D-dimer, CRP level, multiple lesions, and mortality at 3 months)
■ Education
1. Faculty of Medicine, Tokyo Women's Medical University, Graduated
2. 2008/03/21
Degree Acquisition
Tokyo Women's Medical University,