September 05, 2023
Irritable bowel syndrome, male in his 80's - Case report of fecal microbiota transplantation
Summary: Constant accumulation of gas in the abdomen, pressure and dull pain throughout the day. Farting and burping occur frequently, regardless of whether it is before or after meals. Constipation most days, with 5~6 small bowel movements in a day. Abdominal pain after every bowel movement [...].
July 26, 2023
Dysautonomia, Menopausal Disorder, Female in her 40s -Fecal Microflora Transplantation Case Report
Case presentation: Female in her 40s, autonomic ataxia, menopausal disorders Summary After meniscus knee surgery, she has been feeling tense and uncomfortable. She feels well in the morning, but becomes unwell in the afternoon and evening. At night she feels fine. Bowel movements have a feeling of residual bowel movements and are not clear [...].
July 14, 2023
Adjustment disorder, atopic dermatitis, female in her 20's -Case report of fecal microflora transplantation
Case Introduction 20s female, adjustment disorder, atopic dermatitis Summary She wanted to improve constipation, obesity, and atopy, so she requested transplantation. She was unable to stop eating sweet foods, but her bowel movements improved with gradual improvement of her diet. However, as for obesity, weight loss [...].
February 21, 2022
Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Disorders in a Female in her 40s - Fecal Microbiota Transplantation Case Report
Case profile: female in her 40s, autism spectrum disorder, other disorders summary HSP, ADHD tendency. Hypersensitive and fearful since childhood. As an adult, she had mood swings and felt it was difficult to live. Her anxiety and other symptoms disappeared after the first transplant. [...].
December 06, 2021
Irritable Bowel Syndrome in a Male in his 20’s - Fecal Microbiota Transplantation Case Report
Case study: male in his 20s, irritable bowel syndrome summary FMT for irritable bowel syndrome (+SIBO) evaluation and discussion.
October 21, 2021
[Report Vol.5] 5th Annual Meeting: ASD Case Report
Report on the 5th Annual Conference
October 05, 2022
Event] 7th Annual Conference
The 7th Annual Meeting will be held as follows. This year, the conference will be held both on-site and online at the same time. The registration for same-day participation has been closed. Date and time: September 17, 2023 (Sun.) Opening at 11:00 (doors open at 10:30) - Closing at 17:00 [...].
October 05, 2022
The 6th Annual Conference [Report]
The 6th Annual Scientific Meeting, held on Sunday, September 18, 2022, was held simultaneously at the venue and online. It was attended by many people, including medical professionals, general business people, people from research institutions, patients, and the general public. Despite the corona pandemic, everyone [...]
October 28, 2021
The 5th Annual Conference [Report]
The 5th Annual Conference, held on Sunday, September 19, 2021, was again held onsite and online. This year, a smaller venue was used to help prevent the spread of novel coronavirus infections. Medical professionals, general business people, research institutions, [...]
December 08, 2020
The 4th Annual Conference [Report]
The 4th Annual Conference, held on Monday, September 21, 2020, was held onsite and online and onsite in a smaller venue to help prevent the spread of novel coronavirus infection. With the cooperation of the Infection Prevention Initiative [...]
October 04, 2019
Report】The 3rd General Meeting "Letter from Intestinal Bacteria to Humanity" was held.
On September 23, 2019 (Monday, holiday), we held the 3rd General Meeting of the Intestinal Flora Transplantation Clinical Research Society of Japan. A very large number of people gathered for presentations of basic research, case reports, keynote speeches, and enthusiastic discussions. Opening remarks Medical [...].
October 16, 2018
End】The 2nd General Meeting was held.
Thank you very much for your attendance at the 2nd General Meeting held on October 14 (Sun.) in the past. All of us involved would like to express our sincere appreciation. We were pleased to have not only medical professionals but also general business people, people from research institutes, and patients from all over Japan [...].