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Japanese surgeon, born May 1865, Inaba, Tottori.


  • Inada Ryukuchi (1874–1950), Y. Ido, R. Hoki, R. Kaneko, and Hayozo Ito:
    The etiology, mode of infection, and specific therapy of Weil's disease (Spirochaetosis icterohaemorrhagica).
    Journal of Experimental Medicine, Baltimore, 1916, 23: 377–402.
    Preliminary report (in Japanese) in Tokyo Ijishinshi, 1915, No. 1908.
    The authors proved that Sp. (leptospira icterohaemorrhagica is the causal organism in Weil's disease.
  • Ido Yutaka (1881–1919), R. Hoki, H. Ito, and H. Wani:
    The rat as carrier of Spirochaeta icterohaemorrhagica, the causative agent in Weil's disease (Spirochaetosis icterohaemorrhagica).
    Journal of Experimental Medicine, Baltimore, 1917, 26: 341–353.
    Rats shown to be the carriers of Leptospira.
  • Ido Yutaka, H. Ito, and H. Wani:
    Spirochaeta hebdomadis, the causative agent of seven-day fever (nanukayami).
    Journal of Experimental Medicine, Baltimore, 1918, 28: 435–448.
    Discovery of Leptospira hebdomadis, carried by a mouse.

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