Pediatr Surg Int (2009) 25:307–308 DOI 10.1007/s00383-009-2338-6 OB ITU A R Y Takeshi Miyano Published online: 3 March 2009 Springer-Verlag 2009 Professor in 1953, and 7 years later became Associate Professor in 1960. During this period, he spent 9 months (1959–1960) abroad at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania under the tutorage of Vice-Admiral Professor Charles Everett Koop, to thoroughly study pediatric surgery. In 1963, Dr. Kasai became the Professor and Chief of the 2nd Department of Surgery at Tohoku University School of Medicine, and in 1981 he was made the Director of Tohoku University Hospital, a position he held for 6 years until retiring as the Hospital Director, as well as the Department of Surgery’s Professor, in 1986, and became the Emeritus Professor of National Tohoku University. Dr. Kasai liked to keep busy and his retirement was short-lived. Immediately after his retirement, he was appointed the Director of NTT Tohoku Hospital, and held that position until he retired in 1993. The renowned surgeon Dr. Morio Kasai, originator of Dr. Kasai’s important contributions to medicine and the famous Kasai operation, was born in Aomori Prefec- pediatric surgery can be seen from the numerous and pres- ture,
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