M. H. Naheedy
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Postinfarction seizures. A clinical study.
We retrospectively studied 90 patients with postinfarction seizures to determine the clinical features (onset, number, type), prognosis, and electroencephalographic and computed tomographic findings;… Expand
Intracranial Wegener's granulomatosis
We describe an atypical neurologic presentation of Wegener's granulomatosis (WG) with striking meningeal and cerebral involvement, responding to immunosuppressive therapy. WG may cause treatable… Expand
Incidental pituitary macroadenoma: a population-based study.
- G. M. Nammour, J. Ybarra, M. H. Naheedy, J. Romeo, D. Aron
- The American journal of the medical sciences
- 1 November 1997
Epidemiologic analysis of incidental macroadenoma is limited to autopsy studies and case series. There are no published data about prevalence of incidental pituitary macroadenoma in living patients.… Expand
Spinal stenosis caused by epidural lipomatosis in cushing's syndrome.
- S. Lipson, M. H. Naheedy, M. Kaplan, D. Bienfang
- The New England journal of medicine
- 3 January 1980
CENTRIPETAL fat deposition is a well known clinical feature of excessive endogenous or exogenous adrenal glucocorticoids. We describe an unusual case of central spinal stenosis caused by excessive… Expand
Anomalous branches of the cervical internal carotid artery: two cases of clinical importance.
- F. Littooy, W. Baker, T. C. Field, K. Halstuk, J. Phillips, M. H. Naheedy
- Journal of vascular surgery
- 1 November 1988
Anomalous branches of the cervical portion of the internal carotid artery are rare. Reports in which these anomalous branches are of any clinical importance are even more rare. We are reporting two… Expand
Periventricular white matter changes and dementia. Clinical, neuropsychological, radiological, and pathological correlation.
- S. Gupta, M. H. Naheedy, J. C. Young, M. Ghobrial, F. Rubino, W. Hindo
- Archives of neurology
- 1 June 1988
Forty-three patients with computed tomographic scan findings of decreased attenuation in the periventricular white matter (PVWM) region were studied. Clinical evaluation revealed presence of… Expand
Blow-out fractures of the orbit: a comparison of computed tomography and conventional radiography with anatomical correlation.
Orbital blow-out fractures were experimentally created in eight human cadavers. Each orbit underwent conventional radiographic studies, complex motion tomography, and computed tomographic… Expand
Optic nerve tumors: role of magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography.
- B. Azar-kia, M. H. Naheedy, Dwayne A Elias, M. Mafee, M. Fine
- Radiologic clinics of North America
- 1 May 1987
Localization and pathologic diagnosis of optic nerve tumors have been greatly improved by high resolution computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. Radiologic differentiation of the most… Expand
The relation of retinal artery occlusion and carotid artery stenosis.
We retrospectively studied 46 patients with symptomatic retinal artery occlusion and assessed the pattern and extent of carotid artery disease ipsilateral to the retinal artery occlusion. Ipsilateral… Expand
Torsional, see-saw, 'bow-tie' nystagmus in association with brain stem anomalies
The authors report a patient with syringomyelia, syringobulbia, and the Arnold-Chiari malformation who was noted clinically to have torsional nystagmus. Measurement of the nystagmus using the… Expand