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      Ernst A Rodin

      Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. | Holden Neurosciences Laboratory, Harper Hospital, and Department of Neurology, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. | ...



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      Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.


      Department of Neurology, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA


      Epilepsy Center of Michigan, Detroit, MI U.S.A.

      Department of Neurology, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan


      Department of Neurology, Wayne State University and Epilepsy Center of Michigan, Detroit, Michigan, USA


      Holden Laboratory for Clinical Neurophysiology, Harper-Grace Hospitals, Department of Neurology, Wayne State University, Epilepsy Center of Michigan, Detroit, MI 48201 U.S.A.


      Epilepsy Center of Michigan; Professor, Department of Neurology, Wayne State University; Medical Director, Holden Laboratory for Clinical Neurophysiology, Harper‐Grace Hospital, Detroit, Michigan.


      Epilepsy Center of Michigan 3800 Woodward, 7th Floor Detroit, MI 48201 ADD No. 101 146 (NINCDS Code)


      Department of Anatomy, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan 48201 USA


      Lafayette Clinic, 951 East Lafayette, Detroit, Mich. 48207, USA

      Department of Neurology, Wayne State University, Detroit. Mich. 48201, U.S.A.


      Lafayette Clinic, 951 East Lafayette, Detroit, Michigan 48207


      Epilepsy Center of Michigan and Lafayette Clinic, Detroit, and Computer Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (U.S.A.)


      Neurological Research Division, Lafayette Clinic, Detroit, Mich. 48207, U.S.A.


      Michigan Epilepsy Center and Association, 10 Peterboro Street, Detroit, Michigan 48201; Neurological Research Division, Lafayette Clinic, Detroit, Michigan.


      The Lafayette Clinic, Detroit, Mich. (U.S.A.)


      Neurological Research Division, Lafayette Clinic, Michigan Epilepsy Center and Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich. (U.S.A.)

      Michigan Epilepsy Center, Detroit, Mich. (USA)


      Neurological Research Division, Lafayette Clinic, Michigan Epilepsy Center and Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich. U.S.A.


      Neurological Research Division, Lafayette Clinic and the Department of Neurology, College of Medicine, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich., Michigan Epilepsy Center and Association, Detroit, Mich.


      Animal Behavior Laboratory, Lafayette Clinic, Detroit, Michigan, USA


      Lafayette Clinic, Michigan Epilepsy Center, and Departments of Neurology and Psychiatry, Wayne State University, College of Medicine, Detroit, Mich. U.S.A.


      The Lafayette Clinic and Department of Neurology, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich. USA


      Departments of Psychiatry and Physiology, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Mich., USA



      Ernst A Rodin: Influence Statistics

      Sample of concepts for which Ernst A Rodin is among the top experts in the world.
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      Prominent publications by Ernst A Rodin

      KOL-Index: 6808

      A double-blind study of the anticonvulsant and psychotropic properties of carbamazepine (Tegretol®) was undertaken in 37 hospitalized patients with intractable psychomotor epilepsy. Patients were first stabilized on diphenylhydantoin and phenobarbital, 10 to 15/xg/ml in serum, and then received for two 3-week periods identical capsules containing either carbamazepine first, then placebo, or vice versa. Telemetric EEGs were recorded during each period and routine EEGs weekly; routine ...

      Known for Psychomotor Epilepsy | Carbamazepine Patients | Blind Study | Temporal Lobe | Tonic Clonic
      KOL-Index: 6411

      Electro-clinical correlations during Metrazolor Megimide-induced grand mal seizures were studied in a series of fifty-seven cats. It was found that conventional EEG tracings suggest that earliest and maximal seiaure activity occurs in the cerebral cortex or thalamus, but photographs of the animals' behavior failed to show consistent relationships between any aspect of the conventional EEG and the onset of the behavioral convulsion. When the conventional EEG was eliminated by filters ...

      Known for Seizure Activity | Conventional Eeg | Cerebral Cortex | Frequency Discharges | Behavior Animal
      KOL-Index: 4451

      Photic evoked responses were studied by means of the computer of average transients during induced seizures in 10 epileptic patients and a series of 18 cats. Five patients had grand mal seizures, three “petit mal status”, one a symmetrical tonic seizure of both arms associated with unresponsiveness and one classical petit mal seizures. The visual evoked potential was clearly present in all patients during the non-grand mal seizures. It was suggestively present in three patients during ...

      Known for Evoked Response | Seizure Activity | Tonic Clonic | Epilepsy Absence | Epileptic Patients
      KOL-Index: 4217

      In an attempt to delineate the relative contribution of surface versus deep components in the EEG of patients with 3 per second generalized spike-wave discharges and clinical petit mal seizures, a mathematical method was devised which allows the splitting of the EEG into two major subsystems. It is based on the observation that broad electrical fields tend to represent activity at deeper structures while discrete narrow fields centered at one electrode position tend to be of more ...

      Known for Scalp Eeg | Source Derivation | Deep Generators | Relative Contribution | Mathematical Method
      KOL-Index: 3876

      Photic evoked responses were obtained in twenty normal male and twenty normal female subjects. It was demonstrated that females tend to have larger amplitude evoked responses than males. Intercorrelations of aspects of the evoked response curve with results of the frequency analysis of the EEG background showed highly significant correlations between amplitude of the photic response and energy amount of the EEG. Individuals with large amplitude evoked response curves showed a greater ...

      Known for Evoked Response | Females Males | Amplitude Eeg | Adult Brain | Light Male
      KOL-Index: 3620

      An interdisciplinary research project was initiated for systematic, long-term study of employability prognosis of persons with epilepsy. Neurological, psychological, and occupational status variables were investigated in three groups of epileptics: Employed adults, Unemployed adults, and a Prevocational Group of young persons primarily in the 11th and 12th grades. Preliminary results reported showed significant differences between Unemployed and Employed adult epileptics on a substantial ...

      Known for Persons Epilepsy | Drug Therapy | Psychological Factors | Intelligence Tests | Rehabilitation Vocational
      KOL-Index: 3591

      The results of a study to elicit factors which are associated with an epileptic patient's gaining and keeping employment are presented. Eighty-seven employed patients were compared with 90 unemployed patients on a wide variety of variables. It was found that the employed patients had higher intelligence, less impairment on neuro-psychological tests, less neurological and electroencephalographic abnormalities, and their work history was considerably better than that of the unemployed ...

      Known for Epileptic Patients | Educational Problems | Neuropsychological Tests | Employment Epilepsy | Interpersonal Relations
      KOL-Index: 3339

      The effects of the reference electrode on field changes during generalized spike-wave complexes were studied. Linked ears reference, common average reference and source derivation were compared. Source derivation proved superior to the common average reference because it was not influenced by the 'dipole' effect when large transients are distributed over all the electrodes. Source derivation retained the midfrontal field maximum as previously reported but also showed more frequent ...

      Known for Source Derivation | Wave Complexes | Generalized Spike | Common Average Reference | Electroencephalography Humans
      KOL-Index: 3243

      Intramuscular administration of penicillin G was carried out in a series of 27 chronic cat preparations. In addition to the EEG, the high frequency components of cerebral electrical activity were also recorded from cortical and deep structures. Videotape recordings using split-screen technique allowed correlations of the animal's clinical state with the EEG. The results showed that 'spike-wave' type activity occurred earliest in the cortex. The discharges were also best formed in ...

      Known for Frequency Components | Penicillin Administration | Cerebral Cortex | Thalamus Animals | Activity Cortical
      KOL-Index: 3229

      The electrical fields of spike-wave complexes were plotted with the aid of a microcomputer in patients suffering from petit mal absences. The maximum positivity as well as negativity of the individual complexes was mainly in the frontal areas. While this observation was quite constant among different patients and different seizures within the same patient, the way in which these maxima were reached varied markedly. Even in the most regular patterns, successive spike-wave complexes within ...

      Known for Electrical Fields | Frontal Areas | Absence Female Humans | Spike Wave | Electroencephalography Epilepsy

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      Ernst A Rodin:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichErnst A Rodinhas direct influence:Epilepsy patients,  Source derivation,  Schizophrenic patients,  Valproic acid,  Global field,  Epileptic patients,  Normal subjects,  Evoked responses.

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      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Ernst A Rodin has influence:Antiepileptic drugs,  Sleep deprivation,  Valproic acid,  Temporal lobe epilepsy,  Evoked potentials,  Epileptic patients,  Complex partial seizures.



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