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Prof. Arthur D. Rosen
School of Medicine

Indiana Univ., USA

Professor of Neurology


Email : rosena@purdue.edu


Qualifications

1956-1960 M.O., State University of N.Y., USA

1952-1955 B.A., Columbia University, USA


Publications (Selected)

  1. Vastola, E.F. and Rosen, A.D.: Suppression by anticonvulsants of focalelectrical seizures in the neocortex. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol ., t2:327-332,1960.
  2. Vastola, E.F. and Rosen, A.D.: Effect of seizures in visual cortex on response to geniculate stimulation. Amer. J. Physiol., 199:683-687, 1960.
  3. Rosen, A.D. and Vastola, E.F.: Modulation of cortical activity by the lateral geniculate body. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol., 15:839-848, 1963.
  4. Vastola, E.F. and Rosen, A.D.: Unit activity during polarization of the optic tract and lateral geniculate body. Amer. J. Physiol.,206:140t-1407, t964.
  5. Rosen, A.D. and Vastola, E.F.: Unit signs of visual cortex modulation by the lateral geniculate body. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol.,20:38-43, 1966.
  6. Rosen, A.D. and Gold, S.R.: An inexpensive pressure injector, Surgery, 60:340-342, L966.
  7. Vastola, E.F., Homan, R. and Rosen, A.D.: Inhibition of focal seizures by moderate hypothermia: A clinical and experimental study. Arch. Neurol., 20:430-439, 1969.
  8. Rosen, A.D., Berenyi, K.J. and Laurenceau, V.: Intention myoclonus diazepam and phenobarbital treatment. JAMA, 209:772-773, 1969.
  9. Rosen, A.D. and Vastola, E.F.: Corticofugal antidromic activity in epileptogenic foci. Trans. ANA, 96:297-298, L97L.
  10. Rosen, A.D. and Vastola, E.F.: Lateral geniculate body response to  variable  stimulus frequ€HClr Exp; Neurol., 38:185-191, 1973.
  11. Rosen, A.D., Vastola, E.F. and Hildebrand, Z.J.M.: Visual radiation  activity    during a cortical penicillin spike. Exp. Neurol ., 40:1-11, t973.
  12. Rosen, A.D., Lubowsky, J. and Vastola, E.F.: Geniculate interactions with a  penicillin discharge in visual cortex. Exp. Neurol ., 40:12-22, L973.
  13. Rosen, A.D.: Innervation of the hand: An electromyographic study. EMG  Clin. Neurophysiol., 13 :L75-t78, t973.
  14. Peress, N. and Roser, A.: Clinical neuropathological conference. Dis. Nerv.  Syst., 34:392-395, L973.
  15. Rosen, A.D.: A thermoelectric probe for focal cortical hypothermia. EEG  Clin. Neurophysiol ., 40:106-108 , L976.
  16. Rosen, A.D.: Influence of association cortex on penicillin discharges in the  primary visual cortex. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol .,4L:57L-579, L976.
  17. Rosen, A.D. and Vastola, E.F.: Clinical effects of cyclophosphamide in  Guillian Barre polyneuritis. J. Neurol. Sci., 30:t79-187, 1976.
  18. Murthy, G.G., Rosen, A.D. and Babu, M.: Huntington's chorea associated  with thyroid dysfunction. N.Y. State J. Med.,77:1322-L324, t977.
  19. Su, p.C., Rosen, A.D. and Peress, N.S.: Orthostatic hypotension of central  neurogenic origin. N.Y.State J. Med.,77:1960-1963, L977.
  20. Rosen, A.D. and Vastola, E.F.: Antidromic activity in the visual radiation  during evoked cortical responses. J. Neurophysiol ., 40:9-15, 1977.
  21. Roseh, A.D.: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: Clinical features and prognosis.  Arch. Neurol., 35:638-642, t978.
  22. 5u, P.C., Su, W. and Rosen, A,D.: Presynaptic and postsynaptic effects of  pancuronium at the neuromuscular junction of the mouse. Anesthesiology, 50: 199-204, 1979.
  23. Rosen, A.D.: Cortical modification of an epileptogenic focus. Epilepsia,  20:387 -393, 979.
  24. Roseh, A.D. and Frumin, N.V.: Focal epileptogenesis following intracortical  hemoglobin injection. Exp. Neurol., 66:277-284, t979.
  25. Rosefl, A.D.: Antidromic influence on lateral geniculate excitability. Brain  Res. Bull., 5:345-348, 1980.