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145 King of Prussia Road
Radnor, PA 19087
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Jacobs D, Fung K, Cook N, Schalepfer W, Goldberg H, Stecker M: Complex partial status epilepticus associated with anti-Hu paraneoplastic syndrome Journal of the Neurological Sciences 213 : 77-82,2003.
Jacobs D, Markowitz C, Liebskind D, Galetta S: The “double panda sign” in Wilson's disease
Neurology 61 : 969,2003.
Ma S, Shea J, Galetta S, Jacobs D, Markowitz C, Maguire M, , Balcer L: Self-reported visual dysfunction in multiple sclerosis: New data from the VFQ-25 and development of an MS-specific vision questionnaire American Journal of Ophthalmology 133 : 686-692,2002.
Hall J, Jacobs D, Movsas T, Galetta S: Fourth nerve palsy,
homonymous hemianopsia, and hemisensory deficit caused by a proximal posterior cerebral artery aneurysm Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology 22 : 95-98,2002.
Oded G, Moriarty D, Li B, Babb J, He J, Listerud J, Jacobs D, , Markowitz C, Grossman R: Relapsing-remitting Multiple Sclerosis and Whole-Brain N-Acetylaspartate Measurement: Evidence for Different Clinical Cohorts—Initial Observations Radiology 225 : 261-268,2002.
Jacobs D, Galetta S: Orbital inflammatory disease Current Treatment
Options in Neurology
4 : 289-295,2002.
Jacobs D, Galetta S: Diagnosis and management of orbital pseudotumor Current Opinion in Ophthalmology 13 : 347-351,2002.
Jacobs D, Galetta S, Liu G, Nelson P: “Triple A Ball”, Granulomatous
angiitis of the central nervous system and amyloid angiopathy Presented at the 34th Annual Meeting of the Frank B. Walsh Society, Copper Mountain, CO : 2002.
Jacobs D, Lesser R, Mourelatos Z, Galetta S, Balcer L: The Heidenhain variant of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: Clinical, pathologic, and neuroimaging findings Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology 21 : 99-102,2001.
Jacobs D, Galetta S, Shin R, Markowitz C, Judkins A, Nelson, P: “Rapidly Shifting into Third Gear”, A case of tumefactive multiple sclerosis
Presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Frank B. Walsh Society, Ann Arbor, MI
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