Gordon H. Baltuch spends much of his time researching Deep brain stimulation, Anesthesia, Randomized controlled trial, Stimulation and Subthalamic nucleus. The Deep brain stimulation study combines topics in areas such as Surgery, Psychophysiology, Central nervous system disease, Neuroscience and Rating scale. His study in Anesthesia is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cranial nerves, Adverse effect, Vagus nerve and Epilepsy.
His Epilepsy study combines topics in areas such as Thalamus, Vagus nerve stimulation and Responsive neurostimulation device. Gordon H. Baltuch studied Stimulation and Depression that intersect with Ventral striatum. His Subthalamic nucleus study incorporates themes from Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Neurocognitive, Prospective cohort study and Physical therapy.
His primary areas of investigation include Deep brain stimulation, Neuroscience, Surgery, Anesthesia and Subthalamic nucleus. His work carried out in the field of Deep brain stimulation brings together such families of science as Essential tremor, Movement disorders, Stimulation and Epilepsy. He has included themes like Randomized controlled trial and Responsive neurostimulation device in his Stimulation study.
His Surgery research focuses on subjects like Fornix, which are linked to Dementia. His Anesthesia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Magnetic resonance imaging and Adverse effect. His Subthalamic nucleus research incorporates elements of Central nervous system disease, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Neurocognitive, Basal ganglia and Physical therapy.
Gordon H. Baltuch mainly focuses on Deep brain stimulation, Stimulation, Internal medicine, Essential tremor and Magnetic resonance imaging. His Deep brain stimulation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fornix, Surgery, Medical record, Dementia and Depression. Gordon H. Baltuch regularly ties together related areas like Epilepsy in his Depression studies.
His Stimulation study is concerned with the larger field of Neuroscience. His studies deal with areas such as Psychiatry and Treatment-resistant depression as well as Internal medicine. His research investigates the connection between Essential tremor and topics such as Thalamotomy that intersect with issues in Expert consensus, Medical physics and Functional neurosurgery.
Gordon H. Baltuch mainly investigates Dementia, Deep brain stimulation, Fornix, Adverse effect and Stimulation. As part of his studies on Dementia, he often connects relevant areas like Surgery. Gordon H. Baltuch interconnects Clinical trial, Cognition and Cohort in the investigation of issues within Surgery.
His Adverse effect research includes elements of Neuromodulation, Perioperative, Alzheimer dementia and Stereotaxic technique. Gordon H. Baltuch has researched Stimulation in several fields, including Safety profile, Anesthesia, Dysfunctional family and Phases of clinical research.
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Electrical stimulation of the anterior nucleus of thalamus for treatment of refractory epilepsy
Robert Fisher;Vicenta Salanova;Thomas Witt;Robert Worth.
Pallidal versus subthalamic deep-brain stimulation for Parkinson's disease.
Kenneth A. Follett;Kenneth A. Follett;Frances M. Weaver;Matthew Stern;Kwan Hur.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2010)
Microglia as mediators of inflammatory and degenerative diseases.
Francisco Gonzalez-Scarano;Gordon Baltuch.
Annual Review of Neuroscience (1999)
Gene delivery of AAV2-neurturin for Parkinson's disease: a double-blind, randomised, controlled trial.
William J Marks;Raymond T Bartus;Joao Siffert;Charles S Davis.
Lancet Neurology (2010)
High‐frequency oscillations and seizure generation in neocortical epilepsy
Greg A. Worrell;Landi Parish;Stephen D. Cranstoun;Rachel Jonas.
Long-term efficacy and safety of thalamic stimulation for drug-resistant partial epilepsy
Vicenta Salanova;Thomas Witt;Robert Worth;Thomas R. Henry.
Electrical stimulation of the anterior nucleus of the thalamus for the treatment of intractable epilepsy.
John F. Kerrigan;Brian Litt;Robert S. Fisher;Stephen Cranstoun.
Randomized trial of deep brain stimulation for Parkinson disease: thirty-six-month outcomes.
Frances M. Weaver;Frances M. Weaver;Kenneth A. Follett;Matthew B. Stern;Matthew B. Stern;Ping Luo.
A Randomized Sham-Controlled Trial of Deep Brain Stimulation of the Ventral Capsule/Ventral Striatum for Chronic Treatment-Resistant Depression
Darin D. Dougherty;Ali R. Rezai;Linda L. Carpenter;Robert H. Howland.
Biological Psychiatry (2015)
Subthalamic deep brain stimulation with a constant-current device in Parkinson's disease: an open-label randomised controlled trial.
Michael S. Okun;Bruno V. Gallo;George Mandybur;Jonathan Jagid.
Lancet Neurology (2012)
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