His primary scientific interests are in Surgery, Hydrocephalus, Radiation therapy, Glioma and Sick child. His research on Surgery frequently links to adjacent areas such as Cerebrospinal fluid. Harold J. Hoffman has included themes like Occipital lobe, Percutaneous and Craniotomy in his Hydrocephalus study.
His Radiation therapy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Perioperative, Spinal cord, Chemotherapy and Histology. His Glioma study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Magnetic resonance imaging, Brain stem tumor and Neurofibromatosis. His Sick child research integrates issues from Clinical course, Cardiopulmonary bypass, Heart failure and Vein.
Harold J. Hoffman focuses on Surgery, Hydrocephalus, Pathology, Radiology and Pediatrics. Harold J. Hoffman has included themes like Sick child and Cerebrospinal fluid in his Surgery study. His Hydrocephalus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Anesthesia and Shunt.
His research in Pathology focuses on subjects like Epilepsy, which are connected to Central nervous system disease. He does research in Radiology, focusing on Magnetic resonance imaging specifically. His study in Radiation therapy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chemotherapy, Survival rate, Glioma, Biopsy and Spinal cord.
Harold J. Hoffman mostly deals with Surgery, Central nervous system disease, Pathology, Epilepsy and Pediatrics. The various areas that Harold J. Hoffman examines in his Surgery study include Magnetic resonance imaging and Epilepsy surgery. The concepts of his Central nervous system disease study are interwoven with issues in Facial skeleton, Lesion, Electroencephalography and Biopsy, Radiology.
His Pathology research incorporates elements of Surgical resection, Brain stem glioma, Encephalitis and Astrocytoma. His research integrates issues of Corpus callosum, Neurosurgical Procedure and Stereotaxic technique in his study of Epilepsy. His studies deal with areas such as Anemia, Moyamoya disease, Surgical treatment and Regression as well as Pediatrics.
Harold J. Hoffman mainly focuses on Surgery, Pediatrics, Central nervous system disease, Epilepsy surgery and Magnetic resonance imaging. His Surgery study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Hypertelorism. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Good outcome, Moyamoya disease, Anemia and Surgical treatment.
The Central nervous system disease study combines topics in areas such as Facial skeleton, Encephalocele, Basal encephalocele, Facial cleft and rhinorrhea. His research in Epilepsy surgery intersects with topics in Stroke, Mortality rate, Radiosurgery and Embolization. He interconnects Hydrocephalus, Vascular disease, Craniotomy, Chart review and Hematoma in the investigation of issues within Magnetic resonance imaging.
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Aggressive surgical management of craniopharyngiomas in children
Hoffman Hj;De Silva M;Humphreys Rp;Drake Jm.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1992)
Mechanical complications in shunts
C. Sainte-Rose;J.H. Piatt;D. Renier;A. Pierre-Kahn.
Pediatric Neurosurgery (1991)
INTRACRANIAL GERM-CELL TUMORS IN CHILDREN
H J Hoffman;H Otsubo;E B Hendrick;R P Humphreys.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1991)
Medulloblastoma: clinical presentation and management Experience at the Hospital For Sick Children, Toronto, 1950-1980
Park Ts;Hoffman Hj;Hendrick Eb;Humphreys Rp.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1983)
The tethered spinal cord: its protean manifestations, diagnosis and surgical correction
Harold J. Hoffman;Bruce Hendrick;Robin P. Humphreys.
Pediatric Neurosurgery (1976)
Infratentorial ependymomas in childhood: prognostic factors and treatment.
G B Nazar;H J Hoffman;L E Becker;D Jenkin.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1990)
Management of lipomyelomeningoceles. Experience at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto.
H J Hoffman;C Taecholarn;E B Hendrick;R P Humphreys.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1985)
The Intelligence of Hydrocephalic Children
Maureen Dennis;Charles R. Fitz;Charles T. Netley;Judith Sugar.
JAMA Neurology (1981)
Cerebrospinal fluid shunt infection Influences on initial management and subsequent outcome
B C Walters;H J Hoffman;E B Hendrick;R P Humphreys.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1984)
Tonsillar herniation: the rule rather than the exception after lumboperitoneal shunting in the pediatric population
P D Chumas;D C Armstrong;J M Drake;A V Kulkarni.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1993)
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