Johannes Schramm mostly deals with Epilepsy, Surgery, Temporal lobe, Epilepsy surgery and Central nervous system disease. His Epilepsy research includes elements of Pediatrics, Human brain and Pathology. His Surgery study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Anesthesia, Magnetic resonance imaging and Verbal memory.
His work carried out in the field of Temporal lobe brings together such families of science as Hippocampal formation, Ictal and Hippocampus. His Epilepsy surgery research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hemispherectomy, El Niño, Randomized controlled trial and Verbal learning. The Central nervous system disease study combines topics in areas such as Motor Deficit, Paresis, Complication, Surgical treatment and Histopathology.
His primary scientific interests are in Surgery, Epilepsy, Temporal lobe, Epilepsy surgery and Anesthesia. The study of Surgery is intertwined with the study of Magnetic resonance imaging in a number of ways. His biological study deals with issues like Hippocampal formation, which deal with fields such as Hippocampus.
His Temporal lobe research incorporates elements of Endocrinology and Internal medicine. Johannes Schramm applies his multidisciplinary studies on Epilepsy surgery and Amygdalohippocampectomy in his research. He does research in Anesthesia, focusing on Somatosensory evoked potential specifically.
Johannes Schramm spends much of his time researching Surgery, Epilepsy, Epilepsy surgery, Neurosurgery and Temporal lobe. In his articles, Johannes Schramm combines various disciplines, including Surgery and In patient. His study in Epilepsy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hippocampal formation, Pediatrics and Neuropsychology.
His studies deal with areas such as Verbal memory, Cognition, Anesthesia and Hemispherectomy as well as Epilepsy surgery. His work focuses on many connections between Neurosurgery and other disciplines, such as Neuroradiology, that overlap with his field of interest in Interventional radiology. Johannes Schramm has researched Temporal lobe in several fields, including Astrocytoma, Magnetic resonance imaging and Cohort, Pathology.
His main research concerns Glioma, Epilepsy, Surgery, Epilepsy surgery and Cancer research. Johannes Schramm combines subjects such as Oncology, Internal medicine, Genetic association and IDH1 with his study of Glioma. His Epilepsy research includes themes of Magnetic resonance imaging and Pathology.
Many of his research projects under Surgery are closely connected to In patient and Recurrent laryngeal nerve with In patient and Recurrent laryngeal nerve, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Epilepsy surgery study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Pediatrics and Gerstmann syndrome. Johannes Schramm works mostly in the field of Temporal lobe, limiting it down to topics relating to Hippocampal formation and, in certain cases, Hippocampus.
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Correction: Author Correction: Integrated genomic analyses of de novo pathways underlying atypical meningiomas
Akdes Serin Harmancı;Mark W. Youngblood;Victoria E. Clark;Süleyman Coşkun.
Nature Communications (2018)
DNA methylation-based classification of central nervous system tumours
David Capper;David Capper;David Capper;David T. W. Jones;Martin Sill;Volker Hovestadt.
Genome-wide association study identifies five susceptibility loci for glioma
Sanjay Shete;Fay J. Hosking;Lindsay B. Robertson;Sara E. Dobbins.
Nature Genetics (2009)
Molecular Predictors of Progression-Free and Overall Survival in Patients With Newly Diagnosed Glioblastoma: A Prospective Translational Study of the German Glioma Network
Michael Weller;Jörg Felsberg;Christian Hartmann;Hilmar Berger.
Journal of Clinical Oncology (2009)
Modification of cortical stimulation for motor evoked potentials under general anesthesia: technical description.
Makoto Taniguchi;Cornelia Cedzich;Johannes Schramm.
PTEN mutations in gliomas and glioneuronal tumors
Eva Maria Duerr;Britta Rollbrocker;Yutaka Hayashi;Nils Peters.
Histopathological Findings in Brain Tissue Obtained during Epilepsy Surgery.
Blumcke I;Spreafico R;Haaker G;Coras R.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2017)
The Spectrum of Long-term Epilepsy-associated Tumors : Long-term Seizure and Tumor Outcome and Neurosurgical Aspects
Cordelia Luyken;Ingmar Blümcke;Rolf Fimmers;Horst Urbach.
Prognostic factors and outcome after different types of resection for temporal lobe epilepsy.
Hans Clusmann;Johannes Schramm;Thomas Kral;Christoph Helmstaedter.
Journal of Neurosurgery (2002)
Shared allelic losses on chromosomes 1p and 19q suggest a common origin of oligodendroglioma and oligoastrocytoma
Jürgen A. Kraus;Jens Koopmann;Peter Kaskel;David Maintz.
Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology (1995)
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