József Janszky mainly investigates Quantum mechanics, Coherent states, Epilepsy, Anesthesia and Central nervous system disease. His Coherent states research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quantum state, Phase space, Fock space and Superposition principle. His study in Epilepsy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Alternative medicine and Neurological disorder.
József Janszky combines subjects such as Sleep in non-human animals, Adverse effect, Complication and Age of onset with his study of Anesthesia. Internal medicine, Tonic, Wakefulness and Scalp is closely connected to Temporal lobe in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Central nervous system disease. József Janszky studied Squeezed coherent state and Quantum electrodynamics that intersect with Photon.
József Janszky mainly focuses on Quantum mechanics, Epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, Coherent states and Anesthesia. His Squeezed coherent state, Quantum state, Superposition principle, Quantum teleportation and Quantum optics investigations are all subjects of Quantum mechanics research. His Epilepsy study combines topics in areas such as Pediatrics and Electroencephalography.
His Parkinson's disease research incorporates elements of Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Rating scale. His Coherent states research includes elements of Wigner distribution function and Phase space. He has included themes like Epilepsy surgery and Neurological disorder in his Anesthesia study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Parkinson's disease, Internal medicine, Epilepsy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Quality of life. His study looks at the relationship between Parkinson's disease and fields such as Parkinsonism, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Internal medicine study combines topics in areas such as Gastroenterology, Drug-naïve and Cardiology.
His research in Epilepsy intersects with topics in Neurology and Medical history. The Physical medicine and rehabilitation study combines topics in areas such as Clinical significance, Minimal clinically important difference, Receiver operating characteristic and Rating scale. His Minimal clinically important difference research includes themes of Physical therapy and Ordinal regression.
His primary scientific interests are in Minimal clinically important difference, Receiver operating characteristic, Physical therapy, Clinical psychology and Parkinson's disease. József Janszky has researched Minimal clinically important difference in several fields, including Ordinal regression, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Clinical significance. His study explores the link between Physical medicine and rehabilitation and topics such as Rating scale that cross with problems in Anesthesia, Movement disorders and Prospective cohort study.
His research integrates issues of Epworth Sleepiness Scale, Levodopa, Dyskinesia and Quality of life in his study of Physical therapy. His Clinical psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Temporal lobe and Addiction. The subject of his Parkinson's disease research is within the realm of Internal medicine.
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Temporal lobe epilepsy with hippocampal sclerosis: predictors for long-term surgical outcome
Jozsef Janszky;I. Janszky;R. Schulz;M. Hoppe.
Unstable insertion in the 5′ flanking region of the cystatin B gene is the most common mutation in progressive myoclonus epilepsy type 1, EPM1
Ronald G. Lafreniére;Daniel L. Rochefort;Nathalie Chrétien;Johanna M. Rommens.
Nature Genetics (1997)
Epileptic activity influences the speech organization in medial temporal lobe epilepsy
J. Janszky;H. Jokeit;D. Heinemann;R. Schulz.
Functional organization of the brain with malformations of cortical development.
Jozsef Janszky;Alois Ebner;Bernd Kruse;Markus Mertens.
Annals of Neurology (2003)
Functional MRI Predicts Memory Performance after Right Mesiotemporal Epilepsy Surgery
Jozsef Janszky;Hennric Jokeit;Konstantina Kontopoulou;Markus Mertens.
EEG predicts surgical outcome in lesional frontal lobe epilepsy.
J. Janszky;H. Jokeit;R. Schulz;M. Hoppe.
Left-sided interictal epileptic activity induces shift of language lateralization in temporal lobe epilepsy: an fMRI study.
Jozsef Janszky;Jozsef Janszky;Markus Mertens;Imre Janszky;Imre Janszky;Alois Ebner.
Minimal clinically important difference on the Motor Examination part of MDS-UPDRS
Krisztina Horváth;Zsuzsanna Aschermann;Péter Ács;Gabriella Deli.
Parkinsonism & Related Disorders (2015)
Construction of quantum states of the radiation field by discrete coherent-state superpositions
S. Szabo;P. Adam;J. Janszky;P. Domokos.
Physical Review A (1996)
Multi-modal magnetic resonance imaging in the acute and sub-acute phase of mild traumatic brain injury: Can we see the difference?
Arnold Toth;Noemi Kovacs;Gabor Perlaki;Gergely Orsi.
Journal of Neurotrauma (2013)
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