Frank Morrell

Affiliations: 
Rush, Rush, NY, United States 
Area:
Neurology, epilepsy, synaptic plasticity
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Bernasconi A, Martinez V, Rosa-Neto P, et al. (2001) Surgical resection for intractable epilepsy in "double cortex" syndrome yields inadequate results. Epilepsia. 42: 1124-9
Morrell F, Kanner AM, de Toledo-Morrell L, et al. (1999) Multiple subpial transection. Advances in Neurology. 81: 259-70
Morrell F, deToledo-Morrell L. (1999) From mirror focus to secondary epileptogenesis in man: an historical review. Advances in Neurology. 81: 11-23
Morrell F, deToledo-Morrell L, Sullivan MP, et al. (1998) Direct intraoperative recordings from the hippocampal formation: relation with quantitative volumetric MRI. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. Supplement. 48: 112-22
Detoledo-Morrell L, Sullivan MP, Morrell F, et al. (1997) Alzheimer's disease: in vivo detection of differential vulnerability of brain regions. Neurobiology of Aging. 18: 463-8
Smiley JF, Morrell F, Mesulam MM. (1997) Cholinergic synapses in human cerebral cortex: an ultrastructural study in serial sections. Experimental Neurology. 144: 361-8
Geinisman Y, Detoledo-Morrell L, Morrell F, et al. (1996) Synapse restructuring associated with the maintenance phase of hippocampal long-term potentiation. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 368: 413-23
Morrell F, Corcos DM, Chen CH, et al. (1996) Quantitative evaluation of the motor deficit after supplementary sensorimotor area resection. Advances in Neurology. 70: 451-9
Wilson RS, Sullivan M, DeToledo-Morrell L, et al. (1996) Association of memory and cognition in Alzheimer's disease with volumetric estimates of temporal lobe structures Neuropsychology. 10: 459-463
Morrell F, Whisler WW, Smith MC, et al. (1995) Landau-Kleffner syndrome. Treatment with subpial intracortical transection. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 118: 1529-46
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