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Philip Rodgers Dodge, MD, University of Rochester

Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, United States 
Child Neurology
"Philip Dodge"

Together with Sidney Carter (Columbia) and David Clark (Johns Hopkins), one of the primary founders of modern Child Neurology as a subspecialty of Neurology. Under Ray Adams, Dodge was the first Chief of Child Neurology at the MGH from 1956-1967. Many of the most prominent physician-scientists in Child Neurology, including Joseph Volpe, Darryl De Vivo, Hugo Moser and Verne Caviness all trained with Dodge at the MGH or at Washington University School of Medicine, where he served as the Mallinckrodt Chair of Pediatrics from 1967-1986.

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Dodge PR, Scaer M, Holmes SJ, et al. (2001) Psychometric testing in bacterial meningitis: results of a long-term prospective study of infants and children treated between 1973 and 1977. Journal of Child Neurology. 16: 854-7
Dodge PR. (1999) How it began and developed: a brief autobiographical sketch. Journal of Child Neurology. 14: 537-40
Dodge PR. (1994) Neurological sequelae of acute bacterial meningitis. Pediatric Annals. 23: 101-6
Schneiderman H. (1994) Personal experiences with facilitative communication. Journal of Child Neurology. 9: 339-40
Dodge PR. (1993) 3-month-old baby presents in acute renal failure, edematous, and with generalized convulsions. Pediatric Nephrology (Berlin, Germany). 7: 246
Dodge PR. (1993) Ask the expert Pediatric Nephrology. 7: 246
Keating JP, Dodge PR. (1993) In Reply American Journal of Diseases of Children. 147: 933
Dodge PR. (1991) Does raised intracranial pressure cause hypertension, and if so why does this occur? Pediatric Nephrology (Berlin, Germany). 5: 188
Keating JP, Schears GJ, Dodge PR. (1991) Oral water intoxication in infants. An American epidemic. American Journal of Diseases of Children (1960). 145: 985-90
Snedeker JD, Kaplan SL, Dodge PR, et al. (1990) Subdural effusion and its relationship with neurologic sequelae of bacterial meningitis in infancy: a prospective study. Pediatrics. 86: 163-70
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