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Prof. Dr. med. Soheyl Noachtar

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Dept. of Neurology
Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Klinikum Großhadern
Marchioninistr. 15, 81377 Munich, Germany

Tel. ++ 49 89 4400-73691
Fax ++ 49 89 4400-76691
soheyl.noachtar(at)med.uni-muenchen.de

Publications

 

Klinische Schwerpunkte

 

1. Epilepsie

2. Anfallserkrankungen

3. Schlafstörungen (Restless-Legs-Syndrom, Schlafapnoe, Narkolepsie)

 

Main Research Topics

 

1. Epilepsy: semiology and classification of epileptic seizures, vegetative parameters of epileptic seizures, diagnostic evaluation in epilepsy surgery, imaging in focal epilepsy, analysis of resected epileptic brain specimens, drug studies, cortical inhibition, automated EEG analysis.

2. Sleep disorders: sleep microstructure in narcolepsy, REM sleep behaviour disorders, restless leg syndrome and sleep apnea, receptor imaging in REM sleep behaviour disorder and narcolepsy, analysis of motor activity during sleep, drug studies.

 

Selected Literature

 

1. Lüders HO, Noachtar S. Atlas and classification of electroencephalography. W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2000.

2. Lüders HO, Noachtar S. Atlas of epileptic seizure and syndromes. W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2001.

3. Lüders HO, Noachtar S (eds). The epileptic seizures: pathophysiology and clinical semiology. Churchill Livingstone, New York, 2000.

4. Eisensehr I, Linke R, Noachtar S, Schwarz J, Tatsch K. Reduced striatal dopamine transporters in idiopathic REM sleep behavior disorder: comparison to Parkinson's disease. Brain 2000: 123:1155-1160.

5. Noachtar S, Carrena M, Foldvary N, Lüders HO Seizures and Pseudodseizures. Clin. Neurophysiol 2000; Suppl.53: 259-270.

6. Eisensehr I, Wetter TC, Linke R, Noachtar S, von Lindeiner H, Gildehaus FJ, Trenkwalder C, Tatsch K. Normal IPT and IBZM SPECT in drug-naive and levodopa-treated idiopathic restless legs syndrome. Neurology 2001; 57:1307-1309.

7. Noachtar S. Seizure semiology. In: Lüders HO (ed.). Epilepsy: comprehensive review and case discussions. Martin Dunitz Publishers, London, 2001, 127-140.

8. Noachtar S. Generalized epilepsy and Sleep. In: Dinner DS, Lüders HO (eds.). Epilepsy and sleep. Academic Press, San Diego, 2001, 75-83.

9. Noachtar S. Epidural electrodes. In: Lüders HO, Comair Y (eds.). Epilepsy surgery. 2nd ed., Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, 2001, 585-591.

10.Henkel A, Noachtar S, Pfänder M, Lüders HO. The localizing value of the abdominal aura and its evolution: a MRI and EEG-video study in temporal and extratemporal epilepsies, Neurology 2002; 58:271-276.

11.Jäger L, Werhahn KJ, Hoffmann A, Berthold S, Scholz V, Weber J, Noachtar S, Reiser M. Focal Epileptiform Activity in the Brain: Detection with Spike-related Functional MR Imaging Preliminary Results. Radiology 2002; 223: 860-869.

12.Pfänder M, Arnold S, Henkel A, Weil S, Werhahn KJ, Eisensehr I, Winkler PA, Noachtar S. Clinical features and EEG findings differentiating mesial from neocortical temporal lobe epilepsy. Epileptic Disord 2002; 4: 189-195.

13.Eisensehr I, Linke R, Tatsch K, von Lindeiner H, Kharraz B, Schwarz J, Gildehaus FJ, Eberle R, Pollmaecher T, Schuld A, Noachtar S. Alteration of the striatal dopaminergic system in human narcolepsy. Neurology 2003: 60; 1817-1819.

14.Feddersen B, Bender A, Arnold S, Klopstock T, Noachtar S. Aggressive confusional state as a clinical manifestation of status epilepticus in MELAS. Neurology 2003; 61: 1150-1151.

 

Methods

 

1) Non-invasive and invasive EEG-video-monitoring (UNIX based digital EEG, Vangard System, Cleveland/Ohio)

2) Electrical stimulation of the cortex via invasive electrodes (Grass S88 Stimulator)

3) Neuroscan, Neurovision (digitial EEG and evoked potentials, MES, Martinried)

4) Focus (Windows based digital EEG, Scherg, Munich)

5) Harmony (digital EEG, Stellate, Montreal, Canada)

6) Movement analysis and quantification (SigVsync , Cunha, IEETA, Aveiro, Portugal)

7) Sleep polygraphy (Brain lab, Schwarzer, Munich)

8) Cyclic alternating pattern sleep analysis

9) Polymesam (MAP, Martinsried)

 

Grants

 

University of Munich

European Neurological Society (ENS)

Industry

 

Team Members

 

Physicians: Arnold S, Feddersen B (currently University of Grenoble, France), Henkel A, Mauerer C, Vollmar C, Weil S

Technicians: Grossman R, Klein O, Scherbaum E, Sincini E, Tschakert-Bittkowski R

 

Cooperation with

 

Cunha JPS, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication / IEETA, University of Aveiro, Portugal (sabbatical visiting professor)

Depaulis A, INSERM, University of Grenoble, France

Lüders HO, Dep. of Neurology Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.

Schwaiger M, Dep. of Nuclear Medicine, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany

Tölle TR, Dep. of Neurology, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany

Terzano MG, Dep. of Neurology, Sleep Lab, University of Parma, Italy

Dr. Alejandro de Marinis, Dr. C. Krebs, Clinical Alemana, Santiago de Chile, Chile (Famulaturen, Hospitationen, PJ möglich)

 

recent Seminars

 

3. Epilepsie Seminar Eibsee 9.-10.1.2004

Seminar on Epilepsy in Women 18.2.2004

Epilepsy Seminar Munich-Marburg 24.4.2004

3. Epilepsy Seminar Kloster Seeon 9.-10.7.2004

4. Epilepsy Seminar Kloster Seeon 6.11.2004

3. University of Munich Epilepsy Course 24.-26-6-2005
Program, Registration

 
 

Anschrift

Neurologische Klinik und Poliklinik & Deutsches Schwindel- und Gleichgewichtszentrum DSGZ
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Klinikum Großhadern, Marchioninistraße 15
D-81377 München

Direktorin:
Univ.Prof. Dr. med. Marianne Dieterich, FANA, FEAN
direktion.neurologie
(at)med.uni-muenchen.de

Telefonzentrale
Tel. (089) 4400-0