Jose E. Cavazos, MD PhD
Jose E. Cavazos, MD PhD
Professor of Neurology, Neuroscience & Physiology; Assistant Dean; Univ. of Texas Health San Antonio
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Mossy fiber synaptic reorganization in the epileptic human temporal lobe
T Sutula, G Cascino, J Cavazos, I Parada, L Ramirez
Annals of Neurology: Official Journal of the American Neurological …, 1989
12271989
Synaptic reorganization in the hippocampus induced by abnormal functional activity
T Sutula, XX He, J Cavazos, G Scott
Science 239 (4844), 1147-1150, 1988
9881988
New onset geriatric epilepsy: a randomized study of gabapentin, lamotrigine, and carbamazepine
AJ Rowan, RE Ramsay, JF Collins, F Pryor, KD Boardman, BM Uthman, ...
Neurology 64 (11), 1868-1873, 2005
6082005
Mossy fiber synaptic reorganization induced by kindling: time course of development, progression, and permanence
JE Cavazos, G Golarai, TP Sutula
Journal of Neuroscience 11 (9), 2795-2803, 1991
5911991
Neuronal loss induced in limbic pathways by kindling: evidence for induction of hippocampal sclerosis by repeated brief seizures
JE Cavazos, I Das, TP Sutula
Journal of Neuroscience 14 (5), 3106-3121, 1994
5351994
Magnetic resonance imaging evidence of hippocampal injury after prolonged focal febrile convulsions
KE VanLandingham, ER Heinz, JE Cavazos, DV Lewis
Annals of neurology 43 (4), 413-426, 1998
5051998
Progressive neuronal loss induced by kindling: a possible mechanism for mossy fiber synaptic reorganization and hippocampal sclerosis
STP Cavazos JE
Brain research 527 (1), 1-6, 1990
4341990
Neuro-QOL: brief measures of health-related quality of life for clinical research in neurology
D Cella, JS Lai, CJ Nowinski, D Victorson, A Peterman, D Miller, ...
Neurology 78 (23), 1860-1867, 2012
3222012
The role of synaptic reorganization in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy
JE Cavazos, DJ Cross
Epilepsy & Behavior 8 (3), 483-493, 2006
1382006
Alteration of long-lasting structural and functional effects of kainic acid in the hippocampus by brief treatment with phenobarbital
T Sutula, J Cavazos, G Golarai
Journal of Neuroscience 12 (11), 4173-4187, 1992
1341992
Sprouting and synaptic reorganization in the subiculum and CA1 region of the hippocampus in acute and chronic models of partial-onset epilepsy
JE Cavazos, SM Jones, DJ Cross
Neuroscience 126 (3), 677-688, 2004
1272004
An introduction to epilepsy
EB Bromfield, JE Cavazos, JI Sirven
American Epilepsy Society, 2006
1262006
The impact of epilepsy on health status among younger and older adults
MJV Pugh, LA Copeland, JE Zeber, JA Cramer, ME Amuan, JE Cavazos, ...
Epilepsia 46 (11), 1820-1827, 2005
1182005
Ultrastructural features of sprouted mossy fiber synapses in kindled and kainic acid‐treated rats
JE Cavazos, P Zhang, R Qazi, TP Sutula
Journal of Comparative Neurology 458 (3), 272-292, 2003
1022003
Activation of the dentate gyrus by pentylenetetrazol evoked seizures induces mossy fiber synaptic reorganization
G Golarai, JE Cavazos, TP Sutula
Brain research 593 (2), 257-264, 1992
1021992
Assessing the functional significance of mossy fiber sprouting.
TP Sutula, G Golarai, J Cavazos
Epilepsy research. Supplement 7, 251-259, 1992
911992
Long‐term structural and functional alterations induced in the hippocampus by kindling: implications for memory dysfunction and the development of epilepsy
TP Sutula, JE Cavazos, AR Woodard
Hippocampus 4 (3), 254-258, 1994
831994
Effectiveness of antiepileptic drug combination therapy for partial-onset seizures based on mechanisms of action
JM Margolis, BC Chu, ZJ Wang, R Copher, JE Cavazos
JAMA neurology 71 (8), 985-993, 2014
822014
Septotemporal variation of the supragranular projection of the mossy fiber pathway in the dentate gyrus of normal and kindled rats
JE Cavazos, G Golarai, TP Sutula
Hippocampus 2 (4), 363-372, 1992
801992
Lamotrigine monotherapy compared with carbamazepine, phenytoin, or valproate monotherapy in patients with epilepsy
L Kaminow, JR Schimschock, AE Hammer, A Vuong
Epilepsy & Behavior 4 (6), 659-666, 2003
742003
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