Alexander B Baxter

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Alexander Baxter

Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology
NYU Radiology Associates

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Differentiating shunt-responsive normal pressure hydrocephalus from Alzheimer disease and normal aging: pilot study using automated MRI brain tissue segmentation
Serulle, Yafell; Rusinek, Henry; Kirov, Ivan I; Milch, Hannah; Fieremans, Els; Baxter, Alexander B; McMenamy, John; Jain, Rajan; Wisoff, Jeffrey; Golomb, James; Gonen, Oded; George, Ajax E. Differentiating shunt-responsive normal pressure hydrocephalus from Alzheimer disease and normal aging: pilot study using automated MRI brain tissue segmentation. Journal of neurology. 2014 Aug 1;261(10):1994-2002 (1090402)

Single spiral sweep: Emergency evaluation of the head & face, and head, face & cervical spine
McMenamy J.; Bernstein M.; Baxter A.. Single spiral sweep: Emergency evaluation of the head & face, and head, face & cervical spine [Meeting Abstract]. Emergency radiology. 2011 ;18(6):454-454 (147748)

Potentially life-saving role for temporary endovascular balloon occlusion in atypical mediastinal hematoma
Desai, Muneer; Baxter, Alexander B; Karmy-Jones, Riyad; Borsa, John J. Potentially life-saving role for temporary endovascular balloon occlusion in atypical mediastinal hematoma. American journal of roentgenology (1976). 2002 May ;178(5):1180-1180 (42752)

Radiologic and clinical spectrum of occipital condyle fractures: retrospective review of 107 consecutive fractures in 95 patients
Hanson, Julian A; Deliganis, Anastasia V; Baxter, Alexander B; Cohen, Wendy A; Linnau, Ken F; Wilson, Anthony J; Mann, F A. Radiologic and clinical spectrum of occipital condyle fractures: retrospective review of 107 consecutive fractures in 95 patients. American journal of roentgenology (1976). 2002 May ;178(5):1261-1268 (42751)

Withdrawal of support in intracerebral hemorrhage may lead to self-fulfilling prophecies
Becker KJ; Baxter AB; Cohen WA; Bybee HM; Tirschwell DL; Newell DW; Winn HR; Longstreth WT Jr. Withdrawal of support in intracerebral hemorrhage may lead to self-fulfilling prophecies. Neurology. 2001 Mar 27;56(6):766-772 (42754)