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Irving Fish

Clinical Professor, Department of Neurology
Neurology

Contact Info

Irving.Fish@nyumc.org

Education

1963-1964 — Victoria General Hospital Halifax, Canada, Internship
1963-1964 — Victoria General Hospital (Rotating), Internship
1964 — Dalhousie University, Medical Education
1964 — Dalhousie University Medical School, Medical Education
1964-1965 — Children's Hospital (Pediatrics), Residency Training
1965-1968 — New York Hospital (Pediatrics & Neurology), Clinical Fellowships
1968-1969 — New York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center, Clinical Fellowships

Asthma and epilepsy: are they related? A retrospective study
Castaneda GY; Heilbroner PL; Shah N; Forem S; Fish I. Asthma and epilepsy: are they related? A retrospective study. Journal of child neurology. 1998 Jun;13(6):283-285 (7526)

Effect of magnesium sulfate on the development of cystic periventricular leukomalacia in preterm infants
FineSmith, R B; Roche, K; Yellin, P B; Walsh, K K; Shen, C; Zeglis, M; Kahn, A; Fish, I. Effect of magnesium sulfate on the development of cystic periventricular leukomalacia in preterm infants. American journal of perinatology. 1997 May;14(5):303-307 (690722)

Analysis of variables associated with preterm birth and their predictive value in periventricular leukomalacia
FineSmith, R; Roche, K; Shah, N; Sirikonda, P; Walsh, K; Shen, C; Yellin, P; Fish, I. Analysis of variables associated with preterm birth and their predictive value in periventricular leukomalacia [Meeting Abstract]. Annals of neurology. 1996 AUG;40(2):141-141 (1570372)

Baclofen in the treatment of polymyoclonus in a patient with Unverricht-Lundborg disease
Awaad Y; Fish I. Baclofen in the treatment of polymyoclonus in a patient with Unverricht-Lundborg disease. Journal of child neurology. 1995 Jan;10(1):68-70 (6571)

Baclofen in the treatment of polymyoclonus and ataxia in a patient with homocystinuria
Awaad Y; Sansaricq C; Moroney J; Fish I; Kyriakakos A; Snyderman SE. Baclofen in the treatment of polymyoclonus and ataxia in a patient with homocystinuria. Journal of child neurology. 1995 Jul;10(4):294-296 (6885)