Annette O Nusbaum

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Annette Nusbaum

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology
NYU Radiology Associates

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212/263-5219


Myopia/heavy eye syndrome: A rare cause of horizontal diplopia
Narayana, Kannan M; Nusbaum, Annette; Galetta, Steven L. Myopia/heavy eye syndrome: A rare cause of horizontal diplopia. Neurology. 2015 Aug 25;85(8):737-738 (1742092)

Identification of Endolymphatic Hydrops in Meniere's Disease Utilizing Delayed Postcontrast 3D FLAIR and Fused 3D FLAIR and CISS Color Maps
Hagiwara, Mari; Roland, J Thomas Jr; Wu, Xin; Nusbaum, Annette; Babb, James S; Roehm, Pamela C; Hammerschlag, Paul; Lalwani, Anil K; Fatterpekar, Girish. Identification of Endolymphatic Hydrops in Meniere's Disease Utilizing Delayed Postcontrast 3D FLAIR and Fused 3D FLAIR and CISS Color Maps. Otology & neurotology. 2014 Dec ;35(10):e337-e342 (1259452)

MR Assessment of Oral Cavity Carcinomas
Hagiwara, Mari; Nusbaum, Annette; Schmidt, Brian L. MR Assessment of Oral Cavity Carcinomas. Magnetic resonance imaging clinics of North America. 2012 Jul 3;20(3):473-494 (174404)

Phase II trial of lapatinib in adult and pediatric patients with neurofibromatosis type 2 and progressive vestibular schwannomas
Karajannis, Matthias A; Legault, Genevieve; Hagiwara, Mari; Ballas, Marc S; Brown, Krysten; Nusbaum, Annette O; Hochman, Tsivia; Goldberg, Judith D; Koch, Kevin M; Golfinos, John G; Roland, J Thomas; Allen, Jeffrey C. Phase II trial of lapatinib in adult and pediatric patients with neurofibromatosis type 2 and progressive vestibular schwannomas. Neuro-oncology. 2012 Jul 27;14(9):1163-1170 (175785)

PHASE II TRIAL OF LAPATINIB IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH NEUROFIBROMATOSIS TYPE 2 AND PROGRESSIVE VESTIBULAR SCHWANNOMAS
Legault, Genevieve; Hagiwara, Mari; Ballas, Marc; Brown, Krysten; Vega, Emilio; Nusbaum, Annette; Bloom, Michael; Hochman, Tsivia; Goldberg, Judith; Golfinos, John; Roland, JThomas; Allen, Jeffrey; Karajannis, Matthias. PHASE II TRIAL OF LAPATINIB IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH NEUROFIBROMATOSIS TYPE 2 AND PROGRESSIVE VESTIBULAR SCHWANNOMAS [Meeting Abstract]. Neuro-oncology. 2012 JUN;14:19-19 (1675542)