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PA Noorani, MD

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bio

Professorship: Associate professor, neurology and pediatrics

education and training

  • medical school: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Sind University
  • residency: Resident in Pediatrics, University Medical Center, Jackson, Mississippi
  • fellowship: Indiana University, EEG/Epilepsy, CCTV, University of Cincinnati
  • board certification: Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology in Neurology with special qualification in Child Neurology

publications and presentations

PRESENTATIONS:

  • Research Day Presentation, April 14, 2008 “First case in literature of Alternating Hemiplegia in Childhood with Biotinidase Deficiency”
  • Research Day Presentation, April 14, 2008 “Very Rare Case of Fishman Syndrome: Research Day, April 2007 “Presentation of rare single case in Literature of Multiple Mitochondrial Disorder Consist of MELAS, MERF, Auditory Neuropathy, Kern-Sayre and Hypothyroidism Disorder”
  • Guest Speaker, Tourette Syndrome Association Chapter Meeting, Shreveport, Louisiana, February 4, 1995.
  • Guest Speaker, Neurofibromatosis Chapter Meeting, Shreveport, Louisiana, December 10, 1994.
  • “Congenital Subdural Effusion.” Southern Child Neurology Society; New Orleans, Louisiana, 1982.
  • “Colpocephaly.” Child Neurology Society, Boston, Massachusetts, 1986.
  • “Benign Subdural Collections: A Cause of Macrocrania in Infancy.” American Academy of Neurology, New York, New York, 1987.
  • “Parainflammatory Demyelinating Leukoencephalopathy of Childhood: Clinical and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.” Child Neurology Society, San Diego, California, 1987.
  • “Intravenous Midazolam Suppression of Pentylenetetrazol Induced Epileptogenic Activity in a Porcine Model.” Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Meeting, 1989.
  • “Walker-Warburg Syndrome and Dystrophin.” Southern Child Neurology Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1984.

ABSTRACTS:

  • “Colpocephaly.” Annals of Neurology. Vol 20, No. 3, 1987; p. 445.
  • “Benign Subdural Collections: A Cause of Macrocrania in Infancy.” Neurology. Vol 37, No 3, March 1987; p. 432.
  • “Parainflammatory Demyelinating Leukoencephalopathy of Childhood: Clinical and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings.” Annals of Neurology. Vol 37, No 3, September 1987; p. 432.
  • “Intravenous Midazolam Suppression of Pentylenetetrazol Induced Epileptogenic Activity in a Porcine Model.” Critical Care Medicine. April 1989; p. S118.

PUBLICATIONS:

  • Noorani PA, et al “Colpocephaly.” Child Neurology Journal, Vol 3, April 1988; pp. 100-104.
  • Noorani PA, et al “Benign Extracerebral Fluid Collections: A Cause of Macrocrania in Infancy.” Pediatric Neurology, Vol 3, July 1987; pp. 218-221.
  • Noorani PA, et al “Infantile Botulism.” Southern Medical Journal, Vol 81, April 1988; pp. 457-460.
  • Noorani PA, et al “Intravenous Midazolam Suppression of Pentylenetetrazol Induced Epileptogenic Activity in a Porcine Model.” Critical Care Medicine Journal, Vol 18, No 3, March 1990; pp 313-316.
  • Noorani PA, et al “Cerebral White Matter Changes in Suggesting Leukodystrophy in Ataxia Telangiectasia.” Journal of Child Neurology. Vol 9, January 1994; pp. 31 – 35.

get to know me

I chose my specialty because...

neurology is an exciting field and I love the challenges this specialty brings. It is an ever evolving specialty and I enjoy caring for kids with complex neurological problems.


I chose to work at Dayton Children's because...

I love the positive work environment and the staff all truly care about the patient we treat here daily.


Dayton Children's is special because...

it is the culture, dedication and commitment that each person has to care for the kids in our community.


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