Paul S Slosberg, MD
- ASSOCIATE CLINICAL PROFESSOR | Neurology
Dr. Slosberg introduced an effective medical method (instead of surgery) of treating acute brain hemorrhage due to ruptured aneurysm. This work has been confirmed by other investigators at other institutions. He also introduced a medical method of long-term treatment of brain aneurysms. Other investigators have since agreed with these results also. In addition he has introduced an effective medical method of treating giant, unruptured brain aneurysms and another method of treating non-hemorrhagic stroke and cerebrovascular insufficiency. Earlier, prior to the development of CT and MRI scans, he introduced a change in the method of performing pneumoencephalography, which was a major diagnostic test for brain tumors, etc. at that time, but which had a high morbidity. His modifications of the test significantly reduced the complications and discomfort to patients. His results in this, also, were confirmed by other investigators. Dr. Slosberg has lectured in the United States and abroad. He has authored numerous scientific articles and books on neurology with his particular interest in, and research on, treatment and prevention of stroke. He has chaired multiple sessions at International Congresses of Neurology and of Stroke and has been United States Representative of International Panel on Stroke. He has also been Media Consultant on neurologic problems including stroke complications which occurred after artificial heart transplantation; Fellow-Council on Stroke, American Heart Association, and Physician Member of Medical Malpractice Panel, Supreme Court, New York. In his practice, the most advanced technology is utilized including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), magnetic resonance angiography (MRA), computer tomography angiography (CTA) and newer computer tomography (CT) techniques along with adequate time given to history-taking with patients and their examinations.
Slosberg P. Intracranial aneurysms and antihypertension therapy, Letter to the Editor. J Neurosurg 2006; 105: 7-8.
Slosberg P. Formation and enlargement of brain aneurysms; possible prevention of both [abstract]. J Neurol. 2000; 247 (Suppl 3):. 111/133.
Slosberg P. Unexpected results in long-term medically treated ruptured intracranial aneurysm including data on 14 patients followed more than 30 years each. Acta Neurochir (Wien) 1997; 139: 697-705.
Slosberg P. Long-term follow-up of symptomatic, unruptured giant aneurysms treated entirely medically with hypotension. (In Russian, by invitation) . Neurological Bullet 1994; 26: 53-57.
Slosberg P. Effective Medical Neurointensive Care of Ruptured Intracranial Aneurysms. In: Neurology in Europe I. London, 1990, John Libby & Co. Ltd.; pp354-357.
Slosberg P, Drake CG. Senior Citizen with ruptured aneurysm. Viewpoint Neurosurgery 1980 May; 6: 605-606.
Slosberg P. Zero percent mortality due to recurrent hemorrhage in follow-up of medically treated ruptured single intracranial aneurysms: a 23 year study. Trans. Am Neurol Assoc 1979; 104: 180-183.
Slosberg P. Chapter VIII-Non-operative management of ruptured intracranial aneurysms. In: Clin. Neurosurg. Vol 21. Baltimore, 1974, Williams and Wilkins; pp90-99.
Slosberg P. Medical treatment of intracranial aneurysm . Neurology 1960; 10: 1085-1089.
Slosberg P. Hypotensive therapy in acute intracranial bleeding. J. Mt. Sinai Hosp. 1956; 23: 825-831.