Norman S. Namerow, M.D.

Titles

Clinical Professor, Pediatric Neurology
Member, Brain Research Institute

Awards and Honors:

UCLA School of Medicine UCLA School of Medicine West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Med Ctr UCLA School of Medicine

Contact Information

Email
nsnamerow@mac.com
Phone
Work Phone Number: 800-825-9989
Address
Mailing Address: UCLA NeuroBOX 956979, Ste 425, 100 Medl Los Angeles, CA 90095UNITED STATES

Publications:

Satz P, Forney D L, Zaucha K, Asarnow R R, Light R, McCleary C, Levin H, Kelly D, Bergsneider M, Hovda D, Martin N, Namerow N, Becker D   Depression, cognition, and functional correlates of recovery outcome after traumatic brain injury Brain injury : [BI], 1998; 12(7): 537-53.
Satz P, Zaucha K, Forney D L, McCleary C, Asarnow R F, Light R, Levin H, Kelly D, Bergsneider M, Hovda D, Martin N, Caron M J, Namerow N, Becker D   Neuropsychological, psychosocial and vocational correlates of the Glasgow Outcome Scale at 6 months post-injury: a study of moderate to severe traumatic brain injury patients Brain injury : [BI], 1998; 12(7): 555-67.
McCleary C, Satz P, Forney D, Light R, Zaucha K, Asarnow R, Namerow N   Depression after traumatic brain injury as a function of Glasgow Outcome Score Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology, 1998; 20(2): 270-9.
Pontón M O, Satz P, Herrera L, Ortiz F, Urrutia C P, Young R, D'Elia L F, Furst C J, Namerow N   Normative data stratified by age and education for the Neuropsychological Screening Battery for Hispanics (NeSBHIS): Initial report Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS, 1996; 2(2): 96-104.
Bamford C R, Montgomery E B, Muñoz J E, Stumpf C, Pry S, Namerow N S   Postpolio syndrome--response to deprenyl (selegiline) The International journal of neuroscience, 1996; 71(1-4): 183-8.
Namerow N S   Cognitive and behavioral aspects of brain-injury rehabilitation Neurologic clinics, 1987; 5(4): 569-83.
Nuwer M R, Visscher B R, Packwood J W, Namerow N S   Evoked potential testing in relatives of multiple sclerosis patients Annals of neurology, 1985; 18(1): 30-4.
Nuwer M R, Namerow N S   Somatosensory evoked potential testing in multiple sclerosis Advances in neurology, 1981; 31(1): 183-99.
Namerow N S, Campion D S, Bluestone R, Cracchiolo A   Peripheral nerve entrapments The Western journal of medicine, 1977; 127(4): 299-313.
Sclabassi R J, Namerow N S, Enns N F   Somatosensory response to stimulus trains in patients with multiple sclerosis Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology, 1974; 37(1): 23-33.
Namerow N S, Sclabassi R J, Enns N F   Somatosensory responses to stimulus trains: normative data Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology, 1974; 37(1): 11-21.
Namerow N S, Enns N   Visual evoked responses in patients with multiple sclerosis Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry, 1972; 35(6): 829-33.
Naito S, Namerow N, Mickey M R, Terasaki P I   Multiple sclerosis: association with HL-A3 Tissue antigens, 1972; 2(1): 1-4.
Namerow N S   Treatment of multiple sclerosis California medicine, 1972; 117(5): 60.
Namerow N S   Temperature effect on critical flicker fusion in multiple sclerosis Archives of neurology, 1971; 25(3): 269-75.
Namerow N S, Etemadi A   The orbicularis oculi reflex in multiple sclerosis Neurology, 1970; 20(12): 1200-3.
Namerow N S   Somatosensory recovery functions in multiple sclerosis patients Neurology, 1970; 20(8): 813-7.
Rose A S, Kuzma J W, Kurtzke J F, Namerow N S, Sibley W A, Tourtellotte W W   Cooperative study in the evaluation of therapy in multiple sclerosis. ACTH vs. placebo--final report Neurology, 1970; 20(5): 1-59.
Heuser G, Crandall P H, Hanley J, Kales A, Namerow N S, Ornitz E M, Rand R W, Rickles W H, Ritvo E R, Walter R D   Clinical neurophysiology. Newer diagnostic and therapeutic methods in neurological disease and behavior disorders Annals of internal medicine, 1969; 71(3): 619-45.
Namerow N S, Thompson L R   Plaques, symptoms, and the remitting course of multiple sclerosis Neurology, 1969; 19(8): 765-74.
Namerow N S   Somatosensory evoked responses following cervical cordotomy Bulletin of the Los Angeles neurological societies, 1969; 34(3): 184-8.
Kuzma J W, Namerow N S, Tourtellotte W W, Sibley W A, Kurtzke J F, Rose A S, Dixon W J   An assessment of the reliability of three methods used in evaluating the status of multiple sclerosis patients Journal of chronic diseases, 1969; 21(11): 803-14.
Namerow N S, Kappl J J   Conduction in demyelinated axons--a simplified model The Bulletin of mathematical biophysics, 1969; 31(1): 9-23.
Kollar E J, Namerow N, Pasnau R O, Naitoh P   Neurological findings during prolonged sleep deprivation Neurology, 1968; 18(9): 836-40.
Namerow N S   Circadian temperature rhythm and vision in multiple sclerosis Neurology, 1968; 18(5): 417-22.
Namerow N S   Somatosensory evoked responses in multiple sclerosis Bulletin of the Los Angeles neurological societies, 1968; 33(2): 74-81.
Namerow N S   A discussion concerning physical trauma in multiple sclerosis Bulletin of the Los Angeles neurological societies, 1967; 32(2): 117-24.
MELLINKOFF S M, KONIGSMARK B, NAMEROW N, RRANKLAND M   The effect of diet upon acute hydralazine toxicity in white rats The Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine, 1958; 51(6): 867-72.