Nabeel A. Herial, MD, MPH

Nabeel A. Herial, MD, MPH

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909 Walnut Street
Second Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-7000

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Patterns and Rates of Supplementary Venous Drainage to the Internal Jugular Veins
  2. Detachable-tip microcatheters for liquid embolization of brain arteriovenous malformations and fistulas: A United States single-center experience
  3. The DeyeCOM sign: Predictive value in acute stroke code evaluations
  4. External lumbar drain: A pragmatic test for prediction of shunt outcomes in idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus
  5. Diagnostic imaging in carotid artery dissection: A case report and review of current modalities
  6. Valproate-induced hyperacute hyperammonemic coma in a patient with hypocarnitinemia
  7. Impact of an acute coronary syndrome pathway in achieving target heart rate and utilization of evidence-based doses of beta-blockers
  8. Impact of oral health in patients with multiple sclerosis and epilepsy: A survey in a neurology clinic
  9. Adverse childhood experiences are associated with migraine and vascular biomarkers
  10. Migraine prophylaxis with topiramate and bone health in women
  11. Cumulative effect of vagus nerve stimulators on intractable seizures observed over a period of 3years
  12. Childhood maltreatment and migraine (part I). Prevalence and adult revictimization: A multicenter headache clinic survey
  13. Childhood maltreatment and migraine (part II). Emotional abuse as a risk factor for headache chronification
  14. Childhood maltreatment and migraine (part III). Association with comorbid pain conditions
  15. Allodynia in migraine: Association with comorbid pain conditions
  16. Migraine and biomarkers of endothelial activation in young women.
  17. Association of von Willebrand factor activity with ACE I\D and MTHFR C677T polymorphisms in migraine
  18. Increasing accuracy of detection of breast cancer with 3-T MRI
  19. History of childhood maltreatment is associated with comorbid depression in women with migraine
  20. Endometriosis is associated with prevalence of comorbid conditions in migraine: CME