Andrew J. Kim

TitleClinical Associate Professor of Neurology (Practitioner) (Part-Time)
InstitutionUniversity of Southern California
AddressCHL 4650 Sunset Blvd
Off Campus
Los Angeles CA 90027
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    1. Hur YJ, Kim A, Nordli DR. MRI supersedes ictal EEG when other presurgical data are concordant. Seizure. 2017 Dec; 53:18-22. PMID: 29096165.
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    2. Bansal S, Kim A, Berg AT, Koh S, Laux LC, Nangia S, Millichap JJ, Shaw A, Fisher B, Dezort C, DiPatri AJ, Alden TD, Nordli DR. Seizure Outcomes in Children Following Electrocorticography-Guided Single-Stage Surgical Resection. Pediatr Neurol. 2017 Jun; 71:35-42. PMID: 28483395.
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    3. Kim SH, Korff CM, Kim A, Nordli DR. A practical, simple, and useful method of categorizing interictal EEG features in children. Neurology. 2015 Aug 04; 85(5):471-8. PMID: 26138949; PMCID: PMC4534079.
    4. Kim A, Nangia S, Berg AT, Nordli DR. Interictal attenuation in pediatric electrocorticography can be reliably detected by EEG readers. Epilepsy Res. 2014 Oct; 108(8):1367-77. PMID: 25092051.
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    5. Chou AP, Chowdhury R, Li S, Chen W, Kim A, Piccioni DE, Selfridge JM, Mody RR, Chang S, Lalezari S, Lin J, Sanchez DE, Wilson RW, Garrett MC, Harry B, Mottahedeh J, Nghiemphu PL, Kornblum HI, Mischel PS, Prins RM, Yong WH, Cloughesy T, Nelson SF, Liau LM, Lai A. Identification of retinol binding protein 1 promoter hypermethylation in isocitrate dehydrogenase 1 and 2 mutant gliomas. J Natl Cancer Inst. 2012 Oct 03; 104(19):1458-69. PMID: 22945948; PMCID: PMC3529615.
    6. Kim A, Kuroda MM, Nordli DR. Abruptly attenuated terminal ictal pattern in pediatrics. J Clin Neurophysiol. 2006 Dec; 23(6):532-50. PMID: 17143141.
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