Shahnaz Miri
Shahnaz Miri
Medstar Georgetown University Hospital
Verified email at nih.gov
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α‐synuclein in the inner retina in parkinson disease
I Bodis‐Wollner, PB Kozlowski, S Glazman, S Miri
Annals of neurology 75 (6), 964-966, 2014
1062014
Venturing into the no‐man's land of the retina in Parkinson's disease
I Bodis‐Wollner, S Miri, S Glazman
Movement Disorders 29 (1), 15-22, 2014
542014
Prevalence and associated features of restless legs syndrome in a population of Iranian women during pregnancy
M Vahdat, E Sariri, S Miri, M Rohani, M Kashanian, A Sabet, B Zamani
International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics 123 (1), 46-49, 2013
482013
A combination of retinal morphology and visual electrophysiology testing increases diagnostic yield in Parkinson's disease
S Miri, S Glazman, L Mylin, I Bodis-Wollner
Parkinsonism & related disorders 22, S134-S137, 2016
402016
The avascular zone and neuronal remodeling of the fovea in Parkinson disease
S Miri, EM Shrier, S Glazman, Y Ding, I Selesnick, PB Kozlowski, ...
Annals of clinical and translational neurology 2 (2), 196-201, 2015
312015
Application of an OCT data-based mathematical model of the foveal pit in Parkinson disease
Y Ding, B Spund, S Glazman, EM Shrier, S Miri, I Selesnick, ...
Journal of Neural Transmission 121 (11), 1367-1376, 2014
272014
Restless legs syndrome in Iranian patients with multiple sclerosis
S Miri, M Rohani, MA Sahraian, B Zamani, GA Shahidi, A Sabet, ...
Neurological Sciences 34 (7), 1105-1108, 2013
272013
Fatal status dystonicus in tardive dystonia due to depletion of deep brain stimulation's pulse generator
M Rohani, RP Munhoz, G Shahidi, M Parvaresh, S Miri
Brain stimulation 10 (1), 160-161, 2017
222017
A novel retinal biomarker for Parkinson's disease: Quantifying the foveal pit with optical coherence tomography
S Slotnick, Y Ding, S Glazman, M Durbin, S Miri, I Selesnick, J Sherman, ...
Movement Disorders 30 (12), 1692-1695, 2015
222015
Restless legs syndrome in hemodialysis patients in Iran
M Rohani, M Aghaei, A Jenabi, S Yazdanfar, D Mousavi, S Miri
Neurological Sciences 36 (5), 723-727, 2015
202015
Presenting features of idiopathic versus secondary restless legs syndrome in pregnancy
S Miri, M Rohani, M Vahdat, M Kashanian, E Sariri, B Zamani, GA Shahidi
Iranian journal of neurology 13 (4), 241, 2014
162014
Demographic study of parkinson's disease in Iran: Data on 1656 cases
M Roohani, GA Shahidi, S Miri
Iranian journal of neurology 10 (1-2), 19, 2011
122011
Traumatic pseudoaneurysm of superficial temporal artery: a case report
M Hosseini, S Miri
Turkish Neurosurgery 23 (4), 531- 533, 2013
11*2013
Pallidal deep brain stimulation for the treatment of DYT6 dystonia: a case report and review of literature
S Miri, GA Shahidi, M Parvaresh, M Rohani
Medical journal of the Islamic Republic of Iran 28, 39, 2014
82014
Geriatric challenges in the new coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19) pandemic: A systematic review
M Mohamadi, A Goodarzi, A Aryannejad, N Fattahi, M Alizadeh-Khoei, ...
Medical Journal of the Islamic Republic of Iran 34, 123, 2020
72020
Deep brain stimulation of globus pallidus internus for DYT1 positive primary generalized dystonia
S Miri, E Ghoreyshi, GA Shahidi, M Parvaresh, M Rohani, M Saffari
Medical journal of the Islamic Republic of Iran 28, 18, 2014
42014
A comparative study of idiopathic and secondary restless legs syndrome in pregnancy
S Miri, M Vahdat, E Sariri, M Rohani, A Sabet
MOVEMENT DISORDERS 27, S403-S403, 2012
32012
Teaching Video NeuroImages: Hand tremor, tongue and perioral fasciculation in a patient with Kennedy disease
M Rohani, S Miri
Neurology 84 (10), e76-e76, 2015
22015
Restless legs syndrome during pregnancy: clinical characteristics and outcomes in Iranian pregnant women
S Miri, M Vahdat, E Sariri, M Rohani, A Sabet
MOVEMENT DISORDERS 27, S403-S403, 2012
22012
OCT in Parkinson’s disease and related disorders
I Bodis-Wollner, S Miri, S Glazman, EM Shrier, R Deeb
OCT and Imaging in Central Nervous System Diseases, 235-262, 2020
12020
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