Jeffrey R Leonard

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WNT activation by lithium abrogates TP53 mutation associated radiation resistance in medulloblastoma.

2014: B Alman; B Baskin; L Bognár; E Bouffet; RG Bristow; P Castelo-Branco; BK Cho; YJ Cho; SC Clifford; CF Conter; P Dirks; CG Eberhart; M Fouladi; M Fraser; PJ French; M Gessi; WA Grajkowska; N Gupta; P Hauser; CE Hawkins; N Jabado; DT Jones; S Jung; SK Kim; A Klekner; M Kool; A Korshunov; T Kumabe; B Lach; JR Leonard; LM Liau; D Malkin; DC Martin; L Massimi; PA Northcott; E Pfaff; SM Pfister; T Pietsch; IF Pollack; SL Pomeroy; R Poon; TJ Pugh; YS Ra; V Ramaswamy; PN Ray; M Remke; JB Rubin; S Rutkowski; DJ Shih; U Tabori; MD Taylor; K Tse; EG Van Meir; A Vasiljevic; AO von Bueren; KC Wang; WA Weiss; CH Zhang; N Zhukova; K Zitterbart;

Utility of plain radiographs in detecting traumatic injuries of the cervical spine in children.

2012: Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) Cervical Spine Study Group; KM Adelgais; DM Jaffe; JR Leonard; JC Leonard; LE Nigrovic; CS Olsen; AJ Rogers;

Utility of magnetic resonance imaging in diagnosing cervical spine injury in children with severe traumatic brain injury.

2015: M Keller; JR Leonard; JC Leonard; J Pineda; D Qualls;

Use of thalidomide to diminish growth velocity in a life-threatening congenital intracranial hemangioma.

2008: M Frei-Jones; JR Leonard; RC McKinstry; TS Park; A Perry; JB Rubin;

Use of rapid-sequence magnetic resonance imaging for evaluation of hydrocephalus in children.

2005: WW Ashley; BC Lee; JR Leonard; RC McKinstry; TS Park; MD Smyth;

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Last MEDLINE®/PubMed® update: 1st of December 2015