Dr. Dennis Burns is a Neuropsychiatrist practicing in Dallas, TX. Dr. Burns studies, evaluates, diagnoses, and treats mental disorders attributable to diseases of the nervous system. Neuropsychiatrists are trained to treat disorders occurring in patients due to irritability, attention deficit disorder, epilepsy, and many other conditions.
PathologyAmerican Board of PathologyABP- Neuropathology
- Mouse models of Alzheimer's disease: a quest for plaques and tangles.
- Neurofibromas in NF1: Schwann cell origin and role of tumor environment.
- Mice defective in the mismatch repair gene Msh2 show increased predisposition to UVB radiation-induced skin cancer.
- Cytology of subependymoma.
- Fatal type 3 adenoviral pneumonia in immunocompetent adult identical twins.
- Gene transduction in skin cells: preventing cancer in xeroderma pigmentosum mice.
- HIV-1 Tat interactions with p300 and PCAF transcriptional coactivators inhibit histone acetylation and neurotrophin signaling through CREB.
- Early inactivation of p53 tumor suppressor gene cooperating with NF1 loss induces malignant astrocytoma.
- Neurocytoma-like neoplasm of the thoracic spine in a 15-month-old child presenting with diffuse leptomeningeal dissemination and communicating hydrocephalus. Case report.
- Induction of abnormal proliferation by nonmyelinating schwann cells triggers
- Pten haploinsufficiency accelerates formation of high-grade astrocytomas.
- Malignant astrocytomas originate from neural stem/progenitor cells in a somatic tumor suppressor mouse model.
- Neuroanatomic profile of polyglutamine immunoreactivity in Huntington disease brains.
- Cell of origin and microenvironment contribution for NF1-associated dermal neurofibromas.
- Autoantibody profiles in two patients with non-autoimmune muscle disease implicate a role for gliadin autoreactivity.
- Fetal akinesia deformation sequence and neuroaxonal dystrophy without PLA2G6 mutation.
- Progressive motor weakness in transgenic mice expressing human TDP-43.
- Purkinje cell-specific males absent on the first (mMof) gene deletion results in an ataxia-telangiectasia-like neurological phenotype and backward walking in mice.
- Tsc1 mutant neural stem/progenitor cells exhibit migration deficits and give rise to subependymal lesions in the lateral ventricle.
- A sodium channel knockin mutant (NaV1.4-R669H) mouse model of hypokalemic periodic paralysis.
- Solitary liver mass in a patient with hepatitis C.
- The nuclear receptor TLX is required for gliomagenesis within the adult neurogenic niche.
- Somatic gain-of-function mutations in PIK3CA in patients with macrodactyly.
- A calcium channel mutant mouse model of hypokalemic periodic paralysis.
- Progressive leg pain and weakness.
- An elderly woman with difficulty reading and abnormal eye movements.
- TDP-43, an ALS linked protein, regulates fat deposition and glucose homeostasis.
- Expression of MAP 2 by haemangioblastomas: an immunohistochemical study with implications for diagnosis.
- Hepatic entrapment of esterified cholesterol drives continual expansion of whole body sterol pool in lysosomal acid lipase-deficient mice.
- Adult Lineage-Restricted CNS Progenitors Specify Distinct Glioblastoma Subtypes.
- The defining pathology of the new clinical and histopathologic entity ACTA2-related cerebrovascular disease.
- Non-Invasive Targeted Peripheral Nerve Ablation Using 3D MR Neurography and MRI-Guided High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (MR-HIFU): Pilot Study in a Swine Model.
- Morin Stain Detects Aluminum-Containing Macrophages in Macrophagic Myofasciitis and Vaccination Granuloma With High Sensitivity and Specificity.
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