Dr. Timothy Michael Lynch MD
Neurologist | Neurology47 New Scotland Ave Albany NY, 12208
Dr. Timothy Lynch has advanced training in epilepsy. In addition, he has extensive experience in electroencephalography (EEG) - the measuring of electrical activity produced by the brain - offering di ...
Education and Training
Brown University MD 1998
Psychiatry and NeurologyAmerican Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyABPN- Clinical Neurophysiology- 2003
Psychiatry and NeurologyAmerican Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyABPN- Epilepsy- 2013
- Performance after partial arytenoidectomy without mucosal closure in 27 Thoroughbred racehorses.
- Use of colonic luminal pressure to predict outcome after surgical treatment of strangulating large colon volvulus in horses.
- Fertility and complications after fetotomy in 20 brood mares (2001-2006).
- Survival and complications after large colon resection and end-to-end anastomosis for strangulating large colon volvulus in seventy-three horses.
- Racing and sales performance after unilateral or bilateral single transphyseal screw insertion for varus angular limb deformities of the carpus in 53 thoroughbreds.
- Reevaluation of the effect of phenylephrine on resolution of nephrosplenic entrapment by the rolling procedure in 87 horses.
- Use of a suprapatellar pouch portal and laparoscopic cannula for removal of debris or loose fragments following arthroscopy of the femoropatellar joint of 168 horses (245 joints).
- Strangulating intestinal obstructions in four captive elephants (Elephas maximus and Loxodonta africana).
- Tenosynoviotomy for sepsis of the digital flexor tendon sheath in 9 horses.
- The influence of perfusate volume on antimicrobial concentration in synovial fluid following intravenous regional limb perfusion in the standing horse.
- Outcome of medial patellar ligament desmoplasty for treatment of intermittent upward fixation of the patella in 24 horses (2005-2012).
- Improvement in Bilateral Carpal Valgus Deviation in 9 Foals After Unilateral Distolateral Radial Periosteal Transection and Elevation.
- Washington University Medical Center in St. Louis Neurology 2002
- Clinical Neurophysiology - Washington University - St Louis St Louis, MO Clinical Neurophysiology 2004
- Epilepsy - Washington University - St Louis St Louis, MO Epilepsy 2003
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