Dr. Andrew R Pachner M.D.
Neurologist | Neurology1 Medical Center Dr Dhmc - Dept Of Neuro Lebanon NH, 03756
Dr. Andrew Pachner practices Neuropathology in Lebanon, NH. Dr. Pachner studies, evaluates, diagnoses, and treats conditions that affect the nervous system. Neuropathologists are trained to fully understand and treat such conditions as Alzheimers disease and Parkinsons disease.
Education and Training
Yale School of Medicine 1975
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- 1978
UrologyAmerican Board of UrologyABU- 1983
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- Isolation of DNA after extraction of RNA To detect the presence of Borrelia burgdorferi and expression of host cellular genes from the same tissue sample.
- Protection from Lyme neuroborreliosis in nonhuman primates with a multiantigenic vaccine.
- Spirochetal infection of the nervous system.
- Localization of Borrelia burgdorferi in the nervous system and other organs in a nonhuman primate model of lyme disease.
- Lyme borreliosis in rhesus macaques: effects of corticosteroids on spirochetal load and isotype switching of anti-borrelia burgdorferi antibody.
- Isogenic serotypes of Borrelia turicatae show different localization in the brain and skin of mice.
- Measurement of antibodies to interferon beta in patients with multiple sclerosis.
- Central and peripheral nervous system infection, immunity, and inflammation in the NHP model of Lyme borreliosis.
- The rhesus model of Lyme neuroborreliosis.
- Humoral immune response associated with lyme borreliosis in nonhuman primates: analysis by immunoblotting and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay with sonicates or recombinant proteins.
- Increased expression of B-lymphocyte chemoattractant, but not pro-inflammatory cytokines, in muscle tissue in rhesus chronic Lyme borreliosis.
- Murine Lyme borreliosis: route of inoculation determines immune response and infectivity.
- Western blotting in evaluating Lyme seropositivity and the utility of a gel densitometric approach.
- The measurement of antibodies binding to IFNbeta in MS patients treated with IFNbeta.
- Neuroimmunology, Myasthenia Gravis, Multiple Sclerosis (ms)
- Multiple Sclerosis (ms)
- Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT, Neurology 1978
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- How a Puppy and a Children’s Book Helped This Woman Cope with Multiple Sclerosis
During one weekend in the summer of 2005, when Tammy “Mimi” Duchesne and her husband JP went camping, Mimi noticed double vision in her left eye. A few years later, her vision become blurry. Being a nurse, she realized that she needed to see a doctor right away to discuss her symptoms. A year...
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- Study Plans to Reduce the Number of Veterans Who Develop Alzheimer’s
War can destroy cities, cultures, and more… but one of the longest lasting impacts that war often has is on those who fight in the war. Following a war, veterans are often left with a huge transition to make, as they attempt to assimilate into society following deployment. One of the greatest...
- How This Woman with Multiple Sclerosis Solved the Challenges of Getting Dressed
Anyone with multiple sclerosis knows just how difficult it might be to do even the simplest of tasks. Muscles are tired, and it can be exhausting to even get out of bed. The thought of getting dressed might even bring shudders of dread.And then comes getting clothes on. People with MS might have...
- What are the Symptoms of Alzheimer 's Disease?
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease characterized by impairment of mental functions, including memory, reasoning, language, and perception. This condition is found to be very common among people above 85-years-old and the chances of developing Alzheimer’s increases after 70-years-old....
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