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Dr. Sepehr Sani, MD is a neurosurgery specialist in Chicago, IL and has been practicing for 10 years. He specializes in neurosurgery.
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University of California At Los Angeles
Undergraduate School | Graduated 1997
University Of Toledo College Of Medicine
Medical School | Graduated 2001
Rush University Medical Center
Internship Hospital | Completed 2002
Rush University Medical Center
Residency Hospital | Completed 2007
University Of California In San Francisco
Fellowship Hospital | Completed 2008
Awards & Recognition
Awards & Honors
Dr. Sani has no awards or honors listed.
Media & Publications
Sani S and Lopes DK. Treatment of a middle cerebral artery bifurcation aneurysm using a double neuroform stent Y configuration and coil embolization: technical case report. 57(1 Suppl):E209; 2005.,
Sani S, Smith A, Leppla DC, Ilangovan S, Glick R. Elipermoid cyst of the sphenoid sinus with extension into the sella turcica presenting as pituitary apoplexy: case report.63(4):394-7; 2005.,
Sani S, Boco T, Lewis SL, Cochran E, Patel AJ and Byrne RW. Postoperative acute disseminated encephalomyelitis after exposure to microfibrillar collagen hemostate, J Neurosurgery. 109(1):149-52; 2008.,
Rayport M, Sani S, Ferguson SM. Olfactory Responses Evoked by Electrical Stimulation of Amygdalar Region in Man are Qualitative Modifiable by Interview Content: Case Report and Review.76:35-42; 2006,
Sani S Jobe KW Lopes DK. Treatement of wide-necked cerebral aneurysms with the Neuoforms2 Treo stent. A prospective 6-month study. 18(2):E4, 2005.,
Jimenez JC, Sani S, Braverman B, Deutsch H, Ratliff JK. Palsies of the fifth cervical nerve root after cervical decompression: prevention using continuous intraoperative electromyography monitoring. 3(2):92-7; 2005.,
Sani S, Shimamoto S, Turner RS, Levesque N, and Starr PA. Microelectrode recording in the posterior hypothalamic region in humans. Neurosurgery 64(3sup):161-7; 2009.,
Sani S, Jobe KW, Smith A, Kordower J, Bakay RAE. Deep brain Stimulation for treatment of obesity in rats. J Neurosurgery. 107(4):809-13; 2007,
Pilitsis JG, Metman LV, Toleikis JR, Hughes LE, Sani S, Bakay RA. Factors involved in long-term efficacy of deep brain stimulation of the thalamus for essentual tremor, J Neurosurgery. 109(4):640-6; 2008,
Sani and Byrne RW. Advances in diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy - The Rush experience. 2005.,
Sani S, Jobe KW, Byrne RW. Successful repair of an intracranial nail-gun injury involving the parietal region and the superior sagittal sinus. Case Report. 103(3):567-9; 2005.,
Sani S, Ratliff J, and Cooper P. A critial review of cervical laminoplasty. 14(1):5-16, March 2004.,
Musaacchio M, Kuchay B, Patel N, Sani S, Lopes D. Long-Term Follow-Up of Quality of Life after Gamma Knife Radiosurgery Treatment for Arteriovenous Malformations. 6:211-20; 2006.,
Lopes DK and Sani S. Histological post-mortem study of an internal carotid artery aneurysm treated by the neuroform stent. 56(2):E416; 2005.,
Sani S, Boco T, Deutsch H. Cervical stenosis presenting with acute Brown-Sequard syndrome: case report. 30(16):E481-3; 2005.,
Sani S, Traul D, Klink A, Niaraki N, Gonzalo-Ruiz A, Wu CK, and Geula C. Distribution, progression and chemical composition of cortical amyloid-beta deposits in aged rhesus monkeys: similarities to the human. 105(2):145-56,2003.,
Sani S and Medhkour A. Olfactory groove meningiomas: Psychiatric symptoms foster delayed diagnosis. 52(2):13-18; 2006,
Sani S, Ostrem JL, Shimamoto S, Levesque N, and Starr PA, Single Unit Pauser Characteristics of the Globus Pallidus Pars Externa Disinguish Primary Dystonia from Secondary Dystonia and Parkinson's Disease.,
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