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German neurologist, Munich.

Bibliography

  • Th. Brandt, W. Büchele:
    Augenbewegungsstörungen. Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart, New York, 1983
  • W. Bles and Th. Brandt, editors:
    Disorders of Posture and Gait. Elsevier, Amsterdam, New York, 1986
  • Th. Brandt, J. Dichgans, H.-Ch. Diener, publishers:
    Therapie und Verlauf neurologischer Erkrankungen.
    Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, 1988, 2. Auflage, 1993, 3. Auflage, 1998
  • Th. Brandt, W. Paulus, W. Bles, M. Dieterich, S. Krafczyk, A. Straube, editors:
    Disorders of Posture and Gait - 1990. Gustav Thieme, Stuttgart, 1990
  • G. Riecker, Th. Brandt, E. Buchborn, H. Jahrmärker, H. J. Karl, J. van de Loo, W. Müller, G. Paumgartner, W. Siegenthaler, publishers:
    Therapie innerer Krankheiten.
    Springer, Heidelberg, 7th edition 1991, 8th edition 1995, 9th edition 1999.
  • M. Stöhr, Th. Brandt, K. M. Einhäupl, publishers:
    Neurologische Syndrome in der Intensivmedizin.
    Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, 1991, 2nd edition 1998.
  • Th. Brandt:
    Vertigo, its Multisensory Syndromes. Springer, London, 1991, 2nd Ed., 1999. 1st Japanese Language Edition. Tokyo, Shindan-To-Chiryo, 1994.
  • U. Büttner, Th. Brandt, editors:
    Ocular Motor Disorders of the Brainstem.
    Baillière's Clinical Neurology, London, 1992.
  • Th. Brandt, S. Steddin:
    Current view of the mechanism of benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo: cupulolithiasis or canalolithiasis?
    Journal of Vestibular Research, Amsterdam, 1993, 3: 373-382.
  • Th. Brandt, M. Dieterich:
    Vestibular paroxysmia: Vascular compression of the eighth nerve?
    The Lancet, London, 1994, 343: 798-799.
  • F. Fuchs, Th. Brandt, U. Büttner, D. Zee, editors:
    Contemporary Ocular Motor and Vestibular Research: A Tribute to David A. Robinson.
    Thieme, Stuttgart, New York, 1994.
  • Th. Brandt, M. Dieterich, A. Danek:
    Vestibular cortex lesions affect the perception of verticality.
    Annals of Neurology, 1994, 35: 403-412.
  • Th. Brandt, S. Steddin, R. B. Daroff:
    Therapy for benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo (BPPV) revisited.
    Neurology, 1994, 44: 796-800.
  • Th. Brandt, M. Dieterich:
    Vestibular syndromes in the roll plane: Topographic diagnosis from brainstem to cortex.
    Annals of Neurology, 1994, 36: 337-347.
  • Th. Brandt, A. Danek, K. Bötzel, editors:
    Current Approaches to Brain Structure and Function.
    Thieme, Stuttgart, New York, 1995.
  • Bronstein, M. H. Woollacott, Th. Brandt:
    Clinical Disorders of Posture and Gait. Arnold, London, 1996.
  • Th. Brandt, L. Caplan, J. Dichgans, H. Ch. Diener, Ch. Kennard:
    Neurological Disorders: Course and Treatment.
    Academic Press, New York, 1996.
  • Th. Brandt:
    Phobic postural vertigo. Neurology, 1996, 46: 1515-1519.
  • Th. Brandt, S. F. Bucher, K. C. Seelos, M. Dieterich:
    Bilateral functional MRI activation of the basal ganglia and middle temporal / medial superior temporal motion-sensitive areas.
    Archives of Neurology, Chicago, 1998, 55: 1126-1131.
  • Th. Brandt, P. Bartenstein, A. Janek, M. Dieterich:
    Reciprocal inhibitory visual vestibular interaction: Visual motion stimulation deactivates the parieto-insular vestibular cortex.
    Brain, Oxford, 1998, 121: 1749-1758.
  • Th. Brandt, M. Dieterich,
    The vestibular cortex: Its locations, functions and disorders.
    Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, New York, 1999, 871: 293-312.
  • Th. Brandt, M. Strupp, J. Benson:
    You are better off running than walking with acute vestibulopathy.
    The Lancet, 1999, 354: 746.

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