Friedhelm C. Schmitt
Friedhelm C. Schmitt
Head of Epileptology; Department of Neurology, University of Magdeburg
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Anticonvulsant properties of hypothermia in experimental status epilepticus
FC Schmitt, K Buchheim, H Meierkord, M Holtkamp
Neurobiology of disease 23 (3), 689-696, 2006
Deep brain stimulation of anterior nucleus thalami disrupts sleep in epilepsy patients
BR Voges, FC Schmitt, W Hamel, PM House, C Kluge, CKE Moll, ...
Epilepsia 56 (8), e99-e103, 2015
Magnetoencephalography for epileptic focus localization in a series of 1000 cases
S Rampp, H Stefan, X Wu, M Kaltenhäuser, B Maess, FC Schmitt, ...
Brain 142 (10), 3059-3071, 2019
Standardized Computer-based Organized Reporting of EEG: SCORE–second version
S Beniczky, H Aurlien, JC Brøgger, LJ Hirsch, DL Schomer, E Trinka, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology, 2017
Corticothalamic phase synchrony and cross-frequency coupling predict human memory formation
CM Sweeney-Reed, Z Z, V J, S FC, B L, K Kopitzki, E C, et al.
eLIFE, 2014
Memory signals from the thalamus: early thalamocortical phase synchronization entrains gamma oscillations during long-term memory retrieval
T Staudigl, T Zaehle, J Voges, S Hanslmayr, C Esslinger, H Hinrichs, ...
Neuropsychologia 50 (14), 3519-3527, 2012
Radiofrequency lesioning for epileptogenic periventricular nodular heterotopia: A rational approach
FC Schmitt, J Voges, L Buentjen, F Woermann, HW Pannek, M Skalej, ...
Epilepsia 52 (9), e101-e105, 2011
Nucleus Accumbens Activity Dissociates Different Forms of Salience: Evidence from Human Intracranial Recordings
T Zaehle, EM Bauch, H Hinrichs, FC Schmitt, J Voges, HJ Heinze, ...
The Journal of Neuroscience 33 (20), 8764-8771, 2013
Verapamil attenuates the malignant treatment course in recurrent status epilepticus
FC Schmitt, C Dehnicke, M Merschhemke, HJ Meencke
Epilepsy & Behavior 17 (4), 565-568, 2010
Clinical relevance of source location in frontal lobe epilepsy and prediction of postoperative long-term outcome
J Mu, S Rampp, E Carrette, K Roessler, B Sommer, FC Schmitt, ...
Seizure-European Journal of Epilepsy 23 (7), 553-559, 2014
Nucleus accumbens stimulation in partial epilepsy—A randomized controlled case series
AB Kowski, J Voges, HJ Heinze, F Oltmanns, M Holtkamp, FC Schmitt
Epilepsia 56 (6), e78-e82, 2015
Direct targeting of the thalamic anteroventral nucleus for deep brain stimulation by T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging at 3 T
L Buentjen, K Kopitzki, FC Schmitt, J Voges, C Tempelmann, J Kaufmann, ...
Stereotactic and functional neurosurgery 92 (1), 25-30, 2014
Deep hypothermia terminates status epilepticus—an experimental study
AB Kowski, H Kanaan, FC Schmitt, M Holtkamp
Brain research 1446, 119-126, 2012
Pre-stimulus thalamic theta power predicts human memory formation
CM Sweeney-Reed, T Zaehle, J Voges, FC Schmitt, L Buentjen, ...
Neuroimage 138, 100-108, 2016
Pre-‐stimulus thalamic theta power predicts human memory formation
M Catherine, T Zaehle, J Voges, FC Schmitt, L Buentjen, RT Knight, ...
Thalamic theta phase alignment predicts human memory formation and anterior thalamic cross-frequency coupling
CM Sweeney-Reed, T Zaehle, J Voges, FC Schmitt, L Buentjen, ...
Elife 4, e07578, 2015
Phase-amplitude cross-frequency coupling in the human nucleus accumbens tracks action monitoring during cognitive control
S Dürschmid, T Zaehle, K Kopitzki, J Voges, FC Schmitt, HJ Heinze, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 635, 2013
A mutation in mt tRNALeu (UUR) causing a neuropsychiatric syndrome with depression and cataract
M Jaksch, H Lochmuller, F Schmitt, B Volpel, B Obermaier–Kusser, ...
Neurology 57 (10), 1930-1930, 2001
MEG in frontal lobe epilepsies: localization and postoperative outcome
H Stefan, X Wu, M Buchfelder, S Rampp, B Kasper, R Hopfengärtner, ...
Epilepsia 52 (12), 2233-2238, 2011
Safety and feasibility of nucleus accumbens stimulation in five patients with epilepsy
FC Schmitt, J Voges, HJ Heinze, T Zaehle, M Holtkamp, AB Kowski
Journal of neurology 261 (8), 1477-1484, 2014
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