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Eliot Wallack, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology
Department: Neurology

Contact information
1840 South Street
1st Floor
Tuttlemann Center
Philadelphia, PA 19146
Office: 215-893-6200
Fax: 215-893-6215
Education:
AB (Biology)
Lehigh University, 1968.
MD
University of Maryland, 1972.
Post-Graduate Training
Rotating 1 Intern, Cincinnati General Hospital Cincinnati, Ohio, 1972-1973.
Neurology, North Carolina Memorial Hospital, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC, 1973-1976.
Certifications
National Board of Medical Examiners, 1973.
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (N), 1978.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

General Clinical Neurologist: early member in large mi-west single specialty private practice for 32 years.

Selected Publications

Abraha B1, Chaves AR1, Kelly LP1, Wallack EM1, Wadden KP1, McCarthy J1, Ploughman M1.: A Bout of High Intensity Interval Training Lengthened Nerve Conduction Latency to the Non-exercised Affected Limb in Chronic Stroke. Frontiers Physiol 9(827): doi: 10.3389/fphys.2018.00827, Jul 2018.

Wallack, EM, Callon. R: Liver injury associated with the beta-interferons (letter). Neurology 63(6): 1142-3, Sept 2004.

Wallack, EM, Bingle, GJ: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation on television (letter). NEJM 335: 1606, 1996.

Wallack, EM: Plasmapheresis in polyneuropathy (letter). NEJM 326: 1090, 1992.

Wallack, EM: Diagnostic neurology testing: a guid for patients and their families. Cog Rehab 5: 26-29, 1987.

Wallack, EM, Reavis WM, Hall, CD: Primary brain stem reticulum cell sarcoma causing death. Dis Nerv Sys 30: 744-47, 1977.

Wallack, EM: Hemiparesis in cervical spondylosis (letter). JAMA 238: 126-127, 1977.

Wallack, EM. Ng, KW. Lockhart, WS: Hemiparesis in cervical spondylosis. JAMA 236: 2525-2526, 1976.

Wallack, EM: Selective limbic deficits after encephalitis. Southern Med Journal 69: 699-71, 1976.

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