Mustafa Saad Siddiqui, M.D.
Associate Professor, Neurology
drugs/therapeutic agents pharm, education/training (all f, t,, neurosciences/behavior
Academic: 336-716-1619 | Department: 336-716-4101
Espeland MA, Bryan RN, Goveas JS, Robinson JG, Siddiqui MS, Liu S, Hogan PE, Casanova R, Coker LH, Yaffe K, Masaki K, Rossom R, Resnick SM. Influence of type 2 diabetes on brain volumes and changes in brain volumes: results from the Women's Health Initiative magnetic resonance imaging studies
. Diabetes Care. 2013;36(1):90-97.
Tate J, Siddiqui M. Institutional outcomes in patients evaluated for possible normal pressure hydrocephalus: which factors are predictive of positive response to ventriculoperitoneal shunt placement? [abstract]. Neurology. 2012;78(Suppl 1):P02245.
Haq IU, Foote KD, Goodman WG, Wu SS, Sudhyadhom A, Ricciuti N, Siddiqui MS, Bowers D, Jacobson CE, Ward H, et al. Smile and laughter induction and intraoperative predictors of response to deep brain stimulation for obsessive-compulsive disorder
. Neuroimage. 2011;54(Suppl 1):S247-S255.
LeWitt PA, Rezai AR, Leehey MA, Ojemann SG, Flaherty AW, Eskandar EN, Kostyk SK, Thomas K, Siddiqui MS, Tatter SB, et al. AAV2-GAD gene therapy for advanced Parkinson's disease: a double-blind, sham-surgery controlled, randomised trial
. Lancet Neurol. 2011;10(4):309-319.
Siddiqui MS, Haq, Iu, Okun MS. Deep brain stimulation in movement disorders. Continuum (Minneapolis, Minn.). 2010;16(1):110-130.
Vishwajit S, Dave M, Siddiqui M, Cartwright D, Patel B, Badlani G. The effect of deep brain stimulation on voiding dysfunction in Parkinson's disease and essential tremor [abstract]. Neurourol Urodyn. 2009;28(2):140-141.
Vishwajit S, Dave M, Siddiqui M, Cartwright D, Patel B, Badlani G. The incidence of voiding difficulity [sic] and constipation in patients with Parkinson's disease and essential tremor [abstract]. Neurourol Urodyn. 2009;28(2):157-158.
Vishwajit S, Herco M, Siddiqui MS, Cartwright M, Patel BN, Badlani GH. The effect of deep brain stimulation on voiding dysfunction in Parkinson's disease and essential tremor [abstract]. J Urol. 2009;181(4 Suppl):673-674.
Vishwajit S, Dave M, Siddiqui M, Cartwright D, Patel BN, Badlani GH. The effect of deep brain stimulation on voiding dysfunction in Parkinson's disease and essential tremor [abstract]. Eur Urol Suppl. 2009;8(4):245.
Siddiqui MS, Fernandez HH, Garvan CW, Kirsch-Darrow L, Bowers D, Rodriguez RL, Jacobson CE IV, Rosado C, Vaidyanathan S, Foote KD, et al. Inappropriate crying and laughing in Parkinson disease and movement disorders
. World J Biol Psychiatry. 2009;10(3):234-240.
Mann JM, Foote KD, Garvan CW, Fernandez HH, Jacobson CE IV, Rodriguez RL, Haq IU, Siddiqui MS, Malaty IA, Morishita T, et al. Brain penetration effects of microelectrodes and DBS leads in STN or GPi
. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2009;80(7):794-797.
Vishwajit S, Patel B, Herco M, Siddiqui M, Cartwright M, Badlani G. The effect of deep brain stimulation on voiding dysfunction in Parkinson's disease and essential tremor [abstract]. Neurourol Urodyn. 2009;28(7):612.
Vishwajit S, Patel B, Herco M, Siddiqui M, Cartwright M, Badlani G. The incidence of voiding difficulity [sic] and constipation in patients with essential tremor compared to Parkinson's disease [abstract]. Neurourol Urodyn. 2009;28(7):612-613.
Strowd RE, Bajaj S, Cartwright MS, Ellis TL, Nawaz KH, Tatter SS, Siddiqui MS. Risk factors for intracranial hemorrhage during deep brain stimulation surgery [abstract]. Mov Disord. 2009;24(Suppl 1):S474.
Siddiqui MS, Ellis TL, Tatter SB, Okun MS. Deep brain stimulation: treating neurological and psychiatric disorders by modulating brain activity. NeuroRehabilitation. 2008;23(1):105-113.
Siddiqui MS, Ellis T, Tatter SS, Foote KD, Okun MS. Deep brain stimulation: patient selection in Parkinson's disease, other movement disorders, and neuropsychiatric disorders In: Tarsy D, Vitek JL, Starr P, Okun M, eds. Deep brain stimulation in neurological and psychiatric disorders. Totowa (NJ): Humana Press;2008: 88-98.
Siddiqui MS, Rosado C, Garvan C, Jacobson CE IV, Fernandez HH, Rodriguez RL, Foote KD, Okun MS. Pseudobulbar affect in deep brain stimulation [abstract]. Ann Neurol. 2007;62(5):542.
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Associate Professor, Neurology
Movement Disorders, Botulinum Toxin, Parkinson's Disease, Deep Brain Stimulation, Dystonia, Tremor
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We can ask any questions about problems, medications, we are very pleased with the care given.
I have a lot of confidence in my doctor's treatment of my health issue.
Like well professional and caring can't do any better than that.
Dr. Siddiqui has been very helpful, informative and concerned.
After I had this appt. with Dr. SIddiqui my husband & I left the hospital and went shopping. I realized during the first hour of shopping that I did not feel well and needed to go back to the hospital to get help. When I returned the reaction was wonderful. THe check in clerks were quick to tell the doctor I hAD returned. The nurse gave me a look and got Dr. Siddiqui and he came in and said he had one more patient and then would be right back in to help me. It was amazing that I could return and even get in the door, much less see him again so quickly. They understood the problem and explained it to me well.
I have highly recommended this care provider to other Parkinsons patients that I know because of my positive experience and confidence in his knowledge and treatment.
Dr. Siddiqui is compassionate and very interested in helping the patient have the best quality of life possible.
One of the best experiences I have ever had with a physician. Took time to explain all treatment options. Did not feel like he was in a hurry to see his next patient.
I felt I was in very experienced hands. My health was very important to the doctor, and I knew I would be taken care of with the utmost care.