Matthew C. Hagen, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology
- Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
- Pathology, Brain Tumors, Cancer, Oncology, Neuropathology, Surgical Pathology
University of Cincinnati Medical Center234 Goodman Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219Phone: (513) 584-7284Fax: (513) 584-3892Map and Directions
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- Indiana University School of Medicine - Indianapolis, IN
- Indiana University School of Medicine - Indianapolis, IN (Neuropathology)
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No one ever wants to suffer a stroke. But when Paula suffered a major, life-threatening stroke in September 2013 while working at a local deli, one might say that her timing was perfect.
First and foremost, Paula got to the University...
Semiretired and working part-time at a restaurant, Lynne knew something was amiss when she looked at the cash register and then struggled to make her hands produce the correct amount of change. Could she have suffered a stroke?
Lynne pushed the...
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One by one, the symptoms of a throat problem tapped on the pastor’s door. Pastor Brian Tome, leader of Crossroads Church and speaker of five weekly messages to a following of 15,000, acknowledged the symptoms and tried to dismiss them....
It was a weekday evening like any other when a friendly customer service representative named Doug became the ultimate customer. His need? Stroke services, A to Z.
Doug, a self-described overweight former smoker with high blood pressure and diabetes, was trying...
In treating a stroke, time is brain. Because treatment must be administered within 3 to 4 ½ hours to be eff ective, one of the first things a doctor or EMT must do is determine the moment when the stroke...
After two antiepileptic drugs failed to control Amanda's seizures, she underwent testing to see whether she was a candidate for epilepsy surgery. She was, and the results have been something to celebrate.
In November of 2004, Zettie Williams confronted what neurologists consider one of the most feared consequences of stroke. When a therapist showed her a photograph of her son, she knew she was looking at her son, but she couldn’t say...
Imagine learning you have Parkinson’s Disease. At 26. Most Parkinson’s patients are diagnosed in their 60s. Yet in 1987, after three years of unexplained symptoms, Mike Pohl learned he had the degenerative disease. After a visit to the National Institutes...