Hochhauser, Leo, M.D.

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Faculty, Neuroradiology (Head, Neck & Spine)
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Faculty Biography
Leo Hochhauser, M.D.

Leo Hochhauser, M.D.

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Phone:
(713) 704-1704
Fax:
(713) 704-1715
Email:
Leo.Hochhauser@uth.tmc.edu
Program Manager:
Kimberley Storrs
  • Title(s)

    • Clinical Associate Professor
  • Location(s)

    • The University of Texas Medical School at Houston
      6431 Fannin Street, MSB 2.130B
      Houston, Texas 77030

Education

Undergraduate
1954-1963
Preparatory School (Gynnasium)
Helmholtz Real gymnasium for Boys
Linguistic Branch, Frankfurt am Main
Graduate
1963-1970
Medical Degree
Johann Wolfgang Goethe University
Frankfurt am Main

Postgraduate Training

Internship
1970-1971
University Hospital of Frankfurt
Residency
1972-1977
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radiology
University Hospital of Frankfurt
Residency
1980-1982
Diagnostic Radiology
Wellesley Hospital - University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M4Y 1J3
Residency
1982-1984
Diagnostic Radiology
McMaster University Medical Center
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, L8N 3Z5
Fellowship
1984
Digital Angiography and Carotid Ultrasound
Hamilton General Hospital McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Fellowship
1985-1986
Pediatric Neuroradiology
Hospital for Sick Children
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Fellowship
1986 – 1988
Adult Neuroradiology
SUNY Health Science Center
Syracuse, New York

Board Certifications

1996
American Board of Radiology: CAQ Neuroradiology
1987
American Board of Radiology: Diagnostic Radiology
1985
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada (FRCPC): Diagnostic Radiology

Honors and Awards

2003-2004, 2004-2005
Dean's Teaching Excellence Award
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Medical School

Peer & Non-Peer Reviewed Journal

2009
Supsupin EP, Bonfante‐Mejia EE, Sitton CW, Vea RG, Parikh N, Cacayorin ED, Hochhauser L: Diffuse Excessive High Signal Intensity: Predicting Neurodevelopmental Outcome in the Preterm Population. Neurographics (ASNR on-line), Vol. 7 Issue 3.
2009
Supsupin EP, Bonfante‐Mejia EE, Sitton CW, Parikh N, Cacayorin ED, Hochhauser L. Cerebral MR Imaging Evaluation of Preterm Infants: Standardized Assessment and Predicting the Relationship of Common Imaging Abnormalities to Overall Neurodevelopmental Outcome. Neurographics (ASNR on‐line), Vol. 7 Issue 3.
2011
WanDQ, PearlmanML, Barron BJ, Supsupin EP, Hochhauser L: Radionuclide tagged blood cell patch to monitor spine coverage for spontaneous diffuse CSF leaks. J Ped Neuro ; 9(3).
March 2012
Supsupin, EP, Choi, JM, Bonfante‐Mejia, EE, Sitton, CW, Hochhauser, L: Bilateral Absence of the Common Carotid Arteries with Separate Origins of the Internal and External Carotid Arteries Detected by CT Angiography: Case Report. Neurographics, 2:1, pp. 44‐46(3).
Dec 2013
Parikh NA, He L, Bonfante‐Mejia E, Hochhauser L, Wilder PE, Burson K, Kaur S: Automatically Quantified Diffuse Excessive High Signal Intensity on MRI Predicts Cognitive Development in Preterm Infants. Pediatric Neurology ;49(6):424‐30. Epub 2013 Oct 15. PMID: 24138952

Book Chapters & Books

2009
Wasenko JJ, Hochhauser L. Central Nervous System Trauma. Haaga JR, Lanzieri CF, Sartoris DJ, Zerhouni EA, Eds. Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Whole Body, 5th edition, Mosby, Philadelphia, pp. 295-336.

Scientific Exhibits

6/4-9/2011
Supsupin E, Bonfante‐Mejia E, Choi J, Sitton C, Hochhauser L: Bilateral absence of the common carotid arteries with separate origins of the internal and external carotid arteries detected by CT angiography: case report. ASNR Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington.

Educational Exhibits

May 16 to May 22, 2009
Supsupin EP, Aalbers B, Davis A, Bonfante‐Mejia EE, Loenig M, Sitton CW, Hochhauser L: Cerebral Neuroradiologist (ASNR), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.