Radiology Personnel

Gisele Ishak, M.D.

Associate Professor
Pediatric Radiology

Biography

Dr. Ishak is an assistant professor of pediatric radiology at Seattle Children’s.

Recent Publications

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Expanding the Distinctive Neuroimaging Phenotype of ACTA2 Mutations
D'Arco F., Alves C., Raybaud C., Chong W., Ishak G., Ramji S., Grima M., Barkovich A., Ganesan V.
AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology. 2018 Nov:2126-2131

The central nervous system manifestations of localized craniofacial scleroderma: a study of 10 cases and literature review
Maloney E., Menashe S., Iyer R., Ringold S., Chakraborty A., Ishak G.
Pediatric Radiology. 2018 Jul:1-13

Pilocytic astrocytoma with leptomeningeal spread in a patient with incontinentia pigmenti presenting with unilateral nystagmus
Bayart C., Ishak G., Finn L., Lee A., Baran F., Sun A., Gupta D., Vitanza N.
Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 2018 Mar

Establishment of normative values for the fetal posterior fossa by magnetic resonance imaging
Chapman T., Menashe S., Zare M., Alessio A., Ishak G.
Prenatal Diagnosis. 2018 Jan

Primary choriocarcinoma of the bilateral basal ganglia presenting in a teenaged male
Perry B., Perez F., Nixon J., Cole B., Ishak G.
Radiology Case Reports. 2017 Mar:154-158

Cervicothoracic cystic dysraphism
Valeur N., Iyer R., Ishak G.
Pediatric Radiology. 2016 Sep:1471-1481

Prenatal diagnosis of Chudley–McCullough syndrome
Chapman T., Perez F., Ishak G., Doherty D.
American Journal of Medical Genetics, Part A. 2016 Sep:2426-2430

Mind the gap: an unusual case of a cervical lipomyelocele
Valeur N., Iyer R., Ishak G.
Radiology Case Reports. 2016 Sep:266-270

Recessive Inactivating Mutations in TBCK, Encoding a Rab GTPase-Activating Protein, Cause Severe Infantile Syndromic Encephalopathy
Chong J., Caputo V., Phelps I., Stella L., Worgan L., Dempsey J., Nguyen A., Leuzzi V., Webster R., Pizzuti A., Marvin C., Ishak G., Ardern-Holmes S., Richmond Z., Bamshad M., Ortiz-Gonzalez X., Tartaglia M., Chopra M., Doherty D.
American Journal of Human Genetics. 2016 Apr:772-781

Two Hundred Thirty-Six Children with Developmental Hydrocephalus: Causes and Clinical Consequences
Tully H., Ishak G., Rue T., Dempsey J., Browd S., Millen K., Doherty D., Dobyns W.
Journal of Child Neurology. 2016 Mar:309-320