Dr. Ungar-Sargon's work is featured in the following publications:


1. Ungar JY. The Reason Why. London Hospital Gazette. 1970;50:4:12-14

2. Ungar Julian The Agony of the Yarmulke, Judaism Aug 1985

3. Ungar-Sargon J. Lovelace RE, Brust JCM. Spastic Paraplegia-paraperisis: A reappraisal. J. Neuro Sci. vol 185, April, 1980, 46: 1-12

4. Ungar-Sargon J, Lovelace RE.In search of syndrome of primary lateral sclerosis. J. Neurol Ortho Surg. July 1984, 5: 241-246

5. Blume HG, Ungar-Sargon JY. Neurological treatment of persistent occipital myalgia-neuralgia syndrome. J Cranio-Mandib Pract. 1986; 4:1-14.

6. Blume HG, Ungar-Sargon JY.Persistent Occipital-Myalgia Syndrome, Journal of Neurological and Orthopedic Surgery vol. 21, Number 3, Fall 2001

7. Ungar-Sargon JY, Milton Alter MD. Limb girdle muscular dystrophy in association with testicular feminization syndrome. J. Neurol Ortho Surg. 11985; 6:325-327

8. Ungar-Sargon JY, Goldberger ME. Maintenance of specificity by sprouting and regenerating peripheral nerves I. Normal Variability. Brain Res, 1986 5.325

9. Ungar-Sargon JY, Goldberger ME. Maintenance of specificity by sprouting and regenerating peripheral nerves II. Variability after lesions. Journal of Neurological Sciences vol 46 issue 1 April 1980 1-12

10. Ungar-Sargon JY. The laws governing regenerative and collateral sprouting into partially and totally denervated muscles. J Neurol Ortho Surg. 1985:6:319-324.

11. Flusche G., Ungar-Sargon JY, Lambert D.Prolonged neuromuscular paralysis with Vecuronium in a patient with Polymyositis. Anesthesia and Analgesia, 1986 August issue.

12. Borneman AM, Ungar-Sargon JY. Effects of ambiguous diagnosis on stress levels of neurological patients. J Neurol Ortho Surg. 1985;6:329-331

13. Ungar-Sargon JY. Uses and Abuses of EMG in Clinical Neurology. J Neurol Ortho Surg. 1985;6:291-295

14. Ungar-Sargon JY. Is Hospice Care in Conflict with Jewish Values?: Finding a Common Ground for the Jewish Community. American Journal of Palliative Care 197, June issue vol 4:43-54

15. Ungar-Sargon JY, Lovelace RE, Brust JCM. Spastic paraplegia-paraparesis. A Reappraisal. Journal of the Neurological Sciences, April 1980, vol 46, Issue 1, 1-12.

16. Quantum Chassidut: Hitbodedut in a Quantum Key: Contending with the Silence of the Vacated Space & the Holocaust

http://www.tzaddikmag.com/guest-features.html (LKS Tsfat Development Corporation Ltd) editor Sharon Marson

17.Biography cited in: Rebbe Nachman and the Knights of the Rosh Hashanah Table: The modern day adventures of people who found their way to Uman, compiled by Debbie Shapiro, Breslov Research Institute, Aug 2009 

18."Shlomo's Torah: The Legacy" Kol Chevra 18th Yahrzeit Edition September 2012 


18. Ungar-Sargon JY, Devi S, Lovelace RE. Infantile Spinal Muscular Atrophy. A Reappraisal. Amsterdam IV International Congress on Neuromuscular Diseases, 340, 1978.

19. Ungar-Sargon JY, Lovelace RE, Brust JCM. Spastic Paraplegia-paraparesis. A Reappraisal. 717 Eleventh World Congress on Neurological Excerprta Medica: International Congress Series 427:239-240, 1978.

20. Devi S, Lovelace RE, Ungar-Sargon JY.Clinical Neurophysiology on the Prognosis of Infantile/Juvenile Muscular Atrophy. Stockholm: Sixth International Congress on Electromyography, 1979.

21. Ungar-Sargon JY, Goldberger ME.Specificity in Neuronal Repair. Cincinnati: Society for Neuroscience, 1979.

22. Maunder-Sewry CA, Huston C., Ungar-Sargon JY, Dubowitz V.Morphological Studies of Normal and Potential Dystrophic Human Fetal Muscle. Newcastle: Eighth Symposium on Current Research in Neuromuscular Disease, 1980.

23. Ungar-Sargon JY, Goldberger ME. Topography of Motor Neuron Pools in Sprouting and Regenerating Nerves to Cat Tibialis Anterior Muscle. Neurology 32:4:A115, 1982.

24. Krarup C, Buchthal F, Nilsson J, Ungar-Sargon JY. Recurrent Conduction on Sensory Nerve Fibers in Man. Sixth International Congress on Neuromuscular Diseases, Los Angeles, July, 1986.

25. Ungar-Sargon JY, Goldberger ME.Sprouting and Regeneration into Partially and Maximally Denervated Muscles. Sixth International Congress of Neuromuscular Diseases, Los Angeles, July, 1986.