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PURPOSE A focal cortical-subcortical calcification (FCSC) is a common finding on computed tomography (CT) in individuals with focal or generalized seizures in the Indian subcontinent. We sought to determine the relation of FCSCs to epilepsy by comparing the lobe of seizure origin by electroclinical and CT evaluations and to study the nature and severity of(More)
INTRODUCTION Ulcerative colitis occurs worldwide. It is considered common in most of Europe and North America and uncommon in most of the developing Asian countries. The incidence/prevalence of ulcerative colitis varies not only according to geographical region but also with race and ethnicity. There are no reported data from India on the incidence of the(More)
AIMS To determine the etiologic role of neurocysticercosis (NC) in a hospital-based sample of epilepsies divided according to International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) epidemiological criteria and number of seizures prior to presentation. METHODS A sample comprising 1026 consecutive patients with either definite seizures or epilepsy attending a(More)
OBJECTIVES The neuromuscular transmission failure in acute organophosphate (OP) poisoning occurs because of the irreversible inactivation of the enzyme acetylcholinesterase located in the neuromuscular junction, and is distinguished neuroelectrophysiologically by single electrical stimulus-induced repetitive responses and either a decremental or a(More)
Four patients with continuous muscle fibre activity (Isaacs-Mertens syndrome) are reported in this communication. Electrophysiological evidence of peripheral neuropathy was present in two patients. Impulse induced repetitive CMAPs were noted in two patients. In one case the repetitive activity increased upon proximal stimulation. Single fibre EMG recordings(More)
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