Two cases (one female and one male) of Fahr's syndrome are reported here. Both of them had neuropsychiatric disturbances and intracranial calcifications in bilateral basal ganglia and cerebral hemispheres. CT scan helped in establishing the diagnosis. Both of them were treated with antipsychotic drugs and responded to some extent.
BACKGROUND A double blind randomized prospective study was undertaken to determine the effect of adjuncts like epinephrine 200μg or clonidine 90μg in combination of bupivacaine and lignocaine into the brachial plexus sheath to study the sensory and motor onset, duration of analgesia, hemodynamic changes and adverse effects. PATIENTS #ENTITYSTARTX00026; … (More)