P. K. Kulkarni

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— Electroencephalography (EEG) measures the electrical activity of the brain and represents a summation of post-synaptic potentials from a large number of neurons. Over a past few decades many researches all over the world, focusing and working to automate the analysis of EEG signals to identify and categorized the diseases. In this paper, we present a(More)
We describe a patient with an unusual clinical presentation of progressive multiple cranial nerve palsies, cerebellar ataxia, and palatal tremor (PT) resulting from an unknown etiology. Magnetic resonance imaging showed evidence of hypertrophy of the inferior olivary nuclei, brain stem atrophy, and marked cerebellar atrophy. This combination of progressive(More)
Many image segmentation techniques are available in the literature. Among the available techniques, parametric deformable models play an important role in many medical imaging applications. These models have been proved to be effective in segmenting an anatomic structure using constraints derived from the image data along with a prior knowledge about the(More)
Abstract Electroencephalography (EEG) is a clinical test which records neuro-electrical activities generated by brain structures. EEG test results used to monitor brain diseases such as epilepsy seizure, brain tumours, toxic encephalopathies infections and cerebrovascular disorders. Due to the extreme variation in the EEG morphologies, manual analysis of(More)
Original Article The Brain tumor is life threatening disease of brain. The brain contains about 10 Billion or more working brain cells. Damazied brain cells are diagnosed themselves by dividing to make more cells. Normally, this turnover takes place in an orderly and controlled manner. If, for some reason, the process gets out of control, the cells will(More)
In the last couple of years, the EEG signal analysis was focused on epilepsy seizure detection. Epilepsy is a common chronic neurological disorder; they are result of transient and unexpected electrical disturbance of the brain. Epilepsy seizures also a symptom of brain tumor existence, 30% patients with brain tumor are affected with epilepsy seizure. This(More)
Job's syndrome also known as hyper-IgE syndrome is a rare disorder associated with immunodeficiency. It includes recurrent abscesses of staphylococcal origin affecting skin and musculoskeletal system, recurring pneumonia and pneumatoceles, eosinophilia, craniofacial, and bone growth changes. This case report describes the disease and anesthetic management.(More)
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