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Epidemiological study of child & adolescent psychiatric disorders in urban & rural areas of Bangalore, India.
BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVE There are limited data on child mental health needs in our country. Therefore, an epidemiological study to determine the prevalence rates of child and adolescent psychiatricExpand
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Mutations in STIL, encoding a pericentriolar and centrosomal protein, cause primary microcephaly.
Primary microcephaly (MCPH) is an autosomal-recessive congenital disorder characterized by smaller-than-normal brain size and mental retardation. MCPH is genetically heterogeneous with six knownExpand
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Intellectual developmental disorders: towards a new name, definition and framework for “mental retardation/intellectual disability” in ICD‐11
Although "intellectual disability" has widely replaced the term "mental retardation", the debate as to whether this entity should be conceptualized as a health condition or as a disability hasExpand
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Psychological problems and quality of life in children with thalassemia
ObjectiveThe study is aimed to assess psychological problems and quality of life (QOL) in children with thalassemia.MethodsThirty-nine children (8–16 yr) with transfusion dependent thalassemiaExpand
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Mutations in WDR62, encoding a centrosomal and nuclear protein, in Indian primary microcephaly families with cortical malformations
Bhat V, Girimaji SC, Mohan G, Arvinda HR, Singhmar P, Duvvari MR, Kumar A. Mutations in WDR62, encoding a centrosomal and nuclear protein, in Indian primary microcephaly families with corticalExpand
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Genetic analysis of primary microcephaly in Indian families: novel ASPM mutations
Patients with primary microcephaly, an autosomal recessive trait, have mild to severe mental retardation without any other neurological deficits. It is a genetically heterogeneous disorder with sixExpand
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A follow‐up study of juvenile obsessive–compulsive disorder from India
Objective:  To study the long‐term course and outcome of juvenile obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD).
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A prospective 4-5 year follow-up of juvenile onset bipolar disorder.
OBJECTIVE Data on outcome of juvenile onset bipolar disorder is limited. This study examined the course and outcome of bipolar disorder and assessed the rate and predictors of recovery and relapse inExpand
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Psychological impact of the tsunami on children and adolescents from the andaman and nicobar islands.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this article is to present the assessment of the presentation of symptoms and psychiatric morbidity of children and adolescents from the Andaman and Nicobar islands during theExpand
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Comorbidity in Juvenile Obsessive—Compulsive Disorder: A Report from India
Objective: Using minimal exclusion criteria, to assess systematically the psychiatric comorbidity in children and adolescents with obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD) and compare the findings withExpand
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