Seema Kalra

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Neuro-Behçet's disease (NBD) is one of the more serious manifestations of Behçet's disease (BD), which is a relapsing inflammatory multisystem disease with an interesting epidemiology. Though NBD is relatively uncommon, being potentially treatable, neurologists need to consider it in the differential diagnosis of inflammatory, infective, or demyelinating(More)
Vascular parkinsonism (VP) remains a loose constellation of various clinical features. We systematically reviewed studies comparing clinical, neuroimaging and other investigations that might distinguish VP from idiopathic Parkinson's disease (PD). Medline, Embase, Cinahl (R), and PsycINFO were searched by querying appropriate key words. Reports were(More)
BACKGROUND Déjà vu occurs both in normal experience and as a neuropsychiatric symptom. Its pathogenesis is partially understood. We describe an iatrogenic case with implications for the neuropharmacological basis of déjà vu. CASE PRESENTATION A 42-year-old woman received 5-hydroxytryptophan, in combination with carbidopa, as treatment for palatal tremor,(More)
BACKGROUND Inching toward optimum patient safety by training personnel is the prime aim of the ongoing medical education. AIMS To assess whether lectures targeted to improve quality care in ICU could improve ICU practitioners' knowledge levels and to evaluate the effectiveness of teaching. SETTINGS AND DESIGN In this paired controlled trial, 50 ICU(More)
Arrhythmias in pregnancy are common and may cause concern for the well-being of both mother and fetus. Generally, no previous history of heart disease is elicited and majority of the arrhythmias are benign. Bradycardia is commonly seen following subarachnoid block for cesarean section. However, the incidence of subsequent heart block is low. This case(More)
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