Vara Prasada G. Rao

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Bipolar disorder has been reported to occur frequently in a number of subcortical diseases. This suggests that subcortical structures may be involved in the etiology of bipolar disorder in some patients. With the advent of brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), in vivo visualization of the subcortical white and gray matter is now possible, allowing the(More)
Subcortical structural changes have been reported to occur in some elderly subjects with late age onset depression. Given the association between diseases affecting subcortical structures and affective disorders, this suggests that these structural changes may be involved in the etiology of late age onset depression in some patients. With the advent of(More)
INTRODUCTION Presentation of the ischemic stroke due to vasoactive intestinal peptide producing tumor (VIPoma) or Verner Morrison syndrome is rare. This is first of its kind case which we are reporting here which was later turned out to be multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1 (MEN 1) syndrome with diagnosis of primary hyperparathyroidism in the same patient(More)
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