Vikram Venkappayya Holla

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Dengue is a common arboviral infection in tropical and sub-tropical areas of the world transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes and caused by infection with one of the 4 serotypes of dengue virus. Neurologic manifestations are increasingly recognised but the exact incidence is unknown. Dengue infection has a wide spectrum of neurological complications such as(More)
We report the case of 3 brothers aged 34, 24, and 22 years, unmarried, who presented to our endocrinology clinic with absence of secondary sexual characters. There was no such history in other siblings, but their maternal uncle had similar complaints. On examination, all 3 had pre-pubertal appearance, voice, and genitalia along with anosmia and bimanual(More)
Opercular syndrome (OPS) is characterized by weakness of facial, masticatory, pharyngeal, laryngeal, tongue and brachial muscles on voluntary command with preservation of emotional and reflexive movements. We report a case of 45year old female who developed the features of OPS due to lesions of bilateral frontal opercular region induced by osmotic(More)
Hirayama disease (HD) is a rare disease commonly seen in India and Japan typically presenting in adolescent age group with male predominance and asymmetrical distal pure motor, lower-motor neuron-type weakness. We report a patient of HD who had significant involvement of proximal periscapular muscles along with typical distal involvement. The patient also(More)
Wilson disease (WD) is one of the few curable movement disorders that manifests with varied presentations so that WD needs to be considered in any patient with a movement disorder under the age of 50 years. Although WD is one of the causes of myoclonus, it is rarely seen in WD and usually as an associated finding. We report a case of an adolescent female(More)
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