Question Category: Neurology
What is the differential diagnosis of tumors or space occupying lesions in the region of clivus or pituitary gland?
I had attended a child 2 days back, he complained of falling from height with vomiting. It was head injury, vomiting without any other signs...
11yrs male child returned back from Chennai 4 days back presented with 1 day h/o fever and 2 episodes of gen seizures. After that child has ...
What is the difference between drowsiness, stupendous, semi-coma and coma?
What is gnathic index? 2) What is balanced translocation? 3) In case of hypotonic cerebral palsy when lesion is cerebral? how can a cerebral...
Respected sir, Hypotonic cerebral palsy is a very rare condition. Hence most books have mentioned about it briefly. Please give me more info...
Why is there pooling of secretions in throat in cerebral palsy ? Which are the cephalosporins effective against salmonella typhi? Can we get...
What is the clinical significance of primitive reflex? Why does cataract occur in congenital rubella syndrome? where is the site of lesion ...
I am from Pakistan, i had a baby boy three months ago. His Apgor score was 7. He didn't cry for 10-12 minutes. The Doctor suggested mild asp...
Dear Sir, 30 months old female born prematurely with no complication. She looks normal apart from increased tendon reflexes in the knee join...
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