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    Academic details MBBS, BJ Medical College with distinction in Preventive Medicine 1958. MD, Medicine from BJ Medical College, Pune 1962. Honorary Assistant Professor of Medicine, BJ Medical College, Pune. Honorary Professor of Neurology at the same institute since 1962-1995. Consultant Physician & Neurologist, Ruby Hall Clinic from 1962 to date. Achievements At present on the Editorial Board of the Journal of the Association of Physicians - India, the National Medical Journal of India, & the Indian Journal of Clinical Medicine. Executive Committee member of the Indian Academy of Neurology 1992-99. Author of approximately 90 papers in National and International journals. Founder Fellow of the Indian College of Physicians and the Indian Academy of Neurology 1996. Internationally recognised work on Organophosphate Poisoning, Neurology of Enteric Fever, Mucormycosis and Indian Variant Motor Neurone Disease. Interests Pesticide Poisoning, Neurological disorders.

Questions Answered by me

I think you are worring too much. Shaking of the hands when kept out stretched, while there is no tremor at rest when hand is on the table etc....

Answered on : 30 Aug 2004

There is no good support system for Parkinson's disease in most cities in India. On the other hand there is a good Multiple Sclerosis Society in...

Answered on : 08 Jul 2004

It appears that your father had an episode of less blood supply to the brain called stroke. Fortunately he has recovered. He should be...

Answered on : 28 Jun 2004

Its clear your father-in-law suffered a very major head injury. The clot that was removed was only a small part of his problem and there are other...

Answered on : 14 Jun 2004

Guillain barre syndrome normally gets better. The course of treatment is plasmapharesis or IVIG. If you have received injections it must be IVIG...

Answered on : 22 May 2004

The best thing in her case is operation and full medical treatment as given. Surgery was necessary. TB is very common in our country and 85% have...

Answered on : 20 May 2004

Epilepsy is usually fully curable. It is known that drugs given for epilepsy when patient is pregnant can harm the baby. The risk is not great...

Answered on : 24 Feb 2004

The condition you describe is hereditary and progressive. I fear there is no new medicine yet for the same. Hereditary diseases are of 2 main...

Answered on : 19 Feb 2004

I regret to say there is no good treatment for congenital myopathy. The nature of your myopathy is unclear. Some myopathies show anticipation i.e...

Answered on : 22 Sep 2003

There will be no effect on the baby due to the brain problem. Pregnancy need not cause any problem to the disc. At time of delivery you need to be...

Answered on : 15 Sep 2003
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