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Neurology

All About Brain Aneurysms 1

The Circle of Willis is an important vascular confluence inside the head. It lies at the base of the brain and four major arteries that supply blood to the brain

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Do’s and Don’ts in Epilepsy | Epilepsy First Aid 1

The fact that there is, at present, no cure for epilepsy does not mean that those suffering from this condition cannot live a full and productive life. With the right

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What makes Neuroendoscopy a game-changer? 1

Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) has brought about a huge transformation in the way life-threatening ailments are treated. It has brought hope to millions of patients and their families. To the

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Restless Leg Syndrome: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment 1

Restless Leg Syndrome is a unique condition that affects a smaller percentage of people compared to many other ailments. As the name implies, a person with Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)

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Concussion in Cricket 0

As sportspersons and their fans know, injuries are a part and parcel of sport. From cricket to soccer, rugby to diving, horse-riding to cycling, boxing to equestrian, there are a

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Life after a stroke: Recovery and Rehabilitation 1

An episode of Stroke can be debilitating, or life-changing. Depending on how soon medical help was provided after the attack, the extent of brain tissue damage can be major or

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Cerebral Venous Thrombosis – Symptoms and Treatment 1

The brain needs a steady supply of oxygen-rich blood for proper functioning and this is supplied by the heart through an intricate network of arteries in the brain. The Oxygen

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What is a stroke? – Prevention, Treatment and Recovery 1

What is a stroke? Stroke can be best described as a brain attack. The brain needs a steady supply of oxygen-rich blood to function properly and this is supplied through

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The importance of Brain Health 0

The human brain, along with the spinal cord, constitute the Central Nervous System which controls virtually every single aspect of our existence. From communication to creativity, memory to messaging, balance

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Understanding Bell’s Palsy 0

Palsy is a medical condition that causes muscle weakness, tremors and/or paralysis in the body. Bell’s palsy, also known as acute facial palsy, is said to be present when these

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