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Stroke के कारण क्या है ?मस्तिष्क का दौरा / 

  मस्तिष्क का दौरा / Stroke होने के मुख्यतः 2 कारण पाए जाते है। Ischemic Stroke – अरक्तता मस्तिष्क का दौरा  Hemorrhagic Stroke – रक्तस्त्राव मस्तिष्क का दौरा  एक तीसरे प्रकार का भी मस्तिष्क का अस्थाई दौरा होता है जिसमे Stroke के लक्षण कुछ मिनटों से लेकर कुछ घंटो तक ही रहते है और बाद […]


दुश्चिंता (या, व्यग्रता विकार या घबराहट)

दुश्चिंता विकार वर्गीकरण एवं बाह्य साधन साधारण शब्दों में चिंता या घबराहट आने वाले समय में कुछ बुरा या खराब घटने की आशंका होना है जबकि इनका कोई वास्तविक आधार नहीं होता। थोड़ी-बहुत चिन्ता सभी को होती है और यह हमारे लक्ष्य की प्राप्ति या सफलता के लिए आवश्यक भी है। यदि चिंता बहुत बढ़ […]


डिमेंशिया क्या है

Alzheimer’s Disease International के अनुसार 2015 में भारत में करीब 41 लाख लोगों को डिमेंशिया है. इस अनुमान में डिमेंशिया के सभी प्रकार मौजूद हैं, जैसे कि अल्ज़ाइमर रोग (Alzheimer’s Disease), लुई बॉडी डिमेंशिया (Lewy Body Dementia, LBD), वास्कुलर डिमेंशिया (नाड़ी सम्बंधित/ संवहनी मनोभ्रंश) (Vascular dementia), फ्रंटोटेम्पोरल (fronto-temporal dementia, FTD), इत्यादि। रिपोर्ट में लिखा है […]


बुख़ारी दौरे

नन्हें शिशुओं और छोटे बच्चों (६ वर्ष से कम) में बुखार के दौरान आने वाले झटकों, अकड़न और बेहोशी के दौरों को फेब्राइल कन्वल्शन (febrile convulsion या febrile seizure या fever fit) या बुख़ारी दौरे कहते हैं। Springs of health in Great Britain and France (1917) (14782534265) इस दौरान आंखे खुली रह जाती है या […]


बच्चों में मिर्गी

मिर्गी किसी भी आयु के व्यक्ति को हो सकती है। बच्चों में मिर्गी से सम्बन्धित कुछ मुद्दे हैं जो उनके बचपन को प्रभावित कर सकते हैं। कुछ प्रकार की मिर्गी बचपन बीतने के बाद समाप्त हो जातीं हैं। लगभग 70% बच्चे जिनको बचपन में मिर्गी थी, बडे होने पर इससे छुटकारा पा जाते हैं। कुछ […]



वस्तुत: अपस्मार या मिर्गी तंत्रिकातंत्रीय विकार (neurological disorder) के कारण होता है। ये बीमारी मस्तिष्क के विकार के कारण होती है। यानि मिर्गी का दौरा पड़ने पर शरीर अकड़ जाता है जिसको अंग्रेजी में सीज़र डिसॉर्डर ( seizure disorder) भी कहते हैं। वैसे तो इस बीमारी का पता 3000 साल पहले लग चुका था लेकिन […]



एक व्यक्ति एक प्रकार का पागलपन के साथ का निदान किया श्रवण मतिभ्रम, भ्रम, और बेतरतीब और असामान्य सोच और भाषण का प्रदर्शन कर सकते हैं; इस वाक्य के साथ के बारे में सोचा और विषय के प्रवाह की ट्रेन के नुकसान से रेंज कर सकते हैं केवल शिथिल अर्थ, vagueness असंबद्धता, गंभीर मामलों में […]


सिरदर्द या शिरपीड़ा (शिरपीड़ा (Headache) सिर, गर्दन या कभी-कभी पीठ के उपरी भाग के दर्द की अवस्था है। यह सबसे अधिक होने वाली तकलीफ है, जो कुछ व्यक्तियों में बार बार होता है। सिरदर्द की आमतौर पर कोई गंभीर वजह नहीं होती, इसलिए लाइफस्टाइल में बदलाव और रिलैक्सेशन के तरीके सीखकर इसे दूर किया जा […]


 smoking kills

Health Warning: Smoking is injurious to health. It causes cancer, smoking killsDear Anurag Kashyap, You have filed a petition in the Bombay High Court challenging the current censor board notification that mandates certain warning in movies with smoking scenes. As a long-time admirer of your talent, I am truly dismayed. While it’s estimated that tobacco […]


dementia with LB and antipsychotics

“At this point, I am willing to try anything just to keep him safe from hurting himself or anyone else. I hate the feeling of being scared to death of him.”—Lewy Body Dementia Association, “Behavioral Issues” forum participant (9 January 2009).Recurrent visual hallucinations are a core feature of dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB).[1] While the […]



The first-ever randomized controlled clinical trial[1] to test a dietary intervention as a treatment for clinical depression has just been published. I am Dr Drew Ramsey. I am assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University in New York City, and I am reporting for Medscape Psychiatry. I am excited to share the results of […]

Goodbye, Doctor 

© Dr. Rajas Deshpande “Screw this satisfaction. Dump this happiness. Can you try to understand that I am fed up of both?” said Dr. Sahil. He was one of the busiest and most respected specialist in our town.   Surprised at a superspecialist doctor friend speaking this, still impressed by his ability to identify and […]

Diplopia and III, IV and VI Cranial Nerve Lesions

  Causes by anatomical site Anatomy of eye movements Presentation Symptoms Signs/examination Diagnosis/differential diagnosis Investigations Management Prognosis Professional Reference articles are written by UK doctors and are based on research evidence, UK and European Guidelines. They are designed for health professionals to use, so you may find the language more technical than the condition leaflets. […]


This communication is to clarify to all healthcare establishments who hand over their bio-medical wastes to PAHAL, that their total payable amount is to be divided into two portions, and while PAHAL is to be paid for Transportation, MPCC is to be paid separately for Incineration. There are about 65 different establishments, where the PAHAL […]

Stop This Anesthesia  

© Dr. Rajas Deshpande “Why so Doctor? Why cannot my child be like others?” asked the angry mother. Just as I started to reply her, the patient: a 23 year old boy, went into a flurry of jerks. His body stiffened up, his eyes rolled up, and his face turned blue. He was already on […]


genetics and archaeogenetics of the ethnic groups of South Asia 

The study of the genetics and archaeogenetics of the ethnic groups of South Asia aims at uncovering these groups’ genetic history. The geographic position of India makes Indian populations important for the study of the early dispersal of all human populations on the Eurasian continent. R Studies based on mtDNA variation have reported genetic unity […]


Toba Tek Singh

Below is the full text of Saadat Hassan Manto’s short story “Toba Tek Singh” variously titled as “The Exchange of Lunatics” and “The Insane Asylum”. Manto wrote this short story in the wake of the Partition of the Indian Subcontinent at the time of Independence from the British Raj. It is considered one of the […]

What Is Encephalitis?

Encephalitis, or inflammation of the brain tissue, is rare, affecting about one in 200,000 people each year in the U.S. When it strikes, it can be very serious, causing personality changes, seizures, weakness, and other symptoms depending on the part of the brain affected. Children, the elderly, and those with a weak immune system are […]

What is herpes meningoencephalitis?

The meninges are the layers of thin tissue that cover your brain. If these tissues become infected, it’s called meningitis. When your brain becomes inflamed or infected, the problem is called encephalitis. If both the meninges and the brain are infected, the condition is called meningoencephalitis. Encephalitis involving herpes is a medical emergency. It needs […]

The business of vaccines 

Today the vaccine market is worth close to $24 billion. The report titled ‘Global Human Vaccines Market 2016-2020’ gives an “in-depth analysis” of the possible revenues and “emerging market trends” globally. According to the Press Release: The report study indicates that the introduction of new products is fueling the growth of the market. Moreover, the […]


Depressive disorder. Familial? in Maurya Empire

The great king beloved of God also known as Ashoka the great marked his territory by building Imperial pillars on which he inscribed his eddicts. In one of the eddicts he is depicted as suffering-from weight on his mind. Comming post Kalinga war it is said to represent the remorse that Ashoka felt for the […]

 it is lawyers and doctors now

In an important decision Hon’ble Supreme Court of India said, that if the advise of a lawyer goes wrong in some way, even than no case under section 420 IPC or something like that can be registered against him/her. Though Supreme Court also said that Lawyer should take care of the interests of his/her clients. […]

dr rakesh sinha

How he got hooked on the path of self developmentI got exposed to self-development in 1989. I was in UK, visiting a hospital and I came across a video cassette by Tom Peters called In Search of Excellence. It educated me a lot and I realised that just as business people get educated, I needed […]

Meet Dr Rakesh Sinha, the orator surgeon who teases Guinness – Life and style

How to (seriously) read a scientific paper

Credit: Y.Arcurs/iStockphoto By Elisabeth PainMar. 21, 2016 , 1:15 PM Adam Ruben’s tongue-in-cheek column about the common difficulties and frustrations of reading a scientific paper broadly resonated among Science Careers readers. Many of you have come to us asking for more (and more serious) advice on how to make sense of the scientific literature, so […]


The best hospitals

Healthcare has become extraordinarily complex — the balance of quality against cost, and of technology against humanity, are placing ever-increasing demands on clinicians. These challenges require extraordinary leaders. Doctors were once viewed as ill-prepared for leadership roles because their selection and training led them to become “heroic lone healers.” But this is changing. The emphasis […]

 Trump has more psychopathic traits than Hitler

In August, President Obama had called Trump ‘unfit to serve as president’ An Oxford study claimed Trump has more psychopathic traits than Hitler  Three leading professors of psychiatry from America’s prestigious universities have written to President Barack Obama, expressing their “grave concern” over his successor Donald Trump’s mental stability. This, however, is not the first […]

Naked Cavemen, Einstein and Calvin Klein

© Dr. Rajas Deshpande Lower courts give judgements. Higher courts change them. Higher courts give judgements, other benches change them. Government fights with courts. All of them work less than 8 hours (few exceptions) and have sumptuous vacations. Judges without medical training will decide about medico-legal cases. But any of them do not require exams […]

Beautiful Minds

Welcome!Beautiful Minds is a leader in the provision of educational programs that focus on positive mental health and the reduction of stigma. We work with schools, social agencies, and community partners to develop, promote, and deliver programming that increases knowledge and promotes positive attitudes towards mental health, thus reducing stigma. Clearly, a focus on prevention […]

A cat owner has sued an Islamabad veterinarian

A cat owner has sued an Islamabad veterinarian, accusing him of negligence that allegedly led to her cat’s death, the media reported on Wednesday.Mismah Sundus told Dawn she took her two-month-old cat for a routine check-up to Faisal Khan’s clinic in Sector F-7 of the Pakistan capital. “My cat was admitted to the hospital and […]

 What can I do to help someone who may be suicidal?

Take it seriously. Myth: The people who talk about it don’t do it. Studies have found that more than 75% of all completed suicides did things in the few weeks or months prior to their deaths to indicate to others that they were in deep despair. Anyone expressing suicidal feelings needs immediate attention. Myth: Anyone […]


The Pride Principle

© Dr. Rajas Deshpande “Sir, we are screwed. The Chief Minister and other ministers have closed all doors, they won’t respond. Our careers are in grave danger. Can you please help us?” I frantically spoke. From the other end of the phone, the Don, Dr. Nitu Mandke answered: “See me at my home at 12 […]

communist leaders.inside story

Haven’t you noticed that all of the top communist leaders came from upper classes of their societies and from wealthy families? Lenin was from the nobility (his father was awarded the Order of St. Vladmir and his mother was quite rich).   Karl Marx came from a fairly rich family that owned a lot of […]

The cord blood stem cell banking scam

Every parent who delivers in an up-market hospital in India today is told by their doctor to go ahead and store their umbilical cord blood stem cells of the baby. They made a lot of promises about how valuable these stem cells are; about how in case the baby has a problem in the future […]





Hillary Clinton/Flickr/Neverbutterfly If it wasn’t clear before, last Monday’s Presidential debate made it so: the 2016 Presidential election is not an election of policy; it is an election of personality. Although the first five minutes or so of the debate concerned economic policy, the remainder of the debate largely resembled a public personality interview, with […]


A Psychological Analysis of Donald Trump

7 months agoby Dr. Bilal GhandourAdd Comment trump Dr. Bilal Ghandour Written by Dr. Bilal Ghandour Love him, hate him but can you feel sorry for him? Donald Trump’s personality analyzed Ask anyone what they think of Donald Trump and you are almost guaranteed one of two instantaneous – almost reflexive – reactions: “He is […]


APA Headlines: Extremely High Or Low Resting Heart Rates In Young Men May Predict Psychiatric Illness Later In Life, Study Suggests

Extremely high or low resting heart rates in young men may predict psychiatric illness later in life, a large new study has found. Researchers used heart rate and blood pressure data gathered at Swedish military inductions from 1969 to 2010, and linked them with information from the country’s detailed health records through the end of […]


U.S. Mental Health Chief: Psychiatry Must Get Serious about Mathematics

The US National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) has a new director. On September 12, psychiatrist Joshua Gordon took the reins at the institute, which has a budget of US$1.5 billion. He previously researched how genes predispose people to psychiatric illnesses by acting on neural circuits, at Columbia University in New York. His predecessor, Thomas […]


Combined DNA Index System(codis)databank

Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) is the United States national DNA database created and maintained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. CODIS consists of three levels of information; Local DNA Index Systems (LDIS) where DNA profiles originate, State DNA Index Systems (SDIS) which allows for laboratories within states to share information, and the National DNA […]


Here’s how a $50 drug ends up costing you $700 in America’s healthcare system

LINETTE LOPEZ Pharmacists around the country are agitated. For years they’ve been watching their customers struggle to pay for prescription drugs, even when they have generic or over-the-counter alternatives. These drugs are supposed to treat simple, everyday ailments, like acid reflux and heartburn. In the case of acid reflux, the drug in question is Nexium, […]



Do all corporate hospitals overcharge. I don’t think so.Big hospital bills is not only a question of ethics but of intricacies of daily practice. If one were to take a patient of an ordinary complaints like prilonged diahorrea to a general practitioner he would diagnose it amoebic and treat accordingly perhaps without investigations. The same […]

medical negligence” and “malpractice” 

In our previous medico-legal articles we have used the term “medical negligence” and “malpractice” several times. In general, these two terms have been used interchangeably, whereas, in legal aspect they have a subtle difference in the definition of these two terms. A knowledge of this difference may often lessen the legal burden for an accused […]


Does India have a rational and robust right-wing intellectual class?

Does India have a rational and robust right-wing intellectual class? Does the BJP have intellectual heft? Many of those who do not think of themselves as belonging to the Right have answered the questions with a resounding ‘no’.URA’S BOOK RELEASE ‘HINDUTVA OR HIND SWARAJ Modern historian Ramachandra Guha has done so repeatedly. He said in […]

Medical torture

See also: Unethical human experimentation Medical torture describes the involvement of, or sometimes instigation by, medical personnel in acts of torture, either to judge what victims can endure, to apply treatments which will enhance torture, or as torturers in their own right. Medical torture overlaps with medical interrogation if it involves the use of professional […]


List of medical ethics cases

Some cases have been remarkable for starting broad discussion and for setting precedent in medical ethics. Contents Research Edit Research case country location year summary Psychosurgery 1880s Psychosurgery (also called neurosurgery for mental disorder) has a long history. During the 1960s and 1970s, it became the subject of increasing public concern and debate, culminating in […]


States of America v. Karl Brandt, et al.) was the first of 12 trials for war crimes of German doctors that the United States authorities held in their occupation zone in Nuremberg, Germany, after the end of World War II. These trials were held before US military courts, not before the International Military Tribunal, but […]

Bullying in medicine

This article primarily concerns bullying involving physicians. For bullying involving nurses, see Bullying in nursing. Bullying in the medical profession is common, particularly of student or trainee physicians. It is thought that this is at least in part an outcome of conservative traditional hierarchical structures and teaching methods in the medical profession which may result […]



Anti-psychiatry is the view that psychiatric treatments are often more damaging than helpful to patients, and a movement opposing such treatments for almost two centuries. It considers psychiatry a coercive instrument of oppression due to an unequal power relationship between doctor and patient, and a highly subjective diagnostic process.[1][2] Anti-psychiatry originates in an objection to […]

Fee splitting

Fee splitting is the practice of sharing fees with professional colleagues, such as physicians or lawyers, in return for being sent referrals[1] Contents Fee splitting in medicine and healthcare Edit This is essentially the payment of a commission to the referrer with the express intention of ensuring that the referring doctor directs referrals of patients […]