Aripiprazole-Induced Rabbit Syndrome: How Safe is Its Use in Adolescence?

‘Rabbit syndrome’ is an unusual drug-induced extrapyramidal syndrome (EPS) characterized by rapid chewing movements similar to those made by rabbits, ordinarily faster and more regular than the orofacial tic of tardive dyskinesia; the tongue is spared. Aripiprazole is effective in treating schizophrenia and mania; also approved for use in various child and adolescent groups, autism-related irritability in children.

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Regenerative Therapy for Central Nervous System: A future prospective!!

Stem cell transplantation and identification of molecules have been crucial for regenerative processes for scientific projects. Regenerative process helps in treating Central nervous disorders.

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Secrets of an Endoscopic Master

As millions of people are suffering with chronic back pain because of deterioration of the intervertebral disc from trauma or aging can be cured by moving away from fusion by treating with the pain generator.

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Unusual Epidermoid Cyst

Ziyad Almushayti and Husam Almuhaish of Qassim University, Saudi Arabia report a case of an unusual epidermoid cyst in cerebellopontine angle that appeared hyperdense on computed tomography (CT) scanning, hyperintense on T1-weighted MR images and hypointense on T2/ FLAIRweighted magnetic resonance (MR) images.

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What contributes to Recurrent Vascular Events in patients with Lacunar Stroke???

Lacunar stroke corresponds to 15-25% of all ischemic strokes. Patients with lacunar stroke usually represent a classical lacunar syndrome i.e. ataxic hemiparesis or dysarthria-clumsy hand, sensorimotor stroke, pure sensory syndrome & an atypical lacunar syndrome.

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