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Neurology and Behavioral Sciences
Department of Neurology and Behavioral Sciences
Neurology is a medical specialty focused on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases involving the central (Brain and Spine), peripheral and autonomic nervous systems. Neurological
disorders are those affecting these three systems, including their membranes, blood vessels and effector tissues (muscles).
Neurologists are responsible for the diagnosis, treatment, and management of all diseases and disorders falling under these classifications. When surgical intervention is required the neurologist will refer the cases to a neurosurgeon.
The neurological examination result, involving Mental Status Test, Function test of the cranial nerves, including strength, coordination, reflexes and sensation, determines the existence and the exact location of the problem in the nervous system. This process is called 'Localization of pathology' which is how the neurologist develops the differential diagnosis. Further tests will confirm the diagnosis that will ultimately decide the treatment mode.
Dr Bindu BConsultant Neurologist
MBBS from Govt Thanjavur Medical college; MD Paediatrics from Govt Madras Medical College; DM Neurology. 2003-2006 Govt
Madras Medical College. Well experienced in managing all adult and paediatric neuro emergencies having worked last 20 yrs post
MD in Govt Medical college kottayam and Alappuzha as assistant professor Post MD and later in Corporate Hospital Amrita Institute
of Medical Science as associate Professor Neurology and later joined, Ministry of Health, Salmaniya Medical Complex Bahrain.
Dr Chalam Das Consultant Mental Health
Dr Neena Shilen Consultant Developmental Pediatrician
We have a well equipped full-fledged Neurology Department capable of handling a wide range of neurological disorders. Our state-of-the-art facilities along with neuro surgeons and medical staff are always on stand by to meet any form of neurological emergencies.
Treatments and procedures
Cerebrovascular disease, such as transient ischemic attack and stroke.
Headache disorders such as migraine, cluster headache and tension headache.
Altered mental higher status, encephalopathy, stupor and coma.
Speech and language disorders.
Traumatic brain injury.
Injuries to the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves.
Infections of the Brain (encephalitis), Meninges (meningitis), Spinal cord (myelitis).
Infections of the peripheral nervous system
Neoplasms tumors of the brain and its meninges (brain tumors), spinal cord tumors, tumors of the peripheral nerves (neuroma)
Demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system, such as Multiple sclerosis, and of the peripheral nervous system, such as Guillain-Barr
syndrome and chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP).