Osmania Medical College and Osmania General Hospital
Osmania Medical College and Osmania General Hospital
Duseja A.,Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research |
Singh S.P.,SCB Medical College |
Saraswat V.A.,Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences |
Acharya S.K.,All India Institute of Medical Sciences |
And 12 more authors.
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hepatology | Year: 2015
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is closely associated with metabolic syndrome. Prevalence of metabolic risk factors including diabetes mellitus, obesity, etc. is rapidly increasing in India putting this population at risk for NAFLD. Patients with NAFLD are at increased risk for liver-related morbidity and mortality and also cardiovascular disease risk and increased incidence of diabetes mellitus on long-term follow-up. Management of patients with NAFLD may require a multi-disciplinary approach involving not only the hepatologists but also the internists, cardiologists, and endocrinologists. This position paper which is a combined effort of the Indian National Association for Study of the Liver (INASL), Endocrine Society of India (ESI), Indian College of Cardiology (ICC) and the Indian Society of Gastroenterology (ISG) defines the spectrum of NAFLD and the association of NAFLD with insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome besides suggesting preferred approaches for the diagnosis and management of patients with NAFLD in the Indian context. © 2015 INASL.
Tandon N.,All India Institute of Medical Sciences |
Tandon N.,Indraprastha Apollo Hospital |
Kalra S.,Bharti Hospital and BRIDE |
Balhara Y.P.S.,All India Institute of Medical Sciences |
And 15 more authors.
Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism | Year: 2015
As injectable therapies such as human insulin, insulin analogs, and glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists are used to manage diabetes, correct injection technique is vital for the achievement of glycemic control. The forum for injection technique India acknowledged this need for the first time in India and worked to develop evidence-based recommendations on insulin injection technique, to assist healthcare practitioners in their clinical practice.
Radhakrishna H.,Osmania Medical College and Osmania General Hospital |
Vajreswari,National Institute of Nutrition
Journal of Association of Physicians of India | Year: 2012
A 29 year old male patient presented with progressive spastic paraparesis of three years duration. He also had gait ataxia which led to recurrent falls. In addition, there was pigmentation of the skin creases, tongue and buccal mucosa. His clinical course was remarkable by recurrent episodes of diarrhea, pulmonary tuberculosis. The investigatory work up showed a normal MRI scan of the brain, spinal cord and normal abdominal structures. The basal serum cortisol levels were low. Adrenomyeloneuropathy was diagnosed and he was started on corticosteroid supplementation. Mineralocorticoid supplementation also is planned in the follow up. The case is being presented for its rarity. © JAPI.
Madhuri V.,Osmania Medical College and Osmania General Hospital |
Chandra S.,Osmania Medical College and Osmania General Hospital |
Jabbar A.,Osmania Medical College and Osmania General Hospital
Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology | Year: 2010
Caroid Imaging is the Gold Standard that provides useful information about the structure and function of carotid arteries. It is used to measure carotid intima-media thickness and provides useful information about the cardiovascular status of an individual so that early preventive measures for any future risk can be introduced. High resolution B-mode ultrasound imaging has emerged as one of the methods of choice for determining the anatomic extent of atherosclerosis and its progression and for assessing cardiovascular risks. These measurements correlate well with other pathologic changes. The present study was undertaken to see the relation of the intimal thickening with age using B-mode carotid ultrasound imaging technique. 60 subjects in the age group of 20-85 years were included in the study. As arterial parameters are markedly altered by essential hypertension and other risk factors, subjects showing these risk factors were excluded. A significant association between advancing age and intima-media thickness (P<0.0000001) was found and increase in the luminal diameter of the carotid arteries was observed but it was not statistically significant (P>0.05). Age is an independent risk factor for increased IMT which predicts future coronary events. The intima media thickness (IMT) of the common carotid artery measured by ultrasound imaging has been shown to be reliable and early marker of systemic atherosclerosis. Routine use of this technique in clinical settings could improve our ability to decide on preventive therapies to reduce the risk for development of clinical symptoms.
PubMed | Osmania Medical College and Osmania General Hospital
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Indian journal of endocrinology and metabolism | Year: 2012
Pregnancy is a period that places great physiological stress on both the mother and the fetus. When pregnancy is compounded by endocrine disorders such as hypothyroidism, the potential for maternal and fetal adverse outcomes can be immense. While a lot of attention has been focused on the adverse fetal outcomes consequent to hypothyroidism, attention is also being gradually directed towards the adverse maternal outcomes of this disorder. Role of antibody positivity in influencing outcomes in a euthyroid woman, also needs further clarification. Prompt diagnosis and treatment of hypothyroidism in pregnancy is very essential. Subclinical hypothyroidism also needs to be detected and treated to prevent adverse outcomes, especially maternal. Since women with hypothyroidism during pregnancy, especially of the autoimmune variety might have a flare up of the disorder post-partum, or might continue to require thyroxine replacement post-partum, adequate follow-up is mandatory. While targeted case finding is generally practised, recent evidence seems to indicate that universal screening might be a better option. In conclusion, routine screening, early confirmation of diagnosis and prompt treatment. Allied with regular post-partum follow up, is required to ensure favourable maternal and fetal outcomes.