58-year old lady presented with right sided facial pain of three days duration. She had noted skin eruptions over the right side of forehead and right upper eyelid. Drooping of right upper eyelid was also noted. She was a diabetic. On examination, vesicular eruptions were noted in the distribution of right V1- ophthalmic division ofContinue reading “HERPES ZOSTER OPHTHALMICUS”


Dystonia refers to sustained, involuntary contractions of muscle groups, resulting into abnormal postures, and is often associated with pain and disability. There are several underlying causes of dystonia, in which case, they are referred to as secondary dystonia. When no obvious cause is identified, it is referred to as primary dystonia. In this video, weContinue reading “POST-ENCEPHALITIC DYSTONIA”

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