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CASE REPORT
Year : 2003  |  Volume : 45  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 59-60

Bilateral Thalamic Infarct with Neuropsychiatric Manifestations


1 Post graduate student, Institute of Mental Health, Medavakkam Tank Road, Chennai - 600 010, India
2 Assistant Professor, Institute of Mental Health, Medavakkam Tank Road, Chennai - 600 010, India
3 Professor, Institute of Mental Health, Medavakkam Tank Road, Chennai - 600 010, India
4 Director, Institute of Mental Health, Medavakkam Tank Road, Chennai - 600 010, India

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S Aravinthan
Post graduate student, Institute of Mental Health, Medavakkam Tank Road, Chennai - 600 010
India
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Thalamic infarcts presenting predominantly with psychiatric manifestations are rather uncommon. They usually have a constellation of neurological and psychiatric symptoms involving altered consciousness, vertical gaze palsy, motor and sensory symptoms with cognitive deficits involving memory. A middle-aged male with Bilateral Thalamic infarct who presented with prominent delusions and cognitive deficits involving memory, orientation and attention despite treatment is here by reported.



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