Volume 3 Issue 2

Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome (PRES) Associated with Papilledema Mimicking Multiple Sclerosis and Boomerang Sign on Imaging: Report of Two Cases

Rajendra Singh Jain, Ibraheem Khan and Reyaz Ahmad
Posterior reversible encephalopathy is a clinical syndrome of acute neurological symptoms like disturbed vision, headache, and altered mental state in the setting of renal failure, heart failure, blood pressure fluctuations, cytotoxic & anti-epileptic drug overdose or withdrawal, autoimmune disorder and eclampsia leading to sub cortical vasogenic edema as a result of endothelial injury.

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Proceedings of the Third Neurological Disorders Summit (NDS-2017)

Discovery of genetic influence on craving by Blum, and Noble allowed more research on genetic determinants of mental and physical health. It led to DNA Customization of nutraceutical products in humans. One such product KB220Z has been shown to reduce cravings by influencing gene expression. This and other products have made neuro-nutrigenomics an important field of scientific investigation.

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