Avinash G Kamath

Avinash G Kamath
Manipal Academy of Higher Education | MAHE · Department of Psychiatry

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Introduction
Avinash G Kamath currently works at the Department of Psychiatry, Manipal Academy of Higher Education.Their most recent publication is 'Risperidone Induced Granulomatous Mastitis Secondary to Hyperprolactinemia in a Non-Pregnant Woman-A Rare Case Report in a Bipolar Disorder'.

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There has been a lack of studies on bullying in non-western low-income and middle-income countries. This study reported the prevalence of traditional victimization, cybervictimization, and the combination of these, in 13 European and Asian countries, and explored how psychiatric symptoms were associated with victimization. The data for this cross-s...
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Poised to have the highest number of young people in the world, India will have the onus of providing adequate mental health resources to a demographic considered among the most vulnerable with regard to mental well-being. While the Mental Healthcare Act 2017 pushed for greater accountability and care in supporting individuals with mental illness,...
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Idiopathic granulomatous lesion is a rare entity of the breast seen in young-middle aged women. Diagnosis and management of granulomatous lesions with known aetiology does not impose major clinical problems. However, most often these lesions are undetected or unnoticed due to lack of timely diagnosis and inappropriate management, as primarily it is...
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Clozapine is known to be an effective antipsychotic for schizophrenia. Cardiovascular complications associated with initiation of clozapine include tachycardia, postural hypotension, and myocarditis. Factors associated with development of cardiovascular adverse events are not clearly known, and dose titration has been described to be one among the...

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