Volume-5 And Issue-2 of Telangana journal of psychiatry (2019)
1. Bhagavad Gita By Shri Krishna - A Model For Psychiatrist
Author : Sai Krishna Puli
Page No : 82-83
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.018
Every day in life we have a choice – to do what is right and to uphold the truth or not. Each of us either consciously or unconsciously understands the difference. In this path, we often encounter several conflicts in our mind and heart and try to resolve them by making logical decisions. Krishna, in Bhagavad Gita1 has explained that &ldqu...
2. Presidential Address
Author : Mayurnath Reddy
Page No : 84-89
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.019
I am honored and privileged to have been elected as The President.
3. Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation In Psychiatry: Clinical Neurobiology & Translational Implications
Author : Ganesan Venkatasubramanian
Page No : 90-91
DOI : https://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.020
Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is a safe, welltolerated, non-invasive, neuromodulation technique that applies direct current (in the range of 1-2 mA) using bioconducting electrodes; tDCS causes polarity-specific neuromodulation of underTranscranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is a safe, welltolerated, non-invasive, neuromod...
4. Social Psychiatry – Why Is It Important In Clinical Practice?
Author : Roy Abraham Kallivayalil ,Arun Enara
Page No : 90-93
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.021
Introduction “Man is the only animal for whom, his own existence is a problem, which he has to solve”. - Eric Fromm There have been rapid advances in neurosciences today, leading to higher expectations for Psychiatry to “cure” mental illnesses. The new psychopharmacological agents were often seen as the answer to many men...
5. The Gut-brain Connection: A Qualitative Review Of The Conceptualisation And Implications Of The Gut-brain-microbiome Axis
Author : Suhas Chandran ,S M Manohari,Vijaya Raman
Page No : 94-103
DOI : https://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.022
Current research shows that the gastro-intestinal and central nervous systems are linked by multiple interconnecting layers and have been known to continually influence each other’s actions. The enteric nervous system, vagus, hypothalamic pituitary axis, and the local endocrine system are few of the components of this complex system, formi...
6. Correlation Between Age Of Onset Of Drinking Dyscontrol And Alcohol Related Milestones
Author : Kirankumar N Vaghia
Page No : 104-107
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.023
Introduction: There has been association between a lowered age of onset and increased severity of alcoholism and subsequent development of alcohol dependence. This study was carried out to evaluate if any correlation exists between age of onset of drinking dyscontrol and alcohol associated milestones in male subjects a...
7. A Study Of Psychological Distress In Caregivers Of Schizophrenia Patients
Author : Prathyusha Mikkilineni,Sabari Sridhar O T ,B Srinivasan,Kailash S
Page No : 108-112
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.024
Introduction: Mental illness in a family member can be a huge burden and problematic on the care givers and family. The study was conducted with the aim of assessing the psychological distress and caregiver burden among care givers of schizophrenia patients.
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8. A Study Of Emotional Intelligence, Perceived Stress And Coping In Final Year Medical Undergraduates
Author : Amit Nagdive,PB Behere,Kanika Kumar ,Rouchelle Fernandes,Sachchhil Sonone
Page No : 113-116
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.025
The term “Emotional Intelligence” (EI) describes the “ability to monitor one’s own and others’ feelings and emotions, to discriminate between them and to use the information to guide one’s thinking and actions. It helps people to cope better and therefore is required in medical students to cope with everyday s...
9. Sexual Dysfunction In Male Patients With Alcohol Dependence Syndrome – A Case-control Study
Author : Pavan Kumar Kadiyala
Page No : 117-123
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.026
Introduction and Aim: Alcohol may foster the initiation of sexual activity by removing inhibitions, but it impairs performance in the long-run, which leads to marked discomfort and relationship problems. These problems, in turn, would amplify alcohol misuse. Some studies have looked into sexual dysfunction due to alcohol, b...
10. Presentation Of Depression: Its Relationship With Stigma And Sociodemographic Variables In A Tertiary Care Centre
Author : Uday Sankar Mandal,Arijit Mondal ,Chiranjib Ray
Page No : 124-132
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.027
Introduction: Symptomatology of any illness is not only the expression of a pathological process in an individual, but depends upon many factors, such as environment, socio- demographic and cultural back ground and the same thing is also applicable for depression. There are plenty of studies worldwide to supp...
11. A Study Of Prevalance Of Internet Addiction And Its Association With Depression And Anxiety Among Medical Students
Author : Alok N Ghanate ,Dilpreet Kaur Jattana,Vani Vijra,Abdul Rafe Muqtadeer Baig
Page No : 133-140
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.028
Introduction: With the advent of technology, medical education has been transformed to the extent that internet has become a necessary part of it. The use of Internet ranges from purely academic purposes like acquisition of knowledge and research to completely leisure activities. While proper use of internet has its own ben...
12. Co-morbidity Of Depression And Disability In Patients With Alcohol Dependence Syndrome
Introduction: Alcohol Use Disorders and Depression are among the leading causes of disability in the world according to WHO. But there are limited studies assessing comorbidity of depression and disability in Alcohol dependence syndrome and whether disability in alcohol dependant patients is due to depression or Alcohol Dep...
13. A Study Of Incidence Of Bipolar Disorder In Patients Treated For Major Depression
Author : Dhiraj D Kandre ,Poorav Patel
Page No : 146-152
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.030
Aim: Recurrent episodes of depression are common in both unipolar and bipolar disorder, but diagnostic and clinical problem with bipolar mood disorder is that hypomanic episodes usually go unnoticed by caretakers and clinicians. Several studies have indicated that if carefully looked for, 25% of patients with major depressi...
14. A Series Of Case Reports Of Reintegration Of Persons With Mental Illness With Their Family Members
Author : G Sanjeevani,S Sireesha,Sanchita Gour,Shruthi Agnihotri
Page No : 153-154
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.031
Person with Mental Illness (PWMI) during the course of illness may get separated from their families due to their psychopathology or cognitive distortions. They may forget their identity and address of family, wander away to distant places. Because of illness person may have poor self-care, aggressive behaviour and wandering on roads. These may ...
15. They Had To Do It: A Case Series Of Compulsive Insertions
Author : P Kishan,Rishi Raj Mohammed,P Sai Krishna,Sphurti Pusukuri
Page No : 155-157
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.032
Introduction The behavioural phenomenon of insertion of foreign objects into bodily orifices is common among young children which happens by accident and is a particular trait of SmithMagenis syndrome. 1 In adults it may reflect risk taking behaviour, sexual experimentation or drug trafficking. It is a symptom manifestation of conditions includi...
16. Hard To Swallow, Harder To Digest: Bezoars Seen In Psychiatric Conditions
Introduction Bezoars are retained concretions of indigestible foreign material that accumulate and conglomerate in the G.I tract most commonly in the stomach. The term Bezoar comes from the Persian “pahnzehr” and the Arabic “badzehr” both of which mean counter-poison or anti dote. Bezoars can be classified into 4 types ba...
17. Dr Jaswant Singh Neki
Author : Madhur Rathi
Page No : 161-163
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.034
Introduction Dr Neki was born in village Murid, Distt. Jhelum (Pakistan), on 27th August, 1925. His father, S. Hari Gulab Singh and his mother, Smt. Sita Wanti were both God-fearing individuals. 1 When he was an infant, his parents shifted to Quetta (Baluchistan). He joined Khalsa High School in Quetta, from where he matriculated in 1941 securin...
18. M. Sarada Menon
Author : Siva Anoop Yella
Page No : 164-166
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.035
Dr. M. Sarada Menon is the first woman psychiatrist in India internationally reputed Psychiatrist, and passionate about rehabilitation who held the post of Superintendent of the Institute of Mental Health, Chennai for over 18 years. She was the founder of SCARF (Schizophrenia Research Foundation). She was largely instrumental in getting the annu...
19. Mental Health Status Of Tribal School Going Adolescents: A Study From Rural Community Of Ranchi, Jharkhand
Author : Arif Ali
Page No : 167-167
DOI : http://doi.org/10.18231/j.tjp.2019.036
In the article published in the Telangana Journal of Psychiatry, January- June 2016: 2 (1):38-41, titled 'Mental health status of tribal school going adolescents: A study from rural community of Ranchi, Jharkhand, the sentences in the introductory paragraph (….Adolescence is often described as a period of stress and strain.