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Current Issue

July-September 2019| Vol 7| Issue 3

Editorial

Editorial

Dear Colleagues, It gives us an immense pleasure to keep this issue of APIK Journal of Internal Medicine in your hands published by international publishers, Wolters Kluwer – Medknow. The journ...


Guest Editorial

A sneak peek into channelopathies

Channelopathies are a group of familial diseases associated featuring myotonia and/or hypotonic paralysis, caused by defective ion channels. Hypotonic variants are associated with hyperkalemia, hypo...


Review Article

Hyponatremia: A clinician's perspective

Hyponatremia is a commonly encountered clinical problem by all physicians. It is classified according to volume status as hypovolemic, euvolemic, or hypervolemic hyponatremia. The clinical presentatio...


Review Article

Medical education in India: Past, present, and future

Medical education in global context has evolved over a period of time and so in India. With changing community needs, educational advancements and technological revolutions, we need to update the meth...


Original Article

Secondary hypokalemic periodic paralysis: A study of a case series

Background: Periodic paralysis is a group of heterogeneous disorders of different etiologies, with episodic, short-lived, and hyporeflexic skeletal muscle weakness, with or without myotonia. Th...


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APIK Journal of Internal Medicine, a publication of Association of Physicians of India, Karnataka Chapter, Bangalore, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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