Dr Vinay Goyal
MBBS, MD, DM
Additional Professor,
Room No. 706 Department of Neurology
Neurosciences Centre, AIIMS.
Phone No – 0091-11-26588700 Extn 3491.
0091-11-26594210
drvianygoyal@hotmail.com

Dr Viany Goyal’s  areas of interest are movement disorders and neuro-infectious diseases.  He is actively involved in injecting Botulinum toxin in spasticity and various dystonias with special interest in spasmodic dysphonia. He has been trained in Intrathecal baclofen pump program (European Continuing Medical Training) at Oslo, Norway, and is regularly monitoring the Function and installation of baclofen pumps in patients with spasticity. Dr Vinay has undergone training at Kings college London for Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery in various movement disorders and has been actively involved in the installation of DBS in these patients. He has been trained in specialized neuro-muscular disorders at program organized by Institute of Myologie, AFM, Paris, France and has been doing Plasma-pharesis in various neurological disorders. He has special interest in Entrapment neuropathies (especially carpal tunnel syndrome) and its management and has been involved in Stem cell therapy trial in Acute ischemic stroke.

Important Publications

1.      Goyal V, Sood R. Raised intracranial pressure. In Emergency Medicine, ed. Agrawal AK, Jaypee brothers publications Ltd, New Delhi, 2005: 318-326

2.      Prasad K, Goyal V. “Neurological practice- An Indian Perspective” ed. Wadia NH. Elsevier publication, New Delhi 2005: 309-335

3.      Goyal V, Garg A. Management of Parkinson’s disease. CME 2005 book, East Delhi Physicians Association. 2005: 55-57

4.      Goyal V, Tripathi M. Sunflower cataract in Wilson’s disease. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry.2000, 69: 133

5.      Goyal V, Tripathi. Stroke and intravenous immunoglobin. Neurology Asia 2005; 10: 125-26

6.      Goyal V, Bordia A. Hypoglycemic effect of chloroquine. J Assoc Physicians Ind. 1995, 43(1): 17-18

7.      Goyal V, Behari M. Botulinum Toxin in Hemifacial Spasm. J Assoc Physicians Ind. 1998, 46(12): 1021-23

8.      Behari M, Goyal V.  Botulinum Toxin A: From toxin to therapeutic agent (Review Article).  J Assoc Physicians Ind. 2000, 48: 225-33

9.      Goyal V. Hypoglycemic complication of quinine. (Letter to Editor). J Assoc Physicians Ind. 2000, 48: 259

10.  Goyal V, Bhatia M, Padma MV, Jain S, Maheshawari MC. Electrophysiological evaluation of 140 hands with carpal tunnel syndrome. J Assoc Physicians Ind 2001, 49: 1070-73

11.  Goyal V, Behari M. Dystonia as presenting manifestation of ataxia telangiectasia: A case report. Neurol Ind 2002; 50; 187-189

12.  Goyal V, Bhatia, Behari M. Carpal tunnel syndrome after 22 years of Colle’s fracture. Short communication. Neurol Ind  2003: 51: 113-14

13.  Goyal V, Misra B, Singh S, Prasad K, Behari M. Acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (AIDP) in patients with pregnancy. Neurol Ind 2004; 52: 283-84

14.  Goyal V, Bhatia M, Behari M. Increased depressant effect of phenytoin sodium as compared to carbamazepine on cortical excitability: A transcranial magnetic evaluation. Neurol Ind 2004; 52: 224-27

15.  Panda S, Goyal V, Gupta V, Singh S, Srivastava T, Padma MV, Behari M.  Vertebrobasilar dolichoectasia presenting as lower cranial nerve palsy: A case report. Neurol Ind  2004; 52: 279-80

16.  Panda S, Goyal V, Singh S, Srivastava T, Behari M. Myasthenic crisis: A retrospective study. Neurol Ind  2004; 52: 453-56