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Mathews Journal of Neurology (MJN; ISSN 2572-6536) is a journal of international repute that publishes a wide range of neurology articles. The journal accepts original research on diverse neurology-related topics, such as neurobiology, neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuronal development, neurosurgery, pediatric neurology, neurological disorders, psychology, depression, anxiety, brain disorders, traumatic brain injury, neuroinflammation, neuropathies, and neurocognition.
The huge global footprint of this journal can be attributed to the fact that it encourages articles incorporating interdisciplinary strategies that integrate cellular, developmental, biophysical, and molecular approaches with a systems approach to motor, sensory, and higher-order cognitive functions. The articles published in this journal aid neurologists interested in acquiring latest information regarding the treatment and diagnosis of neurological disorders.
MJN serves as a premier intellectual forum for the entire neuroscience community by facilitating exchange of ideas and publishing outstanding peer-reviewed original research, editorials, and reviews that are aimed at enhancing patient care and providing insights into brain biology.
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High Visibility: MJN follows an open access policy, which allows published articles to be disseminated across the globe, thereby leading to better visibility for the authors.
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Published : 17th January 2023
Author : Samah Khaled Zahran*
Citation : Zahran SK, et al. (2023). Social Neurocognition: A Brief Review of Some Aspects. Mathews J Neurol. 7(1):22.
Published : 09th January 2023
Authors : Boukadir Chahrazad,* Ouardi Souhila, Bouchaour Smail, Boukhalfa Meriem, Khalfaoui Meriem, Kasmi Lynda, Ali Guechi Yasmine, Lahouassa Khalil, Zemmouchi Nadjoua, Meftah Chanez, Khalef Sadek, Kassouri Nora, Amer El Khedoud Wahiba
Citation : Chahrazad B, et al. (2023). The Different Clinical Phenotypes of Huntington's Disease, About Ten Families. Mathews J Neurol. 7(1):21.
Published : 31st December 2022
Authors : Bita Shalbafan1,*, Seyed Kianoosh Naghibzadeh2, Hajar Aminzadeh3,4, Hossein Lanjanian5,6, Bardia D Baloutch7, Hamid Sajjadi8,9
Citation : Shalbafan B, et al. (2022). Case Report: Optical Coherence Tomography, as a Non-Invasive Approach to Evaluate Intracranial Pressure in Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Patients, as with their Treatment Follow-ups and VP Shunts Reprogramming Procedures. Mathews J Neurol. 6(1):020.
Published : 09th September 2021
Authors : Urvashi Gupta, Shweta Jain, Meenal Dhall*
Citation : Meenal D, et al. Quality of Life, Lifestyle Diseases, Mental Health and Cognitive Functioning: A Neuroanthropological Approach. Mathews J Neurol. 5(1):19
Published : 10th March 2021
Authors : Anna Isayeva, Olena Buriakovska*
Citation : Isayeva A, and Buriakovska O. Sleep Disorders in Patients with Hypertension and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Mathews J Neurol. 5(1): 18.
Published : 03rd December 2019
Authors : Melinda Fejes1*, Beatrix Varga2, Katalin Hollódy3
Citation : Citation: Fejes M. (2019). Does the Quality of Life Study Reflect the Sociodemographic Background of Epileptic Children and Adolescents? Mathews J Neurol. 4(2): 17