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Published : 15th February 2023
Authors : Bita Shalbafan1,*, Seyed Kianoosh Naghibzadeh2, Hajar Aminzadeh3,4, Hossein Lanjanian5,6, Bardia D Baloutch7, Katayon Berjis8, Hamid Sajjadi9,10
Citation : Shalbafan B, et al. (2023). Case Report: An IIH Induced Endometriosis that Diagnosed by OCT, and Revealed Ten Years Dilemma of HPG Axis Dysfunction due to Pressure Effect of CSF on Pituitary Stalk. Mathews J Neurol. 7(1):23.
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.