Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice
 
 
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November 2014 |
Vol 5 | Issue 5 (Supplement)

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Editorial
Hemodynamic effects of dexmedetomidine during intra-operative electrocorticography for epilepsy surgery
The dominant challenge in epilepsy surgery is precise delineation of the epileptogenic zone in the brain. Noninvasive techniques such as video electroencephalography (EEG), single photon emission comp...
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Editorial
Leprosy: Education as first priority
Most people have sometime in their life heard about leprosy; it has been pointed out as a neglected tropical disease and affects populations on verge of poverty, such as India and Cote D Ivory. Howeve...
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Original Article
The sociodemographic, clinical and pharmacotherapy characteristics influencing quality of life in patients with epilepsy: A cross-sectional study
Context: Quality of life (QOL) assessment in patients with epilepsy (PWE) is increasingly recognized as an important component in the management of epilepsy. Aims: The objective of the p...
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Incorporating patients' perceptions of their health into clinical decision-making processes
In the past two decades, research in epilepsy has shifted from traditional clinical health outcomes such as seizure freedom and number of antiepileptic drugs (AEDs), to more subjective outcomes that i...
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Neurogenic bladder following myelopathies: Has it any correlation with neurological and functional recovery?
Objectives: To observe neurogenic bladder pattern in patients with myelopathy by performing urodynamic study (UDS) and to observe whether it has any correlation with functional and neurological...
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