Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice
 
 
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October-December 2014 |
Vol 5 | Issue 4

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Editorial
Lightning medicine in rural practice
With reference to the article by Bhargava AN, Kasundra GM, Khichar S and Bhushan BSK entitled 'Lightning strike induced brachial plexopathy'. [1] I think the Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practi...
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Editorial
Intracranial hypertension: Is it primary, secondary, or idiopathic?
Intracranial hypertension is a rare disorder that, if not properly diagnosed, can result in morbidities such as vision loss and chronic pain. The case report by Reddy et al. in this issue of the Journ...
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Original Article
Accuracy of clinical stroke scores for distinguishing stroke subtypes in resource poor settings: A systematic review of diagnostic test accuracy
Background: Stroke is the second leading cause of death globally. Computerized tomography is used to distinguish between ischemic and hemorrhagic subtypes, but it is expensive and unavailable i...
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Atypical presentations of chronic subdural hematomas
The article by Alugolu [1] describes atypical neurological presentation of the chronic subdural hematoma. This case confirms the statement that the medicine is not like mathematics. Sometimes radiolog...
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Original Article
Neurogenic vision loss: Causes and outcome. An experience from a tertiary center in Northern India
Introduction: Vision loss can be a consequence of numerous disorders of eye and neural pathway conveying visual input to brain. A variety of conditions can affect visual pathway producing neuro...
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