Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice
 
 
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January-March 2016 |
Vol 7 | Issue 1

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Editorial
Intravenous thrombolysis: Still an important tool in the management of severe ischemic stroke patients
Stroke continues to be the second leading cause of death worldwide. This mortality burden has come with more than a doubling of the stroke incidence in low- and middle-income countries, surpassing t...
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Editorial
Neurologic complications and good outcomes from dengue virus infections
If there were doubts about the neurologic importance of dengue virus infection, the current paper by Dr. Pal et al., “Clinico-radiological Profile and Outcome of Dengue Patients with Central N...
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Original Article
Results of early cranial decompression as an initial approach for damage control therapy in severe traumatic brain injury in a hospital with limited resources
Introduction: Severe traumatic brain injury (sTBI) is a disease that generates significant mortality and disability in Latin America, and specifically in Colombia. The purpose of this study w...
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Editorial
The role of imaging in Hirayama disease
In the article “imaging in Hirayama disease: A case series,” the authors reported three cases of young Indian male patients with Hirayama disease (HD). They all presented the typical cli...
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Original Article
Hindi translation and evaluation of psychometric properties of Craig Hospital Inventory of Environmental Factors instrument in spinal cord injury subjects
Introduction: The Craig Hospital Inventory of Environmental Factors instrument (CHIEF) is one of the few tools to assess the environmental barriers. The purpose of this study was to translate...
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