Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment is an international, peer reviewed, open access journal publishing on all aspects of neuropsychiatric and neurological disorders. The journal is characterized by the rapid reporting of new and emerging clinical or pre-clinical studies, pharmacology and therapeutic strategies to overcome a wide range of conditions as well as the diagnosis, prognosis, epidemiology and genetic associations of these diseases.
Published under the auspices of the French Society of Clinical Neurophysiology (Société de Neurophysiologie Clinique de Langue Française). Clinical Neurophysiology delivers the most recent and prominent developments in neurophysiologic investigations of the central and peripheral nervous system, and of the muscle of healthy or ill human beings and animals. Regular sections include original research, general reviews, short communications and a correspondence section which increase knowledge, provide guidelines and stimulate research in the field.
For key insights into today's practice of pediatric neurology, Neuropediatrics is the worldwide journal of choice. Original articles, case reports and panel discussions are the distinctive features of a journal that always keeps abreast of current developments and trends - the reason it has developed into an internationally recognized forum for specialists throughout the world. Pediatricians, neurologists, neurosurgeons, and neurobiologists will find it essential reading.
Neuropathology is a bi-monthly multidisciplinary international journal sponsored by the Japanese Society of Neuropathology. As a service to reader and authors the journal offers a range of features such as Early View articles available prior to issue publication. The journal has an education section which aims to foster increased communication of clinical issues amongst practitioners. Authors can submit manuscript via ScholarOne Manuscripts. Manuscripts of 5 pages or less are exempt of page charges.
This international, multidisciplinary journal covers all aspects of neuromuscular disorders in childhood and adult life (including the muscular dystrophies, spinal muscular atrophies, hereditary neuropathies, congenital myopathies, myasthenias, myotonic syndromes, metabolic myopathies and inflammatory myopathies). The Editors welcome original articles from all areas of the field: • Clinical aspects, such as new clinical entities, case studies of interest, treatment, management and rehabilitation (including biomechanics, orthotic design and surgery).
Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface is the preeminent journal in the area of neuromodulation, providing our readership with the state of the art clinical, translational, and basic science research in the field. For clinicians, engineers, scientists and members of the biotechnology industry alike, Neuromodulation provides timely and rigorously peer-reviewed articles on the technology, science, and clinical application of devices that interface with the nervous system to treat disease and improve function.
Neurology Asia (ISSN 1823-6138), previously known as Neurological Journal of South East Asia (ISSN 1394-780X), is the official journal of the ASEAN Neurological Association (ASNA), Asian & Oceanian Association of Neurology (AOAN), and the Asian & Oceanian Child Neurology Association. The primary purpose is to publish the results of study and research in neurology, with emphasis to neurological diseases occurring primarily in Asia, aspects of the diseases peculiar to Asia, and practices of neurology in Asia (Asian neurology).
The Neurologist publishes articles on topics of current interest to physicians treating patients with neurological diseases. The core of the journal is to review articles focusing on clinically relevant issues. The journal also publishes case reports or case series which review the literature and put observations in perspective, as well as letters to the editor. Special features include the popular "10 Most Commonly Asked Questions" and the "Patient and Family Fact Sheet," a handy tear-out page that can be copied to hand out to patients and their caregivers.
Targeted toward those in the fields of neurology, family medicine, otolaryngology, and pediatrics, Neurologic Clinics offers a broad view of current practice, as well as the evidence to support it. Published quarterly — in February, May, August, and November — each issue focuses on a single topic neurology, including hearing loss, cholesteatoma, rhinology, anosmia, dysphagia, and pediatric-specific ENT.
Neurología is the official journal of the Sociedad Española de Neurología (Spanish Neurology Society), which has published scientific contributions in the field of clinical and experimental neurology since 1986. The content of Neurología covers everything from neuroepidemiology, clinical neurology, neurological management and care/therapy, to basic neuroscience research applied to neurology. The subject areas of the Journal include pediatric neurology, neuropsychology, neurorehabilitation and geriatric neurology.