Online First (Volume 11 Issue 1)

Research Article

Navigating Epilepsy Care: Assessing Therapeutic Approaches among Health Professionals in Eastern Mediterranean Countries

Authors: Aljandeel GB*; Kissani N; Alnimer M; Triki C; Mesraoua B; Benlamkadam S; Kishk NA; Kamil M; Ibrahi EAA; Raoof H; Elsahli R; Kamoun F; Alarabi A; Harharah AH; and Ragab AH


Research Article

Systematic Research and Case Report: 60-Year-Old Caucasian Male with Mycotic Aneurysm in the Right Middle Cerebral Artery Stemming from Infective Endocarditis

Authors: Koka Gogichashvili; Mirza Khinikadze; Swapnil Ahuja*; Mariam Natsvlishvili; Maha Prathiksha Arul Essakkiraj; Tinatin Chkhartishvili; Rufiyat Mohsin Patel; Aditi Pandey; Harshal Praveen Singh


Review Article

Nerve Regeneration After Peripheral Nerve Injury, Are Flavonoids the Answer? A Scoping Review

Authors: Nieto L*; Hernandez AM; Lopez-Sarasty L; Camacho-Dominguez L


Research Article

Eye Movements Features in Individuals with Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment: Preliminary Findings Based on a Head-mounted Intelligent Analysis System

Authors: Yun Huang; Shuyun Huang; Xia Xiang; Pan Shang; Chunyan Zhang; Yajing Liu; Meiqiu Li; Jiali Luo; Xiaoying Zhong; Haiqun Xie*; Hongzhen Zhou*;


Research Article

Calcineurin: A Ca2+-Activated Protein Phosphates Therapeutic Strategies and Involvement in ICV STZ Induced Alzheimer’s type Dementia

Authors: Rimpi Arora*; Rahul Deshmukh; Om Prakash Agrawal; PL Sharma


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 About the Journal  

Austin Journal of Clinical Neurology is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal dedicated to publish articles in all areas of neurology, neurophysiology and stroke.

The aim of the journal is to provide a forum for neurologists, researchers, physicians, and other health professionals to find most recent advances in the areas of clinical and experimental

Featured Article

A Case of Recurrent Sleep Paralysis: Beyond Narcolepsy

Abstract Isolated episodes of sleep paralysis can occur in healthy people at least once in their lifetime; however recurrent isolated sleep paralysis (RISP) events are less common and often worrisome

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