The Pakistan Journal of Neurological Sciences (PJNS) is brought out quarterly by a joint collaboration of the Pakistan Society of Neurology, Pakistan Academy of Neurological Sciences, and Pakistan International Neuroscience Society. Its mission is to publish top-quality academic content in a rigorous and accessible format integrating neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, neuro-radiology and basic neuroscience. The overall aim is to help clinicians and scientists stay abreast of their fields.
The journal is recognized by Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office of the World Health Organization (EMRO-WHO), Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PMDC) and Higher Education Commission (HEC).
Current Issue: Volume 14, Issue 4 (2019)
Neurology training in Pakistan: 2020-2025
Safia Bano, Sarwar Jamil Siddique, and Ahsan Numan Numan
Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis with positive Dengue serology
Sajid Hameed, Owais Hashmat, Mubashar Memon, and Muhammad Wasay
Can early orthotic support and physical Therapy improve the functional level and Decrease rate of surgical interventions In spastic cerebral palsy?
Sarfraz Ahmad, Syeda Rahat, and Syeda Bushra
Development and validation of juvenile Criminal thinking styles’ inventory
Fatima Sana and Muhammad Rafiq
Mental health of university male students Viewing internet pornography: A qualitative study
Komal Razzaq and Muhammad Rafiq
Outcome in patients with myasthenia gravis Managed with or without Thymectomy
Safia Bano, Muhammad Athar Javed, and Waqas Arshad
Empowerment of primary health care in an Outreach resource-limited district in Punjab: A strategy for improving adherence to Antiepileptic drug treatment in children with Epilepsy.
Muhammad Akbar Malik, Arshad Rafique, and Ahmad Omar Virk
Rhabdomyolysis due to status epilepticus causing acute renal Failure
Iqra Athar, Neelma Naz Khattak, Haris Majid Rajput, Anam Anis, Hanin Tanich, and Mazhar Badshah
Culture Bound Syndromes in Pakistan: Implications and Strategic Vision for Health Management
Lamae Zulfiqar, Nazish Idrees, and Muhammad Rafiq
Neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder: a case Report from Rehman Medical institute, Peshawar.
Dr. Muhammad Shahid Iqbal, Zainab Rustam, and Omer Nasim
Rare presentation of cerebral venous sinus Thrombosis
Haris Majid Rajput, Anam Anis, Iqra Athar, Neelma Naz Khattak, Hanin Tanich, and Mazhar Badshah
- Mohammad Wasay