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 13, Issue 2 (2018)
Circadian variation of brain proteins: Importance in experiments
Muhammad Rafiq, Zahid Mahmood, and Sajed Ali
Child protection in Pakistan: Legislation & implementation
Sana Younus, Aisha S Chachar, and Ayesha Mian
Frequency of vitamin d deficiency in multiple sclerosis patients: a cross sectional study.
Samar Iltaf Pechuho, Alam Ibrahim Siddiqui, Sajjad Husain Jalbani, Safia Sultana, Samina Shaikh, Nagina Shaikh, Fahim Soomro, Mukesh Kumar, Abdul Rehman, Tariq Qazi, Shoaib Soomro, Rizwan Shaikh, Ghulam Mustafa Tunio, and Abdul Qayoom Memon
Profile of dementia patients from a tertiary care center in Karachi, Pakistan
Qurat ul Ain Khan, Sana Siddiqui, Mohammad Zaman, Abdullah Waqar, and Sumera Aziz Ali
Pattern of mental health disorders in adult population attending a tertiary mental health care setting
Nasir Mehmood, Uroosa Talib, and Raza Ur Rehman
Association of serum albumin levels and guillain barre syndrome (gbs) outcome.
Mazhar Badshah, Ghulam Shabbir, Sumaira Fazal Nabi, and Daniyal Ahmed
The sleep quality using Pittsburgh sleep quality index.
Khushbakht Khan Awan, Muhammad Talha Farooq, Pashma Farooq, and Muhammad Yasir Tarar
An uncommon and elusive cause of cerebral venous thrombosis
Farheen Niazi and Saadia Riaz
Recurrent cns haemangioblastomas with new onset of retinal angiomas in a female patient diagnosed as von hippel lindau syndrome
Javerya Sattar and Ateeq Ahmed Khan
Creutzfeldt-jakob disease: a case report presenting to the emergency department
Muhammad Akbar Baig and Sadaf Sheikh