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 2 (2019)
Vagal nerve stimulation; current and future Interventions
Sidra Saleem and Muhammad Wasay
Spectrum of electroencephalogram finding in Children with newly diagnosed epilepsy –an Experience at a tertiary care hospital.
Sanam B. Rajper, Khairunnisa Mukhtiar, Fozia Baloch, Shahnaz H. Ibrahim, and Abdul Rashid Memon
Humanism and mental health of married female Patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
Hafiza Muzammal Shafiq, Dr. Muhammad Rafiq, and Dr. Zahid Mahmood
The mhgap; will it bridge the mental health Treatment gap in Pakistan?
Shireen Najam, Aisha Sanober Chachar, and Ayesha Mian
Patent foramen ovale closure in young Patients with cryptogenic stroke: a case series and follow up from Saudi population.
Aishah Albakr, Noman Ishaque, Rizwana Shahid, Alaa Jamal Al Obaidli, Noora Waleed Alayyaf, Mohammed AlMansoori, and Sarah Ali Saleh Al Amri
Prevalence of risk factors promoting Diabetic neuropathy .
Aisha Qadir, Sumera Sohail1, Lubna Naz, Ghazala Yasmeen, and Nazish Iqbal
Alterations in human reaction time upon Consumption of taurine-caffeine based energy Drink. a gender based study.
Asif Abbasi, Amaila Fazal, Faizan Mirza, and Sadaf Ahmed
Perception of shisha smoking & drug abuse Among university students of Karachi
Farwah Rizvi, Lubna Naz, and Nazneen Zehra
Vgkc antibody (anti lg1) associated limbic Encephalitis in a young adult with full Recovery.
Farheen Niazi, Madeeha Iftikhar, Rizwan Ali, and Tahir Aziz
Polyneuropathy associated with iga Paraproteinemia: a case report and literature Review.
Waleed Shahzad, Sumaira Nabi, Hafiza Faiza Mushtaq, Tehmina Inayat, Muhammad Hassan, Haris Majid Rajput, Zakir Jan, and Mazhar Badshah
Is it really transverse myelitis? Acute flaccid Myelitis a rare entity.
Hina Yusuf, Arsalan Ahmad, and Ejaz Ahmed Khan
- Mohammad Wasay