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EDITORIAL
1.  Migraine: more than ćjust a mere headacheć yet common
2.  Assessment of autonomic dysfunction in traumatic brachial plexus injury: A regional pain management strategy or merely a research tool?
3.  Echocardiographic improvements following transsphenoidal surgery for acromegaly
4.  Demonstration of autonomic dysfunction in traumatic brachial plexus injury using quantitative sudomotor axon reflex test (QSART)
5.  Cardiomyopathy in acromegaly and the effect of trans-sphenoidal surgery
6.  Pallidal deep brain stimulation in dystonia
7.  Small vessel CNS vasculitis- optimism and challenges in imaging diagnosis
8.  Neurological perspective of globus pallidus interna deep brain stimulation in dystonia.
COMMENTARY
1.  NI FEATURE: THE FIRST IMPRESSION - COMMENTARY - The Cover Page
2.  TIMELESS REVERBERATIONS - Nurturing Neurosurgery specialty……Some thoughts
3.  Objective assessment of proliferative indices by immunohistochemistry and automated counting method
4.  The Department of Neurosurgery, G. B. Pant Hospital, New Delhi
5.  Initial stroke severity and stroke outcome – the inseparable link
6.  Assessment of cardiavascular changes following trans-sphenoidal surgery in acromegalic patients
7.  Deep brain stimulation in dystonia: The current status
8.  Options for the management of brain arteriovenous malformations
9.  “Against the tide, nothing to hide”- the saga of a community neurosurgeon
10.  Proliferation in meningiomas: Introducing objectivity in assessment
11.  Outcome assessment in gliomas – the way forward
12.  A summary of some of the recently published, seminal papers in neuroscience
13.  Founders of Indian Neurosciences: Professor Bimal Kumar Bachhawat and Professor Bal Krishan Anand
14.  Professor K.V Mathai: A life dedicated to a strong work ethic—his prayer to his Lord
CORRESPONDENCE
1.  Two founders of Bombay Neurosciences: Additional Facts
BOOK REVIEW
1.  Books from my shelf


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