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EDITORIAL
1.  Clinical and health policy-related challenges of pediatric spinal cord injuries
2.  Surgical considerations in the management of pediatric thoracolumbar fractures
3.  Endoscopic management of intracranial cysts: Need of the hour
4.  Pediatric thoracolumbar fractures: Salient points in management.
5.  Role of neuro-endoscopy and fenestration in the management of the brain cysts
6.  Pediatric thoracolumbar spinal injuries: A rare and unique clinical scenario
7.  NI FEATURE: TIMELESS REVERBERATIONS-COMMENTARY - Random reflections
COMMENTARY
1.  Two Patriarchs of Indian Neurosciences: Professor Baldev Singh and Professor Jacob Chandy
2.  NI FEATURE: THE FIRST IMPRESSION - The Cover Page
3.  NEUROSURGERY AT THE BOMBAY HOSPITAL
4.  Genetics of Pituitary Adenomas: Mario Shaid, Marta Korbonits
5.  Peripheral nerve injuries – A call for better evaluation and preventive measures
6.  Two founders of Bombay neurosciences: Dr. Ramchandra G. Ginde and Dr. Menino De Souza
7.  A summary of some of the recently published, seminal papers in neuroscience
8.  What kills a Myasthenic? Myasthenia or otherwise
9.  Sensory tricks in dystonia: Phenomenology and mechanisms
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Surgery for superior hypophyseal artery aneurysms: A new classification and surgical considerations
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Tumefactive Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis
2.  Catathrenia a rare disorder presenting as daytime sleepiness and headache
CORRESPONDENCE
1.  Organized Neurosurgery: Additional facts
2.  Cerebral revascularization: The standard method of anastomosis or the newly recommended technique?
NEUROIMAGE
1.  DENGUE ENCEPHALITIS: “Double Doughnut Sign”
2.  Duplicated origin of vertebral artery


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