Neuroscience is also known as Neural Science. It is the study of how the nervous system develops, its structure, and what it does. Neuroscience concerned with not only the normal functioning of the nervous system, but also with what happens to the nervous system when people have neurological, psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders. Neurological disorders are diseases of the brain, spine and the nerves that co... Readmore

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Department of Psychology & Program in Neuroscience, Florida State University, USA, Email:, Tel: (850) 644-5057


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Department of Biomedical Science, Florida Atlantic University, USA, Email:, Tel: (561) 297-0167


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2021-01-25 Thesis

After human: The world of brain-net on earth

Sadique Shaikh*

“The mind of man is capable of anything….because everything in in it, all the past as well as all the future [Joseph Conrad]”. Why I am using above quote and what is the relation to what point I am coining you will understand its relevant your own as you moving line by line of ...

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2021-01-11 Case Report

Acute urinary retention and hyponatremia from central hypothyroidism

Samson Erkabu*, Zerihun Taddese, Biniam Bearega, Eyuel Daniel and Mekonen Birhanu


A mass arising from the pituitary gland commonly damages cells of the anterior pituitary gland and affects the secretion of gonadotropins and growth hormone. However, central hypothyroidism and secondary adrenal insufficiency from such damage is a rare phenomenon. Acute urina...

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2020-12-30 Research Article

Impact of mandibular advancement device in quantitative electroencephalogram and sleep quality in mild to severe obstructive sleep apnea

Cuspineda-Bravo ER*, García- Menéndez M, Castro-Batista F, Barquín-García SM, Cadelo-Casado D, Rodríguez AJ and Sharkey KM

Sleep related breathing disorders (SRBD) are among seven well-established major categories of sleep disorders defined in the third edition of The International Classification of Sleep Disorders (ICSD-3), and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is the most common SRBD [1,2].

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2020-12-30 Case Report

High suspicion of paradoxical embolism due to atrial septal Defect: A rare cause of ischemic stroke

Zahide Betul Gunduz* and Turgut Uygun


Atrial septal defect (ASD) is common among adult congenital heart diseases but rarely causes paradoxical cerebral embolism. By sharing the ASD diagnosed after the first ischemic stroke attack at the age of 49 and a case of paradoxical cerebral embolism developing accordingly,...

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2020-12-16 Case Report

Primary intracranial Hodgkin’s lymphoma after a blunt trauma: A case report

Luca Riccioni, Anna Maria Cremonini and Manlio Gessaroli


We report a case of 30-year-old immunocompetent man, with a previous history of cranial-facial trauma, who presented with progressive left exophthalmos due to an intracranial left frontal-ethmoidal-orbital mass. Histology of the resected tumor revealed a classical Hodgkin&rsq...

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2020-11-27 Mini Review

Post-stroke dizziness of visual-vestibular cortices origin

Nobuhiro Inoue* and Satoshi Goto


Many patients with chronic cerebrovascular diseases complain “dizziness”, which is a distortion of static gravitational orientation, or an erroneous perception of motion of the sufferer or of the environment. In the vestibular cortical system, the parieto-insular ...

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2020-11-26 Case Report

Atlantoaxial subluxation in the pediatric patient: Case series and literature review

Catherine A Mazzola*, Catherine Christie, Isabel A Snee and Hamail Iqbal


Objective: Atlantoaxial subluxation (AAS) occurs when there is misalignment of the atlantoaxial joint. Several etiologies confer increased risk of AAS in children, including neck trauma, inflammation, infection, or inherent ligamentous laxity of the cervical spine.


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2020-09-24 Research Article

Epilepsy due to Neurocysticercosis: Analysis of a Hospital Cohort

Marcellin Bugeme, Adjratou Djeynabou Sow, Olivier Mukuku*, Athanase Millogo, Oscar Numbi Luboya and Kamadore Touré


Introduction: Neurocysticercosis (NCC) is a common helminthic infection of the nervous system that occurs when humans become intermediate hosts in the life cycle of the pig tapeworm (taenia solium) after ingesting its eggs. The objective of this study was to ...

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2020-08-25 Research Article

Central nervous system diseases associated with blood brain barrier breakdown - A Comprehensive update of existing literatures

Rajib Dutta*


Blood vessels that supply and feed the central nervous system (CNS) possess unique and exclusive properties, named as blood–brain barrier (BBB). It is responsible for tight regulation of the movement of ions, molecules, and cells between the blood and the brain thereby ...

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2020-08-11 Research Article

Visual evoked potentials: Normative values from healthy Senegalese adults

Marcellin Bugeme, Olivier Mukuku*, Marième Soda Diop-Sène, Daniel Gams Massi and Lala Bouna Seck


Introduction: Visual evoked potentials (VEPs) are potential differences recorded on the scalp in response to visual stimulation. They are obtained with slowly repeated stimuli. The aim of this study was to determine the normative values of the visual evoked p...

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