The journal Acta Neurochirurgica publishes papers dealing with clinical neurosurgery - diagnosis and diagnostic techniques, operative surgery and results, postoperative treatment - or with research work in neuroscience where underlying questions or results are of neurosurgical interest. As official organ of the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies the journal publishes all announcements of the E.A.N.S. and reports on the activities of its member societies.
In addition to the regular journal, Acta Neurochirurgica publishes 3-4 supplement volumes per year. These comprise proceedings of international meetings or other material of general neurosurgical interest.
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In the latest issue Professors Uta Kiltz and Jurgen Braun contribute an excellent paper, ‘How Should Ankylosing Spondylitis be Managed? Overview of the Latest Updates of the Recommendations Issued by the Assessment of SpondyloArthritis International Society,’ while Professor Paul Emery and colleagues discuss tailoring therapy in rheumatoid arthritis. Elsewhere in this edition, Peter Kriz and Pierre D’Hemecourt provide a fascinating exploration of overuse injuries in the young athlete.
Directed by an Editorial Board comprising internationally respected physicians, European Musculoskeletal Review’s peer-reviewed articles endeavour to provide a concise and timely update on the latest opinion and advances spanning the breadth of musculoskeletal practice.
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European Neurological Review is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal that includes review articles, case reports, practice guidelines and original research. Guided by an Editorial Board of world-renowned physicians, European Neurological Review comprises articles from recognised thought leaders to provide concise and timely update on the latest opinion and advances spanning the breadth of neurological practice. In this edition – Volume 6 Issue 4 – Yolande Pijnenburg examines the new diagnostic criteria for the behavioural variant of frontotemporal dementia, in her review article of the same title. Meanwhile, François Chollet and colleagues investigate the role of fluoxetine and selective serotonin re–uptake inhibitors in motor recovery following acute ischaemic stroke and Fabio Antonaci and colleagues provide an overview of the treatment options for acute migraine, plus much more.
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NeuroNews is a specialised, quarterly, newspaper dedicated to neurointerventionists.
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