An Overview of Neurology and Neurophysiology

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An Overview of Neurology and Neurophysiology

Journal of Neurology Neurophysiology discusses the investigation of the central nervous system and its operations.

Overview

The study of nerve cells, or neurons, in their information-transmission processes is known as neurophysiology. It is a subfield of physiology and neuroscience, Mainly Focusing on how the nervous system works. A neurophysiologist uses a combination of neurology and physiology to study how the nervous system functions.

Journal of Neurology and Neurophysiology discusses the investigation of the central nervous system, its operations, and its relationships with neurology, clinical neurophysiology, and translational science. Cognitive function, Cranial Nerves, Neuromuscular Medicine, Neurological Practice, Neurobiology, Psychology, Neurological Disorders, Neurological Examination, Head Trauma and its relation with brain sciences.

It is an Open Access academic journal devoted to publishing original articles, review articles, case reports, brief communications, and other types of articles in the form of original research findings and discoveries while making these freely and unrestrictedly available to researchers around the world. It is an academic publication journal, and its editors use a quick peer review procedure to guarantee the calibre of the papers they publish.

Journal Highlights

  • Neurosurgery: The diagnosis and treatment of patients with injuries or disorders of, the brain, spinal cord, spinal column, and peripheral nerves in all parts of the body are the focus of this medical specialty. Patients of all ages are treated in the neurosurgical discipline.
  • Brain stimulation: The treatment of movement and neuropsychiatric disorders with brain stimulation involves the implantation of a neurostimulator (brain pacemaker), a medical device that transmits electrical impulses to particular brain targets (brain nuclei) using implanted electrodes.
  • Spinal cord: The spinal cord extends to the first or second lumbar vertebral level from the foramen magnum, where it joins the medulla. It is an essential connection that runs both ways, from the body to the brain. It is the most significant structure between the body and the brain.
  • Hypothalamus: The brain region known as the hypothalamus is in charge of producing a number of the body's vital hormones, which are chemicals that aid in controlling various cells and organs. The hypothalamus produces hormones that control physiologic processes such as body temperature regulation, thirst, appetite, sleep, mood, sex drive, and the release of other hormones.
  • Pituitary: It regulates a number of the other hormone glands. It has two components, the anterior pituitary in the front and the posterior pituitary in the back, and is typically approximately the size of a pea.
  • Limbic System: There is a complex network of structures known as the limbic system that lies Just below the cerebrum, on both sides of the thalamus. It seems to be largely in charge of regulating our emotions and plays a significant role in memory formation.
  • Neurological Disorders: Numerous conditions fall under the category of neurological disability, including epilepsy, learning difficulties, neuromuscular disorders, autism, attention deficit disorder (ADD), brain tumours, and cerebral palsy, to name a few. Congenital neurological conditions are those that exist from conception.

Membership Opportunity

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7. Three papers from each member may be submitted to any Pulsus journal.

From Pulsus Annual, the member will be given a prestigious certificate. Members are welcome to contribute articles to any Pulsus periodical. A renowned certificate of annual membership from Pulsus will be given to the member.

Benefits to Publishing with us:-

1. Editors and reviewers from specialist fields conduct quick peer reviews.

2. The journal is open access, so anyone may download a paper for free, which will undoubtedly spread knowledge among all people in the world.

3. Hospitals and laboratories can work with us with ease.

4. Strong Impact Factor

5. Rapid publication: article-by-article publication

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Editor:- Rai Khalid Farooq

Lecturer, Department of Neuroscience

Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University (IAU), Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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