Volume 1 Issue 2

Frequency and Outcomes of Early Onset Seizures after Ischemic Stroke

Sai Sampath Kumar Natuva, Bala Khaseem D, Ravi Kiran Padala, Sunanda T and Ganesh Vallampalli
Stroke is most common cause of new onset seizures in elderly. In this study, we assessed frequency and outcome by National Institute of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS) and modified Rankin Scale (mRS) in early onset seizures after ischemic stroke.

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Cytokines in Multiple Sclerosis – Possible Targets for Immune Therapies

Anastasiya G. Trenova and Georgi S. Slavov
The complex interactions between the central nervous system and the immune system are mainly mediated via synthesis and secretion of cytokines. Disturbance of the fine balance between different cytokine subpopulations is undeniable factor in the development of pathological process in multiple sclerosis.

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Surgical Options for the Treatment of Chronic Pelvic Pain

Vadim V. Morozov, Erica C. Dun, Adi Katz and Kimberly A. Kho
Chronic pelvic pain (CPP), particularly pelvic pain among women, remains one of the most controversial and the least understood conditions that practicing gynecologists encounter on a daily basis. It is estimated that this condition affects up to a quarter of all women.

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