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Case Report
Published On: July 20, 2019

Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome (PRES) in a Patient with Late Postpartum with Probable SLE

Majumder A, Akter KT and Ronald Gomes R*
Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome (PRES) is a reversible clinic-radiological entity characterized by seizure, headaches, visual symptoms, impaired consciousness and other focal neurological findings. It is caused by a wide variety of causes ultimately leading to a white matter vasogenic cerebral edema of occipital and parietal lobes of the brain predominantly. We present...

Case Report
Published On: September 21, 2020

Peek through the Smoke: Moya Moya Disease - A Rare Cause of Stroke in Young

Gomes RR*
Moyamoya disease is a rare, idiopathic, progressive occlusive condition involving cerebral vessels which includes mainly, stenosis of distal internal carotid arteries on both sides and anterior and middle cerebral arteries thereby leading to development of collateral vessels to compensate for the occlusion. The disease may develop in children and adults, but the clinical features differ. Moyamoya disease occurs predominantly in Japanese individuals but has been found in all races...

Letter to Editor
Published On: September 25, 2020

Insufficiency of Neuroscientific Data to Determine a Theory of Religious Experience

Darvish Aghajani J* and Gharibzade S
In the new interdisciplinary research program named neurotheology, researchers are trying to explain religious experiences by employing neuroscience. They believe that neural processes within the brain are the cause of religious experiences. Two competing approaches are presented in this program. The first approach, with an empathetic view on the reality of religious experience,...