Figure 4: A, B and C, Preoperative MRI of head of 15 year old boy showing the brightly enhancing pineal region mass. D and E, Postoperative MRI of brain showed no residual tumor. Histology was ependymoma

Table of Contents
January 2015 Volume 12 Number 1
Editorial
Scientific Paper Writing: Still A Challenging Job?
Prabin Shrestha, MD, PhD
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Review Articles
Role of Botulinum toxin injection in neurological problems: A Short Review
Isha Dhungana, MD, PhD
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Original Articles
Limited Fronto-Temporo- Parietal Craniectomy in Traumatic Brain Injury: My Experience
Krishna Sharma, MS, DNB
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Computed Tomography Guided Stereotactic Biopsy of Cerebral Lesion: A Safe Diagnostic Procedure
Ramesh M Joshi, MS, MCh
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Determinants of Fever in Acute Stroke Patients
Ragesh Karn, MBBS, MD
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Effectiveness of Clobazam as Add-on Drug in Intractable Epilepsies
Pragnadyuti Mandal, MD
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Our Experience with Infratentorial Supracerebellar (ITSC) Approach for Pineal Region Tumor Excision
Gopal R Sharma, MS
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Neuro View Box
An Unusual Tumor of The Cerebellopontine Angle
Prasanna Karki, MD
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Case Reports
Successful clipping of A Gaint Basilar Tip Aneurysm: A Case Report with Review of literature
Prabin Shrestha, MD, PhD
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A Case of Tubercular Intramedullary Abscess in An Infant
Anish M Singh, MS
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Organized Chronic Subdural Hematoma Following Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt: A Case Report
Ram Kumar Shrestha, MS
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Multicystic Cerebral Hydatid Cyst: Uncommon Presentation of A Rare Disease
Sil Kaushik, DNB
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