Figure 1: Neuroimaging A) CT scan of head immediately after trauma shows normal findings, B)CT scan of head after 2 days of trauma shows infarction with edema in left frontoparietal area, C) MRI of brain, FLAIR, 3 days after trauma showing huge infarction

Table of Contents
January 2013 Volume 10 Number 1
Dean’s Letter
Reversible Posterior Leukoencephalopathy Syndrome: A Rare Cause of Sudden Onset Vision Loss in Pregnancy
Nalini Sharma, MS
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Editorial
Scientific Paper Writing: an Art and a Skill
Prabin Shrestha, MD, PhD
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Review Articles
Selective Median Nerve Neurotomy for Severe Flexion Deformity of Hand
Prabin Shrestha, MD, PhD
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Original Articles
Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy in the Treatment of Hydrocephalus: Review of 24 cases
Mohan R Sharma, MS
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Profile of Patients with Guillain Barre Syndrome Admitted at TU Teaching Hospital over a Period of One Year
Krishna Dhungana, MD
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Intracranial Meningioma Surgery: Our Experience in Bir Hospital
Gopal R Sharma, MS
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Ultra Early Microsurgical Treatment of Hypertensive Putaminal Hemorrhage
Bivek Vaidya, MS
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Neuro View Box
Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis Following Mild Head Injury
Samantha Tamrakar, MBBS
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Case Reports
Giant Cervico-Thoracic Exostosis : A Case Report with Review of Literature
Prashant Kaushal, MBBS
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Fahr�s Disease: A rare neurodegenerative disorder
Gopal Sedain, MS, MCh
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Hirayama Disease: A Rare Neurological Entity
Isha Dhungana Shrestha, MD, PhD
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Letters to the Editor
Primary Scalp Lymphoma
Amit Agrawal, MCh
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