A) anterio posterior and B) lateral view of skull X-ray showing three needles near the coronal suture, C) axial and D) sagittal sections of CT scan of Brain showing needle in the frontal area, E) photograph of removed needles with irregular coating of the surface.

Table of Contents
July 2012 Volume 9 Number 2
Editorial
Who Can Be an Epilepsy Treating Doctor?
Prabin Shrestha, MD, PhD
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Review Articles
Cerebral Abscess: Recent Trends in Pathophysiology and Management
Yam B Roka MS, MCh
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Original Articles
Clinical Profi le of Patients with Epilepsy in Tertiary Care Hospital in Nepal
Niranjan Acharya, MBBS, MD
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Chiari Malformations: Our Experience
Bivek Vaidya, MS
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Cerebrospinal Fluid Analysis of Patients with Guillain-Barre Syndrome
Bikram P Gajurel, MD
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Thrombosis of the Cerebral Veins and Sinuses
Rajiv Jha, MBBS, MS
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Neuro View Box
Intracranial Needles through Fontanel
Rajendra Shrestha, MD
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Case Reports
Catamenial Epilepsy: A Case Report
Isha Dhungana Shrestha, MD, PhD
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Catamenial Epilepsy: A Case Report
Isha Dhungana Shrestha, MD, PhD
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Catamenial Epilepsy: A Case Report
Isha Dhungana Shrestha, MD, PhD
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Imaging Based Diagnosis of Leigh’s Syndrome in a Rural Setup
Sushil Ghanshyam Kachewar, MD, DNB
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Dyke-Davidoff-Masson: God’s Bizarre Creation
Sushil G Kachewar, MD, DNB
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Chronic Subdural Hematoma after Craniopharyngioma Operation in a Child
Rajendra Shrestha, MD
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Giant Spinal Schwannoma
Rajiv Jha, MS
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Persistent Trigeminal Artery: A Case Report
Manish Kolakshyapati, MBBS
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