Austin Journal of Neurological Disorders & Epilepsy is an open access journal, publishes manuscripts related to the aspects of the nervous system and brain. Austin Journal of Neurological Disorders & Epilepsy would cover ground braking studies on clinical, translational, molecular, cellular, and systemic aspects of neurology, neurophysiology, and pharmacological, neurochemistry including causes, diagnosis and treatment of the diseases of the central nervous system.
The editors welcome original research, review, case reports, clinical images, rapid communication, perspectives, editorial.
Neurological clutters are maladies of the mind, spine and the nerves that interface them. There are more than 600 infections of the sensory system, for example, mind tumors, epilepsy, Parkinson's malady and stroke and additionally less well-known ones, for example, frontotemporal dementia.
Diabetes is a typical reason for fringe neuropathies (nerve issue), the aftereffect of nerve harm from high glucose. Neurological side effects can originate from immune system illnesses, (for example, lupus or Guillain-Barré disorder) or infections, for example, the human immunodeficiency infection (HIV), Epstein-Barr, or varicella-zoster.
A neurological issue is any confusion of the sensory system. Auxiliary, biochemical or electrical irregularities in the mind, spinal rope or different nerves can bring about a scope of manifestations.