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Neurofunction (Neurofunction, NF) is a peer-reviewed journal and the official Neurofunction, and published twice a year on the last day of June and September. This Journal publishes important papers covering the whole field of neurosurgery, including studies in neuroscience, neurology, and molecular biology. Studies on rare cases and technical notes of special instruments or equipment that might be useful to the field of neurosurgical science are also acceptable. Papers, to be accepted, will include clinical articles (clinical and laboratory research), case reports, brief reports, technical reports, review articles, letters to the editor, etc. Review articles can be published upon specific request by the journal. Authors can publish special drafts with the approval from the editorial board. Case reports should be brief, and avoid an extensive review of the literature.

Neurofunction

Print ISSN: 1738-6217
Online ISSN: 2765-6608

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  • 7,110 Recent update on trigeminal neuralgia
    5,144 Perioperative considerations for elective surgery in patients with deep brain stimulation implantation
    4,267 The diagnosis of cerebrospinal fluid leakage after microvascular decompression surgery and management via lumbar drain

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