Scholarena Journal of Neurology (SAJN) is an open access, Peer- reviewed journal which aims to publish complete and reliable source of information about the discoveries and latest developments in the form of original research articles, review articles, case reports, short communications etc. The journal covers all the aspects of neurology which includes etiology, diagnosis, management and prevention of neurological disorders.

SAJN main focus is on the new trends in the neurology, by rapidly publishing quality articles ranging from clinical and basic research in neurology. The aim of the journal is to facilitate new ideas, findings and methods over a range of neurology areas.

RECENT ARTICLES
Cell-Mediated and Humoral Immune Responses in the Sea-Star Asterias Rubens (Echinoderm): Notion of Invertebrate Primitive Antibody
The axial organ is considered as ancestral lymphoïd organ. It contains T-like and B-like sea star lymphocytes and Phagocytes. It plays a fundamental rôle in the sea star cell-mediated immune responses and humoral immune ones....
Cancer informatics: a powerful approach to cancer research in the post-genomic age
Traditionally, the cancer biology has been an experimental science. However, with the advent of post-genomic age, the trend is shifting. The informatics approach is playing an increasingly important role in cancer research. In fact, a huge amount of ...
Cystic Neck Masses-A diagnostic and management challenge
Cervical metastasis is often the only presenting feature in patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck (HNSCC). These metastases frequently undergo cystic degeneration, and may be difficult to distinguish from other benign cystic squa...
Immunological Genetic Variants Underlying Endometriosis
Endometriosis is a common chronic gynaecologic disease defined as presence of endometrial tissue outside the uterine cavity, primarily on pelvic peritoneum and ovary, which affects 3-20% of women in their reproductive years and 20-50% of women with i...
Public Mental Health Stigma and Mass Shootings
Mass shootings exert a strong influence on public policy and on public perception despite the fact that they are relatively rare. Mass shootings are defined by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as an incident in which at least four people w...
A Rapidly Progressive Hydatid Disease Imitating Metastatic Malignancy: An Unusual Multi-Organ Presentation. Report of a Case and Review of Literature
Hydatid disease is still a major health and socio-economic problem in endemic regions. It is the most frequent parasitic infection that commonly affects the liver and rarely involves multiple organs. Herein, I report an extraordinary case of multi-or...