The International Clinical Neuroscience Journal; 2022 in a Glance A Work Overview for 2022
International Clinical Neuroscience Journal,
Vol. 10 No. 1 (2023),
The acceptance rate in the ICNJ was 46% (rejection rate: 54%) in 2022 and the average peer review time was around three weeks. Overall, 32 papers, including 16 (50%) original articles, 8 (25%) case reports, 6 (18.75%) review articles, and 2 (6.25%) letters to the Editor were published in 2022. The most published topics in 2022 were COVID-19 (6 papers), mental health, and cancers. Most publications focused on COVID-19, as a common topic worldwide. Some of the articles were published as editorial letters.1,2 There were papers about COVID-19 and mental health1 and COVID-19 and headache.2
Six review papers were about “Upper Extremity Function After Stroke”, “Neurological Complications of COVID-19”, “Neuropathic Pain”, “Public Acceptance of the COVID-19 Vaccination”, “Consciousness in Sleep” and Molecular and Cellular Basis in Neurodegenerative Diseases”.3-8 Moreover, ICNJ presents eight rare, complex and challenging neurological and neurosurgical cases (“Fahr Syndrome and Syncope”, “Acute Hemifacial by Haemorrhagic Schwannoma”, “Multilevel Lumbar Spondylolisthesis”, “Convulsion Presentation of Parietal Meningioma”, “Coil Embolization in Pseudoaneurysm of the Supraglenoid Internal Carotid Artery”, “Physical Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction and Sensation”, “Traumatic Unilateral Basal Ganglia Haemorrhage”, and “Parenchymal Infarction After Subacute Subdural Hematoma Evacuation”).9-16 The editors and editorial board members of the journal believe that the publication of these cases can help develop good hypotheses for further studies in the future.
Sixteen published original articles present new and novel assessments, diagnostic methods, prevention, treatment, and approaches of neurological disease, and valuable epidemiological features and findings to be used worldwide.17-32
The International Clinical Neuroscience Journal is supported by Universal Scientific Education and Research Network (USERN). The goal of (ICNJ) is to continue publishing high quality and novel studies especially in areas of tissue engineering, molecular biology, personalized medicine, degenerative diseases and neuromodulation. We would like to invite all researchers from around the world to contribute to this journal. We appreciate the contributions of all the researchers and scientists who trusted the ICNJ.
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Davoodi P, Hashemi A, Ahmadfakhredin N, Jourablou M, Akhlaghdoust M, Mosazadeh H. Do not forget people’s mental health. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e13. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.13.
Salehizadeh S, Bizhani N, Arab-Mazar Z, Rahmati Roodsari S. Headache as a significant central nervous system manifestation of COVID-19 infection. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e7. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.07.
Zali A, Safari S, Rahmati Roodsari S, Niknazar S. Molecular and cellular basis of misfolded proteins in neurodegenerative diseases. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e32. doi: 10.34172/ icnj.2022.32.
Maciejewicz B. Investigating consciousness in sleep studies: evaluation of key dream lucidity induction techniques. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e31. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.31.
Bagheri F, Farahani H, Azadfallah P. Determinants of public acceptance of the COVID-19 vaccine: a systematic review. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e19. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.19.
Seddighi AS, Seddighi A, Ghadirian M, Zali A, Tabatabaei Far SM. Neuropathic pain: mechanism, representation, management and treatment. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e18. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.18.
Sahraei H, Sahraei M. Neurological complications of corona virus: a mini-review. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e8. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.08.
Welage N, Bissett M, Fong KN, Fahey P, Coxon K, Liu KP. Effectiveness of action observation and motor imagery on relearning upper extremity function after stroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e5. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.05.
Asan Z. Parenchymal infarction after subacute subdural hematoma evacuation: case report. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e29. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.29.
Asan Z. Traumatic unilateral basal ganglia hemorrhage in a pediatric patient: a case report. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e28. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.28.
Kharaji G, Bahramian M, Dabbaghipour N, Molaeinezhad M, Dommerholt J, Mehrad M. Physical therapy and dry needling for erectile dysfunction and impaired penile sensation following reconstructive surgeries of the penis; a case report. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e25. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.25.
Yadav R, Sadique SI, Chaudhari S. Management of traumatic pseudoaneurysm of the supraclinoid internal carotid artery using coil embolization: a case report. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e24. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.24.
Hoai DT, Van DN, Tho PQ, Thu NN, Lac NV, Tuong VB, et al. Hemorrhagic meningioma with symptom of convulsion: a rare presentation of parietal meningioma. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e14. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.14.
Dinh TP, Van Duong NT, Le TH, Tran TM, Pham NV, Nguyen TM, et al. Spondylolysis-induced multilevel lumbar spondylolisthesis; challenges in lumbar spine surgery. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e12. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.12.
Ahmadi S, Hatam J, Mokhtari M, Abolmaali M, Bahrami E, Mirsalehi M, et al. Acute hemifacial and hemiparesis caused by hemorrhagic vestibular schwannoma; a case report. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e6. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.06.
Avellaneda L, Rojas M, Torres K, Cetina L, Vargas L. Fahr syndrome and syncope: case report and clinical radiological characteristics. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e4. doi: 10.34172/ icnj.2022.04.
Naeiji Z, Parsa Y, Shokri N, Abbasi H, Behforouz A, Nazemi S, et al. Coronavirus pandemic and mental health during pregnancy. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e26. doi: 10.34172/ icnj.2022.26.
Ramezani Ghamsari M, Mirzaasgari Z, Ziaee M, Zeinali M, Khoeini T, Rezaei M, et al. Factors associated with neurological manifestations in patients with COVID-19. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e27. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.27.
Riazi A, Vahidian M, Larry M, Sheibani Tehrani D, Alami M, Salehi Z, et al. Prevalence of cardiac anomalies in children with syndromic and non-syndromic craniosynostosis. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e30. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.30.
Dönmez-Cakil Y, Özünal ZG, Karsidağ S, Şahin Ş. Interferon β-1b level in Parkinson’s disease: before and after SARS-CoV-2 vaccination. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e23. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.23.
Gaber DE, Talaat F, Ramadan I, Hamdy E, Sayed A. Predictors of long-term disability in multiple sclerosis: real world data from a cohort of Egyptian patients. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e22. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.22.
Barbar Shemirani S, Nasiri Khalili MA, Mahdavi SM, Modarresi Chahardehi A. The effect of mirtazapine on reducing chronic stress in male rats. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e21. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.21.
Mazrooei Rad E, Azarnoosh M, Ghoshuni M, Khalilzadeh MM. Early detection of Alzheimer’s disease with convolutional neural network. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e20. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.20.
Zarei A, Makvandi B, Ehtesham Zadeh P, Bavi S. The effectiveness of empathy and problem-solving skills training on social self-efficacy and mental security of high school boys. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e17. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.17.
Rahimzadegan S, Basharpour S, Mikaeili N, Narimani M. Relationship between post-traumatic growth and illness perception and emotion regulation in patients with cancer. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e16. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.16.
Rahnama Zadeh M, Ashayerih H, Ranjbaripour T, Kakavand A, Meschi F. The effectiveness of acceptance and commitment therapy on depression, alexithymia and hypertension in patients with coronary heart disease. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e15. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.15.
Sabeti M, Moradi E, Taghavi M, Mohammadi M, Boostani R. Time-frequency distribution analysis for electroencephalogram signals of patients with schizophrenia and normal participants. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e11. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.11.
Anwar M, Mansour OY, Eldeeb H, Said SM. Predictors of 90-day functional outcome following direct mechanical thrombectomy for anterior circulation large vessel occlusion: a prospective study. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e10. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.10.
Valizadeh S, Saeedzadeh E, Zali A, Nedaei H, Zare Ganjaroodi S. Stereotactic iodine-125 brachytherapy for low grade glioma tumors treatment: a Monte Carlo study. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e9. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.09.
Kobravi HR, Abdolhossein Harisi R. A hidden Markov model based detecting solution for detecting the situation of balance during unsupported standing using the electromyography of ankle muscles. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e3. doi: 10.34172/ icnj.2022.03.
Asadollahi M, Rahimian E, Asadi-Pooya AA, Tahsini M, Huppertz HJ, Akbari N, et al. Volumetric assessment of extratemporal structures in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e2. doi: 10.34172/ icnj.2022.02.
Hamdy E, Ramadan I, Mekky J, Gaber D, Abdel Gleel A. Middle cerebellar peduncle lesions and their relation to affective and cognitive impairment in multiple sclerosis. Int Clin Neurosci J. 2022;9:e1. doi: 10.34172/icnj.2022.01.
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