Aims and Scope

Neurology Letters is an open-access peer-reviewed journal publishing high-quality articles in the field of neurology and neurosurgery. The major theme of the journal is based on the rapid publication of peer-reviewed articles and providing up-to-date knowledge. The journal aims at covering different fields of neurology and neurosurgery, ranging from research in basic and clinical sciences to core topics such as patient care, education, procuring and correct utilization of resources, and bringing to the limelight the cherished goals of the institute in providing standard care for patients in accordance with the guidelines by the COPE and WAME. The following article will be considered for publication and can be submitted via Editorial Manager: Original Communication, Reviews, Short Commentary, and Case Reports. Neurology Letters is an official journal of the Neurology Department of Firoozgar Hospital, Iran University of Medical Sciences.

Proposing Strategies to Increase Pregnancy-Related Awareness Among Multiple Sclerosis Patients in Iran

Pages 1-2


Elnaz Asadollahzadeh; Sam Daneshvar

The Prevalence of Multiple Sclerosis Relapse following COVID-19 infection vs COVID-19 Vaccine

Pages 3-11


Mohammad Balabandian; Mobin Mohammadi; Arashk Mallahzadeh

Comparing the Diagnostic Yield of Antenatal Fetal Ultrasound, Neurosonography, and MRI for Detecting CNS Anomalies: A Prospective Study

Pages 12-19


Behnaz Moradi; Fatemeh Zare Bidoki; Javid Azadbakht; Mahboobeh Shirazi; Hassan Hashemi; Sedigheh Hantooshzadeh; Mohamad Ali Kazemi; Mohammad Shafiee; Mohammad Hossein Golezar

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Depression Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment: Gaps and Future Directions

Pages 20-21


Kimia Kazemzadeh

An Overview of The Harmful Cultural Practices on Epilepsy in Sub-Saharan Africa and Their Impact on Its Clinical Management

Pages 22-26


Osasumwen Eseosa Ighodaro; Chijindu Nwakama; Chidiogo Ezenwoba; Abdulwahab Lawal; Anthonia Ifemeje; Gregory Imoukhuede Atafo

Neuroimaging findings of COVID-19: a systematic review on longitudinal studies

Pages 27-36


Fardin Nabizadeh; Mohammad Sadegh Fallahi; Rasa Zafari; Sara KamaliZonouzi; Maedeh Khodkam; Sanam Alilou; Mohammad Hadi Aarabi


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