Author GuidelinesAfrican Journal of Neurological Sciences (AJNS) is owned and controlled by the Pan African Association of Neurological Sciences (PAANS). The AJNS's aim is to publish scientific papers of any aspects of Neurological Sciences. AJNS is published quarterly. Articles submitted exclusively to the AJNS are accepted if neither the article nor any part of its essential substance, tables, or figures has been or will be published or submitted elsewhere. Topics Original Papers Clinical Studies Neuroepidemiology Progress Reviews Special Topics Education Experimental Studies Pathology Report Anatomic Report Surgical Anatomy Surgical Approaches Techniques Instrumentation and Application Case Reports Letters to the editors / Opinion African Art / Culture Book Reviews Agenda News Manuscripts may be written in French or/and in English. Manuscripts are examined by the editorial staff and are sent to outside reviewers. Manuscripts are reviewed anonymously. 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References from journals should include all authors, the full title of the article, the name of the journal abbreviated according to the Index Medicus, and inclusive page numbers. Please check all references and be sure all of them are cited within the text, and are Article ODEKU EL, ADELOYE A, OSUNTOKUN BO, WILLIAMS AO. Intracranial tumour pattern in Ibadan, Nigeria. Afr J Med Sci. 1973;4(2):137-41. Book DUMAS M, LEGER JM, PESTRE-ALEXANDRE M. Manifestations neurologiques et psychiatriques des parasitoses. 2nd ed.Paris : Masson 1986 :206 Chapter in a Book : PASQUIER F, JACOB B. How to evaluate cognitive dysfunction in patients with vascular dementia? In: Leys D, Scheltens Ph (eds) Vascular dementia. Dordrecht, ICG Publications, 1994:47-53.
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