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Journal of Neurological Surgery Part A

Journal of Neurological Surgery Part A Cover
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Journal Scope

The Journal of Neurological Surgery (JNLS) publishes in two parts:
JNLS Part A: Central European Neurosurgery
JNLS Part B: Skull Base

The Journal of Neurological Surgery Part A: Central European Neurosurgery (JNLS A) is a major publication from the world's leading publisher in neurosurgery. JNLS A currently serves as the official organ of several national neurosurgery societies.

JNLS A is a peer-reviewed journal publishing original research, review articles, and technical notes covering all aspects of neurological surgery. The focus of JNLS A includes microsurgery as well as the latest minimally invasive techniques, such as stereotactic-guided surgery, endoscopy, and endovascular procedures. JNLS A covers purely neurosurgical topics.

The Journal of Neurological Surgery is accompanied by JNLS Reports, an Open Access journal for case reports on neurosurgery and skull base surgery.

The Journal of Neurological Surgery is available in print and online. Articles published ahead of print are available via the eFirst service on the Thieme E-Journals platform.

Official Journal of
Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Neurochirurgie (German Society of Neurosurgery)
Schweizerischen Gesellschaft fuer Neurochirurgie

Affiliated with
Brazilian Society of Neurosurgery
German Academy of Neurological Surgery (GANS)
Southeast Europe Neurosurgical Society (SeENS)

Abstracting and indexing:

Journal Citation Reports (JCR), Medline, Embase, Scopus, Index Medicus, Science Citation Index Expanded, Current Contents - Clinical Medicine, EBSCO, ProQuest

Reasons to Publish

Web-based manuscript submission
Rigorous peer-review by leading specialists
Option for accepted manuscripts to be published online within hours
High-quality editorial services
Complete online access to all published articles
Open Access publishing available
CC BY-NC-ND and/or CC BY license
Global readership
International Editorial Board
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