Aims and Scope

L.O. Badalyan Neurological Journal highlights current issues in children and adult neurology as well as in related areas, including neurosurgery, neurogenetics, neuro orthopedics, psychiatry, psychology, radiology, etc.

Along with original articles, lectures, and literature reviews, materials of clinical cases interesting both from a practical and scientific point of view, the journal includes a consistent presentation of all the important stages of diagnosis and treatment, supported by clear illustrations.

The journal covers new methods of testing and instrumental diagnosis of neurological disorders, as well as modern aspects of therapeutic methods.

L.O. Badalyan Neurological journal informs readers about upcoming scientific and practical events regarding the diagnosis and treatment of the patients with neurological disorders and publishes the results of significant scientific events already held both in Russia and abroad.

The journal publishes articles on the analysis of the quality and volume of specialized medical care provided to patients with various pathologies of the nervous system. Information concerning currently published monographs is also presented.

 The target audience of the journal includes neurologists, neurosurgeons, orthopedists, rehabilitologists, genetics, psychiatrists, psychologists, pediatricians, therapists, radiologists and experts in other related specialties.

The main goal of the journal is both to expand the knowledge and concepts in specialists about etiopathogenesis, diagnosis, comorbid conditions and the treatment of diseases of the nervous system and give practitioners up-to-date information necessary in their daily activity.

 

 

Sections

Reviews

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Original studies

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Clinical case reports

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Lectures

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed
 

Peer Review Process

All manuscripts submitted to the editorial office of a journal should be reviewed in the manner set forth below.

1. The editorial staff will establish whether the submission is within the scope of the journal and meets the format criteria. The editorial staff then will send it either to the Editor-in-Chief or to the Deputy Editor-in-Chief, who will decide whether the research results described in the article are valid and important. If the results are deemed valid and important, reviewers will be determined. All manuscripts will be reviewed by the Editorial Board and the Editorial Council, as well as by independent reviewers. Independent reviewers must be leading experts in the field and have some publications (not older than three years) on the subject covered in the submitted manuscript. Manuscripts submitted by the Editor-in-Chief should be reviewed by independent reviewers.

2. The review process is confidential. The editorial staff will send copies of the reviews or a rejection letter to the author/s. The editorial staff will also send copies of the reviews to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, upon a request from the Ministry.

3. The review process takes up to 4 weeks. In some circumstances (upon a reviewer’s request), more time may be given to complete the review.

4. Each reviewer has the right to refuse from the preparation of a review if there is a clear conflict of interest. Based on the results of the manuscript review, the reviewer makes recommendations on the further fate of the article (each decision of the reviewer is to be justified): (a) accept, (b) accept with revision as suggested by the reviewer, (c) re-review required, or (d) reject.

5. A review suggesting corrections and revisions to the submitted manuscript should be sent by the editorial staff to the author, who will be requested either to prepare a revised version of the manuscript based on the recommendations suggested by the reviewer or to prove that such corrections and/or revisions are not needed. A revised manuscript should be sent to the reviewers to be re-reviewed.

6. In cases of irreconcilable differences between the author and the reviewer, the Editorial Board reserves the right to send the article to another reviewer. Should a conflict arise, the manuscript will be sent to a member of the Editorial Board or Editorial Council. The final decision shall rest with the Editor-in-Chief.

7. Authors may be requested to list names of potential reviewers when submitting a publication.

8. Submitted manuscripts may be sent to an expert in medical statistics for an additional review.

9. The author will be notified of a negative review.

10. A positive review does not obligate the journal to publish the submitted manuscript. The final decision will be made by the Editorial Board based on whether the manuscript presents relevant data and is in scope for the journal.

11. Originals of the reviews should be stored at the editorial office for 5 years.

 

Publication Frequency

Frequency: 4 issues per year (in March, June, September and December). Articles are distributed in issues as they are ready for publication and in order of receipt by the editor. The journal accepts for publication conference materials, clinical recommendations. Perhaps the publication of special thematic issues. Circulation 1000 copies.

 

Delayed Open Access

The contents of this journal will be available in an open access format 12 month(s) after an issue is published.

This journal provides open access to its content 12 months after publication on the principle that free open access to research results contributes to an increase in general knowledge.

 

Headings

Review

The journal publishes reviews on pediatric and adult neurology, as well as related areas - neurosurgery, neurogenetics, neuroorthopedics, psychiatry, psychology, radiology, etc.

Original investigations

The journal publishes original studies in pediatric and adult neurology, as well as related areas - neurosurgery, neurogenetics, neuroorthopedics, psychiatry, psychology, radiology, etc.

Clinical cases

Clinical case descriptions should contain a consistent presentation of all significant stages of diagnosis and treatment, confirmed by visual illustrations.

 

Publication ethics Statement

Responsibilities of the Editorial Board

The Editorial Board of the journal complies with the ethical standards approved by the international scientific community. The Editorial Board uses the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors and recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Editorial decision-making

The Editorial Board is responsible for making decisions which of the submitted manuscripts will be accepted for publication. The Editorial Board makes the decision regarding a publication based on the journal’s policy, taking into account the current authors’ rights legislation and avoiding defamation and plagiarism. The editorial evaluation of the manuscript is independent of race, ethnicity and gender, religion, citizenship, or political views of the authors. Decision whether to publish an article or not is based exclusively on its scientific relevance, originality, clarity of presentation, and correspondence of the topic to journal’s specialization.

Confidentiality

All the Editorial Board members are responsible for disclosing any information about the submitted manuscript to individuals other than authors, peer reviewers, potential peer reviewers, or publishers.

Conflict of interest

The unpublished materials disclosed in the submitted manuscript cannot be used by the Editorial Board members for their own research without written permission from the authors.

Plagiarism, data falsification, and error correction

In case of an ethical complaint or a conflict situation regarding the manuscript or the published article, the Editorial Board should undertake reasonable countermeasures, together with the publisher, to restore the violated rights. If errors are revealed, the Editorial Board should assist in publishing corrections or refutations. Each reported case of unethical behavior will be considered, even if submitted several years after the article had been published.

Reviewer responsibilities

Contribution to editorial decision-making

The review process is aimed at facilitating the Editorial Board in editorial decision-making and may also help the author to improve the manuscript.

Timeliness (promptness)

If a reviewer selected by the Editorial Board does not feel competent for reviewing the manuscript or feels that it is not possible to meet the deadline of the review, he/she should promptly notify the Editorial Board and decline to perform the review.

Confidentiality

Any material under review should be regarded as confidential. The material should not be shared or discussed with anyone outside the review process unless approved by the editor.

Objectivity standards

Reviewing should be objective. Subjective critique of the author is not allowed. Reviewer’s opinion should be stated clearly and supported by arguments.

Confirmation of the resources

The reviewer is responsible for determining the cases when the relevant publications have not been cited in the manuscript or listed in the References section. Furthermore, the reviewer should determine whether all the statements, conclusions, and ideas borrowed from other publications had the corresponding references. If the reviewer detects that the manuscript under review significantly coincides with or is similar to another known publication, he/she should notify the Editorial Board.

Disclosure of information and conflict of interest

Non-disclosable information and ideas must be regarded as confidential and cannot be used for one’s personal advantage. Experts should not review manuscripts if they have any possible conflict of interest due to competitive, collaborative, or other relationships with the manuscript authors, as well as companies or institutions related to the manuscript.

Author responsibilities

Credibility and study standards

If the manuscript is based on an original study, the authors must submit the reliable results of their work and an objective discussion of significance of the study. The manuscript should contain all the key data, accurate description of the study details and references in order to ensure reproducibility of the results. Data falsification or the intentionally invalid statements in the manuscript are regarded as unethical and are inappropriate.

Data availability

The Editorial Board can request the authors to submit raw data in addition to the manuscript. The author must be ready to provide public access to these data, provided that public access to the data violates neither confidentiality of the research participants nor rights of an individual or a company owning these data.

Originality, plagiarism, and citing the sources

Authors must submit only original studies. Authors must properly and accurately acknowledge the work of others. Publications that had significantly contributed to preparing the study or underlied its design should also be acknowledged.

Multiple, duplicate, or competing publications

In general, materials describing the contents of the same study should not be published in more than one journal. Submitting the manuscript to more than one journal is considered unethical and inappropriate. Copyrighted materials that have already been published cannot be submitted to the journal. Furthermore, materials under consideration by the Editorial Board must not be submitted to be published elsewhere. When submitting an article, the author must inform the editor about all the previous presentations of the study that can be regarded as a duplicate publication. The author must notify the editor if the manuscript contains the information published by the author in previous reports or submitted for publication elsewhere. In this case, the new article should contain references to the previously published material.

Authorship criteria

Authorship is limited to the individuals that have made a significant contribution to 1) conception and design of the study; data acquisition and interpretation; 2) preparing the first draft of the article or editing the article to improve its quality; and 3) final approval of the manuscript for publication. Each author must participate in the study to an extent sufficient to take public responsibility for the corresponding part of the content of his/her article. Involvement consisting in funding or selecting material for the article is not sufficient reason for inclusion in the list of authors. General guidance of the research group is not sufficient for including in the list of authors.

All the authors must approve the final manuscript and its submission to the journal for publication.

Conflict of interest

When submitting an article to the journal, all authors must sign the form disclosing financial or any other substantive conflict of interest that can be considered to have influenced the study results or their interpretation. All funding sources of the submitted studies must be specified.

Involvement in the peer review process

After the peer review process, the article can be sent to the author for improvement. Authors should be actively involved in the review process: promptly answer the questions and, if necessary, correct the manuscript in accordance with the reviewer’s comments.

 

Appeal procedure

Authors have a right to appeal editorial decisions to adopt or reject articles.

1. In case of disagreement with the editorial decision of acceptance or rejection of the article, the author refers to the relevant journal editors in writing indicating the reasons for treatment

2. Committee on Conflict Resolution of the respective journal considers the appeal

3. Change in editorial decisions regarding an article possible in cases where: – Author gave more actual results, which are not taken into account during the primary reviewing of the article – Author provided with information about conflict of interest that was not provided in the primary reviewing of this article – Author expresses his concern about biased reviews

4. If there are sufficient grounds the Committee on Conflict Resolution of the relevant journal makes a proposal for editorial board to change or to uphold the initial decision regarding the publication of the article

5. If necessary, editors may involve additional reviewer for final decision

6. Editorial board of the journal makes a decision regarding acceptance or rejection on the basis of reviewing of the initial decision

7. Editorial decision following its review of the initial decision is final and is not subject to appeal.

 

Article Retraction

Retraction of a published article is a measure of the last resort and may occur under circumstances such as:

– infringements of law and defamation;

– more than 20% of direct quotes or paraphrased material;

– false or inaccurate data that, if acted upon, would pose a serious health risk;

– a vague and incomplete description of conflicts of interests.

Article Retraction Procedure

1. Retraction of an article shall be initiated upon a written request by authors, readers, reviewers, editors, or publishers that shall be submitted to the journal in which the article was published.

2. The journal’s Commission on Conflict Resolution shall examine the request.

3. The Commission on Conflict Resolution shall decide to retract the article if there is sufficient evidence to do so.

4. Upon consideration of the request, the Commission on Conflict Resolution shall notify the person who initiated article removal of its decision.

5. Should the Commission decide to retract the article, this shall be agreed on with the authors, and the journal shall publish a retraction statement that shall include the article’s metadata.

6. If the journal’s articles are indexed in databases, the journal shall notify the databases that the article has been retracted and should not be cited, identifying the reasons for the retraction.

 

Appeal procedure

Authors have a right to appeal editorial decisions to adopt or reject articles.

1. In case of disagreement with the editorial decision of acceptance or rejection of the article, the author refers to the relevant journal editors in writing indicating the reasons for treatment

2. Committee on Conflict Resolution of the respective journal considers the appeal

3. Change in editorial decisions regarding an article possible in cases where: – Author gave more actual results, which are not taken into account during the primary reviewing of the article – Author provided with information about conflict of interest that was not provided in the primary reviewing of this article – Author expresses his concern about biased reviews

4. If there are sufficient grounds the Committee on Conflict Resolution of the relevant journal makes a proposal for editorial board to change or to uphold the initial decision regarding the publication of the article

5. If necessary, editors may involve additional reviewer for final decision

6. Editorial board of the journal makes a decision regarding acceptance or rejection on the basis of reviewing of the initial decision

7. Editorial decision following its review of the initial decision is final and is not subject to appeal

 

Article Retraction

Retraction of a published article is a measure of the last resort and may occur under circumstances such as:

– infringements of law and defamation;

– more than 20% of direct quotes or paraphrased material;

– false or inaccurate data that, if acted upon, would pose a serious health risk;

– a vague and incomplete description of conflicts of interests.

Article Retraction Procedure

1. Retraction of an article shall be initiated upon a written request by authors, readers, reviewers, editors, or publishers that shall be submitted to the journal in which the article was published.

2. The journal’s Commission on Conflict Resolution shall examine the request.

3. The Commission on Conflict Resolution shall decide to retract the article if there is sufficient evidence to do so.

4. Upon consideration of the request, the Commission on Conflict Resolution shall notify the person who initiated article removal of its decision.

5. Should the Commission decide to retract the article, this shall be agreed on with the authors, and the journal shall publish a retraction statement that shall include the article’s metadata.

6. If the journal’s articles are indexed in databases, the journal shall notify the databases that the article has been retracted and should not be cited, identifying the reasons for the retraction.

 

Preprint and postprint Policy

Prior to acceptance and publication in our journals, authors may make their submissions available as preprints on personal or public websites.

As part of submission process, authors are required to confirm that the submission has not been previously published, nor has been submitted. After a manuscript has been published in our journal we suggest that the link to the article on journal’s website is used when the article is shared on personal or public websites.

Glossary (by SHERPA)

Preprint – In the context of Open Access, a preprint is a draft of an academic article or other publication before it has been submitted for peer-review or other quality assurance procedure as part of the publication process. Preprints cover initial and successive drafts of articles, working papers or draft conference papers.
 
Postprint – The final version of an academic article or other publication – after it has been peer-reviewed and revised into its final form by the author. As a general term this covers both the author’s final version and the version as published, with formatting and copy-editing changes in place.

 

Indexation

 

Editorial board

Editor-in-Chief

  • Lale A. Pak - MD, Ph.D., head of the Center rare diseases of the National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
    e-mail: lolitap@mail.ru

Deputy Editor-in-Chief

  • Lyudmila M. KUZENKOVA, MD, Ph.D., DSci., Prof., Head of the Center of Pschoneurology of the National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
    e-mail: kuzenkova@nczd.ru ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9562-3774

Editorial Board

  • Ada R. ARTEMENKO - MD, Ph.D., DSci., leading researcher, Scientific Research Department of Neurology, Scientific and Technological Park of Biomedicine of the  I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Aliy Yu. ASANOV - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor, corresponding member of RANS, Head of the Department of Medical Genetics of the  I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Ovanes L. BADALYAN - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor, Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics, Faculty of Medicine of the N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Tatyana T. BATYSHEVA - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor, Honored Doctor of Russia, Chief Specialist in Pediatric Neurology of the Moscow City Health Department, President of the National Association of Cerebral Palsy Experts, Director of the Scientific and Practical Center for Children's Psychoneurology Department health care of the city of Moscow (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Valentina I. GUZEVA - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, chief freelance children's specialist in neurology of the Russian Federation, Head of the Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics of the St. Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University (Saint Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)
  • Evgeny I. GUSEV  - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor,  Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences,  Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, chief freelance children's specialist in neurology of the Ministry of Health of the  Russian Federation, Head of the Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics, Faculty of Medicine, N.I. Pirogov Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education “Russian National Research Medical University (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Farida I. DEVLIKAMOVA - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor, professor of the Department of Neurology of the Kazan State Medical Academy - branch of Russian Medical Academy of Continuing Professional Education, Honored Doctor of the Republic of Tatarstan, laureate of the State Prize of the Republic of Tatarstan in the field of science and technology, accredited expert of the Federal Service for supervision in the field of health care in neurology, member of the Presidium of the Board of the Russian Society for the Study of Pain, Member of the Expert Council on Electromyography of the Russian Federation (Kazan, Russian Federation)
  • Nikolay N. ZAVADENKO - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor, Head of the Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics named after Academician L.O. Badalyan Faculty of Pediatrics N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Valery P. ZYKOV - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor, Head of the Department of Pediatric Neurology, Russian Medical Academy of Continuing Professional Education, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Vladimir M. KENIS - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Deputy Director of G.I. Turner Children's Orthopedic Research Institute, head of the department of foot pathology, neuro-orthopedics and systemic diseases, professor of the Department of Pediatric Traumatology and Orthopedics, I.I. Mechnikov North-Western State Medical University (St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)
  • Olga M. KONOVA - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Associate professor, head of the physiotherapy department of the National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Aleksey S. KOTOV - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor, Department of Neurology M.F. Vladimirsky Moscow Regional Clinical and Research Institute (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Aleksey L. KURENKOV - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Head of the Laboratory of Nervous Diseases in Children, National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Svetlana B. LAZURENKO, MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor, Head of the Center, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Center for Psychological and Pedagogical Assistance in Pediatrics, National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation), ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8841-044X
  • Kirill V. SAVOSTYANOV - MD, Ph.D., Head of Head of the Center for Basic Research in Pediatrics at the National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation
  • Vladimir M. STUDENIKIN - MD, Ph.D., DSci., professor, neurologist, Scientific and Practical Specialized Medical Center “DREAM CLINIC” (Moscow, Russia)
  • Natalia A. SUPONEVA  - MD, Ph.D., DSci., professor, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, chief researcher of the Department of neurorehabilitation and physiotherapy of the Scientific Center of Neurology  (Moscow, Russia)
  • Anna G. TIMOFEEVA - MD, Ph.D., Scientific Secretary of the National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Andrey P. FISENKO - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor, Honored Doctor of Russia, Director of the National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation). ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8586-7946 
  • CARLOS CEPEDA - Ph.D. Professor of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior, David Geffen School of Medicine University of California Los Angeles (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Hassan Hosny – MD, Prof & Chairman of Neurology  Department, Cairo University (Cairo, Egypt)
  • Samuel Ignacio PASCUAL PASCUAL - Head of Neuromuscular and Movement Disorders. Department of Pediatric Neurology. Hospital Universitario La Paz Professor Department of Pediatrics.  Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Madrid, SPAIN)
  • Stanislav GROPPA – MD, Ph.D., Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova, University professor,. Head of Neurology and Neurosurgery Department State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemitanu”, Institute of Emergency Medicine (Chisinau, Moldova)

Editorial Board Council

  • Anatoly V. ANIKIN - MD, Ph.D., head of the department of radiation diagnostics, leading researcher of the National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Olga V. BYKOVA - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor, Department of Childhood Diseases of the I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Head of the Department of Child Psychoneurology of the  University Children's Clinical Hospital (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Bella I. BURSAGOVA - MD, Ph.D., Clinical Deputy Head of the Department of Psychoneurology and Psychosomatic Pathology on the  of the National Medical Research Center for Child Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Dmitry V. VLODAVETS  - MD, Ph.D., acting Head of the Russian Children's Neuromuscular Center, senior researcher at the Department of Psychoneurology and Epileptology of the  Separate structural unit "Academician Yu.E. Veltishchev Research Clinical Institute of Pediatrics" the N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical  Pirogov University, Associate Professor of the Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics of the Pediatric Faculty of the N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical  University   (Moscow, Russia)
  • Oksana V. GLOBA - MD, Ph.D., senior scientific researcher, National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Natalya V. ZHURKOVA - MD, Ph.D., Leading Researcher of the  Center for Basic Research in Pediatrics, National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Vera A. ZMANOVSKAYA - MD, Ph.D., Chief-doctor of the Children's Psychoneurological Treatment and Rehabilitation Center "Nadezhda", chief freelance specialist in child medical rehabilitation of the Department of Health of the Tyumen Region, associate professor of the Department of Theory and Practice of Nursing Tyumen State Medical University (Tyumen, Russian Federation)
  • Shavkat U. KADYROV - MD, Ph.D., neurosurgeon of the 1st children’s department of the N.N. Burdenko National Research Centre of Neurosurgery (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Sergey A. KLYUSHNIKOV - MD, Ph.D., leading researcher of the 5th neurological department "Scientific Center of Neurology" (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Olga B. KONDAKOVA  - MD, Ph.D., head of the department of medical genetics of National Medical Research Center for Children's Health   (Moscow, Russia)
  • Svetlana L. KULIKOVA - MD, Ph.D., leading researcher of the neurological department of the Republican scientific and practical center of neurology and neurosurgery, curator of the Republican neurological department for children (Minsk, Belarus)
  • Anna V. LASHKOVA - MD, Ph.D., Head of the Department of Autism Spectrum Disorders and Other Childhood Mental Disorders National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Svetlana G. MAKAROVA - MD, Head of the Department of Preventive Pediatrics, National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Yury E. NESTEROVSKY - MD, Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Academician L.O. Badalyan Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics, Faculty of Pediatrics, N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Tatyana V. PODKLETNOVA - MD, Ph.D., researcher of the Department of Psychoneurology and Psychosomatic Pathology National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Andrey A. REUTOV - MD, Ph.D., neurosurgeon of the Department of Neurosurgery of the Central Clinical Hospital with Polyclinic", Office of the President of the Russian Federation (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Aleksey A. KHOLIN - MD, Ph.D., DSci., Professor of the Academician L.O. Badalyan Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics, Faculty of Pediatrics, N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Zhuzhuna M. TSOTSONAVA - MD, Ph.D., associate professor of the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery with a postgraduate course "of the Astrakhan State Medical University, chief children's neurologist of the Astrakhan region of the Southern Federal District (Astrakhan, Russian Federation)
  • Oleg B. CHELPACHENKO - MD, Ph.D., leading researcher, orthopedic traumatologist at the neuro-orthopedic department of the National Medical Research Center for Children's Health (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • Inna O. SHCHEDERKINA  - MD, Ph.D., Head of the Center for the Treatment of Cerebrovascular Pathology in Children and Adolescents of the  Morozovskaya Children's City Clinical Hospital (Moscow, Russian Federation)


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