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Aims and Scope
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Trials: Nervous System Diseases (CTNSD) is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal that encompasses clinical trials, research, therapeutics and education for all aspects of nervous system diseases. CTNSD encourages full and transparent reporting of all research. We publish articles on general trial methodology as well as protocols, commentaries and traditional results papers - regardless of outcome or significance of findings.
October-December 2016| Vol 1| Issue 4
Effect of intravenous acetaminophen on post-operative opioid-related complications: study protocol for a randomized, placebo-controlled trial
Background: Unrelieved post-operative pain leads to physiological and psychological consequences which worsen outcomes. Patients still report a 31% incidence of severe pain and 47% incidence of...
Electroencephalographic changes following trigeminal nerve stimulation for major depressive disorder: study protocol for a randomized sham-controlled trial
Background: Major depressive disorder (MDD) is one of the most common psychiatric disorders. Trigeminal nerve stimulation (TNS) is a novel neuromodulation technology with impressive initial res...
Cognitive function and biomarkers after traumatic brain injury: protocol for a prospective inception cohort study
Background: Traumatic brain injury is a high-incidence condition that can cause severe cognitive impairment. At present, functional magnetic resonance imaging is used to analyze changes in brai...
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Correction: Effects of cognitive behavioral therapy on white matter fibers of patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder as assessed by diffusion tensor imaging: study protocol for a parallel group, controlled trial
Xiang-yun Yang1, 2, Jia Luo1, 2, Jing Liu1, 2, Yun Ma1, 2, Zhi-hua Guo1, 2, Xiao-jie Yang1, 2, Zhan-jiang Li1, 2, *
The original version of this article un-fortunately contained mistakes. The affili...