The European Journal of Anatomy (EJA) was launched in 1997 as the official Journal of the Spanish Association of Anatomy (SAE). It is a successor to the “Annals of Anatomy”, a journal founded in 1952, which, due to financial difficulties, ceased publication after the 100th issue.
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The effect of corn silk, as a hypoglycemic, on the congenital malformations caused by diabetes in mice: A morphological study
Diabetes is an increasing health problem that could increase the rate of congenital malformations. Therefore, the burden on health care
Knowledge of the anatomy of this region is extremely important in determining the surgical approach in craniovertebral junction pathologies and
The purpose of the study was to study the morphometric and electron microscopic changes of the parenchyma of the mesenteric
The number and organization of sarcomeres within a muscle (referred to as muscle architecture) can be used to predict functional
The vascular supply to the head and neck is chiefly derived from the carotid system of arteries. Numerous variations have
We aimed to test the possible differences in gonial angle values between a Medieval sample and a contemporary sample because
We read the case report by Hegazy AA, Hegazy MA (2020), “Unusual case of absence of suprascapular notch and foramen”
The most common pattern of hepatic arterial anatomy includes the left and right hepatic artery, both branching from the proper
For long the CNS had been considered to lack lymphatics. The last few years have been spotted with works conflicting
The stapedius is the smallest skeletal muscle of the body, which has a significant importance in otology as one of