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.
This study’s goal was to obtain the length, medial-anterior angulation, and basis-apex coordinates of the styloid process (SP) on 3D-CT
Radiological anatomy of the suboccipital segment of the vertebral artery in a select South African population
Vertebral artery (VA) injuries remain one of the most encountered complications during surgical intervention at the craniovertebral junction (CVJ). Anatomically,
Effects of mondia whitei on the morphometry and histological structure of the testis of the albino rat
The purpose of this study was to describe the effect of Mondia whitei on the histomorphometry of the albino rat
Influence of global cerebral ischemia/reperfusion injury on rat dentate gyrus and the possible protective effect of beetroot (Beta vulgaris L.) extract
The dentate gyrus is a sensitive region of the brain for learning and memory, and is thus vulnerable to post-ischemic
Evaluation of the effect of n-hexane extract of Leptadenia hastata on the histomorphology of the liver in streptozotocin induced diabetic Wistar rat
Diabetes mellitus is becoming a serious health challenge to many individuals all over the world. The treatment and management of
Trace metals are naturally materials found in water, earth crust and rocks, making the exposure rate to thesemetals is high affecting vital organs of the body. Diabetes is an endocrinal disease that can also affect many body organs byits oxidative stress like action.
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Partial anomalous pulmonary venous connection characterizes a direct connection between the pulmonary veins and the right atrium or venous system.
The palmaris profundus (PP) is a variable muscle present in the flexor muscle region of the forearms. Its implication in
Modern day anatomy educators face many educational challenges associated with changes in curriculum, institutional reorganization and reduced teaching hours—all alongside
Coronary artery (CA) disorders are among the major causes of morbidity and mortality in humans. We attempt to explain CA