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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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,
To investigate the prevalence of ponticulus posticus (PP) in Uruguay, as well as its anatomoclinic characteristics, we used dry bone
This study aimed to investigate the vertical symmetry of the external acoustic meatus (EAM) and its relationship with the occlusal
The aim of this study is to describe the morphology and prevalence of anatomical variants of the celiac trunk (CT)
The aim of this work was to specify the number of the external pudendal arteries and describe its origin as
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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In December 2019, Dr. Gelfman published a very interesting article in Jama Cardiology entitled The David sign (Gelfman, 2020), explaining
The most common pattern of hepatic arterial anatomy includes the left and right hepatic artery, both branching from the proper
The use of standardized patients (SPs) is becoming increasingly common in medical education. Many advantages exist for the use of
In the area of biomedicine, there have been numerous scientific achievements that have resulted in a growing proliferation of therapeutic