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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Anatomy knowledge retention is an important consideration in the training of health professionals. In this study, musculoskeletal anatomy knowledge retention
The processus vaginalis (PV) is an embryonic diverticulum of the parietal peritoneum at the deep inguinal ring. The patent processus
The vascular supply to the head and neck is chiefly derived from the carotid system of arteries. Numerous variations have
Evidence of ZIO positive Langerhans cell: a dendritic cell subset in normal and polypoid nasal mucosa
Nasal polyps are outgrowths of oedematous nasal mucosa of inflammatory origin. Langerhans cells (LCs) residing in the nasal mucosa are
Knowledge of the anatomy of this region is extremely important in determining the surgical approach in craniovertebral junction pathologies and
Influence of each hesperidin and insulin on diabetes-induced testicular alterations in adult albino rats
Diabetes mellitus is a chronic metabolic disorder that adversely affects male reproductive organs, resulting in infertility due to testicular atrophy.
The stapedius is the smallest skeletal muscle of the body, which has a significant importance in otology as one of
Impact of multimodality integrated anatomy teaching approach towards teaching effectiveness, student engagement, and social interaction
Medical schools are substituting anatomy dissection with various supplemental learning techniques such as virtual and augmented reality. Most studies focus
We read the case report by Hegazy AA, Hegazy MA (2020), “Unusual case of absence of suprascapular notch and foramen”
In December 2019, Dr. Gelfman published a very interesting article in Jama Cardiology entitled The David sign (Gelfman, 2020), explaining
The use of standardized patients (SPs) is becoming increasingly common in medical education. Many advantages exist for the use of