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Bilateral multiple renal arteries with an extra-aortic origin and quadruple testicular veins

Lee HB, Yang J, Maeng YH, Yoon SP

Although variations in the urogenital vessels are relatively common, a rare case of asymmetric bilateral multiple renal arteries originating not only from the aorta but also from the testicular artery...
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The rich heritage of anatomical texts during Renaissance and thereafter: a lead up to Henry Gray's masterpiece

Ghosh SK, Kumar A

The practice of modern human anatomy was started by Vesalius in sixteenth century Europe during the Renaissance. His exploits are documented in his legendary anatomical text De humani corporis fabrica....
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Evaluation of morphometric features of fossa navicularis using cone-beam computed tomography in a Turkish subpopulation

Magat G

PURPOSE: Fossa navicularis is a bone defect in the clivus. Familiarity with this anatomical variant is important because it is close to vital anatomical structures in the base of the...
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An opportunity to cherish at the joint conference of 8th Asia Pacific International Congress of Anatomists (8th APICA) and 68th Annual Meeting of Korean Association of Anatomists

Gaikwad MR

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A comprehensive review of the sinuvertebral nerve with clinical applications

Shayota B, Wong TL, Fru D, David G, Iwanaga J, Loukas M, Tubbs RS

The anatomy and clinical significance of the sinuvertebral nerve is a topic of considerable interest among anatomists and clinicians, particularly its role in discogenic pain. It has required decades of...
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Experience for an Anatomist to Participate in Production of the Korean Medical Terminology

Chung MS, Oh CS, Lee YI

Anatomical terms and medical terms have influenced each other in Korea. The first author of this paper participated in making the sixth edition of the Korean medical terminology (2019) as...
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Anatomy and variations of digastric muscle

Kim SD, Loukas M

The digastric muscle consists of the anterior belly and the posterior belly connecting the mandible, hyoid bone and temporal bone. Its unique morphology, structure and variations have drawn genuine interests...
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Anatomy in Michelangelo Art

Park WJ, Jung SJ, Heo YR, Lee JH

Michelangelo was a Renaissance artist showing many works. As the secrets of Michelangelo's art have been revealed recently, various studies have been carried out, revealing the secret code of human...
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Anatomical variations and developmental anomalies of the thyroid gland in Ethiopian population: a cadaveric study

Dessie MA

Because of its embryonic origin, the thyroid gland is predisposed to multiple anatomical variations and developmental anomalies. These include the pyramidal lobe, the origin of levator glandular thyroidae, the absence...
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Homepage to distribute the anatomy learning contents including Visible Korean products, comics, and books

Chung BS, Chung MS

The authors have operated the homepage (http://anatomy.co.kr) to provide the learning contents of anatomy. From the homepage, sectioned images, volume models, and surface models—all Visible Korean products—can be downloaded. The...
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The First Conference Date of Korean Association of Anatomists and the Subjects of Lecture

Song CH

The first conference of Korean Association of Anatomists started on November 13, 1948 at the department of anatomy of Seoul National University College of Medicine by about 10 anatomists and...
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A Bilateral Double Sternalis Muscle in a Korean Cadaver

Lee SJ, Kim J, Yoon SP

Although the sternalis muscle has been well known to anatomists, it is quite unfamiliar to clinicians. During routine educational dissection, we came across a well-defined bilateral double sternalis muscle innervated...
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History of the Korean Anatomical Terminology

Chung IH, Koh KS

In this study, the origin of anatomical terms, the process by which international anatomical terms were made, and the making principles of international anatomical terminology were confirmed. We also describe...
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The Morphometric Study of Main Bronchus in Korean Cadaver

Kim IS, Song CH

This morphometric study of main bronchus was performed to provide the basic data necessary for anatomists, anesthetists and emergency medical technicians. A total of 48 cadavers, 33 men and 15...
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Variations in the origin of superior laryngeal artery

Devadas D, Pillay M, Sukumaran

The superior laryngeal artery is the principal artery supplying the laryngeal mucosa, musculature, and glands. Knowledge of variations in the origin of superior laryngeal artery could prove to be very...
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On attending the 32nd Annual Conference of Chinese Society for Anatomical Sciences (CSAS) joined with 3rd Congress of Asian Association of Clinical Anatomists (AsACA)

Hwang K, Hwang SW

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Anatomical Achievement and Thought of Leonardo da Vinci

Chai OH, Song CH

Leonardo da Vinci is remembered as the greatest genius of the Renaissance. He left outstanding achievements as an artist, scientist and inventor, and contributes up to today's science. He ranks...
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Muscular axillary arch accompanying variation of the musculocutaneous nerve: axillary arch

Jung SJ, Lee H, Choi IJ, Lee JH

Continuous attention has been developed on the anatomical variations of the axilla in anatomist and surgeon due to their clinical importance. The axillary region is an anatomical space between the...
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Human cadaveric dissection: a historical account from ancient Greece to the modern era

Ghosh SK

The review article attempts to focus on the practice of human cadaveric dissection during its inception in ancient Greece in 3rd century BC, revival in medieval Italy at the beginning...
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Aristotelian Philosophy in Its Bearing on Anatomical Thought

Song CH

Although Aristotle is commonly known as a theoretical philosopher and a logician, he was also a great natural scientist. Actually in modern terms he was the first ever anatomist who...
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