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Staining of the Brainstem by Using Copper Phthalocyanine Dye in the Course of Neuroanatomy

Park Y, Hur MS, Oh CS

Brainstem seems to be one of the structures difficult for studying and dissecting in the course of neuroanatomy. It is because the diverse nuclei including cranial nerve nuclei and many...
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Morphological Variations of the Human Interarytenoid Muscle

Lee SH, Shin KJ

This study investigated morphological variations of the transverse and oblique bellies of the interarytenoid muscle and their microstructures in humans. Forty-seven larynges from 50 formalin-embalmed cadavers were dissected to expose...
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Facial artery: anatomical variations in the perioral region in cadavers

Nguyen VH, Cheng-Kuan L, Nguyen TA, Cai THNT

Background: In recent years, there has been an increase in reports of perioral vascular complications resulting from filler injections, such as necrosis of the lip or alar rim, occlusion, and...
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Fenestrated popliteal vein pierced by a branch of the tibial nerve

Muo EC, Iwanaga J, Cardona JJ, Olewnik , Dumont AS, Tubbs RS

Knowledge of anatomical variations is important so as to avoid potential iatrogenic injury or misdiagnosis on imaging. Here we report an unusual finding and relationship between the tibial nerve and...
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Histology and immunohistochemistry of the human carotid sinus nerve

Bryant D, McCormack E, Cardona JJ, Chaiyamoon A, Shekhawat D, Reina F, Carrera A, Iwanaga J, Dumont AS, Tubbs RS

The carotid sinus nerve (CSN) is well known as mediating baroreflexes. However, studies of its detailed histological analysis are scant in the literature. Therefore, the current anatomical study sought to...
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Trabeculae in the basilar venous plexus: anatomical and histological study with application to intravascular procedures

Grayson VS, Couldwell M, Chaiyamoon A, Cardona JJ, Reina F, Carrera A, McCormack EP, Johnson K, Keshavarzi S, Iwanaga J, Dumont AS, Tubbs RS

Few studies have examined the basilar venous plexus (BVP) and to our knowledge, no previous study has described its histology. The present anatomical study was performed to better elucidate these...
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Anatomical variations of the tibial nerve and their clinical correlation

Soetoko AS, Fatmawati D

The tibial nerve is a branch of the sciatic nerve, which innervates the legs and feet. Anatomical variations of this nerve at the ankle are commonly found. The variation of...
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Current Trends and Future Developments in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Current Concepts Review

Lee DW, Kim JN, Kim SW, Cho SI, Kim NY, Park BS

As the number of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructions has increased significantly, surgical techniques have also made a lot of progress, and clinical outcomes are improving accordingly. However, the authors...
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Classification system for partial distal biceps tendon tears: a descriptive 3-Tesla magnetic resonance imaging study of tear morphology

Boyle AB, MacLean SB

Background: There is minimal literature on the morphology of partial distal biceps tendon (DBT) tears. We sought to investigate tear morphology by retrospectively reviewing 3-Tesla magnetic resonance imaging (3T MRI) scans...
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Lymph Node Stations of Pancreas Which Are Identified in Real Color Sectioned Images of a Cadaver With Pancreatic Cancer

Kim CY, Jung Y, Park JS

Background: In pancreatic cancer surgery, anatomical understanding of lymph node metastases is required. Distinguishing lymph nodes in computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging is challenging for novice doctors and medical...
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Single-balloon enteroscopy-assisted endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography in patients with surgically altered anatomy: a technical review

Tanisaka Y, Mizuide M, Fujita A, Shiomi R, Shin T, Sugimoto K, Ryozawa S

Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) in patients with surgically altered anatomy is technically challenging. For example, scope insertion, selective cannulation, and intended procedures, such as stone extraction or stent placement, can...
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Worldwide Temporal Trends in Penile Length: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Belladelli F, Giudice FD, Glover F, Mulloy E, Muncey W, Basran S, Fallara G, Pozzi E, Montorsi F, Salonia A, Eisenberg ML

Purpose Normative male genital measurements are clinically useful and temporal changes would have important implications. The aim of the present study is to characterize the trend of worldwide penile length over...
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The Need for the Standards for Anatomy Labs in Medical School Evaluation and Accreditation

Heo YR, Lee JH

In accordance with the development of medical education, all medical schools in Korea regularly receive evaluation and accreditation from the Korea Institute of Medical Education and Evaluation. Evaluation items include...
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Anthropological report of arctic people’s mummy found at a medieval grave of West Siberia

Slepchenko SM, Gusev AV, Svyatova EO, Hong JH, Lee H, Shin DH

In arctic zone of West Siberia, native people’s bodies were sometimes mummified inside the medieval graves. In 2013 to 2017, we conducted the excavations of medieval graves at Zeleny Yar...
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Anatomical study of the bone morphology of the anterior talofibular ligament attachment

Fujishiro H, Nimura A, Azumaya M, Hattori S, Hoshi O, Akita K

Anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL) injuries are the most common cause of ankle sprains. To ensure anatomically accurate surgery and ultrasound imaging of the ATFL, anatomical knowledge of the bony landmarks...
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First extensor compartment morphology and clinical significance: a cadaver series study

Coşkun O, Ok F, Şahin B, Gürses

The first extensor compartment of the wrist is a distinctly variable anatomical area. Anatomical variations in this region contribute to the pathophysiology and treatment failure of de Quervain’s disease, which...
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Innervation of pineal gland by the nervus conarii: a review of this almost forgotten structure

Gregory K, Warner T, Cardona JJ, Chaiyamoon A, Iwanaga J, Dumont AS, Tubbs RS

The nervus conarii provides sympathetic nerve innervation to the pineal gland, which is thought to be the primary type of stimulus to this gland. This underreported nerve has been mostly...
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The laryngopharyngeal nerve: a comprehensive review

Shapiro S, Parker AL, Cardona JJ, Chaiyamoon A, Reina F, Carrera A, Iwanaga J, Dumont AS, Tubbs RS

The laryngopharyngeal nerve has received much less attention that the other contributions to the pharyngeal plexus i.e., glossopharyngeal and vagus nerves. Often, in descriptions and depictions, the nerve is simply...
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High-Resolution Finger MRI: What Should You Look for in Trauma of the Fingers?

Lee KY, Rim J, Choi JA, Khil EK

The fingers are among the most commonly injured structures in traumatic injuries resulting from sports and work. Finger injuries encompass a broad spectrum of injuries to bone and soft tissues,...
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Laparoscopic right posterior sectionectomy for a large hepatocellular carcinoma close to inferior vena cava

Anand S, Jayapal L, Ema SST, Jameel JKA, Reddy PK

Approximately 20% of hepatocellular carcinomas (HCC) occur in noncirrhotic livers. Resection may be considered for patients with HCC, provided sufficient future liver remnant is available, regardless of the tumor size....
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