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July-September 2022| Vol 11| Issue 3


Future of cadaveric dissection in anatomical science education

Shreds of evidence of human cadaveric dissection date back to the 3rd century BC.[1] Herophilus and Erassistratus from Greece, were the first to conduct systematic dissection of human cadaver. 2nd c...

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Clinical relevance of the caudate linguiform process (ponticulus hepatis) in human liver

Background: The caudate linguiform process (CLP), also known as Ponticulus Hepatis, is loosely defined as a bridge of hepatic parenchyma that overlaps the inferior vena cava (IVC) fossa, occa...

Original Article

Morphometric Analysis of Lumbar Dorsal Root Ganglia: A Cadaveric Study

Background: As there is an increase need for less invasive techniques, especially in the spinal interventional procedures, detailed anatomical structures need to be defined for the better sur...

Original Article

Perforators of the arm to provide anatomical basis to skin flaps: A cadaveric study

Introduction: The upper extremity is commonly involved in severe soft tissue defects that can be challenging functionally and cosmetically. Anatomical studies on skin vascularization provide ...

Original Article

Prediction of height using hand and foot parameters in Maharashtrian population

Background: Height, a reflection of skeletal growth, is important in calculating various parameters such as lung volumes, glomerular filtration, and metabolic rate. In forensic medicine, wher...

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ISSN - Print: 2277-4025, Online: 2321-2780

National Journal of Clinical Anatomy, a publication of Society of Clinical Anatomists (SOCA), India, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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