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Quantification of Pancreas Surface Lobularity on CT: A Feasibility Study in the Normal Pancreas

Sartoris R, Calandra A, Lee KJ, Gauss T, Vilgrain V, Ronot M

Objective: To assess the feasibility and reproducibility of pancreatic surface lobularity (PSL) quantification derived from abdominal computed tomography (CT) in a population of patients free from pancreatic disease. Materials and Methods:...
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Students’ Response to Anatomy Practice in era of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Jung SJ, Park K, Lee JH

Due to the sudden spread of COVID-19 in 2020, it was difficult to conduct lectures at medical schools. Accordingly, many medical colleges conducted anatomy practice according to the current situation...
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Comparative study of the digastric and the stylohyoid muscles between wild boars (Sus scrofa scrofa) and domestic swine (Sus scrofa domesticus): revisiting the gross anatomy

Magalhães HIR, Barcelos JB, Romão FB, Borges TRJ, Carvalho-Barros RAd, Miglino MA, e Silva FOC, Ribeiro LdA

Considering Suidae Familie as a perfect and viable experimental biomedical model for research applied to human medicine, it has been sought to describe the comparative anatomy of the digastric and...
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Review of the external carotid plexus: anatomy, function, and clinical manifestations

Razipour SE, Zarrintan S, Mathkour M, Iwanaga J, Dumont AS, Tubbs RS

The external carotid plexus is a combination of postganglionic sympathetic fibers derived from the superior cervical ganglion. This plexus travels along the external carotid artery and continues onto the artery’s...
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Anatomical Study of the Accessory Tendon of the Extensor Hallucis Longus Muscle and Its Clinical Application

Li Y, Zhang JY, Zhao XY, Pan LY, Jin DH, Xu HX, Cui HZ, Liu YQ, Qin XZ, Li Q

Background: The accessory tendon of the extensor hallucis longus (ATEHL) muscle is a common abnormal structure, and its clinical significance remains debatable. In this study, we provide the incidence of...
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Trans-scaphoid Perilunate Fracture Dislocation

Kim HS, Oh WT, Koh IH, Choi YR, Kang HJ

Trans-scaphoid perilunate fracture dislocations, which account for more than half of total cases of perilunate injuries, are common in young patients and occur as a result of high-energy injuries, and...
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Percutaneous Enteral Stent Placement Using a Transhepatic Access for Palliation of Malignant Bowel Obstruction after Surgery

Choi WS, Yoon CJ, Lee JH

Objective: To assess the safety and clinical efficacy of percutaneous transhepatic enteral stent placement for recurrent malignant obstruction in patients with surgically altered bowel anatomy. Materials and Methods: Between July 2009...
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Ultrasound-guided arterial catheterization

Cho SA, Jang YE, Ji SH, Kim EH, Lee JH, Kim HS, Kim JT

Ultrasonography facilitates arterial catheterization compared to traditional palpation techniques, especially in small arteries. For successful catheterization without complications, practitioners should be familiar with the anatomic characteristics of the artery and...
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The role of the iliotibial band cross-sectional area as a morphological parameter of the iliotibial band friction syndrome: a retrospective pilot study

Park J, Cho HR, Kang KN, Choi KW, Choi YS, Jeong HW, Yi J, Kim YU

Background: Iliotibial band friction syndrome (ITBFS) is a common disorder of the lateral knee. Previous research has reported that the iliotibial band (ITB) thickness (ITBT) is correlated with ITBFS, and...
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Suggestions on the Proper Improvement of the Neuroanatomy Lab - Based in the Survey Analysis on the Online Sectional Neuroanatomy Lab Lecture to the Neuroanatomy Class -

Lee Y

Neuroanatomy is essential for the undergraduate students of medical college to understand functional structures of neural system and present the mechanisms how disease and injury lead to the neurological impairment. In...
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Learning Brainstem Anatomy using Plastic Cup Models

Hur MS, Jang HW, Oh CS

New didactic methods have been introduced for teaching gross anatomy and neuroanatomy, which include modern IT technology such as 3-dimensional (3D) printing and virtual (VR) or augmented reality (AR). These...
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Novel bilateral bifurcation of the coronary vasculature

Taylor AM, McAleer J, Wessels Q

Multiple variants and anomalies in the coronary vasculature have been reported. Some variants, particularly those with duplication, can be advantageous, many are insignificant and some are ultimately lethal. Many of...
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Chiari 1.5 malformation, accessory odontoid synchondrosis, and ventral compression: case report

Hage D, Iwanaga J, Bui C, Dumont AS, Tubbs RS

The pathogenesis of Chiari 1 malformations has been explained in several different ways, but extensive evidence suggests a relationship between loss of volume within the posterior cranial fossa and Chiari...
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Defining the popliteal fossa by bony landmarks and mapping of the courses of the neurovascular structures for application in popliteal fossa surgery

Greenwood K, Zyl Rv, Keough N, Hohmann E

Surgical access to the posterior knee poses a high-risk for neurovascular damage. The study aimed to define the popliteal fossa by reliable bony landmarks and comprehensively mapping the neurovascular structures...
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Anatomical Importance Between Neural Structure and Bony Landmark: Clinical Importance for Posterior Endoscopic Cervical Foraminotomy

Kim JY, Kim DH, Lee YJ, Jeon JB, Choi SY, Kim HS, Jang IT

Objective: Posterior endoscopic cervical foraminotomy (PECF) is a well-established, minimally invasive surgery for cervical radiculopathy, but have the more chances of neural structure damage due to the limited visibility and...
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Optimal Complete Rectum Mobilization Focused on the Anatomy of the Pelvic Fascia and Autonomic Nerves: 30 Years of Experience at Severance Hospital

Kim NK, Kim HS, Alessa M, Torky R

The primary goal of surgery for rectal cancer is to achieve an oncologically safe resection, i.e., a radical resection with a sufficient safe margin. Total mesorectal excision has been introduced...
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Adaptations in Anatomy Education during COVID-19

Yoo H, Kim D, Lee YM, Rhyu IJ

Background: The impact of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has profoundly affected education, with most universities changing face-to-face classes to online formats. To adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic situation, we adopted...
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Reunification of a split sciatic nerve

Huang B, Decater T, Iwanaga J, Dumont AS, Tubbs RS

Sciatic nerve (SN) variaitons can result in interesting clinical presentations. We identified a SN variant that does not fit into preexisting classification schemes. In an adult male cadaver, the SN...
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Variation in the vertebral levels of the origins of the abdominal aorta branches: a retrospective imaging study

Fataftah J, Amarin JZ, Suradi HH, Hadidi MT, Shatarat AT, Al Manasra ARA, Shahin S, Badran DH

Our aim was to investigate the variation in the vertebral levels of the origins of the celiac artery, superior and inferior mesenteric arteries, paired renal arteries, and common iliac arteries....
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Deceased donor liver transplantation in an adult recipient with situs inversus totalis: A case report of 10-year clinical sequences following primary and repeat transplantation

Na BG, Hwang S, Ahn CS, Moon DB, Song GW, Jung DH, Park GC, Lee SG

The feasibility of liver transplantation (LT) in adult patients with situs inversus (SI) was demonstrated with advances in surgical techniques. However, SI is very rare, and the experience of LT...
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