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  Volume 9 Number 1 2020
 Original Article
 Study on the Nutrient Foramen of Long Bones of Upper Limb
  Lattupalli Hema
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 A Study of Patterns in the Dorsal Venous Plexus and Veins of Upper Limbs in Humans
  Amarendra M Kabadi
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 An Anatomical Study on Branching Pattern of Coronary Arteries: A Cadaveric Study
  Dhivya Sengottuvel
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 Incidence of Bifid Ureter and Its Clinical Significance: A Cadaveric Study
  Preeti Sonje
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 Comparative Study of Formalin Solution and Saturated Salt Solution for Embalming Cadavers for Surgical Skills Training
  Manish S Ahuja
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 Variations in the Origin and Draining Pattern of Gonadal Vessels with their Surgical Significance and Developmental Correlations
  Neelesh Kanasker
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 Morphometric Study of Orbit in Skull Bones: Direct Measurement Study
  Lattupalli Hema
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 Case Based learning in Neuroanatomy in Small Groups for First MBBS Students
  Shaifaly Madan Rustagi
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 Correlation of Foot Dimensions with Body Mass Index: A Study in Young Population of Central India
  Dinanath Keshavbhat Pujari
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 A Study of Vermiform Appendix and Its Various Position in Adults
  Mohammed Khaleel Ahmed
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 Variations of Coronary Venous Anatomy with Implications for Cardiac Interventions
  Vandana Dave
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 A Study of Variations in the Superficial Veins of Cadavers of Human Upper Limbs in North Karnataka
  Fazal Mehmood Gahlot
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 Morphometric Study on Mastoid Process for Determination of Sex by Using 3D CT Scan
  Dr KS Nemade
[Abstract] | [PDF]
 Case Report
 Rectus Sternalis: A Part of Syndrome of Musculoskeletal and Renovascular Anomalies?
  Manisha B Sinha
[Abstract] | [PDF]