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Current Issue

January-March 2021| Vol 10| Issue 1

Editorial

Mask – A Ubiquitous Symbol of COVID-19 Scuffle

Introduction COVID 19 pandemic, the first major global catastrophe of this measure in 100 years, had devastating effects on humanity. The SARS-CoV2 virus of the Coronavirus family re...


Review Article

Anatomical and Clinical Characteristics of Paediatric and Adult Eyes

The human eye is one of the special sensory organs. Eyes undergo a series of changes right from infancy to attainment of adulthood. Major changes occur in globe dimensions, orbital and neurological ...


Original Article

A Study on the Advantages and Disadvantages of the Online Teaching Program Conducted in the Department of Anatomy, AIIMS, Raipur – Students' Perspective

Background: Medical education in India always relied on the traditional classroom method of teaching. The current COVID pandemic brought a situation where online classes have taken precedence...


Original Article

Study of Scalene Tubercle and Morphological Features of the First Rib with Clinical Implications

Aim and Objectives: The study aims to study the scalene tubercle and morphological features of the first rib with clinical importance. Materials and Methods: Two hundred and forty adul...


Original Article

Cadaveric Study of Topographical Location and Arterial Diameter of Superficial Palmar Arch with its Clinical Implication

Background: During the surgical exposure of carpal tunnel, it is possible to injure neurovascular structures, especially the superficial palmar arch (SPA) due to its proximity to the flexor r...


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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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