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January-March 2023| Vol 12| Issue 1

Editorial

Professional advancement in medical institutions: Should research and publications be prioritized over teaching?

Schools of medicine are institutions where education is revered. Growth also entails learning. Most of the time, when we talk about professional growth, we typically envision attending conferences a...


Original Article

Variations of nutcracker phenomenon: A cadaveric and computed tomography angiographic study

Introduction: The nutcracker phenomenon (NCP) (or the left renal vein [LRV] entrapment) focuses on the constriction of the LRV. It occurs commonly between the abdominal aorta (AA) and the sup...


Original Article

Development of the submucosa and musculature in the human fetal stomach: A microscopic study

Background: Development of the human fetal stomach starts at the 4th week of intrauterine life. The knowledge of histogenesis of the musculature of the stomach is important for und...


Original Article

Foot morphology and its relationship to arch height index in asymptomatic adults versus adults presenting with foot pain (nontraumatic)

Background: The uniqueness of the human foot, in performing various functions, is intricately associated with different morphological parameters, and arch height index (AHI) is an important p...


Original Article

Awareness, knowledge, and attitude towards body donation among medical and paramedical students

Background: Cadavers are the mainstay of learning anatomy by dissection. Due to insufficient awareness of body donation, most of the medical institutions are facing a shortage of cadavers. He...


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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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