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e-ISSN 1308-8459 | Period Tri-annual | Founded: 2007 | Publisher Turkish Society of Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy (TSACA) |


Anatomy, an international journal of experimental and clinical anatomy, is a peer-reviewed journal published three times a year with an objective to publish manuscripts with high scientific quality from all areas of anatomy. The journal offers a forum for anatomical investigations involving gross, histologic, developmental, neurological, radiological and clinical anatomy, and anatomy teaching methods and techniques.

The journal is open to original papers covering a link between gross anatomy and areas related with clinical anatomy such as experimental and functional anatomy, neuroanatomy, comparative anatomy, modern imaging techniques, molecular biology, cell biology, embryology, morphological studies of veterinary discipline, and teaching anatomy.

Anatomy is currently indexing and abstracting in TUBITAK ULAKBIM Turkish Medical Index, Index Copernicus (ICV 2019=105.84), Proquest, EBSCO Academic Search Complete and Google Scholar.

There is no charge for submitting, processing and publishing articles.

The journal has adopted the Open Access Policy and no fee is charged to the authors, including evaluation and publication, for the manuscripts submitted to our journal.

Anatomy is the official journal of the Turkish Society of Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy (TSACA).



Anatomy

e-ISSN 1308-8459 | Period Tri-annual | Founded: 2007 | Publisher Turkish Society of Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy (TSACA) |
Cover Image


Anatomy, an international journal of experimental and clinical anatomy, is a peer-reviewed journal published three times a year with an objective to publish manuscripts with high scientific quality from all areas of anatomy. The journal offers a forum for anatomical investigations involving gross, histologic, developmental, neurological, radiological and clinical anatomy, and anatomy teaching methods and techniques.

The journal is open to original papers covering a link between gross anatomy and areas related with clinical anatomy such as experimental and functional anatomy, neuroanatomy, comparative anatomy, modern imaging techniques, molecular biology, cell biology, embryology, morphological studies of veterinary discipline, and teaching anatomy.

Anatomy is currently indexing and abstracting in TUBITAK ULAKBIM Turkish Medical Index, Index Copernicus (ICV 2019=105.84), Proquest, EBSCO Academic Search Complete and Google Scholar.

There is no charge for submitting, processing and publishing articles.

The journal has adopted the Open Access Policy and no fee is charged to the authors, including evaluation and publication, for the manuscripts submitted to our journal.

Anatomy is the official journal of the Turkish Society of Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy (TSACA).



Volume 14 - Issue 2 - Aug 31, 2020
  1. Three-dimensional architecture of the great toe muscles: functional implications in hallux valgus
    Pages 77 - 85
    Valera CASTANOV, Maxine VİENNEAU, Takamitsu ARAKAWA, S HASSAN, Anne AGUR, Diane TYCZYNSKİ
  2. Assessment of hip muscles by surface EMG in gait analysis
    Pages 86 - 90
    Menekşe KARAHAN, Bülent Sabri CIĞALI
  3. Relationship between buccal branches of the facial nerve, parotid duct, buccal fat pad and Zuker’s point
    Pages 91 - 96
    Özlem ELVAN, Alev BOBUS
  4. Prevalence and clinical significance of the triticeal cartilage
    Pages 97 - 101
    Rabia KOCA, Zeliha FAZLIOĞULLARI, Kazım KELESOGLU, Mustafa KOPLAY, Ahmet Kağan KARABULUT
  5. Morphological changes in temporomandibular joint dysfunction and effectiveness of different treatment methods
    Pages 102 - 110
    Fatma DUMAN, Aynur ÇİÇEKCİBAŞI, Nesrin ATCİ, Fatma ÖZTÜRK KELEŞ, Bircan YUCEKAYA, Esra Doğru HÜZMELİ, İbrahim DAMLAR
  6. Gender differences in doublecortin expression in the dentate gyrus of the Wistar rat during development
    Pages 111 - 116
    Özlem Tuğçe ÇİLİNGİR-KAYA, Sercan YILDIZ, Nişva LEVENT, Esra Bihter GÜRLER, Ümit ŞEHİRLİ, Serap SİRVANCI
  7. Pedagogical challenges in teaching anatomy on a problem-based learning curriculum
    Pages 117 - 122
    Marcus Vınıcıus BARBOSA, Angelıca BARBOSA, Sinésio DUARTE
  8. Initial effects of Covid-19 pandemic on graduate anatomy education in Turkey
    Pages 123 - 133
    Fulya TEMİZSOY KORKMAZ, İlke Ali GÜRSES
  9. The opinions of physiotherapy students on online anatomy education during Covid-19 pandemic
    Pages 134 - 138
    Begümhan TURHAN, Yavuz YAKUT
  10. Evaluation of the relationship between spatial abilities and anatomy learning
    Pages 139 - 144
    Mustafa AYDIN, Mehmet YILMAZ, Muzaffer ŞEKER
  11. Anatomical perspective on the loss of smell and taste sensation in SARS-CoV-2 infection
    Pages 145 - 149
    David KILROY, Arun KUMAR
  12. Multiple variations of superficial and deep veins in the neck region of a cadaver: a case report
    Pages 150 - 155
    Nilgün TUNCEL ÇİNİ, Nazan GÜNER SAK, Senem TURAN ÖZDEMİR, İlknur ARI
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