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ISSN 1307-8798 | 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 2017=86.99), 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

ISSN 1307-8798 | 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 2017=86.99), 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 13 - Issue 1 - Apr 2019
  1. Effects of alcohol and tramadol co-treatment on cognitive functions and neuro-inflammatory responses in the medial prefrontal cortex of juvenile male rats
    Pages 1 - 12
    Damilare Adedayo Adekomi, Adebiyi Aderinola Adegoke, Olayinka Olaolu Olaniyan, Adepeju Ester Ogunrinde, Olayemi Kafilat Ijomone
  2. Radiological hip indices correlate with GMFCS level I and GMFM-66 scores in cerebral palsy
    Pages 13 - 20
    Özlem Elvan, Mert Keskinbora, Havva Didem Çelikcan, Alev Bobuş, Anıl Özgür, Mustafa Kömür, Zeliha Kurtoğlu Olgunus
  3. Radiographic evaluation of bone maturations in children and adolescents living in Erzurum using Greulich-Pyle method
    Pages 21 - 26
    Cengiz Öztürk, Mete Özdikici, Samih Diyarbakır
  4. Effects of chronic unpredictable stress on intestinal morphology in Wistar rats
    Pages 27 - 32
    Ufuk Çorumlu, Osman Özcan Aydın, Emel Ulupınar
  5. Clinical evaluation of the temporomandibular joint anatomy using hologram models: a retrospective study
    Pages 33 - 39
    Alper Vatansever, Emrah Özcan, İlter Kuş, Deniz Demiryürek, Bahar Keyik, Ömür Karaca Saygılı
  6. Variation of the brachial plexus roots in the interscalene groove: relevance in interscalene blocks
    Pages 40 - 48
    Kerri Keet, Graham Louw
  7. Cadavers in anatomy classes: opinions of the students of Bursa Uludağ University School of Medicine
    Pages 49 - 55
    Nilgün Tuncel Çini, Serdar Babacan, İlker Mustafa Kafa, Sezer Erer Kafa
  8. Impact of a gynecologic oncology cadaveric dissection course for surgical training
    Pages 56 - 60
    İlker Selçuk, Çağatay Barut, Eray Çalışkan
  9. Sutural bones: a literature review
    Pages 61 - 65
    Rafael Romero-Reverón, Luis A. Arráez-Aybar
  10. Morphological features of the ventral tegmental area: a brainstem structure related to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
    Pages 66 - 70
    Ayşegül Güngör Aydın, Esat Adıgüzel
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