Background: Knowledge of the frontal horn size is necessary for the initial and precise analysis of Ventriculomegaly...
The authors describe the human embryo development in vitro, during the preimplantation stages, i.e., from the zygote until the blastocyst stage...
In conclusion, hallux abductovalgus is a common deformity of the forefoot that has complex implications on the biomechanics and gait of patients. Understanding the anatomy and physiology behind this deformity is essential when creating conservative and surgical treatment plans.
Abstract: Introduction: Enlisting medical students as Teaching Assistants (TAs) in an anatomy course is regarded as beneficial to both students and TAs.
Abstract: Coronary Cameral Fistula (CCF) is rare entity wherein there is an abnormal congenital or acquired anomalous connection between a coronary artery and a cardiac chamber.
Abstract: Objective: The aim was to investigate for the first time, the ameliorative effect of Dark Chocolate (DC) against oxidative stress and apoptosis in heart and brain frontal cortex of rats subjected to Chronic Restraint Stress (CRS).
Abstract: Background and Aim: The human brain undergoes many gross and histopathological changes with regression of the brain tissue leading to the enlargement of the ventricles as age advances.
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New Daily Persistent Headache Treated with Botulinum Toxin Type A: Case Report
Abstract New Daily Persistent Headache (NDPH) is a primary headache disorder, characterized by chronic and unremitting daily headache with abrupt onset and more than three months in duration. It lacks typical clinical features. It may be self-limiting within months or years without therapy, or be refractory to most treatments.