Vol 69, No 4 (2010)

Date published: 2010-12-01

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES

The volume fraction of brain ventricles to total brain volume: a computed tomography stereological study

I. Akdogan, Y. Kiroglu, S. Onur, N. Karabulut

Folia Morphol 2010;69(4):193-200.

Neurovascular relationship between abducens nerve and anterior inferior cerebellar artery

A.F. Esmer, T. Sen, B. Bilecenoglu, E. Tuccar, A. Uz, S.T. Karahan

Folia Morphol 2010;69(4):201-203.

Nuclear maspin expression as a good prognostic factor in human epithelial ovarian carcinoma

M. Sopel, P. Surowiak, I. Berdowska

Folia Morphol 2010;69(4):204-212.

Biometric and morphologic studies of the female reproductive organs of the African giant rat (Cricetomys gambianus: Waterhouse)

M.N. Ali, B.I. Onyeanusi, S.A. Ojo, J.O. Ayo, S.M. Maidawa, J. Imam

Folia Morphol 2010;69(4):213-215.

Foetal development of the pancreas

K. Desdicioglu, M.A. Malas, E.H. Evcil

Folia Morphol 2010;69(4):216-224.

Arterial supply of human and bovine testes: a topographic and morphometric comparison study

M. Polguj, K.S. Jędrzejewski, M. Topol

Folia Morphol 2010;69(4):225-231.

The suprascapular notch: its morphology and distance from the glenoid cavity in a Kenyan population

S.R. Sinkeet, K.O. Awori, P.O. Odula, J.A. Ogeng’o, P.M. Mwachaka

Folia Morphol 2010;69(4):241-245.

Regional differences in aorta of goat (capra hircus)

J.A. Ogeng’o, A.K.A. Malek, S.G. Kiama

Folia Morphol 2010;69(4):253-257.
CASE REPORTS

Anomalous origin of the left vertebral artery from the arch of the aorta: review of the literature and a case report

V. Jayanthi, Prakash, M. Nirmala Devi, B.S. Geethanjali, T. Rajini

Folia Morphol 2010;69(4):258-260.

A giant aneurysm of the internal carotid artery, which caused dysphagia: case study and short review of literatureI

I. Vasileiadis, S. Kapetanakis, A. Fiska, D. Vasileiadis, T. Dimitriou

Folia Morphol 2010;69(4):267-270.

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