Vol 69, No 3 (2010)

Date published: 2010-08-02

Table of Contents

open access


Anomalies of the inferior vena cava: a report of two cases and a short review of the literature

S. Kapetanakis, C. Papadopoulos, P. Galani, G. Dimitrakopoulou, A. Fiska

Review article

Folia Morphol 2010;69(3):123-127.

Research of thoracolumbar spine lateral vascular anatomy and imaging

H. OuYang, Z. Ding

Original article

Folia Morphol 2010;69(3):128-133.

A case of occipitalization in the human skull

J. Skrzat, I. Mróz, J.K. Jaworek, J. Walocha

Original article

Folia Morphol 2010;69(3):134-137.

The effects of swimming exercise and supraphysiological doses of nandrolone decanoate on the testis in adult male rats: a transmission electron microscope study

M.A. Naraghi, F. Abolhasani, I. Kashani, I.J. Anarkooli, M. Hemadi, A. Azami, M. Barbarestani, R.J. Aitken, S. Shokri

Original article

Folia Morphol 2010;69(3):138-146.

Geometry of the articular facets of the lateral atlanto-axial joints in the case of occipitalization

A.M. Ryniewicz, J. Skrzat, A. Ryniewicz, W. Ryniewicz, J. Walocha

Original article

Folia Morphol 2010;69(3):147-153.

Variations in the anatomy of ansa cervicalis

P.M. Mwachaka, S.S. Ranketi, H. Elbusaidy, J. Ogeng’o

Original article

Folia Morphol 2010;69(3):160-163.

Structural organisation of tunica intima in the aorta of the goat

J.A. Ogeng’o, A.A. Malek, S.G. Kiama

Original article

Folia Morphol 2010;69(3):164-169.

Relationship between radiographic features and bone mineral density in elderly men

Ö. Karabulut, M.C. Tuncer, Z. Karabulut, A. Açlkgöz, E.S. Hatipoglu, Z. Akkus

Original article

Folia Morphol 2010;69(3):170-176.

Formation of the vertebral arches of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar vertebrae in early human foetuses

M. Grzymisławska, W. Woźniak

Original article

Folia Morphol 2010;69(3):177-179.

Bilateral pectoral musculature malformations with concomitant vascular anomaly

G.K. Paraskevas, A. Raikos

Case report

Folia Morphol 2010;69(3):187-191.


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