Vol 67, No 4 (2008)

Date published: 2008-09-30

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES

The anatomy of the human thyroid veins and its surgical application

N. Wafae, K. Hirose, C. Franco, G.C. Wafae, C.R. Ruiz, L. Daher, O.C. Person

Folia Morphol 2008;67(4):221-225.

Simvastatin decreases hepatic ischaemia/reperfusion-induced liver and lung injury in rats

F. Dibazar, B. Hajipour, M.M. Hosseinian, M.R. Hemmati, A. Ghandiha

Folia Morphol 2008;67(4):231-235.

A rare constellation of multiple upper limb anomalies

S. Wadhwa, N. Vasudeva, J.M. Kaul

Folia Morphol 2008;67(4):236-239.

Morphological parameters of the acromion

G. Paraskevas, A. Tzaveas, B. Papaziogas, P. Kitsoulis, K. Natsis, S. Spanidou

Folia Morphol 2008;67(4):255-260.

The morphology and clinical importance of the axillary arch

V.H. Bertone, N.E. Ottone, M. Lo Tartaro, N. García de Quirós, M. Dominguez, D. Gonzalez, P. López Bonardi, S. Florio, E. Lissandrello, E. Blasi, C. Medan

Folia Morphol 2008;67(4):261-266.

Morphologic variation of the diaphragmatic crura: a correlation with pathologic processes of the esophageal hiatus?

M. Loukas, Ch.T. Wartmann, R.S. Tubbs, N. Apaydin, R.G. Louis Jr., A.A Gupta, R. Jordan

Folia Morphol 2008;67(4):273-279.

Morphology of root canals in adult premolar teeth

T.K. Różyło, M. Miazek, I. Różyło-Kalinowska, F. Burdan

Folia Morphol 2008;67(4):280-285.

Gross anatomy of the intestine and its mesentery in the nutria (Myocastor coypus)

W. Pérez, M. Lima, A. Bielli

Folia Morphol 2008;67(4):286-291.
CASE REPORTS

Morphological characterisation of malignant histiocytosis in a cat

L. Cortese, O. Paciello, S. Papparella

Folia Morphol 2008;67(4):299-303.

Axial transformation of the profunda femoris vein: formation, relations and course in a cadaveric specimen

K. Natsis, T. Totlis, G. Paraskevas, E. Papathanasiou, G. Sofidis, G. Noussios

Folia Morphol 2008;67(4):304-306.

Levator claviculae: a case report and review of the literature

M. Loukas, A. Sullivan, R.S. Tubbs, M.M. Shoja

Folia Morphol 2008;67(4):307-310.

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