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July-September 2021| Vol 70| Issue 3

Editorial

Evolving trends in anatomy teaching across the globe: A new perspective

The basic purpose of all governments is to produce competent medical graduates who should be able to perform basic medical and surgical procedures efficiently with precision and competence. To achi...


Original Article

Educational resources used by 1st-year medical students

Introduction: A dynamic teaching–learning environment is being established in Indian medical institutions with the implementation of a competency-based medical education curriculum. Thi...


Original Article

Proliferative capacity of retinal progenitor cells in human fetal retina

Introduction: Retina is an innermost, delicate, and photosensitive layer of the eyeball, which is composed of 10 layers and 8 specialized cells which are involved in paramount function of the...


Original Article

Wax versus plastinated models in teaching human anatomy to health-care professionals. A randomized crossover trial

Introduction: Teaching anatomy moved from teacher-centered to student-centered learning. Three-dimensional models help to improve self-learning of basic concepts other than anatomical spatial...


Original Article

Three-dimensional evaluation of maxillary sinuses in the Turkmen population, North of Iran

Introduction: Understanding the variation in the size and shape of the paranasal sinuses in detail is a clinically relevant matter for sinusitis patients. This study was performed to determin...


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Journal of the Anatomical Society of India, a publication of Anatomical Society of India, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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