"Macroscopic anatomy is traditionally defined as body structures that are visible to the naked eye. Brodmann and Golgi were both major contributors to our understanding of the gross anatomical complexity and making sense for us of the multitude of anatomical regions. Since then several atlases of gross anatomy have been published each with differing emphasis. At least six different cytoarchitectonic brain atlases reflect the challenge of the gross and microanatomical aspects alone... Michael Hoffmann, Beyond the Three Dimensional Aspects of Neuro-anatomy: The Multidimensional Brain
Journal of Anatomy is one of the best peer reviewed journals in anatomy that publishes scientific research papers in all fields of anatomy including embryology, comparative anatomy as well as evolutionary biology and phylogeny; in the form of research and review articles as well as case reports. The Editorial Board of the journal includes eminent personalities from the field of anatomy and physiology, who are involved in the regular peer review of the submitted papers, insuring high quality and originality of contents.
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