British Journal of Anatomy
The British Journal of Anatomy is a peer-reviewed, British medical journal focused on understanding anatomy through research analysis of structure, function, development, and evolution. Articles include case studies, clinical and theoretical explorations, and observational, evidence, and data-driven research. Topics include but are not limited to cellular biology, morphology, developmental biology, functional anatomy, vertebrate paleontology, musculoskeletal development, and advances in the science, education, and clinical application of the anatomical understanding. The audience includes medical professionals in a range of disciplines, researchers, and educators. The aim of the journal is to provide information on the latest advancements in the study of anatomy.
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