Levon Kolesnikov

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This article describes the identification of skeletal remains attributed to the family of Tsar Nicolay Romanov and other persons buried together at a site near present-day Ekaterinburg, Russia. Detailed descriptions are given regarding the objective methods of craniofacial and odontological identification that were used. Employing computer-assisted(More)
By means of histo-topographical sections 80 preparations of the distal end of the esophagus and the cardia of the stomach have been studied. The blocks have been cut in the frontal and horizontal planes. Certain variability in thickness of the circular layer of the EGP muscle membrane has been revealed. Presence of the EGP sphincter has been proved(More)
New bounds on the number of similar or directly similar copies of a pattern within a finite subset of the line or the plane are proved. The number of equilateral triangles whose vertices all lie within an n-point subset of the plane is shown to be no more than ⌊(4n− 1)(n− 1)/18⌋. The number of k-term arithmetic progressions that lie within an n-point subset(More)
Measurements of 18 bilateral signs were carried out in 94 Negroid skulls. All parts of the facial skull are clearly asymmetrical, if regarded separately, while the summary sizes of the left and right halves of the facial skull are equal. In the upper part of the face the most asymmetrical parameters are the width of the bridge of the nose, width of the(More)
Individual differences of gastroduodenal transition shape, dimensions and structure were studied using histo-topographic preparations from 45 human cadavers, 60 intravital X-ray photographs and findings from 55 endoscopic examinations. The range of differences in the position of gastroduodenal mucosal junction on pyloric duodenal and gastric surfaces, was(More)