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Study of diaphyseal nutrient foramina in human long bones.
Periosteal, muscular and vascular theories are discussed for the normal and abnormal direction of the foramina; the vascular theory offers the best explanation of all reported anomalies as well as of the normal fashioning of the nutrient canals.
A comparative study of pterion formation and its variations in the skulls of Nigerians and Indians.
All the three varieties of pterion i.e. sphenoparietal, frontotemporal and stellate are found in both races.
A metrical study of laryngeal cartilages and their ossification.
The various measurements in the laryngeal cartilages were more marked in male than the female except of the thyroid angle and the length of the superior horn.
Anthropometric study of male external genitalia of 320 healthy Nigerian adults.
The size of the genitalia increases with the increase in age in younger year groups, but this growth slows down after attaining a definite height and weight.
Interparietal bones in Nigerian skulls.
The study was conducted on 40 adult Nigerian skulls which were examined for the presence of interparietal and pre-interparietal bones. Only one interparietal bone was found (2.5% of the present…
Study of Os japonicum in Uttar Pradesh crania.
The incidence of Os japonicum has been studied in 500 Uttar Pradesh crania, and is found to be 4%. Typical bipartile zygomatic bone das present in 40 instances. In 6 bones only a horizontal groove…
Eggshell Morphology of Selected Indian Bird Lice (Phthiraptera: Amblycera and Ischnocera)
It was found that the markings present on the egg cases of avian lice could be used to differentiate the genera and species of phthirapteran species infesting different avian hosts.
Metrical study of rhomboid fossa of clavicle.
A restudy of Parvitaenia campylancristrota (Wedl, 1855) n. comb, with a note on the taxonomy of the genus Parvitaenia Burt, 1940.
- S. Saxena
Surface projection of arterial segments in the human kidney.
Study of intrarenal arterial segments of human kidney by the corrosion cast method has been carried out on 100 kidneys obtained within 24 h of death and the number of segments was very rarely reduced to three due to the absence of the posterior and apical segments.