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A new classification system for the anatomical variations of the human circle of Willis: A systematic review (2021)
Journal Article
Ayre, J. R., Bazira, P. J., Abumattar, M., Makwana, H. N., & Sanders, K. A. (in press). A new classification system for the anatomical variations of the human circle of Willis: A systematic review. Journal of anatomy, https://doi.org/10.1111/joa.13616

The circle of Willis (CoW) is an anastomotic arterial network located on the base of the brain. Studies have shown that it demonstrates considerable anatomical variation in humans. This systematic review aimed to identify and catalogue the described... Read More about A new classification system for the anatomical variations of the human circle of Willis: A systematic review.

Integrating sport and exercise medicine clinics into the National Health Service: A qualitative study (2020)
Journal Article
Vishnubala, D., Marino, K. R., Pratten, M. K., Pringle, A., Griffin, S. A., Finn, G., …Edwards, K. (2020). Integrating sport and exercise medicine clinics into the National Health Service: A qualitative study. BMJ Open Sport and Exercise Medicine, 6(1), https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjsem-2020-000888

© 2020 Author(s) Objectives To explore the services National Health Service (NHS)-based sport and exercise medicine (SEM) clinics can offer, and the barriers to creating and integrating SEM services into the NHS. Methods Semi-structured interviews we... Read More about Integrating sport and exercise medicine clinics into the National Health Service: A qualitative study.

Anatomical variations of the circle of Willis and their prevalence, with a focus on the posterior communicating artery: A literature review and meta-analysis (2020)
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Jones, J. D., Castanho, P., Bazira, P., & Sanders, K. (2021). Anatomical variations of the circle of Willis and their prevalence, with a focus on the posterior communicating artery: A literature review and meta-analysis. Clinical Anatomy, 34(7), 978-990. https://doi.org/10.1002/ca.23662

The circle of Willis is an anastomotic network of arteries surrounding the base of the brain, providing collateral circulation to prevent ischemia. It has, however, long been established that it exhibits considerable anatomical variation when compare... Read More about Anatomical variations of the circle of Willis and their prevalence, with a focus on the posterior communicating artery: A literature review and meta-analysis.

Clay-Based Modeling in the Anatomist's Toolkit: A Systematic Review (2020)
Journal Article
Curlewis, K., Leung, B., Perera, M., Bazira, P. J., & Sanders, K. A. (2021). Clay-Based Modeling in the Anatomist's Toolkit: A Systematic Review. Anatomical Sciences Education, 14(2), 252-262. https://doi.org/10.1002/ase.1996

© 2020 The Authors. Anatomical Sciences Education published by Wiley Periodicals LLC on behalf of American Association for Anatomy Anatomical education has suffered from reduced teaching time and poor availability of staff and resources over the past... Read More about Clay-Based Modeling in the Anatomist's Toolkit: A Systematic Review.

Online Assessment of Applied Anatomy Knowledge: The Effect of Images on Medical Students' Performance (2020)
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Sagoo, M. G., Vorstenbosch, M. A., Bazira, P. J., Ellis, H., Kambouri, M., & Owen, C. (2021). Online Assessment of Applied Anatomy Knowledge: The Effect of Images on Medical Students' Performance. Anatomical Sciences Education, 14(3), 342-351. https://doi.org/10.1002/ase.1965

Anatomical examinations have been designed to assess topographical and/or applied knowledge of anatomy with or without the inclusion of visual resources such as cadaveric specimens or images, radiological images, and/or clinical photographs. Multimed... Read More about Online Assessment of Applied Anatomy Knowledge: The Effect of Images on Medical Students' Performance.

Ultra-violet body painting: A new tool in the spectrum of anatomy education (2018)
Journal Article
Finn, G. M., Bazira, P. J., Bateman, J., & Sanders, K. A. (2018). Ultra-violet body painting: A new tool in the spectrum of anatomy education. 00 Journal not listed, 22(6), 521-527

This descriptive article explores the use of ultraviolet (UV) body painting within anatomy education. Whilst the use of body painting is not new, UV paint has not previously been used within medical education. It is well documented that body painting... Read More about Ultra-violet body painting: A new tool in the spectrum of anatomy education.