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The sternalis – more common than we believe? A cadaveric study (2016)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Krishnan, J. V., Brittain, J., Gabriel, J., Murphy, T., Reid, M. D., Shaw, V., & Smith, C. F. (2016, December). The sternalis – more common than we believe? A cadaveric study. Presented at Anatomical Society Winter meeting. King's College London, 2016. Understanding Anatomy Through Embryology, London, UK

Introduction The sternalis is a normal anatomical variant that is typically poorly understood and not taught at undergraduate level. It is a thin, para‐sternal strap muscle that originates from the upper sternum and infra‐clavicular region with vari... Read More about The sternalis – more common than we believe? A cadaveric study.

Was acupuncture developed by Han Dynasty Chinese anatomists? (2016)
Journal Article
Shaw, V., & Mclennan, A. K. (2016). Was acupuncture developed by Han Dynasty Chinese anatomists?. Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology, 299(5), 643-659. https://doi.org/10.1002/ar.23325

Anatomical dissection has begun to reveal striking similarities between gross anatomical structures and the system of nomenclature used in traditional Chinese acupuncture. This paper argues that acupuncture point nomenclature is rooted in systematic... Read More about Was acupuncture developed by Han Dynasty Chinese anatomists?.