Frontiers Journal of Anatomical Variations (FJAV)

Frontiers Journal of Anatomical Variations (FJAV)  is an open access academic and professional journal affiliated to the FM Publishers.

Frontiers Journal of Anatomical Variations (FJAV) is dedicated to the global advancement of anatomical variations in gross, radiological, neuroanatomy, surgical anatomy and case reports in clinical anatomy. It aims to promote continued developments human anatomy through the sharing of knowledge, ideas and good practice across all anatomy & physiology. The FJAV provides readers with critically peer-reviewed, carefully selected/edited and up to date publications about advances in the field of human anatomy that are relevant to them.

The Journal intends to create and maintain the best expectations at the bleeding edge of research, give a concentration to prove based medication through the distribution of opportune audit articles and exceptional issues and give the discoveries setting, through the distribution of publications, discourses and letters from the careful network. We authorize announcing rules and order the enlistment of all examination including human members in an openly available research vault.

The main objective of this journal is to support and disseminate the research done in the areas of human anatomy. The Journal provides authors with a platform to contribute their findings and help raise awareness among readers on human anatomy. The primary goal of the journal is to maintain high quality of publications.

Frontiers Journal of Anatomical Variations (FJAV) Welcomes Submission of research articles, review article, editorial, case Report, short communication, in all areas of human Anatomy. The journal covers a wide scope of subject that includes below topics:

Human Anatomy
Cell Physiology
Clinical Anatomy
Human Physiology
Forensic Anatomy
Renal Physiology
Surgical Anatomy
Gross Anatomy
Musculoskeletal system
Cell Biology
Smooth Muscle
Cell Motility
Comparative Anatomy
Surface Anatomy
This is an open access journal providing easy access to its viewers globally.

Authors who would like to discuss the potential interest in a manuscript may contact Editorial office.


Thomas R. Gest

Professor of Anatomy, Central Michigan University, USA

Abdelmonem Hegazy

Professor of Anatomy and Embryology, Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University, Egypt

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