EC Clinical and Experimental Anatomy
EC Clinical & Experimental Anatomy (ECCEA) is a professionally edited internationally reviewed journal that gives a research platform to the scholars, researchers, doctors and other professionals to spread practical and theoretical knowledge in the form of research, reviews, commentaries, letters, communications, book reviews, etc., with the universal readers. ECCEA is contented to publish the research outputs in the various fields of anatomy emphasizing on the base line data for the clinical and experimental areas ultimately leading to the high standards of the paper.
- Internationally profound journal that Publishes articles on various disciplines of Anatomy.
- Thorough Double blinded peer review.
- Prompt Acknowledgement after acceptance of article for peer review.
- Rapid Publication after the article is peer reviewed through eminent reviewers.
- Acceptance and Publication of papers with excellence, novelty and originality.
- Issue of Publication Certificate to author.
- High visibility of your Published work.
Anatomy is one of the disciplines of natural science which deals with the structural organization of living things. This branch is subdivided into two parts Macroscopic and Microscopic anatomy. In this Journal we consider not only human anatomy but also considers anatomy of animals, Plants & other living organisms.
Major subject areas of interest in Clinical and Experimental include, but are not restricted to the following fields :
ECCEA accepts articles on all the topics related to Gross Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Imaging Anatomy, Developmental Anatomy, Histology, Clinical Anatomy, Medical Education, Morphology, and Genetics, Animal anatomy, Surgical anatomy, Plant anatomy, embryology, comparative anatomy, evolutionary biology, physiology, animal tissues, vertebrate anatomy, invertebrate anatomy, and other related topics.
We welcome authors to consider following email id to send their articles to us firstname.lastname@example.orgVolume 2 Issue 1 - March 2019
Yasith Mathangasinghe. 2(1): 01.
Ehab Mostafa Elzawawy and Ayman Ahmed Khanfour. 2(1): 02-13.
Shavel Zhanna, Valchkevich Dzmitry and Bobrik Anzhelika. 2(1): 14-16.
Wilson IB Onuigbo and Timothy O Nwabunike. 2(1): 17-19.
François Clarac. 2(1): 20-46.
Serdar Savaş Gül. 2(1): 47-53.
Vladimir Nikolaevich Voloshin, Dmitry Alekseevich Lugovskov, Alexander Nikolaevich Nesterenko, Alena Maximovna Pashchenko and Stanislav Artashosovich Grigorian. 2(1): 54-58.
Irina S Voloshina. 1(3): 93.
S Bhargavi, TA Kannan, Geetha Ramesh, D Sumathi, A Arun Prasad and R Gnanadevi. 1(3): 94-101.
Yasser Ali Kamal. 1(3): 102-109.
Quenton Wessels, Piet Vincentius Hoogland, Adelé du Plessis and Wickus Grobler. 1(3): 110-113.
Mathangasinghe Y and UMJE Samaranayake. 1(3): 114-117.
Nnama Tochukwu, Ilodibe Chigozie, Okeke Somadina, Ikpeze SC and Ozumba OG. 1(3): 118-123.
Hina Khan. 1(2): 47.
Nnama Tochukwu, Anachuna Kenneth, Okeke Somadina, Nwogueze Chukwuebuka and Ilodibe Chigozie. 1(2): 48-61.
Joydeep D Chaudhuri. 1(2): 62-70.
Gerald J Mizejewski. 1(2): 71-77.
Jurate De Prins and Francisco Serna. 1(2): 78-82.
Ahmet Songur, Hilal Guzel, Abdullah Aycicek, Yucel Gonul, Ozan Turamanlar, Emre Kacar, Alaettin Celik and Hanife Uzel Tas. 1(2): 83-92.
Dzmitry Valchkevich and Anton Lemesh. 1(1): 1-3.
Vladimir Nikolaevich Voloshin and Irina S Voloshina. 1(1): 04-16.
Mehrnaz Moattari, Farahnaz Moattari, Gholamreza Kaka, Homa Mohseni Kouchesfahani, Seyed Homayoon Sadraie and Majid Naghdi. 1(1): 17-21.
Ahmet Songur, Said Ekinci, Yusuf Gulsari, Yucel Gonul and Ozan Turamanlar. 1(1): 22-30.
Anneli M Du Plessis. 1(1): 31-39.
Manal E Elsawaf. 1(1): 40-42.
Raviprasanna KH and Anand L Kulkarni. 1(1): 43-46.