Open Access Biomedical Publisher Using Post Publication Peer Review
This article is based on analyses of anatomic variations of arterial system of upper limb. It is important to know such variations not only for teaching purposes but also for surgical and radiological interventions.
The claims are novel
The methodology is valid
The authors should discuss the embriyonic basis of arterial variations of the upper limb. This will sound better for the work and provide a basis to understand such variations.
Yes. The arterial variations are documented well together with a search of the literature.
Barut, Ç., Ö. Sevinç, H. Özden, A. Comert, A.F. Esmer, I. Tekdemir ve A. Elhan “Surgical anatomy and bifurcation patterns of the popliteal artery: an anatomical syudy”, Turkiye Klinikleri J Med Sci, 29, 338-343, (2009). Sevinc, O., Y. Arifoglu, C. Barut, M. Is ve M. Diramali, “Variation in the formation of the median nevre involving a communicating branch from the musculocutaneous nerve”, Case Rep Clin Pract Rev, 8, 143-146 (2007).
This article aims to describe arterial variations at the axillary, arm, forearm, and palmar levels. Various types of variations and their clinical implications are also discussed.
Yes. It would be a great seminar for medical students and residents.
This article is very significant because, as the article itself states, the normal and variant anatomy of the region should be well-known for accurate diagnosis, better treatment and the avoidance of iatrogenic injuries during intervention vascular procedures.
Clinical associate professor
No claims just stating anatomical variations in Nepalese women, it is very important.
No not novel and was explored so many times before.
Yes, and no more evidence needed.
Joining pictures would give more effective effect.
I am consultant Obstetrics and Gynaecology and researcher
All site content, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution License