Clinical Anatomy

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Editor-in-Chief: R. Shane Tubbs

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Online ISSN: 1098-2353

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Clinical Anatomy Video Highlights

We are pleased to present you with CA Video Highlights: summaries of recently published CA articles created by the articles' authors.

Left phrenic nerve anatomy relative to the coronary venous system: Implications for phrenic nerve stimulation during cardiac resynchronization therapy

Video Highlight from Julianne H. Spencer, Ryan P. Goff and Paul A. Iaizzo on their recently published Clinical Anatomy paper entitled Left phrenic nerve anatomy relative to the coronary venous system: Implications for phrenic nerve stimulation during cardiac resynchronization therapy (click title to read the paper on Wiley Online Library.)

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The new Clinical Anatomy Special Issue on Spinal Cord and Peripheral Nerves is now available to read online for FREE.

craniocervical

Posterior view of the craniocervical region noting the radicular branches of the vertebral artery traveling medially to supply roots and spinal cord.
From Bosmia et al.

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