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    • 3D rendering as a tool for cardiac anatomy learning in medical students 

      Casallas, A.; Quijano, Y. (2018)
      Introduction: Teaching cardiac anatomy, due to its complexity, is a constant challenge for professors and students. This situation has led to the creation of new pedagogical strategies, including the use of 3D rendering, ...
    • Anatomical features of bile ducts in a sample of colombian corpses 

      Quijano, Yobany (2020)
      Introduction: In comparison with other countries, studies on the anatomical characteristics of bile ducts in Colombian population are scarce. Objective: To analyze the anatomical features of bile ducts in ...
    • Dissecting the crisis of anatomy 

      Luque Bernal, Ricardo; Quijano Blanco, Yobany (2016)
      Introduction: Anatomy was one of the first established biomedical sciences and enjoyed a tremendous growth since its inception as a science in the early sixteenth century until its peak in the early twentieth century. Then, ...
    • Dissecting the crisis of anatomy 

      Luque, Ricardo; Quijano Blanco, Yobany (2016)
      Introduction: Anatomy was one of the first established biomedical sciences and enjoyed a tremendous growth since its inception as a science in the early sixteenth century until its peak in the early twentieth century. Then, ...
    • Recurrent laryngeal nerve in a sample of the Colombian population 

      Rojas, Manuel; Quijano Blanco, Yobany; Luque Bernal, Ricardo Miguel (2016)
      Background. The recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN), originated from the vagus nerve, is related to different structures on the chest and the neck, as well as it is immersed in various nosological and surgical procedures that ...