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Satheesha Nayak B, and Srinivasa RS, and Ashwini AP, and Naveen K, and Swamy RS, and Deepthinath R, and Surekha DS, and Prakashchandra S, (2015) Short Axillary Vein and an Axillary Venous Ladder Formed by Basilic and Brachial Veins – An Anatomical and Clinical Perspective. Journal of Surgical Academia, 5 (2). pp. 29-32. ISSN 2231-7481

Surekha DS, and Nayak SB, and Prasad AM, and Srinivas RS, and Cilwyn SB, (2015) Unusual Branching Pattern of Axillary and Brachial Arteries in the Right Upper Limb – A Case Report. Journal of Surgical Academia, 5 (2). pp. 47-50. ISSN 2231-7481

Satheesha BN, and Srinivasa RS, and Prakashchandra S, and Surekha DS, and Deepthinath R, and Raghu J, and Abhinitha P, and Jyothsna P, (2014) Unusual Path of Branches of Ilioinguinal Nerve: A Clinically Important Anatomic Variant. Journal of Surgical Academia, 4 (2). pp. 59-61. ISSN 2231-7481

Naveen K, and Jyothsna P, and Swamy RS, and Anitha G, and Surekha DS, and Ashwini AP, and Satheesha NB, (2014) Trifurcated hepatic artery proper with unusual course and termination of right hepatic artery into fossa for gall bladder. Journal of Surgical Academia, 4 (1). pp. 70-72. ISSN 2231-7481

Satheesha BN, and Sirasanagandla SR, and Surekha DS, and Deepthinath R, and Sudarshan S, and Raghu J, (2014) Variant origin of the left vertebral artery from a vertebro-subclavian trunk associated with an unusual branch arising from the brachiocephalic trunk. Journal of Surgical Academia, 4 (1). pp. 73-75. ISSN 2231-7481

Satheesha NB, and Srinivasa Rao S, and Narendra P, and Anitha G, and Surekha DS, and Naveen K, and Ashwini A, and Swamy RS, (2013) Uncommon peritoneal anomaly of spleen associated with the unusual relationship of spleen with the left lobe of the liver. Journal of Surgical Academia, 3 (1). pp. 47-49. ISSN 2231-7481

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