The Importance of the Anatomical Variations in Practical Medicine
Valchkevich Dzmitry1* and Valchkevich Aksana2
1Department of Normal Anatomy, Grodno State Medical University, Belarus
2Department of Clinical Laboratory Diagnostic and Immunology, Grodno State Medical University, Belarus
*Corresponding Author: Valchkevich Dzmitry, Department of Normal Anatomy, Grodno State Medical University, Belarus.
March 25, 2021; Published: May 20, 2021
There are many variations of the structure of the human body that can significantly affect the outcome of medical procedures or they can cause pathological conditions in patients. Anatomical variants often met in anatomy and surgery. Knowledge of variant anatomy is extremely important in modern medical education, since the variations of structures can often change the symptoms and the course of diseases. According to the literature, about 10% of cases of intraoperative complications occur due to ignorance of anatomical variants. The anatomist teacher is obliged to analyze clinically significant variants of the structure of organs and structures with students during practical classes in anatomy.
Keywords: Anatomy; Variability; Variation
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