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Body cavities and membranes In most cases, the body is described as having two main cavities called the “dorsal and ventral body cavities”. Some anatomical references do not recognize the dorsal body cavity but we will use it in this example because it’s used by many professionals and colleges. It also makes it easier to […]

Anatomical position and directional terms The healthcare industry has its own terminology, especially anatomy and physiology. In order to provide exquisite care and understand the inner workings of the human body, anatomical terminology is a necessity. We’ll begin by going over “anatomical position and directional terms”. In order to describe body parts and positions correctly, […]

Blood Vessels are often compared to a system of pipes with liquid circulating in them, but this analogy is only a starting point. Unlike pipes, blood vessels are extremely dynamic structures that constrict, relax, pulsate, and proliferate. In this article, we’ll examine the structure and function of these important circulatory pathways. Blood vessels within the […]

Edited by: Linda J. Sandell, Editor of Journal of Orthopaedic Research , X. Edward Guo, PhD, Member-at-Large, ORS Board of Directors, and Tingting Tang, Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine

We are honored to present many of the most popular articles from laboratories in China that have been published in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research in the last two years. We hope you enjoy this special selection of research in the musculoskeletal field from China.

The American Physiological Society and The Physiological Society have partnered with Wiley on an online only Open Access journal, Physiological Reports , to serve the international physiology community. The journal publishes peer reviewed research across all areas of basic, translational, and clinical physiology and allied disciplines. All articles are freely available to read, download and share.

Body cavities and membranes In most cases, the body is described as having two main cavities called the “dorsal and ventral body cavities”. Some anatomical references do not recognize the dorsal body cavity but we will use it in this example because it’s used by many professionals and colleges. It also makes it easier to […]

Anatomical position and directional terms The healthcare industry has its own terminology, especially anatomy and physiology. In order to provide exquisite care and understand the inner workings of the human body, anatomical terminology is a necessity. We’ll begin by going over “anatomical position and directional terms”. In order to describe body parts and positions correctly, […]

Blood Vessels are often compared to a system of pipes with liquid circulating in them, but this analogy is only a starting point. Unlike pipes, blood vessels are extremely dynamic structures that constrict, relax, pulsate, and proliferate. In this article, we’ll examine the structure and function of these important circulatory pathways. Blood vessels within the […]

Body cavities and membranes In most cases, the body is described as having two main cavities called the “dorsal and ventral body cavities”. Some anatomical references do not recognize the dorsal body cavity but we will use it in this example because it’s used by many professionals and colleges. It also makes it easier to […]

Anatomical position and directional terms The healthcare industry has its own terminology, especially anatomy and physiology. In order to provide exquisite care and understand the inner workings of the human body, anatomical terminology is a necessity. We’ll begin by going over “anatomical position and directional terms”. In order to describe body parts and positions correctly, […]

Blood Vessels are often compared to a system of pipes with liquid circulating in them, but this analogy is only a starting point. Unlike pipes, blood vessels are extremely dynamic structures that constrict, relax, pulsate, and proliferate. In this article, we’ll examine the structure and function of these important circulatory pathways. Blood vessels within the […]

Edited by: Linda J. Sandell, Editor of Journal of Orthopaedic Research , X. Edward Guo, PhD, Member-at-Large, ORS Board of Directors, and Tingting Tang, Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine

We are honored to present many of the most popular articles from laboratories in China that have been published in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research in the last two years. We hope you enjoy this special selection of research in the musculoskeletal field from China.

The American Physiological Society and The Physiological Society have partnered with Wiley on an online only Open Access journal, Physiological Reports , to serve the international physiology community. The journal publishes peer reviewed research across all areas of basic, translational, and clinical physiology and allied disciplines. All articles are freely available to read, download and share.

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