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-Dr. Frank Scali (September 28, 2016)  

 

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts/Art

  1. Scali F. Gross anatomy of the deep external rotator muscles of the hip with the sciatic nerve. (Graphite Illustration: Dynamic Ultrasonography of the Deep External Rotator Musculature of the Hip: A Descriptive Study: Inset B in Figures 1-5, inset b). PM&R. 2015, Nov; 8(7): 640-650. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.17050.03523.
  2. Scali F, Nash LG, Pontell ME. Defining the Morphology and Distribution of the Alar Fascia: A Sheet Plastination Investigation. Annals of Otology Rhinology and Laryngology. 2015, Oct; 124(10): 814-819. 
  3. Scali F. Lateral head and neck dissection of a female. (Graphite Illustration: Defining the Morphology and Distribution of the Alar Fascia: A Sheet Plastination Investigation; Figures 1-4). Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology. 2015, Oct; 124(10): 816-818.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.13694.59207
  4. Enix DE, Sudkamp K, Scali F, Keating R, Welk A. Management of Acute Patellar Dislocation: A Case Report. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2015, Sep; 14(3): 212-219.
  5. Scali F, Pontell ME, Nash LG, Enix DE. Investigation of meningomyovertebral structures within the upper cervical epidural space: a sheet plastination study with clinical implications. The Spine Journal. 2015, Jul; 15(11): 2417-2424.
  6. Scali F. Lateral dislocation of the patella with sprained medial patellofemoral ligament. (Graphite Illustration: Management of Acute Patellar Dislocation: A Case Report; Figure 6). Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2015, Jul; 14(3): 215.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.27116.36488  
  7. Scali F. The deep ligamentous structures of the left hand: with and without acute Stener lesion. (Graphite Illustration: Sonographic diagnosis of an acute Stener lesion: a case report; Figures 1a-c). Journal of Ultrasound. 2015, Jun; 19(2): 149.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.20405.47842
  8. Enix DE, Battaglia P, Facemyer E, Kelly R, Scali F. Elastin fiber content in the dura mater of the cervical spine. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2015, Jun; 14(2): 125 - 126.
  9. Mattox R, Welk AB, Battaglia PJ, Scali F, Nunez M, Kettner NW. Sonographic diagnosis of an acute Stener lesion: a case report. Journal of Ultrasound. 2015, Jun; 19(2): 149-152. 
  10. Enix DE, Sudkamp K, Keating R, Aamodt A, Scali F. Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2015, Mar; 29(1): 95.
  11. Enix DE, Scali F, Pontell ME. The cervical myodural bridge. A review of the literature and clinical implications. Journal of Canadian Chiropractic Association. 2014, Jun; 58(2): 184-192. 
  12. Enix DE, Welk A, Keating R, Scali F. Patellar dislocation: a case report. Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2014, Apr; 28(1): 88.
  13. Scali F. Linear representation of diagnostic ultrasound images. (Digital Line Art: Sonographic measurement of the normal suprascapular nerve and omohyoid muscle; Figures 1-4). Manual Therapy. 2014, Apr; 19(2): 167.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.28794.08648
  14. Pontell ME, Scali F, Enix DE, Battaglia PJ, Marshall E. Histological examination of the human obliquus capitis inferior myodural bridge. Annals of Anatomy. 2013, Dec; 195(6): 522-526. 
  15. Pontell ME, Scali F, Marshall E, Enix D. The obliquus capitis inferior myodural bridge. Clinical Anatomy. 2013, May; 26(4): 450-454.
  16. Scali F. Suboccipital muscles of the cervical spine. (Graphite Illustration: Histological analysis of the rectus capitis posterior major’s myodural bridge; Figure 1). The Spine Journal. 2013, May; 13(5): 559. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.12016.87047
  17. Scali F, Pontell ME, Enix DE, Marshall E. Histological analysis of the rectus capitis posterior major's myodural bridge. The Spine Journal. 2013, May; 13(5): 558-563. 
  18. Scali F, Pontell ME, Welk AB, Malmstrom TK, Marshall E, Kettner NW. Magnetic resonance imaging investigation of the atlanto-axial interspace. Clinical Anatomy. 2013, May; 26(4): 444-449.
  19. Scali F, Quirk D. Deep dissection of the cervical spine depicting suboccipital structures and atlanto-occipital myodural bridge. (Colored Illustration: Magnetic resonance imaging investigation of the atlanto-axial interspace: Figure 1). Clinical Anatomy. 2012, May; 24(4): 445. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.25438.64329
  20. Pontell M, Scali F, Marshall E. A unique variation in the course of the musculocutaneous nerve. Clinical Anatomy. 2011, Nov; 24(8): 968-970. 
  21. Scali F. Brachial/axillary region with a musculocutaneous nerve variation. (Graphite Illustration: A unique variation in the course of the musculocutaneous nerve: Figure 1). Clinical Anatomy. 2011, Nov; 24(8): 211. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18727.75685
  22. Scali F, Marsili ES, Pontell ME. Anatomical connection between the rectus capitis posterior major and the dura mater. Spine. 2011, Dec; 36(25): E1612-1614.
  23. Cho JC, Haun DW, Kettner NW, Scali F, Clark TB. Sonography of the normal greater occipital nerve and obliquus capitis inferior muscle. Journal of Clinical Ultrasound. 2010, Jul; 38(6): 299-304.
  24. Cho JC, Haun D, Kettner N, Clark T, Scali F. Normative Evaluation of the Cross-Sectional Area of the Greater Occipital Nerve and the Obliquus Capitis Inferior Muscle Using Ultrasonography. The Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2010, Apr; 24(1): 88.
  25. Kaeser MA, Scali F, Lanzisera FP, Bub GA, Kettner NW. Tumefactive multiple sclerosis: an uncommon diagnostic challenge. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2010, Mar; 10(1): 29-35.
  26. Scali F. Skeletal system of the pelvis, lower extremities, and feet. (Graphite Illustration: The Effects of Manipulation and Concentric Motion of the Ilium around the Sacrum: Figure 1). Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2009, Mar; 23(1): 66.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts Pending
  1. Enix DE, Scali F, Facemyer E, Kelly R. Elastin fiber content in the dura mater of the cervical spine. Spine. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Submitted.
  2. Enix DE, Scali F, Smith D. Histological variation of the iliolumbar ligament. The Spine Journal. 2016, Aug; Pub Status: Submitted.
  3. Enix DE, Scali F, Sudkamp K, Keating R. Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  4. Enix De, Gillam C, Scali F. Accessory rectus capitis posterior major muscle with cervical myodural bridges. Case Reports in Medicine. 2016, Aug; Pub Status: Submitted.
  5. Mattox R, Battaglia P, Kettner N, Scali F. Sonographic findings of distal intersection syndrome progressing to EPL tendon rupture: a case report. Journal of Ultrasound. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  6. Scali F. Neurovascular morphology of the cubital fossa in a specimen with biceps variation. (Graphite  Illustration: Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. Figure 2). 
  7. Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  8. Scali F. The overlapping morphology of dorsal antebrachial tendons. (Colored Illustration: Distal intersection syndrome progressing to extensor pollicis longus tendon rupture: a case report with sonographic findings: Figure 1). Journal of Ultrasound. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  9. Scali F, Nash LG. The origin and morphological presentation of the radial recurrent artery in cadaveric specimens with superficial brachioradial artery variations. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Submitted.
Poster Presentations
  1. Nwosu IA, Miller AJ, Carlson L, Scali F, Warfield DJ, Tornatore M, Perez-Guma J, Nash LG, Ambron RT. (June, 2015). Transramic obturator artery and vein: normal human variants in Dutch and American cadaveric population. Poster presented at: American Association of Clinical Anatomists; Las Vegas, NV, USA. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.32149.52965
  2. Enix DE, Scali F, Battaglia P, Facemeyer E, Kelly R. (May, 2015). Elastin fiber content in the dura mater of the cervical spine Poster presented at: World Federation of Chiropractic; Athens, GRC.
  3. Enix DE, Sudkamp K, Scali F, Keating R, Aamodt A. (March, 2015). Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle, an anatomical variant with clinical implications Poster presented at: American College of Chiropractic Research Agenda Conference; Las Vegas, NV, USA.
  4. Mattox R, Welk A, Battaglia P, Scali F, Nunez B, Kettner N. (March, 2015). Sonographic diagnosis of an acute Stener lesion: a case report Poster presented at: American College of Chiropractic Research Agenda Conference; Las Vegas, NV, USA.
  5. Scali F, Pontell M, Enix DE. (April, 2013). Proprioceptive neurons in the cervical myodural bridge: a feedback mechanism of dural tension monitoring Poster presented at: World Federation of Chiropractic; Durban, ZAF.
  6. Cho JC, Haun D, Kettner N, Clark T, Scali F. (April, 2010). Normative Evaluation of the Cross-Sectional Area of the Greater Occipital Nerve and the Obliquus Capitis Inferior Muscle Using Ultrasonography Poster presented at: ACC Conference Proceedings; Las Vegas, NV, USA.

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Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts/Art
  1. Scali F. Gross anatomy of the deep external rotator muscles of the hip with the sciatic nerve. (Graphite Illustration: Dynamic Ultrasonography of the Deep External Rotator Musculature of the Hip: A Descriptive Study: Inset B in Figures 1-5, inset b). PM&R. 2015, Nov; 8(7): 640-650. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.17050.03523.
  2. Scali F, Nash LG, Pontell ME. Defining the Morphology and Distribution of the Alar Fascia: A Sheet Plastination Investigation. Annals of Otology Rhinology and Laryngology. 2015, Oct; 124(10): 814-819. 
  3. Scali F. Lateral head and neck dissection of a female. (Graphite Illustration: Defining the Morphology and Distribution of the Alar Fascia: A Sheet Plastination Investigation; Figures 1-4). Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology. 2015, Oct; 124(10): 816-818.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.13694.59207
  4. Enix DE, Sudkamp K, Scali F, Keating R, Welk A. Management of Acute Patellar Dislocation: A Case Report. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2015, Sep; 14(3): 212-219.
  5. Scali F, Pontell ME, Nash LG, Enix DE. Investigation of meningomyovertebral structures within the upper cervical epidural space: a sheet plastination study with clinical implications. The Spine Journal. 2015, Jul; 15(11): 2417-2424.
  6. Scali F. Lateral dislocation of the patella with sprained medial patellofemoral ligament. (Graphite Illustration: Management of Acute Patellar Dislocation: A Case Report; Figure 6). Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2015, Jul; 14(3): 215.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.27116.36488  
  7. Scali F. The deep ligamentous structures of the left hand: with and without acute Stener lesion. (Graphite Illustration: Sonographic diagnosis of an acute Stener lesion: a case report; Figures 1a-c). Journal of Ultrasound. 2015, Jun; 19(2): 149.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.20405.47842
  8. Enix DE, Battaglia P, Facemyer E, Kelly R, Scali F. Elastin fiber content in the dura mater of the cervical spine. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2015, Jun; 14(2): 125 - 126.
  9. Mattox R, Welk AB, Battaglia PJ, Scali F, Nunez M, Kettner NW. Sonographic diagnosis of an acute Stener lesion: a case report. Journal of Ultrasound. 2015, Jun; 19(2): 149-152. 
  10. Enix DE, Sudkamp K, Keating R, Aamodt A, Scali F. Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2015, Mar; 29(1): 95.
  11. Enix DE, Scali F, Pontell ME. The cervical myodural bridge. A review of the literature and clinical implications. Journal of Canadian Chiropractic Association. 2014, Jun; 58(2): 184-192. 
  12. Enix DE, Welk A, Keating R, Scali F. Patellar dislocation: a case report. Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2014, Apr; 28(1): 88.
  13. Scali F. Linear representation of diagnostic ultrasound images. (Digital Line Art: Sonographic measurement of the normal suprascapular nerve and omohyoid muscle; Figures 1-4). Manual Therapy. 2014, Apr; 19(2): 167.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.28794.08648
  14. Pontell ME, Scali F, Enix DE, Battaglia PJ, Marshall E. Histological examination of the human obliquus capitis inferior myodural bridge. Annals of Anatomy. 2013, Dec; 195(6): 522-526. 
  15. Pontell ME, Scali F, Marshall E, Enix D. The obliquus capitis inferior myodural bridge. Clinical Anatomy. 2013, May; 26(4): 450-454.
  16. Scali F. Suboccipital muscles of the cervical spine. (Graphite Illustration: Histological analysis of the rectus capitis posterior major’s myodural bridge; Figure 1). The Spine Journal. 2013, May; 13(5): 559. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.12016.87047
  17. Scali F, Pontell ME, Enix DE, Marshall E. Histological analysis of the rectus capitis posterior major's myodural bridge. The Spine Journal. 2013, May; 13(5): 558-563. 
  18. Scali F, Pontell ME, Welk AB, Malmstrom TK, Marshall E, Kettner NW. Magnetic resonance imaging investigation of the atlanto-axial interspace. Clinical Anatomy. 2013, May; 26(4): 444-449.
  19. Scali F, Quirk D. Deep dissection of the cervical spine depicting suboccipital structures and atlanto-occipital myodural bridge. (Colored Illustration: Magnetic resonance imaging investigation of the atlanto-axial interspace: Figure 1). Clinical Anatomy. 2012, May; 24(4): 445. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.25438.64329
  20. Pontell M, Scali F, Marshall E. A unique variation in the course of the musculocutaneous nerve. Clinical Anatomy. 2011, Nov; 24(8): 968-970. 
  21. Scali F. Brachial/axillary region with a musculocutaneous nerve variation. (Graphite Illustration: A unique variation in the course of the musculocutaneous nerve: Figure 1). Clinical Anatomy. 2011, Nov; 24(8): 211. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18727.75685
  22. Scali F, Marsili ES, Pontell ME. Anatomical connection between the rectus capitis posterior major and the dura mater. Spine. 2011, Dec; 36(25): E1612-1614.
  23. Cho JC, Haun DW, Kettner NW, Scali F, Clark TB. Sonography of the normal greater occipital nerve and obliquus capitis inferior muscle. Journal of Clinical Ultrasound. 2010, Jul; 38(6): 299-304.
  24. Cho JC, Haun D, Kettner N, Clark T, Scali F. Normative Evaluation of the Cross-Sectional Area of the Greater Occipital Nerve and the Obliquus Capitis Inferior Muscle Using Ultrasonography. The Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2010, Apr; 24(1): 88.
  25. Kaeser MA, Scali F, Lanzisera FP, Bub GA, Kettner NW. Tumefactive multiple sclerosis: an uncommon diagnostic challenge. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2010, Mar; 10(1): 29-35.
  26. Scali F. Skeletal system of the pelvis, lower extremities, and feet. (Graphite Illustration: The Effects of Manipulation and Concentric Motion of the Ilium around the Sacrum: Figure 1). Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2009, Mar; 23(1): 66.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts Pending
  1. Enix DE, Scali F, Facemyer E, Kelly R. Elastin fiber content in the dura mater of the cervical spine. Spine. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Submitted.
  2. Enix DE, Scali F, Smith D. Histological variation of the iliolumbar ligament. The Spine Journal. 2016, Aug; Pub Status: Submitted.
  3. Enix DE, Scali F, Sudkamp K, Keating R. Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  4. Enix De, Gillam C, Scali F. Accessory rectus capitis posterior major muscle with cervical myodural bridges. Case Reports in Medicine. 2016, Aug; Pub Status: Submitted.
  5. Mattox R, Battaglia P, Kettner N, Scali F. Sonographic findings of distal intersection syndrome progressing to EPL tendon rupture: a case report. Journal of Ultrasound. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  6. Scali F. Neurovascular morphology of the cubital fossa in a specimen with biceps variation. (Graphite  Illustration: Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. Figure 2). 
  7. Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  8. Scali F. The overlapping morphology of dorsal antebrachial tendons. (Colored Illustration: Distal intersection syndrome progressing to extensor pollicis longus tendon rupture: a case report with sonographic findings: Figure 1). Journal of Ultrasound. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  9. Scali F, Nash LG. The origin and morphological presentation of the radial recurrent artery in cadaveric specimens with superficial brachioradial artery variations. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Submitted.
Poster Presentations
  1. Nwosu IA, Miller AJ, Carlson L, Scali F, Warfield DJ, Tornatore M, Perez-Guma J, Nash LG, Ambron RT. (June, 2015). Transramic obturator artery and vein: normal human variants in Dutch and American cadaveric population. Poster presented at: American Association of Clinical Anatomists; Las Vegas, NV, USA. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.32149.52965
  2. Enix DE, Scali F, Battaglia P, Facemeyer E, Kelly R. (May, 2015). Elastin fiber content in the dura mater of the cervical spine Poster presented at: World Federation of Chiropractic; Athens, GRC.
  3. Enix DE, Sudkamp K, Scali F, Keating R, Aamodt A. (March, 2015). Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle, an anatomical variant with clinical implications Poster presented at: American College of Chiropractic Research Agenda Conference; Las Vegas, NV, USA.
  4. Mattox R, Welk A, Battaglia P, Scali F, Nunez B, Kettner N. (March, 2015). Sonographic diagnosis of an acute Stener lesion: a case report Poster presented at: American College of Chiropractic Research Agenda Conference; Las Vegas, NV, USA.
  5. Scali F, Pontell M, Enix DE. (April, 2013). Proprioceptive neurons in the cervical myodural bridge: a feedback mechanism of dural tension monitoring Poster presented at: World Federation of Chiropractic; Durban, ZAF.
  6. Cho JC, Haun D, Kettner N, Clark T, Scali F. (April, 2010). Normative Evaluation of the Cross-Sectional Area of the Greater Occipital Nerve and the Obliquus Capitis Inferior Muscle Using Ultrasonography Poster presented at: ACC Conference Proceedings; Las Vegas, NV, USA.

Peer Reviewed Online Publications
Non-Peer Reviewed Online Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts/Art

  1. Scali F. Gross anatomy of the deep external rotator muscles of the hip with the sciatic nerve. (Graphite Illustration: Dynamic Ultrasonography of the Deep External Rotator Musculature of the Hip: A Descriptive Study: Inset B in Figures 1-5, inset b). PM&R. 2015, Nov; 8(7): 640-650. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.17050.03523.
  2. Scali F, Nash LG, Pontell ME. Defining the Morphology and Distribution of the Alar Fascia: A Sheet Plastination Investigation. Annals of Otology Rhinology and Laryngology. 2015, Oct; 124(10): 814-819. 
  3. Scali F. Lateral head and neck dissection of a female. (Graphite Illustration: Defining the Morphology and Distribution of the Alar Fascia: A Sheet Plastination Investigation; Figures 1-4). Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology. 2015, Oct; 124(10): 816-818.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.13694.59207
  4. Enix DE, Sudkamp K, Scali F, Keating R, Welk A. Management of Acute Patellar Dislocation: A Case Report. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2015, Sep; 14(3): 212-219.
  5. Scali F, Pontell ME, Nash LG, Enix DE. Investigation of meningomyovertebral structures within the upper cervical epidural space: a sheet plastination study with clinical implications. The Spine Journal. 2015, Jul; 15(11): 2417-2424.
  6. Scali F. Lateral dislocation of the patella with sprained medial patellofemoral ligament. (Graphite Illustration: Management of Acute Patellar Dislocation: A Case Report; Figure 6). Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2015, Jul; 14(3): 215.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.27116.36488  
  7. Scali F. The deep ligamentous structures of the left hand: with and without acute Stener lesion. (Graphite Illustration: Sonographic diagnosis of an acute Stener lesion: a case report; Figures 1a-c). Journal of Ultrasound. 2015, Jun; 19(2): 149.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.20405.47842
  8. Enix DE, Battaglia P, Facemyer E, Kelly R, Scali F. Elastin fiber content in the dura mater of the cervical spine. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2015, Jun; 14(2): 125 - 126.
  9. Mattox R, Welk AB, Battaglia PJ, Scali F, Nunez M, Kettner NW. Sonographic diagnosis of an acute Stener lesion: a case report. Journal of Ultrasound. 2015, Jun; 19(2): 149-152. 
  10. Enix DE, Sudkamp K, Keating R, Aamodt A, Scali F. Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2015, Mar; 29(1): 95.
  11. Enix DE, Scali F, Pontell ME. The cervical myodural bridge. A review of the literature and clinical implications. Journal of Canadian Chiropractic Association. 2014, Jun; 58(2): 184-192. 
  12. Enix DE, Welk A, Keating R, Scali F. Patellar dislocation: a case report. Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2014, Apr; 28(1): 88.
  13. Scali F. Linear representation of diagnostic ultrasound images. (Digital Line Art: Sonographic measurement of the normal suprascapular nerve and omohyoid muscle; Figures 1-4). Manual Therapy. 2014, Apr; 19(2): 167.DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.28794.08648
  14. Pontell ME, Scali F, Enix DE, Battaglia PJ, Marshall E. Histological examination of the human obliquus capitis inferior myodural bridge. Annals of Anatomy. 2013, Dec; 195(6): 522-526. 
  15. Pontell ME, Scali F, Marshall E, Enix D. The obliquus capitis inferior myodural bridge. Clinical Anatomy. 2013, May; 26(4): 450-454.
  16. Scali F. Suboccipital muscles of the cervical spine. (Graphite Illustration: Histological analysis of the rectus capitis posterior major’s myodural bridge; Figure 1). The Spine Journal. 2013, May; 13(5): 559. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.12016.87047
  17. Scali F, Pontell ME, Enix DE, Marshall E. Histological analysis of the rectus capitis posterior major's myodural bridge. The Spine Journal. 2013, May; 13(5): 558-563. 
  18. Scali F, Pontell ME, Welk AB, Malmstrom TK, Marshall E, Kettner NW. Magnetic resonance imaging investigation of the atlanto-axial interspace. Clinical Anatomy. 2013, May; 26(4): 444-449.
  19. Scali F, Quirk D. Deep dissection of the cervical spine depicting suboccipital structures and atlanto-occipital myodural bridge. (Colored Illustration: Magnetic resonance imaging investigation of the atlanto-axial interspace: Figure 1). Clinical Anatomy. 2012, May; 24(4): 445. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.25438.64329
  20. Pontell M, Scali F, Marshall E. A unique variation in the course of the musculocutaneous nerve. Clinical Anatomy. 2011, Nov; 24(8): 968-970. 
  21. Scali F. Brachial/axillary region with a musculocutaneous nerve variation. (Graphite Illustration: A unique variation in the course of the musculocutaneous nerve: Figure 1). Clinical Anatomy. 2011, Nov; 24(8): 211. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18727.75685
  22. Scali F, Marsili ES, Pontell ME. Anatomical connection between the rectus capitis posterior major and the dura mater. Spine. 2011, Dec; 36(25): E1612-1614.
  23. Cho JC, Haun DW, Kettner NW, Scali F, Clark TB. Sonography of the normal greater occipital nerve and obliquus capitis inferior muscle. Journal of Clinical Ultrasound. 2010, Jul; 38(6): 299-304.
  24. Cho JC, Haun D, Kettner N, Clark T, Scali F. Normative Evaluation of the Cross-Sectional Area of the Greater Occipital Nerve and the Obliquus Capitis Inferior Muscle Using Ultrasonography. The Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2010, Apr; 24(1): 88.
  25. Kaeser MA, Scali F, Lanzisera FP, Bub GA, Kettner NW. Tumefactive multiple sclerosis: an uncommon diagnostic challenge. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2010, Mar; 10(1): 29-35.
  26. Scali F. Skeletal system of the pelvis, lower extremities, and feet. (Graphite Illustration: The Effects of Manipulation and Concentric Motion of the Ilium around the Sacrum: Figure 1). Journal of Chiropractic Education. 2009, Mar; 23(1): 66.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts Pending

  1. Enix DE, Scali F, Facemyer E, Kelly R. Elastin fiber content in the dura mater of the cervical spine. Spine. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Submitted.
  2. Enix DE, Scali F, Smith D. Histological variation of the iliolumbar ligament. The Spine Journal. 2016, Aug; Pub Status: Submitted.
  3. Enix DE, Scali F, Sudkamp K, Keating R. Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  4. Enix De, Gillam C, Scali F. Accessory rectus capitis posterior major muscle with cervical myodural bridges. Case Reports in Medicine. 2016, Aug; Pub Status: Submitted.
  5. Mattox R, Battaglia P, Kettner N, Scali F. Sonographic findings of distal intersection syndrome progressing to EPL tendon rupture: a case report. Journal of Ultrasound. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  6. Scali F. Neurovascular morphology of the cubital fossa in a specimen with biceps variation. (Graphite  Illustration: Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. Figure 2). 
  7. Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle: an anatomical case study and clinical implications. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  8. Scali F. The overlapping morphology of dorsal antebrachial tendons. (Colored Illustration: Distal intersection syndrome progressing to extensor pollicis longus tendon rupture: a case report with sonographic findings: Figure 1). Journal of Ultrasound. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Accepted.
  9. Scali F, Nash LG. The origin and morphological presentation of the radial recurrent artery in cadaveric specimens with superficial brachioradial artery variations. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: Submitted.
  1. Nwosu IA, Miller AJ, Carlson L, Scali F, Warfield DJ, Tornatore M, Perez-Guma J, Nash LG, Ambron RT. (June, 2015). Transramic obturator artery and vein: normal human variants in Dutch and American cadaveric population. Poster presented at: American Association of Clinical Anatomists; Las Vegas, NV, USA. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.32149.52965
  2. Enix DE, Scali F, Battaglia P, Facemeyer E, Kelly R. (May, 2015). Elastin fiber content in the dura mater of the cervical spine Poster presented at: World Federation of Chiropractic; Athens, GRC.
  3. Enix DE, Sudkamp K, Scali F, Keating R, Aamodt A. (March, 2015). Tricipital supernumerary head of the biceps brachii muscle, an anatomical variant with clinical implications Poster presented at: American College of Chiropractic Research Agenda Conference; Las Vegas, NV, USA.
  4. Mattox R, Welk A, Battaglia P, Scali F, Nunez B, Kettner N. (March, 2015). Sonographic diagnosis of an acute Stener lesion: a case report Poster presented at: American College of Chiropractic Research Agenda Conference; Las Vegas, NV, USA.
  5. Scali F, Pontell M, Enix DE. (April, 2013). Proprioceptive neurons in the cervical myodural bridge: a feedback mechanism of dural tension monitoring Poster presented at: World Federation of Chiropractic; Durban, ZAF.
  6. Cho JC, Haun D, Kettner N, Clark T, Scali F. (April, 2010). Normative Evaluation of the Cross-Sectional Area of the Greater Occipital Nerve and the Obliquus Capitis Inferior Muscle Using Ultrasonography Poster presented at: ACC Conference Proceedings; Las Vegas, NV, USA.


Peer Reviewed Online Publications

  1. Battaglia PJ, Scali F, Enix DE. (2012, October 29). Co-presentation of unilateral femoral and bilateral sciatic nerve variants in one cadaver: A case report with clinical implications. 
  2. Scali F. (2012, October 29). Deep gluteal muscles with the sciatic nerve.(Graphite Illustration: Co-presentation of unilateral femoral and bilateral sciatic nerve variants in one cadaver: A case report with clinical implications: Figure 2a). 
  3. Daniels C, Scali F. (2012, September 26). Clinical Brief: Recognition and Treatment of the Elusive Sports Hernia. 
  4. Scali F. (2012, September 26). Abdominal wall depicting athletic pubalgia.(Graphite Illustration: Recognition and Treatment of the Elusive Sports Hernia: Figure 1).DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.15372.31365
  5. Gleidt J, Scali F. (2012, June 28). Clinical Brief: Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome.
  6. Scali F. (2012, June 28). Femoroacetabular joint; cam deformity; pincer deformity. (Original Illustration: Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome: Figures 1a-c). 


  1. Battaglia PJ, Scali F, Enix DE. (2012, December 01). Pelvic Entrapment Neuropathies in the Disc Patient Refractory to Care. 
  2. Scali F. (2012, December 01). Pelvic anatomy depicting right femoral nerve variation.(Graphite Illustration: Pelvic entrapment neuropathies in the disc patient that is refractory to care. Figure 1a). 

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