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20193D dissection tools in Anatomage supported interactive human anatomy teaching and learningPilmane, Māra; Kažoka, Dzintra; Berķis, U.; Vilka, L.; Department of Morphology
2017Teaching and learning innovation in present and future human anatomy course at RSUPilmane, Māra; Kažoka, Dzintra; Department of Morphology; Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology
7-Jul-2015Anthropometric predictors of blood pressure in women between the ages 26–45 yearsKažoka, Dzintra; Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology
1-Dec-2014Ethical Challenges in Teaching Genetics for Medical StudentsNagle, Erika; Kažoka, Dzintra; Department of Biology and Microbiology; Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology
7-Jul-2015Review of different anthropometric and nutritional measurements in children with bronchial asthmaLipsberga, Gundega; Kažoka, Dzintra; Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology
18-Sep-2017Use of waist to hip ratio in the determination of the body composition in preschool children in Latvian populationSkruze, Gundega; Kažoka, Dzintra; Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology
2021Remote Practical Anatomy Classes New Challenges and Directions for TutorsPilmane, Māra; Kažoka, Dzintra; Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology
2018Effectiveness of the digital image library cases in human anatomy studiesKažoka, Dzintra; Pilmane, Māra; Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology
2019Combination of new, innovative and demonstrative 3D elements with classical learning methods in Human Anatomy courseKažoka, Dzintra; Pilmane, Māra; Department of Morphology; Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology
2019Anatomical variations in position of mandibular foramen : An East European morphometric study in dry adult human mandibles for achieving a successful inferior alveolar nerve blockJain, Nityanand; Kažoka, Dzintra; Jain, Shivani; Pilmane, Māra; Department of Morphology; Institute of Anatomy and Anthropology