THE DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY occupies the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Calderon Hall of the U.P. COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. Its major facilities include the Dualan Anatomy Dissection laboratory, Histochemistry Laboratory, Histology East Microscopy laboratory, Bone Laboratory, Virtual Anatomy Laboratory (3D Anatomy tables) and an Embalming facility. We are committed to the development of a fully equipped state of the art academic unit of the College that will provide an optimum teaching and learning environment for our faculty, medical students and residents and fellows from the different clinical specialties of the UP-PGH Medical Center. Most recent renovations include the Histology East Microscopy laboratory, faculty lounge, faculty rooms, Class 1974 computer laboratory/conference room, bone laboratory, plastination/model room and the Dr. Mariano de la Cruz Jr. Alcove. A newly installed elevator allows transport of chemicals and cadavers from the ground floor of Calderon Hall to the Histochemistry laboratory and Dualan dissection laboratory respectively. Currently undergoing renovations are the Chairman’s complex, Histochemistry laboratory, Mariano V. de la Cruz Jr. Classroom and the J. Dualan dissection laboratory. Future plans for the department are the acquisition of a Virtual Histology slide scanner and renovation of the Embalming room with the incorporation of an 80-body cold storage facility.
The faculty staff of the department is composed of competent and accomplished specialists in their chosen fields in medicine. They are dedicated to teaching in the basic and clinical sciences and some have cross appointments with the clinical departments at the Philippine General Hospital. The faculty are involved in research activities in the basic and clinical sciences and serve as advisers to the researches of our medical students as well. As a testament to the zeal of its faculty and administrative staff in the fulfillment of its mission-vision, the department has consistently been chosen as the Most Outstanding Basic Science Department during the annual U.P. Medical Foundation Silver Cup Awards. The department takes pride in its faculty who have consistently garnered the most prestigious Dr. Augusto Camara Most Outstanding Teacher Award in the Basic Department and also the UPMASA Outstanding Teacher in the Basic Sciences in Learning Unit III. Likewise, the Most Outstanding Module in Learning Unit III has repeatedly been awarded to Organ System modules with course coordinators from the faculty of the department. Our faculty members occupy vital administrative positions at U.P. Manila, and serve as chairs and members of various committees of the College of Medicine and the Philippine General Hospital.
The Department of Anatomy, in close coordination with the other Basic Science and Clinical departments, implements the INTARMED curriculum of the U.P. College of Medicine by providing course coordinators, faculty members and Academic Committee Chairmanship for the Organ System Integrated Modules of Learning Unit III.
The Dr. Mariano V. de la Cruz Jr. Academic Excellence Award in Anatomy was initiated by the department 4 years ago and was given to the most deserving LU 3 medical student. This award came with monetary rewards from a perpetual endowment fund managed by the UPMASA. Aside from teaching medical students, the department regularly conducts Anatomy and Histology courses for the College of Dentistry and is involved in yearly review sessions in basic and clinical anatomy for the medical interns (LU VII) to jumpstart their preparations for the Physician’s Licensure Examination.
The department continues to be a partner of the clinical departments and sections of the UP-PGH Medical Center (ORL, Orthopedics, Colorectal Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Gastrointestinal Section, Neurosurgery, Dermatology) and the UP College of Dentistry in their training workshops by providing soft embalmed and formalin-preserved cadavers for skills training with the goal of ensuring patient safety. The department has pioneered the soft embalming (Modified Thiel) technique in the Philippines with our embalming facility and technical capability and has been a vital source of cadavers for medical schools as well as medical and surgical specialty societies throughout the country for their Anatomy and training skills workshops. The department will continue to grow and adapt to the challenges and changing needs of the time but always directed towards the fulfillment of the Mission-Vision of the College of Medicine.
2020 DEPARTMENTAL ORGANIZATION
|Chair||PIO RENATO F. VILLACORTA, M.D.|
|Vice-Chair||ABDEL JEFFRI A. ABDULLA, M.D.|
|Section Chief: Gross Anatomy||ABDEL JEFFRI A. ABDULLA|
|Histology||BLESILE S. MANTARING, M.D.|
|Academic Personnel Committee||
ABDEL JEFFRI A. ABDULLA, ND
RYNER JOSE DC. CARRILLO, M.D.
BLESILE S. MANTARING, M.D.
ARLENE A. SAMANIEGO, M.D.
COURSE COORDINATORS (Faculty-In-Charge)
1. LEARNING UNIT 3 (AY2018-2019; 2019-2020)
|OS 202 HBM 1: SYSTEMS & INTEGRATION||JOSE LEONARD R. PASCUAL, V, MD|
|OS 203 HBM 2: Skin Muscles Bones||RAFAEL C. BUNDOC|
|OS 204 HBM 3: Head and Neck||RYNER JOSE DC. CARRILLO, M.D.|
|OS 205 HBM 4: THORAX||RONNIE E. BATICULON|
|HD 201: ONTOGENY & PARTURITION||BLESILE S. MANTARING, M.D.|
|LU3 COMMITTEE ON OSCE||JOSE LEONARD R. PASCUAL|
2. OTHER LEARNING UNITS ASSIGNMENTS
|Histology for OSI Courses||BLESILE S. MANTARING, M.D.|
|LU5 Basic Science committee on Examinations||DR. RONNIE E. BATICULON|
|INTERN’S REVIEW LECTURERS||
DR. RAFAEL C. BUNDOC
DR. JOSE LEONARD R. PASCUAL
|Research Facilitators (IDC211)||
DR. RAFAEL C. BUNDOC
DR. RYNER JOSE DC. CARRILLO
DR. ROWENA F. GENUINO
3. PARAMEDICAL COURSES (AY2018-2019; 2019-2020)
|ANATOMY 12A (Dentistry)||DR. KENNY S. SENG|
|ANATOMY 12B (Dentistry)||DR. DONNEL ALEXIS T. RUBIO|
|ANATOMY 12C (Dentistry)||DR. ARLENE A. SAMANIEGO|
4. Other Assignments:
|FIC – Laboratory & Physical Facilities||DR. RAFAEL C. BUNDOC|
DR. RYNER C. CARRILLO
DR. JOSE LEONARD R. PASCUAL
A globally competitive department, employing modern facilities and teaching modalities conducive to optimum learning for students, and producing multidisciplinary research from committed and compe-tent faculty, with support from proficient administrative and technical staff.
The Department of Anatomy was one of the components of the Philippine Medical School when it opened on June 10, 1907. The department was housed in a one-story building occupied by the old School for the Deaf and Blind along Malecon Drive (now Bonifacio Drive). Lectures and laboratory ses-sions covered four subjects -- Gross Anatomy, Histology, Embryology and Neuroanatomy. Dr. Robert Bennett Bean, an anthropologist from Johns Hopkins Medical School, served as the first department head. During his term, he built the first modern dissection room and a laboratory for microscopic anatomy. He also pioneered the practice of preservation of cadavers for dissection, and started the collection of specimens for teaching and research in
Histology Class c. 1920s (Photo courtesy of Dr. Rafael Bundoc, Credit to the original owner)
In 1910, when the Philippine Medical School was relocated to Calle Herran (now Pedro Gil Street), the department was given the entire third floor and the east wing of the second floor of the new building. Now known as Fernando Calderon Hall, that building remains the home of the Department of Anato-my to this day.
Dr Arturo Garcia, returning from his training at the University of Colorado, was appointed the first Fili-pino head of the department in 1915. To develop the senior faculty, Dr. Garcia obtained fellowships from the Rockefeller Foundation and the China Medical Board; consequently, Drs. Juan Nanagas, Mar-ciano Limson and Fidel Cuajunco, Sr. were sent to the US for further studies
Anatomy Lecture Class c. 1920s (Photo courtesy of Dr. Rafael Bundoc, Credit to the original owner)
In 1928, the department was granted an expansion so that it could occupy the entire second floor of Calderon Hall as well. With a new layout to accommodate 100 students, the facilities included four dis-section rooms, a preparation room, a private laboratory, a lecture room, an amphitheater and two la-boratories for microscopic anatomy.
Operations of the department continued throughout the Commonwealth Era and the Japanese occu-pation of the Philippines. The only interruption took place briefly during the battle for the liberation of Manila in 1945, when facilities were destroyed due to American bombardment. In the wake of the conflict, the department embarked on a swift recovery that saw resumption of classes within six months.
After World War II, major efforts were concentrated toward the improvement of skills, materials and equipment to enhance the teaching-learning process in anatomy. A new batch of faculty members was sent abroad to take post-graduate specializations. The new faculty members were Drs. Nestor S. Bautista (Neuroanatomy), Sesan M. Castro (Gross Anatomy), Mario S. de Villa (Histology), Jose N. Esteban (Histology), Nathaniel G. Ferrer (Neuroanatomy), Oscar M. Tangco (Histochemistry), and Vi-cente S. Versoza, Jr. (Embryology). Dr. Mariano V. dela Cruz, a US-board certified colorectal surgeon, was also successfully recruited as a full-time faculty member handling Gross Anatomy
Anatomy Cadaver Dissection c. 1920s (Photo courtesy of Dr. Rafael Bundoc, Credit to the original owner)
The subjects offered were constantly evaluated and refined. In 1964, Embryology was transferred to the pre-medicine curriculum. In 1971, Gross Anatomy, Histology and Neuroanatomy were combined into one subject named Human Biologic Structure (HBS), in line with an early attempt of the College of Medicine at curriculum integration. Five years later, after the HBS strategy showed no distinct ad-vantage, the three were restored as separate disciplines. Gross Anatomy was further developed to include radiologic and clinical anatomy with correlations in orthopedics, otorhinolaryngology, surgery, dermatology and rehabilitation medicine.
In the mid-1980’s, in an effort to retain its roster of young faculty members who had interests in pur-suing clinical specializations as well as enhance faculty recruitment, the department initiated a program of basic-clinical partnership for residency training in the Philippine General Hospital. Under this scheme, a young faculty member will undergo a residency training program on a staggered timeline, spending the first 6 months in the basic department and the latter half of the year in the clinical de-partment. This hoped to further enhance teaching with basic and clinical correlation of human anato-my. Training abroad and specialized training have also been continually encouraged and supported. Two faculty members were sent to Japan for fellowship studies. Dr. Arlene A. Samaniego took post-graduate courses in histology while Dr. Noel G. Guison obtained a doctoral degree in neuroanatomy. Through the years, the department continued to adapt to the changing needs of the time. Infrastruc-ture developments within the department were undertaken attuned to the needs of the students and faculty.
As always, all endeavors are geared towards achieving the vision and fulfilling the mission of the de-partment, the college and the university.
Source: Siyento – The UP College of Medicine Centennial Commemorative Book 2005
Roster of Chairs
Dr. Robert Bennet Bean (1907-1910), Dr. Elbert Clarke, Dr. R. Lhamon, Dr. Edward S. Ruth, Dr. Arturo Garcia, Dr. Marciano Limson, Dr. Fidel Cuajunco, Sr. (1952-57), Dr. Jose V. Encarnacion, Dr. Jose N. Dualan, Dr. Nathaniel Ferrer (1964-66), Dr. Oscar M. Tangco (1966-67), Dr. Vicente S. Versoza, Jr. (1967-71), Dr. Nestor S. Bautista (1971-72), Dr. Mariano V. dela Cruz (1972-85), Dr. Sesan M. Castro (1985-87), Dr. Arcangel F. de Leon (1988-91), Dr. Arlene A. Samaniego (1991-97), Dr. Noel G. Guison (1998-2003), Dr. Jacob S. Matubis (2004-), Dr. Pio Renato F. Villacorta (2013-present)
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|BUNDOC, RAFAEL C.||firstname.lastname@example.org||PROFESSOR|
|CARRILLO, RYNER JOSE D.C.||email@example.com||PROFESSOR|
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|DUMLAO, KAREN JUNE P.||email@example.com||SUB-ASSOC PROFESSOR|
|GENUINO, ROWENA F.||firstname.lastname@example.org||PROFESSOR|
|MANTARING, BLESILE SUZETTE S.||email@example.com||ASSOC PROFESSOR|
|PASCUAL, JOSE LEONARD V.||firstname.lastname@example.org||PROFESSOR 2|
|RUBIO, DONNEL ALEXIS T.||email@example.com||ASSOC PROFESSOR|
|SAMANIEGO, ARLENE A.||firstname.lastname@example.org||PROFESSOR|
|SENG, KENNY S.||email@example.com||ASSOC PROFESSOR|
|TECSON, JOSE V. IIIfirstname.lastname@example.org||ASSOC PROFESSOR|
|VILLACORTA, PIO RENATO F.||email@example.com||ASSOC PROFESSOR|
|ALON, CELERINA C.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Administrative Officer III|
|AZUCENA, RAZEL G.||email@example.com||Lab. Technician III|
|BARROA, JUPITER KELLY H.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Univ Research Assoc II|
|JAVIER, NELSON C.||email@example.com||Lab. Technician II|
|ROMUALDO, JUNJUN S.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Lab. Aide IV|
A.Dr. Jose N. Dualan Anatomy Laboratory
B.Histology Laboratory (Ongoing Renovation)
C.Histo – Chemistry Laboratory (Ongoing Renovation)
Schematic Plan: Laboratory A
D.Plastination Room (Ongoing Renovation)
I. Academic Publications
A. Department Initiated
1. Modified Thiel Embalming Method
The UPCM Department of Anatomy believes that cadaver dissection is the best method for 3-dimensional study of the human body. Traditionally, the anatomy laboratory has used cadavers preserved in formalin. Aside from being a highly toxic substance, it also greatly alters tissue characteristics so that the preserved specimens only poorly resemble tissue in vivo. Through the sponsorship of Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (DOST-PCHRD) in 2015, Dr. Pio Renato F. Villacorta visited the Virginia Department of Health in the United States to study the Modified Thiel Embalming Method.
Cadavers preserved by this method are “soft embalmed” using less formalin. This results in specimens that more faithfully approximate living tissue, without the undesirable toxic effects of the preservative.
The Department of Anatomy has successfully duplicated the process, and has produced 6 soft-embalmed cadavers, making the UP College of Medicine the first medical school in the Philippines to do so. Utilizing this method results in a safer and more effective teaching-learning environment for medical students, faculty and staff.
2. Thiel-related Publications
a. Grullo PER, Hernando HCT, Carrillo RJC, Villacorta PRF, Hernandez JG, Lopa RAB, Cabungcal ACA and Barroa JKH. Surgical Simulation of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery using Thiel Soft-Embalmed Human Cadaver. Acta Medica Philippina. 2017; 51 (1): 24-27
b. Villacorta PRF, Hernando HCT, Abdulla AJA and Barroa JKH. A Comparative Study of Thiel Soft-embalmed and Formalin Preserved Cadavers for Anatomy Dissection. Acta Medica Philippina. 2019; 53 (1); 12-20.
B. Faculty Publications (2017-present)
II. Non-Academic Publications
A. Baticulon RE. Some Days You Can’t Save Them All. Quezon City: The University of the Philippines Press, October 2018. (2nd Place for Essay, 2018 Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature)
B. Constantino CS and Chin A. Graphic Novel. Round the Clock Comics. 2020.
- Sandoval MA, Palermo MA, Carrillo R, Bundoc R, Carnate JM, Galsim RJ. Successful treatment of tumour-induced osteomalacia after resection of an oral peripheral ossifying fibroma. BMJ Case Report. Jan 2017. Doi: 10.1136bcr-2016-218-218637.
- Grullo PE, Carrillo RJD, Pontejos AQY. Pattern of Nodal Metastasis in Papillary thyroid carcinoma among Filipinos. Acta Medica Philippina. 2017; 51 (1): 8-10.
- Carrillo RJD, Grullo PE. Multiple Primary Pathologies in a patient with Primary hyperparathyroidism. Acta Medica Philippina, Vol 51(1) Jan-Mar 2017, pp 49-51.
- Carrillo R, Alviar N, Caro L, Caro R, Crisostomo A, Cruz L, Reyes H, Serra F. Medical Education: Effectiveness of two simulation teaching methods in developing intubation skills of year level six medical students (clinical clerks). Acta Medica Philippina. 2017; 51 (2): 65-68.
- Carrillo R. Thyroidectomy. In: Caro R, et al, editors. Atlas of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, UPCM-PGH. November 2017, p56-59.
- Constantino CS, Abiera JE, Sumpaico CE. Upper Extremity Temporospatial Parameters and Kinematics of Filipino Track and Field Paralympians during Wheelchair Propulsion: An Analysis Using a Kinect®-based Markerless Motion System. Acta Medica Philippina. 2017; 51 (4): 284
- Pelino MSO, Flores-Genuino, RNS. Validation of the United Kingdom Diagnostic Criteria for Atopic Dermatitis in Filipino Children Ages 2 to 16. Journal of the Philippine Dermatological Society. 2017; 26 (2): 47-57.
- Flores-Genuino RNS. Content Analysis of the Journal of the Philippine Dermatological Society:1992-2016. Journal of the Philippine Dermatological Society. 2017; 26 (2): 36-40.
- Mojica, WM, LL Laconico, BL Dofitas, RF Genuino. Validation of a Filipino version of the Cardiff Acne Disability Index. Acta Medica Philippina. 2017; 51(2): 105-110.
- Flores-Genuino RNS. Content analysis of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the Journal of the Philippine Dermatological Society. Journal of the Philippine Dermatological Society. 2018; (27) 2; 52-62. http://www.journal.pds.org.ph.
- Dewan MC, Rattani A, Gupta S, Baticulon RE, Hung YC, Punchak M, Agrawal A, Adeleye AO, Shrime MG, Rubiano AM, Rosenfeld JV, Park KB. Estimating the global incidence of traumatic brain injury. J Neurosurg. 2018. doi: 10.3171/2017.10.JNS17352. Online ahead of print. PMID: 29701556
- Dewan MC, Baticulon RE, Ravindran K, Bonfield CM, Poenaru D, Harkness W. Pediatric neurosurgical bellwether procedures for infrastructure capacity building in hospitals and healthcare systems worldwide. Childs Nerv Syst. 2018; 34(10):1837-1846. doi: 10.1007/s00381-018-3902-y. PMID: 30030605
- Carrillo RJD, Lapena JFF. Can Modified Laryngosternopexy (Laryngoclaviculopexy) Project the Larynx Anteriorly. Philipp J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2018; 32 (2): 53-55.
- Chan A, Carrillo RJ, Ong K. Simulation Platform for Myringotomy with Ventilation Tube Insertion in Adult Ears. Philipp J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2018; 33(2): 14-0.
- Dewan MC, Rattani A, Mekary R, Glancz LJ, Yunusa I, Baticulon RE, Fieggen G, Wellons JC, Park KB, Warf BC. Global hydrocephalus epidemiology and incidence: systematic review and meta-analysis. J Neurosurg. 2018. doi: 10.3171/2017.10.JNS17439. Online ahead of print. PMID: 29701543 Review.
- Robertson FC, Lepard JR, Mekary RA, Davis MC, Yunusa I, Gormley WB, Baticulon RE, Mahmud MR, Misra BK, Rattani A, Dewan MC, Park KB. Epidemiology of central nervous system infectious diseases: a meta-analysis and systematic review with implications for neurosurgeons worldwide. J Neurosurg. 2018. doi: 10.3171/2017.10.JNS17359. Online ahead of print. PMID: 29905514
- Rammer JR, Abiera JE, Arroyo M, Caicedo LF, Canseco K, Constantino CS, Garcia FH, Gomez J,Kurapati N, Lugo MG, Miller T, Rodriguez WA, Sumpaico CE, Harris GF. Promoting Global Clinical Care and Research for Children with Orthopaedic Disabilities through Motion Analysis Technology. Global Health Innovation. 2018; 1 (1), doi.org/10.15641/ghi.v1i1.483
- Zuckerman SL, Kelly PD, Dewan MC, Morone PJ, Yengo-Kahn AM, Magarik JA, Baticulon RE, Zusman EE, Solomon GS, Wellons JC 3rd. Predicting Resident Performance from Preresidency Factors: A Systematic Review and Applicability to Neurosurgical Training. World Neurosurg. 2018 Feb;110:475-484.e10. doi: 10.1016/j.wneu.2017.11.078. Epub 2017 Nov 23. PMID: 29174240 Review.
- Hughes JD, Bond KM, Mekary RA, Dewan MC, Rattani A, Baticulon R, Kato Y, Azevedo-Filho H, Morcos JJ, Park KB. Estimating the Global Incidence of Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A Systematic Review for Central Nervous System Vascular Lesions and Meta-Analysis of Ruptured Aneurysms. World Neurosurg. 2018 Jul;115:430-447.e7. doi: 10.1016/j.wneu.2018.03.220. Epub 2018 Apr 9. PMID: 29649643 Review.
- Dewan MC, Baticulon RE, Rattani A, Johnston JM, Warf BC, Harkness W. Pediatric neurosurgical workforce, access to care, equipment and training needs worldwide. Neurosurg Focus. 2018 Oct;45(4):E13. doi: 10.3171/2018.7.FOCUS18272. PMID: 30269579
- Dewan MC, Rattani A, Baticulon RE, Faruque S, Johnson WD, Dempsey RJ, Haglund MM, Alkire BC, Park KB, Warf BC, Shrime MG. Operative and consultative proportions of neurosurgical disease worldwide: estimation from the surgeon perspective. J Neurosurg. 2018 May 1:1-9. doi: 10.3171/2017.10.JNS17347. Online ahead of print. PMID: 29749918
- Flores-Genuino RNS, Dofitas BL, Dans LF, Amarillo MLE. Systematic review and meta-analysis on oral azoles for the treatment of pityriasis versicolor. Acta Medica Philippina. 2019; 53 (1): 23-30.
- Ferraris KP, Salloman AJ, Seng K, Navarro JE: Technique of External Ventricular Drainage with Intraventricular Administration of Recombinant Tissue Plasminogen Activator for Patients with Secondary Intraventricular Hemorrhage—Case Series in a Single Institution. Philippine Journal of Surgical Specialties. 2019; 74 (2).
- Genuino RF, Gnilo CMS, Dofitas BL. Occlusive versus neurotoxic pediculicides in treatment of head lice: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Pediatr Dermatol. 2019. doi: 10.1111/pde.14016. [Epub ahead of print]
- Carrillo RJDC, Caro R, Dela Cruz P, Del Mundo DA, Ferrolino JB, Magbuhat DM, Tuazon, RS, Sarmiento A, Lacuata JA, Soliman EG. Hernandez M. Patient safety and simulation in airway laser management. VIDEO Copyright. January 20, 2019. Registration L2019-280. (Presented at the 2nd Patient Safety Congress, PICC Pasay March 28-29, 2019.)
- Ferrolino JB, Lapeña JF, Carrillo RJ. Timing of Tracheostomy, Weaning from Mechanical Ventilation and Duration of Hospitalization among a Sample of Pediatric Patients. Philipp J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg [Internet]. 2019Dec.2 [cited 2020Jan.7];34(2):16-9. Available from: https://pjohns.pso-hns.org/index.php/pjohns/article/view/1097
- Constantino CS, Krrzak, JJ, Fial AV, Kruger KM, Rammer JR, Radmanovic K, Smith PA and Harris GF. Effect of Bisphosphonates on Function and Mobility Among Children with Osteogenesis Imperfecta: A Systematic Review. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research Plus. 2019; https://doi.org/10.1002/jbm4.10216
- Constantino CS, Abiera JE, and Sumpaico CE. Upper Extremity Temporospatial Parameters and Kinematics of Filipino Track and Field Paralympians during Wheelchair Propulsion: An Analysis using a Kinect®-based Markerless Motion Analysis System. Acta Medica Philippina. 2019; 51(4): 284-288.
- Bell JS, Koffie RM, Rattani A, Dewan MC, Baticulon RE, Qureshi MM, Wahjoepramono EJ, Rosseau G, Park K, Nahed BV. Global incidence of brain and spinal tumors by geographic region and income level based on cancer registry data. J Clin Neurosci. 2019 Aug;66:121-127. doi: 10.1016/j.jocn.2019.05.003. Epub 2019 May 24. PMID: 31133367
- Genuino RF, Batac MCFR, Talens KM. Assessing quality of reporting of herbal dermatology trials from the Philippines using the hCONSORT checklist: A systematic review. Acta Medica Philippina. 2020; 54(1), 62-79.
- Tababa EJL, Gnilo CMS, Genuino RF. Senna alata (akapulko) extract versus topical antifungals for treatment of superficial fungal skin infections: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Acta Medica Philippina. 2020; 54(1): 44-52.
- Gonzales-Carait PKN, Genuino RF, Dofitas BL and Reyes KAZ. Validation of a Filipino Translation of the Children's Dermatology Life Quality Index Text Version. Acta Medica Philippina. 2020; 54 (3): 303-310.
- Robertson FC, Briones R, Mekary RA, Baticulon RE, Jimenez MA, Leather AJM, Broekman MLD, Park KB, Gormley WB, Lucena LL. Task-Sharing for Emergency Neurosurgery: A Retrospective Cohort Study in the Philippines. World Neurosurg X. 2019 Sep 9;6:100058. doi: 10.1016/j.wnsx.2019.100058. eCollection 2020 Apr. PMID: 32309799 Free PMC article.
- Legaspi GD, Omar AT 2nd, Baticulon RE, Salonga AEM, Gaddi MJS, Hong MAC, Seng KS, Khu KJO. Letter to the Editor "Service and Training During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Perspectives from a Neurosurgical Center in the Philippines". World Neurosurg. 2020 May 22:S1878-8750(20)31109-8. doi: 10.1016/j.wneu.2020.05.138. Online ahead of print. PMID: 32450311
- Baticulon RE, Chan KIP, Rivera PPP, Legaspi GD and Lopez WG. Predictive Factors for Seizures and Efficacy of Antiepileptic Drugs in Patients with Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. Acta Medica Philippina. 2020; 54 (2): 101-108.
- Baticulon RE, Dewan MC, Wittayanakorn N, Aldana PR, Maixner W. Pediatric Neurosurgery in Asia and Australasia: Training and Clinical Practice. Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics. Accepted for publication. June 2020.
- Ferraris, K., Matsumura, H., Wardhana, D., Vesagas, T., Seng, K., Mohd Ali, M., Ishikawa, E., Matsumura, A., Rosyidi, R., Mahadewa, T., & Kuo, M. (2020). The state of neurosurgical training and education in East Asia: analysis and strategy development for this frontier of the world. Neurosurg Focus. 2020; 48 (3): 1-8. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3171/2019.12.FOCUS19814. Online Publication Date: Mar 2020
- Lapeña JF, Abes FL, Gomez MA, Villafuerte CV, Roldan R, Fullante P, Carrillo RJ, Paber JEL, Isla A, Alcances-Inocencio R, Cabazor JB, Caro R, Guzman MF. Otorhinolaryngology Out-Patient Practice in the “Post”-COVID-19 Era: Ensuring a Balance Between Service and Safety. Philipp J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg [Internet]. 2020May15 [cited 2020Jun.12];35(1):6-29. Available from: https://pjohns.pso-hns.org/index.php/pjohns/article/view/1249 DOI: https://doi.org/10.32412/pjohns.v35i1.1249
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