Makhdoom Khan, Ph.D.

Master of Science in Anatomy Program
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Program
Office Phone 515-271-1694
Fax 515-271-7041
  • Ph.D., anatomy, West Virginia University, 1976
  • M.S., avian pathology/microbiology, West Virginia University, 1971
  • B.S., animal science/biochemistry, West Virginia University, 1966
  • Diploma, animal science, Egerton Agriculture College, 1964

Prosthetics and orthotics, anatomical variations and cell/organ culture.


Dissection Guide: Human Anatomy, Jen House Publication Co., Baltimore, Md, 3rd Edition, 2006

Khan M.A., Absence of Left Coronary Artery in a Cadaveric Heart, Abstract, The Aanatomic Record, 2006

Khan M.A., Dorsalis Pedis Artery: Variations in Branching Pattern, Abstract, The Anatomical Record, 2005

Matz D., Canby C., Khan M.A., Incidence of Retroesophageal Right Subclavian Artery Occurs Less Frequently Than Published Results, The Anatomical Record, 2004

Khan M.A., Matz D., Canby C., Variations of Axillay Artery Branching Pattern, The Anatomical Record, 2002

Khan M, Lower Limb Simplified Computer Program, 2000

Study of Ten Anatomical Variants of the Foot and Ankle. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 86, 532-537, 1996

Chaney D., Lee M., Khan M.A., Krueger W., Mandracchia V. and Yoho R.