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anatomist

an expert in anatomy
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However, in 1706 The Anatomist was a production from Thomas Betterton's company, now based at the new Queen's Theatre in the Haymarket.
Not all professors of medicine were fanatic anatomists or even convinced that anatomy played an essential role in medical education.
Himmelstigen (Ladder to Heaven) is written as a diary by a famous seventeenth-century Danish anatomist and scientist who converted to Catholicism and became a bishop.
Donna Christensen, a wood anatomist at the Forest Products Laboratory in Wisconsin, tells me that 9900-year-old spruce tissue has been found in Michigan, and white pine preserved for some 65 million years in the arctic.
Professor Peter Abrahams, clinical anatomist, has been assisting colleagues from Cambridge University and the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge to verify whether these are examples of Michelangelo's work.
Body Worlds: Vital, which opens at the Life Science Centre in Newcastle today, features dead bodies and body parts preserved through the 'plastination' process invented by German anatomist Dr Gunther von Body Worlds: Vital, which opens at the Science Centre in Newcastle today, features dead bodies and body parts preserved through the 'plastination' process invented by German anatomist Dr Gunther von Hagens.
Leading anatomist Dr Roy Glover, the chief medical director for Bodies Revealed said that people could see for themselves the terrible damage the damage that can be done to the lungs.
Which infamous pair of 19th century body-snatchers supplied corpses to the anatomist Robert Knox?
However this is more than just a holiday for the Jimmy's Farm presenter, he does have a job to do - with the help of anatomist Joy Reidenberg (Inside Nature's Giants), he aims to carry out an important experiment - to explore recent findings that suggest whales play a crucial role in keeping the oceans healthy.
Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomist opens on May 4 at The Queen's Gallery will be the largest ever exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci's ground-breaking studies of the human body, the Sky News reported.
German anatomist Gunther von Hagens's display of posed human bodies, preserved by a method he developed in Body Worlds exhibits, has prompted controversy.
In the final chapter Webb looks at the heart removed from the body and observes, like an anatomist of the spirit, what is left of the disheartened body and the disembodied heart.