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anatomist

an expert in anatomy
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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.
The Evening Standard, UK surely hastens the demise of journalism as the purveyor of substantiated information, when it allows reporter, Bo Wilson to declare so boldly that Channel 4 "will broadcast a documentary showing a human corpse being hung on a cross to depict Christ's suffering," and that anatomist, Dr.
MIDWIVES, grave robbers, anatomists, priests, drapers, philosophers, scientists and frogs in nappies take to the stage to relate the story of how humanity unravelled the truth of its own origins.
Excess mortality from leukemia, primarily of the myeloid type, has been observed relatively consistently in six of seven studies of embalmers, funeral parlor workers, pathologists, and anatomists (Hall et al.
The pharaoh's mummified body was subjected to a fifteen-minute CT scan in Cairo by a team of Egyptian archaeologists and anatomists in January.
For decades, otologists, physiologists, and anatomists have studied the mechanism of systemic and ototopical drug uptake by the inner ear.
1997: The International Federation of Associations of Anatomists named the space between a woman's breasts her intermammary sulcus.
Not all professors of medicine were fanatic anatomists or even convinced that anatomy played an essential role in medical education.
In the early 1980s, the National Cancer Institute reported that anatomists and embalmers were at a significantly higher risk for leukemia and brain cancer.
Or you could spot a "Gray" of anatomists, a "flap" of plastic surgeons, a "joint" of orthopedists, or a "g(l)ut" of gastroenterologists.
The 26-year-old Wiedenhoeft represents the new generation of wood anatomists.
Anatomists have accused him of sensationalist showmanship.