morbid anatomy


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morbid anatomy

[′mȯr·bəd ə′nad·ə·mē]
(pathology)
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The new pathology, so fascinating and so time-consuming, tends, I fear, to grow away from the old morbid anatomy which was of incalculable advantage to the physician, and it is hard to have the student see enough morbid anatomy which has such an important bearing upon the mental attitude of the growing doctor.
The building is designed for 150 beds and will include an in-patient clinic consisting of obstetric, laboratory diagnosis, medical, infectious disease, surgical (with 6 surgery blocks) and morbid anatomy departments, in line with an out-patient clinic, a family planning and health education counseling center, a blood transfusion unit (with a blood bank) and a pharmacy.
Post mortem morphological changes and morbid anatomy have been studied, with organs, blood and urine samples sent for chemical examination.