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anatomist

an expert in anatomy
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Developed by German anatomist Gunther von Hagens in 1997, the process means specimens can be touched and do not decompose.
A Chinese anatomist asked Korean anatomists to spend more time preparing the anatomy curriculum (e.g., permanent specimens to demonstrate the real morphology of the human body) (Fig.
Educational company Horses Inside Out staged the demonstration with anatomist Gillian Higgins from the organisation explaining her work to the Queen.
Part of the Anatomy Lab LIVE tour, ticket holders can watch the anatomist Samuel Piri at work on a synthetic human cadaver - called VIVIT - which houses genuine organs (sourced from pigs due to their similarity with humans') so that people can get a clearer idea of the importance of good health and combating disease.
The book is divided into several categories including: man and his times; Artist; Inventor; Anatomist; Scientist and Mathematician; Visionary.
In the first episode, anatomist Professor Alice Roberts and theoretical physicist Prof Jim Al-Khalili guest.
Also highly recommended is the first "Larby Darby Mystery" novel, "The Anatomist's Wife".
Although anatomical Venuses and other sleeping beauties embodied the Victorian ideal of feminine weakness, passivity and vulnerability--images of ideal womanhood heavily influenced by contemporary medical discourses--Dickens's Miss Havisham is far from being a passive virgin awaiting her prince or a female corpse submitting to the anatomist's blade and compliantly awaiting dissection.
"It is really interesting and really bizarre, very different from anything we've seen in vertebrates," study author Diane Kelly, an anatomist at the University of Massachusetts said.
The Lady Anatomist. The Life and Work of Anna Morandi Manzolini.
It includes a comprehensive chronology of dissection and sections examining the anatomist's various incarnations (as bodysnatchers, as demonstrators and educators, as preparators and collectors, and as showmen) throughout history and how it was influenced by the public's changing attitude toward cadavers.
Origins of Us (BBC2, 9.00pm) First of a three-part documentary series in which anatomist Dr Alice Roberts heads to Africa to explore how human beings have evolved.