morbid anatomy


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morbid anatomy

[′mȯr·bəd ə′nad·ə·mē]
(pathology)
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The support and help provided by technical staff of Department of Morbid Anatomy and Histopathology UHS is thankfully acknowledged.
This study was conducted in the Department of Morbid Anatomy and Histopathology at University of Health Sciences after the approval by Ethical Review Committee of University.
AfsheenZakir (Physiology), Sehrish Nadyme (Human Genetics and Molecular Biology), Zeenat Usman (Human Genetics and Molecular Biology), Huma Amin (Haematology), Syed Khizar Abbas Rizvi (Haematology), Aisha Hameed (Haematology), Sidrah Saleem (Microbiology), Saima Inam (Microbiology), Muhammad Yasir (Microbiology), Gul Afshan (Immunology), Maryam Shujat (Pharmacology), Waqar Ahmed Siddiqui (Pharmacology), Samina Zaheer (Oral Pathology), Saima Qadir (Oral Pathology), Uzma Nabi (Morbid Anatomy and Histopathology) and Sobia Sadiq Naseem (Morbid Anatomy and Histopathology).
The Morbid Anatomy Museum opened Saturday in Gowanus, Brooklyn.