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  • It follows, therefore, that their opportunity for anatomical observations was most limited. Cited from A History of Science, V 1, by Henry Smith Williams
  • Workers are nevertheless considered female for anatomical and genetic reasons.
  • Anatomical theatres became a popular form for anatomical teaching in the early 16th century.
  • Because of high demand for cadavers for anatomical study, several doctors wanted to obtain the bodies after the execution.
  • His anatomy classes were so popular that demand for bodies for anatomical dissection exceeded supply.
  • Of similar meaning the word cupula is used for anatomical references.
  • Between 1506 and 1752 only a very few cadavers were available each year for anatomical research.
  • While at university, Holmes had become concerned with methods of preservation used on cadavers for anatomical study.
  • RESURRECTIONIST, one who stealthily exhumed bodies from the grave and sold them for anatomical purposes. Cited from The Nuttall Encyclopaedia, Edited by Rev. James Wood
  • In addition, he is remembered for using photography for anatomical diagnoses.
  • By the age of 14, he was fit enough to pose for anatomical charts.
  • It also identifies how men and women are capable of performing the same job descriptions with the exception of when it calls for anatomical differences, such as giving birth.
  • It now houses the museum for anatomical wax models and, along with the Florentine Library, is among the largest in Europe.
  • During endoscopic surgery, its identification has become essential for anatomical orientation and is believed now to be important in protruding the eye.
  • The public perception was that cholera victims were being removed to the hospital to be killed by doctors in order to use them for anatomical dissection.
  • To understand the terms used for anatomical localisation, consider an animal with a straight CNS, such as a fish or lizard.
  • His body was sent for anatomical dissection, but was afterwards interred with his ancestors at Hereford.
  • But perhaps his greatest claim to fame is that it was he who first imbued Huxley with a love for anatomical science and with a knowledge of the methods of investigation. Cited from Thomas Henry Huxley; A Sketch Of His Life And Work, P. Chalmers Mitchell
  • He also pioneered the use of frozen cadavers for anatomical investigations.
  • It is the international standard for anatomical terminology.
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