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  • In his later years he did some work in anthropology which was less successful than his anatomical work.
  • For his experiments he used the room where his anatomical specimens were set out. Cited from Man or Matter, by Ernst Lehrs
  • His anatomical knowledge and medical experience also stood him in good stead. Cited from Atlantis, by Gerhart Hauptmann
  • The court recommended that his anatomical lectures be given at least once every four years.
  • His anatomical collection was destroyed, but he escaped without injury.
  • His anatomical features were quite different from those of modern Native Americans and his relationship to other ancient people is uncertain.
  • Later, his anatomical research secured him a lasting place in the history of anatomy.
  • As part of his anatomical research, he carried out experiments on muscle contraction.
  • According to his biography, his anatomical studies even impressed local doctors.
  • His anatomical pursuits probably date from an earlier period.
  • There he lectured, wrote extensively, and performed public demonstrations of his anatomical knowledge.
  • After a few years at sea, by his own account his anatomical sex was discovered on board after a drunken conversation with the ship's captain.
  • The extent of his anatomical knowledge is equally surprising, and much of it is clearly the result of personal observation. Cited from Form and Function, by E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
  • His greatest work, which he was unable to publish, is his Anatomical Engravings.
  • His anatomical drawings have never been surpassed in detail and accuracy, and are still used today.
  • He went to London in 1771 and became assistant to William Hunter in his anatomical work.
  • In 1831, he used his anatomical drawing experience to create anatomy textbooks for art students.
  • Mr. Evelyn continued for some time in town; attending to his anatomical and chymical studies. Cited from The Adventures of Hugh Trevor, by Thomas Holcroft
  • Reissner is remembered for his anatomical studies of the ear, particularly research concerning the formation of the inner ear.
  • His celebrity is founded chiefly on his anatomical and physiological works. Cited from Beacon Lights of History, Volume III, by John Lord
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