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anatomist

 [ah-nat´o-mist]
one skilled in anatomy.

a·nat·o·mist

(ă-nat'ŏ-mist),
A specialist in the science of anatomy.

anatomist

(ə-năt′ə-mĭst)
n.
An expert in or a student of anatomy.

a·nat·o·mist

(ă-nat'ŏ-mist)
A specialist in the science of anatomy.

anatomist

one skilled in anatomy.
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Pugnaire, senior associate dean for educational affairs at UMass Medical and a trained anatomist before converting to family medicine.
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Herophilus was an anatomist at the library; his research led him to chart the purpose and function of all bodily organs, including the brain and nervous system.
Caspari and Lee's results are "probably valid," remarks anatomist Jay Kelley of the University of Illinois in Chicago.
Historians now suspect that a drunkard 17th century friar who stole bones from the poet's tomb, or a 19th century anatomist who recorded that the skull disintegrated on contact with air but could have easily kept the skull for himself and replaced it with a damaged substitute, are behind the mystery.
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Archibald Watson was a celebrated Australian surgeon, anatomist and professor, and this book seeks to sort out fact from fiction, and uncover the truth about his actions on board the Carl and the efforts to preserve the reputation of a man known for his great kindnesses and yet often intensely disliked within his own profession.
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