pathological anatomy


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pathological anatomy

The anatomy of abnormal, diseased, or injured tissue. Synonym: morbid anatomy
See also: anatomy
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The paintings of pathological anatomy by Sir Robert Carswell (1793-1857).
In Weber's view, both these works thus contain substantial evidence of interest in what would come to be called pathological anatomy. In previous works, notably his valuable studies of Antonio Benivieni, Weber has insisted on the significance for the history of anatomy of evidence of autopsy and of interest in the rare or pathological (as distinct from dissections performed in the schools for purposes of instruction in basic anatomy).
Dupuytren was influential in furthering the evolution of pathological anatomy in France.

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