practical anatomy

prac·ti·cal a·nat·o·my

anatomy studied by means of dissection. See: gross anatomy.
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It all lay in the surface of practical anatomy years ago, but no one had the temerity to touch it.
[2] Cunningham's Manual of Practical Anatomy. 15th edn.
The class left at 6 a.m., Tuesday morning on a school bus to Saint Louis University's Practical Anatomy and Surgical Education Program (AIMS).
The thirty-four contributions, from a variety of experts in related fields, cover the practical anatomy of the vestibular and ocular motor systems, eye movement recording techniques, vertigo case histories, assessing dizziness-related quality of life, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Held June 21-23 at the prestigious Practical Anatomy & Surgical Center training facility at Saint Louis University, the event gathers a world-class faculty to present new and established procedures and complications management in the field of body and breast contouring.
Where Casseri's private dissections and lessons on surgery made tactile and visual modes of apprehension central to the students' education in practical anatomy, Fabrici's demonstrations tended to emphasize the auditory apprehension of philosophical anatomy.
In 1775 he advertised a course of lectures in the 'Principles and Practice of Surgery' that was repeated each year until his death, with lessons in 'practical anatomy' added from 1785 onwards.
The dissection procedure was as per the Cunningham's Manual of Practical Anatomy.

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