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prosector

 [pro-sek´tor]
one who performs prosection.

pro·sec·tor

(prō-sek'tŏr),
One who prosects, or prepares the material for a demonstration of anatomy.

prosector

/pro·sec·tor/ (-sek´tor) [L.] one who dissects anatomical subjects for demonstration.

prosector

(prō-sĕk′tər)
n.
One who dissects cadavers for anatomical instruction or pathological examination.

prosector

[-sek′tər]
Etymology: L, prosecare, to cut off
a person who, under the supervision of a pathologist, performs gross dissections and prepares autopsy specimens for pathological examination.

pro·sec·tor

(prō'sek-tŏr)
One who prosects or prepares the material for a demonstration of anatomy before a class.

prosector

one who performs prosection.

prosector's wart
infection of the skin of humans by Mycobacterium tuberculosis picked up while dissecting infected tissue.
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Henry Ware Cattell, prosector of the American Anthropometric Society, during the March 27, 1892, autopsy of the poet.
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In March, Hadi issued a decree ordering the release of those detained during the revolution, and activists accuse the public prosector, a holdover from the Saleh era, of ignoring it.
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He became Richardson's prosector, preparing dissections for the professor's classes and later, his teaching assistant at the "Charity Hospital.
Finally, a few anecdotes on notorious or dangerous medical students who did not entered history books due to any discoveries: Johann Georg Wirsung (1589-1643) a German anatomist who was for a long-time Prosector in Padua, was murdered in 1643 by Giacomo Cambier, a Belgian student, perhaps due to the result of an argument as to who was the real discoverer of the pancreatic duct.
The Prosector is the forensic pathologist conducting the autopsy.
Ferdinand Graf Spee (1855-1937), Prosector at the Anatomy Institute of Krel.