Anatomy For Beginners

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Anatomy For Beginners

Post by TheAnomaly » Tue Jan 01, 2008 3:54 am

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Audio: Dolby AC3
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Anatomy for Beginners features public anatomy demonstrations carried out by the famous anatomist/artist Dr Gunther von Hagens. He has been at the Institute of Anatomy at Heidelberg University in Germany since 1976. In 1977 he invented plastination – a groundbreaking technology for preserving anatomical specimens with reactive polymers or plastics. This is the special technique that he uses to reveal the wonderful complexity of the human body beneath the skin in his famous Body Worlds exhibitions.

Dr von Hagens’ public demonstrations are not however formal anatomy dissections of the sort that, until the recent past, were performed by all medical students as part of their medical training. In a formal dissection, anatomical systems and parts of the body are dissected slowly and with meticulous care to reveal the intricate details of the body’s makeup. This process takes dozens of hours of dissection, aided by extensive reading and discussion. Anatomy for Beginners gives a just glimpse of the amazing complexity of our inner world – so close, yet usually so hidden from view.

Website: ... atomy.html

Basically, it's a medical lecture and you can learn a lot from it.

Anatomy For Beginners 1Of4 Movement Divx60 Ac3.avi  [699.86 Mb]
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Anatomy For Beginners 3Of4 Digestion Divx60 Ac3.avi  [699.26 Mb]
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Here's the other BBC series called Autopsy - Emergency Room:

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