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ANATAnatomy
ANATAustralian Network for Art and Technology (est. 1988)
AnatAnatolian (linguistics)
ANATAgence Nationale de l'Aménagement du Territoire (French)
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ANATAfrican Network Against Torture
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He spoke of anatomy with enthusiasm: it was essential to the study of surgery; a knowledge of it added to the appreciation of art.
You will have to learn many tedious things," he finished, with an indulgent smile, "which you will forget the moment you have passed your final examination, but in anatomy it is better to have learned and lost than never to have learned at all.
The "first conjoint" examination consisted of biology, anatomy, and chemistry; but it could be taken in sections, and most fellows took their biology three months after entering the school.
But it may possibly be conceived that, in the internal parts of the whale, in his anatomy --there, at least, we shall be able to hit the right classification.
And then holding forth the broken arm, he began a long and very learned lecture of anatomy, in which simple and double fractures were most accurately considered; and the several ways in which Jones might have broken his arm were discussed, with proper annotations showing how many of these would have been better, and how many worse than the present case.
The next day, while the storm was blowing itself out, Wolf Larsen and I crammed anatomy and surgery and set Mugridge's ribs.
I became acquainted with the science of anatomy, but this was not sufficient; I must also observe the natural decay and corruption of the human body.
I am thinking of a great fellow, who was about as old as I am three hundred years ago, and had already begun a new era in anatomy.
And the only way he could get to know anatomy as he did, was by going to snatch bodies at night, from graveyards and places of execution.
These pressures and research into teaching methodology and psychology, were a few catalysts for a surge in research into newer teaching methods, curriculum designs and innovations that could be adapted into anatomy education.
In SA, provincial inspectors of anatomy are supposed to monitor and regulate institutions dealing with human tissue, as well as the general control of human bodies, tissue and organs for transplantation.
Divided in two groups, Group A who self-selected the models for learning anatomy (response rate) and - of group B who self-selected the cadaveric specimens for learning anatomy.