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Each chapter was well organized, beginning with overall chapter objectives and an introduction.

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Each chapter section also begins with objectives and contain descriptions of disorders, homeostatic imbalances, interactive links, and everyday connections. At the end of each chapter, the key terms are listed and defined, there is a chapter review, interactive link questions, review questions, and critical thinking questions.

Overall, a well-organized textbook.

Interface rating: 5 I felt the interface works well. The only issue I noted dealt with the insertion of images - there were large gaps between the text and many of the images, leaving large white expanses that could be distracting. The images seemed appropriate except where noted below under the cultural heading and were high resolution when magnified. Eustachius was the rival of Vesalius.

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Seventeenth Century William Harvey was an English physician who discovered the circulation of blood, and published it as Anatomical Exercise on the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals. He also published a book on embryology.

The other events of this century included: a the first recorded human dissection in in Massachusetts; b foundation of microscopic anatomy by Malpighi; and c introduction of alcohol as a preservative. William Hunter was a London anatomist and obstetrician.

He introduced the present day embalming with the help of Harvey's discovery, and founded with his younger brother John Hunter the famous Hunterian museum.

Dissection by medical students was made compulsory in Edinburgh and Maryland Burke and Hare scandal of 16 murders took place in Edinburgh in Warburton Anatomy Act was passed in England under which the unclaimed bodies were made available for dissection.

The ' A c t ' was passed in America Massachusetts in Formalin was used as a fixative in s. X-rays were discovered by Roentgen in Various endoscopes were devised between and The anatomical societies were founded in Germany , Britain and America The noted anatomists of this century include Ashley Cooper ; British surgeon , Cuvier ; French naturalist , Meckel ; German anatomist , and Henry Gray ; the author of Gray's Anatomy.

Twentieth Century The electron microscope was invented in 20th century.

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It was applied in clinical practice, which made startling changes in the study of normal and diseased conditions. These helped in better understanding of the body tissues.

Besides plain X-rays, in this century, ultrasonography and echocardiography were discovered. This was the non-invasive safe-procedure. Also computer-axial tomography or CT scan, a non-invasive procedure and magnetic resonance imaging were devised.

These were extremely useful, sensitive means of understanding the dynamics of body structure in health and disease.

Tissue culture was developed which was new and exciting field of research. New advances in cases of infertility were discovered, which gave hopes to some infertile couples. Even treatment 'in-utero' is being practised in some cases. Human genome is being prepared. New research in drugs for many diseases, especially AIDS, is being done very enthusiastically.

There is also a strong possibility of gene therapy. Inderjit Dewan worked chiefly on osteology and anthropology. Choudhry did notable work on carotid body. Chaterjee and Dr. Verma researched on embryology.

Dayal did good work in cancer biology. Shamer Singh and his team did pioneering work on teratology. Chaturvedi and Dr. Gupta's prominent work was on corrosion cast.

His teachings were followed and considered as the infallible authority on the subject for nearly 15 centuries. Fourteenth Century Mundinus or Mondino d'Luzzi , the 'restorer of anatomy', was an Italian anatomist and professor of anatomy at Bologna. He wrote a book Anathomia which was the standard anatomical text for over a century. He taught anatomy by dissection for which his text was used as a guide.

He was the most renowned anatomist before Vesalius. Leonardo da Vinci of Italy , the originator of cross-sectional anatomy, was one of the greatest geniuses the world has known. He was a master of arts and contributed substantially in mathematics, science and engineering.

He was the first to describe the moderator band of the right ventricle. The most admirable of his works are the drawings of the things he observed with perfection and fidelity. His 60 notebooks containing diagrams were published in Vesalius , the 'reformer of anatomy', was German in origin, Belgian Brussels by birth, and found an Italian Padua university favourable for his work.

He was professor of anatomy at Padua. He is regarded as the founder of modern anatomy because he taught that anatomy could be learnt only through dissections.

He opposed and corrected the erroneous concepts of Galen and fought against his authority, thus reviving anatomy after a deadlock of about 15 centuries.

His great anatomical treatise De Febricia Humani Corporis, written Introduction I 7 in seven volumes, revolutionized the teaching of anatomy and remained as authoritative text for two centuries. Vesalius studied first at Louvain and then at Paris under Gunther and Sylvius. Eustachius was the rival of Vesalius. Seventeenth Century William Harvey was an English physician who discovered the circulation of blood, and published it as Anatomical Exercise on the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals.

He also published a book on embryology. The other events of this century included: a the first recorded human dissection in in Massachusetts; b foundation of microscopic anatomy by Malpighi; and c introduction of alcohol as a preservative. William Hunter was a London anatomist and obstetrician. He introduced the present day embalming with the help of Harvey's discovery, and founded with his younger brother John Hunter the famous Hunterian museum.

Dissection by medical students was made compulsory in Edinburgh and Maryland Burke and Hare scandal of 16 murders took place in Edinburgh in Warburton Anatomy Act was passed in England under which the unclaimed bodies were made available for dissection. The ' A c t ' was passed in America Massachusetts in Formalin was used as a fixative in s. X-rays were discovered by Roentgen in Various endoscopes were devised between and The anatomical societies were founded in Germany , Britain and America The noted anatomists of this century include Ashley Cooper ; British surgeon , Cuvier ; French naturalist , Meckel ; German anatomist , and Henry Gray ; the author of Gray's Anatomy.

Twentieth Century The electron microscope was invented in 20th century. It was applied in clinical practice, which made startling changes in the study of normal and diseased conditions. These helped in better understanding of the body tissues. Besides plain X-rays, in this century, ultrasonography and echocardiography were discovered. This was the non-invasive safe-procedure.

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