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04.02 - Introduction and Survey of the Human body Anatomy...

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Introduction and Survey of the Human body Anato m y his to ry – ho w we  g o t he re Ho w we  s tudy the  hum an bo dy to day Anato m ic al po s itio n and dire c tio ns Up? Down?
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A few questions before we begin Who were the first anatomists? When was radiography invented? How did it change medicine? Is malleus the same as malleolus? Where is an inguinal hernia? What is homeostasis? Who were the first anatomists?
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Hippocrates (460 – 380 BC) Aristotle (384 - 322 BC) Herophilus (335 - 280 BC) Galen (129 - 199 AD) The Dark Ages (200-1050 AD)
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Michelangelo’s David
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Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519) Middle Ages and Renaissance 1050 - 1543
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Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564)
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How to study the human body Inspection Palpation Auscultation Percussion Exploratory surgery Medical imaging Dissection
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1895 - Radiography What’s black? radiolucent allows passage of x-rays does not absorb x-rays What’s white?
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