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Unformatted text preview: Saturday, July 10 08.45: Opening Lecture (Syllaba´s Hall) Moderator: Bá č a Václav L-01 History of the Czech clinical anatomy Stingl Josef Department of Anatomy, Third Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague, Praha, Czech Republic [email protected] The Prague University was founded 1348 as the 27th one in Europe. The Medical Faculty was its part from the very begin, but the medical curriculum had for several hundreds years a medieval scholastic form, without anatomy. The history of the Czech anatomy started in fact in June 1600, when professor Johannes Jessenius presented the first public anatomical dissec- tion in Prague. But the real development of the anatomy as a full-value part of the medical curriculum began in the Bohemian Kingdom first after the reforms of the Empress Maria Theresia and Emperor Josef the Second during the sec- ond half of the 18th century. Into a real scientific discipline it was fluently changed during the 19th century, when in Prag were acting many outstanding anatomists like Prochaska, Purkinje, Ilg, Hyrtl, Gruber, Bochdalek and others. The clini- cal anatomy proper, substantially oriented on the needs of the clinical disciplines, started to develop first professor Karel Weigner during the thirties of the 20th century. In his tradi- tion continued successfully several generations of Czech anatomists on all seven Czech medical faculties. The most intensive advancement the Czech clinical anatomy enjoys, as both scientific as well as pedagogic discipline, during the last 30 years, above all in connection with the intensive technological development of most clinical disciplines. 09.15: Honorary Lectures dedicated to prof. Stingl (Syllaba´s Hall) Moderator: Bá č a Václav L-02 Scanning electron microscopy of vascular corrosion casts: a means to study growth and regression of blood vessels in normal and diseased tissues and organs? Lametschwandtner Alois, Bartel Heidi, Tangphokhanon Wasan, Gerlach Nicolas, Minnich Bernd Department of Organismic Biology, University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria [email protected] As the transport capacity of the blood vascular system is great- ly defined by the numbers, the dimensions, the hierarchical Abstracts for the 2 nd International Symposium of Clinical and Applied Anatomy, prof. Josef Stingl JUBILEE, July 9 th- 11 th , 2010, Prague, Czech Republic Anatomy 2010; 4 Suppl 1: 19-90 © 2010 TSACA Lectures (L-01 — L-96) Abstracts www.anatomy.org.tr doi:10.2399/ana.10.019x Copyright © 2010 Turkish Society of Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy (TSACA). All rights reserved. Published by Deomed Medical Publishing, Istanbul. 20 2 nd International Symposium of Clinical and Applied Anatomy, July 9 th- 11 th , 2010, Prague, Czech Republic Anatomy 2010 ; 4 Suppl 1 order, and the three-dimensional arrangement of its compo- nents, i.e. arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins, quantification of vessel diameters, vessel lengths, interbranch- ing distances, and branching angles is of utmost importance. Ining distances, and branching angles is of utmost importance....
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