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Visible Proofs: Forensic Views of the Body: Galleries: Media: Autopsy WARNING: Some people may find images from actual postmortem dissections disturbing. Viewer discretion advised. Videos on this page require either QuickTime Player or Windows Media Player. Postmortem dissection, or autopsy, was among the first scientific methods to be used in the investigation of violent or suspicious death.

Visible Proofs: Forensic Views of the Body: Galleries: Media: Autopsy

The anatomy of the face and head is significant for understanding the behaviors, functions, and appearances of the face and head. Several anatomical diagrams are collected here, although anatomy is not the focal topic of this web site and discussion of it is limited to the basics. Of necessity to avoid copyright violation, most diagrams are reproduced from old textbooks and journals, but they remain relatively accurate and are useful for introductory and illustrative purposes. A serious anatomy student would require a more modern and detailed treatment of these topics than is provided by diagrams and discussion found here. Skeletal Anatomy The bony parts of the head, or the skull, form the framework on which the face is built. Anatomy of the Face and Head Underlying Facial Expression Anatomy of the Face and Head Underlying Facial Expression
Introduction to Chest Imaging
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Cardiothoracic Imaging - Gross anatomy of the heart

Cardiothoracic Imaging - Gross anatomy of the heart
Russian Numbers - Russian Language Lesson 2 - Main Lesson - Russian Language Lessons Russian Numbers - Russian Language Lesson 2 - Main Lesson - Russian Language Lessons New Russian Audio: To help you learn Russian this lesson now has sound. Click the green icon to listen. (Help)
Mark Vernon Mark Vernon Do you ever get the feeling that something went wrong? What with credit crunches, wars, congestion charges, and unemployment, it is natural to hark back to less complicated times. In this witty and inspiring book, Mark Vernon does just that. However, we are not talking about the 1980s – try 400BC!