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Entretien avec Georges Didi-Huberman - une vidéo Art et Création Stellarium Joseph Jernigan | Murderpedia, the encyclopedia of murderers In 1981, Jernigan was sentenced to death for stabbing and shooting 75-year-old Edward Hale, who discovered him stealing a microwave oven. Jernigan spent 12 years in prison before his final plea for clemency was denied. At the prompting of a prison chaplain, he agreed to donate his body for scientific research or medical use. His cadaver was sectioned and photographed for the Visible Human Project. Two cheeseburgers, french fries, tossed salad with 1,000 island dressing and iced tea (refused last meal) Joseph Paul Jernigan was executed on Aug. 5, 1993 for the 1981 murder of 75 year-old Edward Hale. Jernigan and an accomplice were in the process of burglarizing Hale’s house when he returned home. A sheriff arrested Jernigan several days later after his wife, Vicki Jernigan, provided the sheriff’s department with the information they needed to arrest him. The murderer's gift: The life and eternal cyberlife of Paul Jernigan By David Rothman Jernigan gave himself to science. "Not too much.
3D Navigator: Upper Limb (Arm and Hand) by Karl Heinz Höhne, Sebastian Gehrmann, Tariq Nazar, Andreas Petersik, Bernhard Pflesser, Andreas Pommert, Udo Schumacher, and Ulf Tiede. DVD-ROM for Windows XP or Vista in English and German, Springer Electronic Media, New York, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-21010-8. The VOXEL-MAN 3D-Navigator: Upper Limb is the latest addition to a series of interactive atlases of anatomy and radiology. It follows VOXEL-MAN 3D-Navigators Brain and Skull and Inner Organs. The material is organized into 11 scenes (right) that can be interactively explored and additionally viewed in stereoscopic vision (red/green glasses included). Unlike books or traditional multimedia programs, it allows interactive exploration of a detailed three-dimensional anatomical model. The anatomical nomenclature is available in Latin, English and German, while the manual is available in English and German.
Muscular System Anatomy, Diagram & Function Without muscle, humans could not live. The primary job of muscle is to move the bones of the skeleton, but muscles also enable the heart to beat and constitute the walls of other important hollow organs. There are three types of muscle tissue: Skeletal muscle: This type of muscle creates movement in the body. There are more than 600 skeletal muscles, and they makes up about 40 percent of a person’s body weight. When the nervous system signals the muscle to contract, groups of muscles work together to move the skeleton. Muscle movement happens when neurological signals produce electrical changes in muscle cells. Muscle pain is a common issue that can signal numerous problems, even if it’s something as simple as overuse. Muscle pain Sprains and strains Bruising Cramping Myopathy Muscular dystrophy Parkinson’s disease Fibromyalgia Multiple sclerosis Proper nutrition and exercise is important to keeping all muscles healthy, whether they are cardiac, smooth, or skeletal.
1993: Joseph Paul Jernigan, Visible Human Project subject August 5th, 2013 Headsman On this date in 1993, Joseph Paul Jernigan died by lethal injection in Texas. Yet he lives on still. A career burglar, Jernigan was surprised mid-robbery in 1981 by 75-year-old Edward Hale: the thief promptly shot the homeowner dead, then finished his looting. As a criminal you wouldn’t much notice Joseph Paul Jernigan — unless it was your house he was burgling, of course — and you wouldn’t exactly call his smash-and-grab act state-of-the-art. Jernigan donated his body to science, joining an ancient tradition of condemned men and women whose bodies are “cadaverized” for whatever medical material is required of their own day and age. But instead of serving as a med school’s pincushion, “science” in Jernigan’s case turned out to be — Jernigan had no idea of it while he lived — the Visible Human Project. So, after his execution, Jernigan’s entire body was “sliced” from head to foot into 1,871 one-millimeter slides. Joseph Jernigan’s thorax, including the heart.
VOXEL-MAN 3D-Navigator: Upper Limb. Regional and Radiological Anatomy Arme und Hand. Topographische und Radiologische Anatomie: Sebastian Gehrmann, Nazar Tariq, Andreas Petersik, Bernhard Pflesser, Andreas Pommert, Udo Schumacher, Ulf Tiede, K Approves First Scorpion Sting Antidote Get Consumer Updates by E-mail Consumer Updates RSS Feed Share copies of this article (623 KB) On This Page: “Once stung, twice shy” are words to live by in the Southwestern United States, where about 11,000 people a year are stung by scorpions in Arizona alone. Though rarely life threatening, scorpion stings can be extremely painful, causing numbness and burning at the wound site. Until now. Last year, the Food and Drug Administration approved the first treatment specifically for the sting of the Centruroides scorpion, the most common type in the United States. The biologic treatment—called Anascorp—was given a priority review because adequate treatment did not exist in the United States, says Karen Midthun, M.D., director of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research. “This product provides a new treatment for children and adults and is designed specifically for scorpion stings,” Midthun says. back to top Bark Scorpion Scorpions are attracted to dark, moist spaces. Things to Know