Dissections

Some articles on dissections, dissection:

History Of Anatomy - Early Modern Anatomy - 17th and 18th Centuries
... Many famous artists studied anatomy, attended dissections, and published drawings for money, from Michelangelo to Rembrandt ... Only certified anatomists were allowed to perform dissections, and sometimes then only yearly ... These dissections were sponsored by the city councilors and often charged an admission fee, rather like a circus act for scholars ...
Aortic Dissection - Signs and Symptoms
... About 96% of individuals with aortic dissection present with severe pain that had a sudden onset. 17% of individuals will feel the pain migrate as the dissection extends down the aorta ... The location of pain is associated with the location of the dissection ...
Aortic Dissection - Treatment
... In an acute dissection treatment choice depends on its location ... For Stanford type A (ascending aortic) dissection, surgical management is superior to medical management ... Stanford type B (distal aortic) dissections (including abdominal aortic dissections), medical management is preferred over surgical ...
Philip Verheyen - His Career and The Influence of Ruysch and Spinoza
... Ruysch's theatrical dissections were no less influential in Verheyen's philosophical formation ... almost yearly to witness the famous dissections at the Surgeon's Guild ... These public dissections were ticketed events that drew large crowds of both professional and lay people ...
Herophilos - Life
... In Alexandria, he practiced dissections, often publicly so that he could explain what he was doing to those who were fascinated ... Herophilos was the first scientist to systematically perform scientific dissections of human cadavers ... Dissections of human cadavers were banned in most places at the time, except for Alexandria ...