→ noun (pl. anatomies)
1. the branch of science concerned with the bodily structure of humans, animals, and other living organisms, especially as revealed by dissection and the separation of parts.
2. a study of the structure or internal workings of something: a detailed anatomy of a society and its institutions.
- origin late Middle English: from Old French anatomie or late Latin anatomia, from Greek, from ana- ‘up’ + tomia ‘cutting’ (from temnein ‘to cut’).
- Oxford English Dictionary
Sunday, March 15, 2009
Updated 3/2017-- photos and all links (except to my own posts) removed as many are no longer active and it's easier than checking each one.
This edition (219) of SurgeXperiences is hosted by Oystein, The Sterile Eye, a medical photographer in Norway. You can read this “anatomy” edition here.
The host of the next edition (220), March 29th is yet to be named. The deadline for submissions is midnight on Friday, March 27th. Be sure to submit your post via this form.
SurgeXperiences is a blog carnival about surgical blogs. It is open to all (surgeon, nurse, anesthesia, patient, etc) who have a surgical blog or article to submit.
Here is the catalog of past SurgeXperiences editions for your reading pleasure. If you wish to host a future edition, please contact Jeffrey who runs the show here.