[ US /əˈnætəməst, əˈnætəmɪst/ ]
[ UK /ˈænɐtəmˌɪst/ ]
  1. an expert in anatomy
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How To Use anatomist In A Sentence

  • At the time, the knowledge of anatomy was developing rapidly but anatomists were only legally allowed to dissect the corpses of executed criminals.
  • Conservative and radical scientific ideas were disseminated from Paris by naturalists and anatomists returning home inspired by what they had heard.
  • This was a remarkable claim since Andreas Vesalius and modern anatomists had drawn human skeletons from observation and dissection since the sixteenth century.
  • If there is anyone who seems to embody the Renaissance completely and totally, it is this grouchy5) and self-centered painter, scholar, inventor, scientist, writer, anatomist, etc.
  • The following famous anatomists identified and described pancreatic anatomy and physiology.
  • At the same time, the first great modern neuroanatomists were doing forbidden human dissections at the new, secret amphitheater at the University of Padua medical school.
  • But right now he needs to decide whether he wants to be a balladeer or a singing anatomist.
  • Specific details for the wide range of techniques developed by anatomists can be found in the cited references (Appendix V).
  • An anatomist was given access to his tomb by the Vatican half a century ago when repairs were being carried out to the crypt in the church at Bari, southern Italy, where his remains are kept.
  • Whales, and also seals, are provided with remarkable special networks of blood-vessels in various parts of the body (called "retia mirabilia" by the old anatomists,) and also with a thick layer of fat under the skin, the "blubber" (some feet deep in a large whale), full of blood-vessels. More Science From an Easy Chair
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