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Anatomy for beginners
24-01-2005, 04:55 PM
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Anatomy for beginners

This series of four programmes starts tonight at 11.05 on CH4. Anatomist Dr Gunther von Hagens and pathologist Prof John Lee lead us through a graphic dissection of a human body in order to examine internal structures and organs in detail. The whole thing is shown over four nights and looks to be fascinating.

As student nurses we were offered the chance to attend a post mortem but at the time I decided against it. I'm looking forward to seeing this though.
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24-01-2005, 05:06 PM
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Hiya Voicey, great to see you hereSmile

I saw the ad's for this program and it looks good.
Isn't one of the doc's the one that did the autopsy on channel 4 a while back.
I will definately be watching, I love all that stuff.
And I never got the chance to see a pm.
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24-01-2005, 05:21 PM
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Andrea Wrote:Hiya Voicey, great to see you hereSmile

I saw the ad's for this program and it looks good.
Isn't one of the doc's the one that did the autopsy on channel 4 a while back.
I will definately be watching, I love all that stuff.
And I never got the chance to see a pm.
Sis ! Mum's back :laugh: hoorrrrayyyyy ! Good to see you Voicey.

This programme looks very very interesting.

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24-01-2005, 06:21 PM
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I'll definately be tuning into this and urge everyone else too as well! Had to do dissections of dead bodies a few years ago and it's probably the most intresting (and gruesome!) thing I've ever done. I find it all fascinating!

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24-01-2005, 06:37 PM
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Yes it's the guy who also did the infamous BodyWorlds exhibition in East London so I'll be setting the video!
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24-01-2005, 06:44 PM
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I saw the trailer for this and found out that if you bent your largest middle finger into a claw - and let the other fingers stay upright - you lose the use of your muscle and can only move the tip of that finger by pinging it with your other hand. It is to do witht he tendon running the length of that finger - amazing and a great party trick[ish] [only if you are easily amused - like me!!!]Blush

It looks unmissable!!
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24-01-2005, 08:03 PM
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This sounds fascinating, but is not really my cup of tea so I will give it a miss!
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24-01-2005, 11:46 PM
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This is truly fascinating. I watched the autopsy last year but I was disappointed with that, but I've enjoyed this.

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24-01-2005, 11:50 PM
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Wow! That was brilliant, and presented in such an interesting way too. It's not every day you see a brain on a bacon slicer is it?!
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25-01-2005, 08:42 AM
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Have to be honest here - I can't see how sliced up human organs can be fascinating! What's the big appeal?

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