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Dissection

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Book Elizabeth T. Hurren (2021)
Hidden Histories of the Dead: Disputed Bodies in Modern British Medical Research. (/isis/citation/CBB995981550/) unapi

Article Martin Robert (2021)
L'émeute des fémurs: contestations étudiantes, dissections humaines et professionnalisation de la médecine au Québec. Canadian Historical Review (pp. 525-544). (/isis/citation/CBB328485772/) unapi

Article Folco Vaglienti (2020)
Pratica anatomica ospedaliera a Milano al tempo di Leonardo. Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia (pp. 147-163). (/isis/citation/CBB042369026/) unapi

Chapter Allen Shotwell (2020)
Dissection Techniques, Forensics and Anatomy in the 16th Century. In: The Body of Evidence: Corpses and Proofs in Early Modern European Medicine (pp. 107-118). (/isis/citation/CBB490300332/) unapi

Chapter Alan W.H. Bates (2020)
Monstrous Exegesis: Opening Up Double Monsters in Early Modern Europe. In: The Body of Evidence: Corpses and Proofs in Early Modern European Medicine (pp. 119-148). (/isis/citation/CBB508100640/) unapi

Chapter Massimo Galtarossa (2020)
Knowledge from Bodies and Resistance to Anatomical Discourse (Padua, 16th–18th Centuries). In: The Body of Evidence: Corpses and Proofs in Early Modern European Medicine (pp. 175-190). (/isis/citation/CBB574584350/) unapi

Chapter Francesco Paolo de Ceglia (2020)
Corpses, Evidence and Medical Knowledge in the Late Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age. In: The Body of Evidence: Corpses and Proofs in Early Modern European Medicine (pp. 1-20). (/isis/citation/CBB767610903/) unapi

Chapter Diego Carnevale (2020)
Visum et Repertum: Medical Doctrine and Criminal Procedures in France and Naples (17th–18th Centuries). In: The Body of Evidence: Corpses and Proofs in Early Modern European Medicine (pp. 245-269). (/isis/citation/CBB884894838/) unapi

Book Francesco Paolo de Ceglia (2020)
The Body of Evidence: Corpses and Proofs in Early Modern European Medicine. (/isis/citation/CBB516817724/) unapi

Article Philippe Mudry (2020)
La quête du vivant ou une vie de chien. Aspects de l'investigation anatomique d'Alexandrie à Padoue. Medicina nei secoli (pp. 219-234). (/isis/citation/CBB614111939/) unapi

Chapter Margaret Brannan Lewis (2020)
Corpses and Confessions: Forensic Investigation and Infanticide in Early Modern Germany. In: The Body of Evidence: Corpses and Proofs in Early Modern European Medicine (pp. 224-244). (/isis/citation/CBB856131383/) unapi

Chapter Siena, Kevin P. (2020)
Corpses, Contagion and Courage: Fear and the Inspection of Bodies in 17th-Century London. In: The Body of Evidence: Corpses and Proofs in Early Modern European Medicine (pp. 149-174). (/isis/citation/CBB023895563/) unapi

Book Tinne Claes (2019)
Corpses in Belgian Anatomy, 1860–1914: Nobody’s Dead. (/isis/citation/CBB827295266/) unapi

Thesis Richard Thomas Bellis (2019)
Making Anatomical Knowledge About Disease in Late Georgian Britain, from Dissection Table to the Printed Book and Beyond : Matthew Baillie's 'Morbid Anatomy' and Its Accompanying Engravings. (/isis/citation/CBB288181113/) unapi

Chapter Melissa A. Carroll (2019)
Modeling Lymphatic Anatomy - Dissection, Mercury and Wax. In: Ceroplastics: The Art of Wax (pp. 199-210). (/isis/citation/CBB299569912/) unapi

Article Raffaele Gaeta; Valentina Giuffra (2019)
Necropsy Reports and Anatomo-Pathological Observations from the Archives of the Grand Ducal Medici Family of Florence. Part II – The 17th and First Half of the 18th Century. Medicina Historica (pp. 88-98). (/isis/citation/CBB293423316/) unapi

Article Elena Varotto; Mauro Vaccarezza; Roberta Ballestriero; et al. (2019)
The teaching of anatomy throughout the centuries: from Herophilus to plastination and beyond. Medicina Historica (pp. 69-77). (/isis/citation/CBB228242848/) unapi

Article Tinne Claes (2018)
‘By What Right does the Scalpel Enter the Pauper’s Corpse?’ Dissections and Consent in Late Nineteenth-Century Belgium. Social History of Medicine (pp. 258-277). (/isis/citation/CBB316895838/) unapi

Article Ahmed Ragab (2018)
Two Students and a Corpse: The Semantics of Disgust in the Making of Colonial Knowledge. History and Technology (pp. 79-88). (/isis/citation/CBB451412712/) unapi

Article Patrizia Fughelli (2017)
Bolognese Medicine during the Time of Dante. Medicina Historica (pp. 77-83). (/isis/citation/CBB288466144/) unapi

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