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Anatomy

Drawings of anatomy date back to the beginnings of medical science, but they still have a place in modern medical education, emphasising the crucial features in a way that photography cannot discriminate, which allows the audience to understand the important points easily and without distraction.

Pelvis

An example of highlights and shadows, utilising the background colour as a half-tone throughout, effecting a virtual 3D of the pelvic bones. Drawn from life.

Pelvis

Skulls, lateral, ¾ right, A/P & ¾ left:

Intended background for overlays of muscles, arteries, vein and nerves. Drawn from life.

 Skulls

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Changes to the Friendly Probing Suite on 19 August

Aug 06, 2019

We'll be adjusting the vulnerability ratings on the new Friendly Probing Suite and decommissioning the old service on Monday 19 August.

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Aug 05, 2019

Lecture capture recordings will be unavailable during the evening of Saturday 10 August because Panopto is undergoing an upgrade.

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