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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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Delays in email delivery between PPSW and Exchange Online tenancies

Jan 22, 2020

Several institutions reported to us that messages to their Exchange Online tenancies were being blocked following routine maintenance to the central email switch (PPSW) on Monday 20 January. We believe we've discovered the cause and implemented a workaround that has cleared the backlog and will prevent this from happening again.

Phone system maintenance on Saturday 1 February

Jan 16, 2020

We're planning to update the University phone system on Saturday 1 February. Desk phones may reboot several times during this process, but there should be no effect on calls.

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