Hieverybody!
MikePascoe   , MD
MikePascoe,   PhD
Westminster, CO
Boulder, CO
Boulder, CO
4        4       213years   studies   pages
8,009 miles
July 2009CU Boulder   2004CU Boulder   2006CU Boulder   2010
CU Boulder   2004CU Boulder   2006CU Boulder   2010
Overview of Human Anatomy
PhysicianAcademic        &     ClinicalKnowledge           Competency HumanAnatomy HumanPhysiology
The ArtofDissection
Why dissect?1. Best way to understand the 3D spatial   relations of the structures of the body2. Although there are other ...
What makes a gooddissection?1. Not just blindly hacking at tissue2. A working knowledge of underlying   structures3. Remov...
Where does dissectionhappen?
Jan 16,  1632Rembrandt  Nicolaes       Tulp Aris Kindt
Dissection Lab • Education 1 • 5th             Floor
How is dissectionperformed?
Vesalian Tool Kit • 1500s
?
Scalpel
Scissors
Curved / Straight
Hemostat
Curved / Straight
Blunt
Probe
Forceps
Hammer &Chisel
Rib cutters
Bone saw
Bone saw
Cast cutter
Brief Historyof Dissection
Dissection of humancadavers1315 First recorded public dissection, Italy1543 Vesalius performs several dissections,Dutch170...
Dr. Knox   William Burke
To recap...‣   My path to medical professional    education‣   Why anatomy is important to    physicians‣   What the study...
@mpascoe
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
Cornerstone Christian Academy Field Trip
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  • biggest challenges? pearls of wisdom -
  • Brief history, how is anatomy different than medicine? Wikipedia Why bother? Why important for physicians?
  • Burking - Knox was the dissector that bought the bodies from Burke
  • English: The skeleton of William Burke exhibited in the Anatomy Museum of the Edinburgh Medical School. "I am disposed to agree that your sentence shall be put in execution in the usual way, but accompanied with the statutory attendant of the punishment of the crime of murder, viz.- that your body should be publicly dissected and anatomized. And I trust, that if it is ever customary to preserve skeletons, yours will be preserved, in order that posterity may keep in remembrance of your atrocious crimes."
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    1. 1. Hieverybody!
    2. 2. MikePascoe , MD
    3. 3. MikePascoe, PhD
    4. 4. Westminster, CO
    5. 5. Boulder, CO
    6. 6. Boulder, CO
    7. 7. 4 4 213years studies pages
    8. 8. 8,009 miles
    9. 9. July 2009CU Boulder 2004CU Boulder 2006CU Boulder 2010
    10. 10. CU Boulder 2004CU Boulder 2006CU Boulder 2010
    11. 11. Overview of Human Anatomy
    12. 12. PhysicianAcademic & ClinicalKnowledge Competency HumanAnatomy HumanPhysiology
    13. 13. The ArtofDissection
    14. 14. Why dissect?1. Best way to understand the 3D spatial relations of the structures of the body2. Although there are other ways to learn (prosection, plastinated organs), dissection is the gold standard3. Assists in developing manual dexterity skills4. Anatomy means ‘to separate by cutting open’
    15. 15. What makes a gooddissection?1. Not just blindly hacking at tissue2. A working knowledge of underlying structures3. Removing what is extraneous and preserving what is important4. Error on the conservative side
    16. 16. Where does dissectionhappen?
    17. 17. Jan 16, 1632Rembrandt Nicolaes Tulp Aris Kindt
    18. 18. Dissection Lab • Education 1 • 5th Floor
    19. 19. How is dissectionperformed?
    20. 20. Vesalian Tool Kit • 1500s
    21. 21. ?
    22. 22. Scalpel
    23. 23. Scissors
    24. 24. Curved / Straight
    25. 25. Hemostat
    26. 26. Curved / Straight
    27. 27. Blunt
    28. 28. Probe
    29. 29. Forceps
    30. 30. Hammer &Chisel
    31. 31. Rib cutters
    32. 32. Bone saw
    33. 33. Bone saw
    34. 34. Cast cutter
    35. 35. Brief Historyof Dissection
    36. 36. Dissection of humancadavers1315 First recorded public dissection, Italy1543 Vesalius performs several dissections,Dutch1700 Limited dissection in England, ten peryear1752 Murder Act allows bodies of criminals1827 Burke & Hare murders to supply highdemand1832 Anatomy Act allows unclaimed anddonated
    37. 37. Dr. Knox William Burke
    38. 38. To recap...‣ My path to medical professional education‣ Why anatomy is important to physicians‣ What the study of anatomy has looked like
    39. 39. @mpascoe

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