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Anatomy for Beginners was the first television airing of a real and spontaneous demonstration of human anatomy. The beauty and intricacy of the human body is laid bare in a sophisticated modern version of a tradition that extends back to the middle ages and beyond.
In this programme you can see highlights of the dissections and learn more about the human body. Your anatomical guides are controversial anatomist Dr Gunther von Hagens, who dissects the bodies, and pathologist Prof. John Lee who explains how they work in health and in disease. At the heart of each episode is a human dissection, carried out by von Hagens, each episode focussing on a different set of anatomical systems: movement, circulation, digestion and reproduction
Thoroughly recommended. Good value for money. Enjoyable and very informative. Exactly what I wanted and more than I expected.Published 3 months ago by Skye Summers
This documentary was shown by the BBC many years ago showing how the body works, a bit gruesome, but nevertheless very instructive.Published 6 months ago by PGW /GIB
This DVD was great and very inspireing. Great for the beginner in Anatomy.Can be sqeamish if you are sqeamishy otherwise worth watching.Published 16 months ago by Siobhan woodhouse
I find this is great as I instruct anatomy & physiology so it backs up everything I teach, the students really enjoy watching it although can be a bit gruesome!!Published 19 months ago by Kerry Williams
I wasn't sure about this when i first started watching, it seemed quite strange. But i'm yet to encounter anything that can compare to it, and by the end i found myself really... Read morePublished on 10 July 2013 by Hayley