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October 28, 2014


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That's a great article, really shows how far we have come, not only with the development of anatomy models but education in general. I'm quite sure that anatomy models will continue to develop and become more complex and detailed.


Just found this fascinating article, history is always interesting and models have developed very quickly in recent years. We now have some quite complex models of most of the human body, and in the future I'm sure 3D printing will develop further and come down in price. Meanwhile the study of human anatomy remains a fascinating area, and thank goodness we have decent anatomical models to study with.


Really great post! I've been looking around for something as detailed as that. Thanks!


Wow! Awesome article! It always amazes me how far we've come with science and medicine. This was so informative, like a history lesson in human anatomical models over the centuries. I can't even fathom the idea of trying to tell a doctor what's wrong with you by holding a doll from behind a curtain and pointing. With how fast technology is advancing, I'm sure people in the future will look at our practices and find them "interesting" as well. Thanks for posting!

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