morbid anatomy, with Ebenstein at the helm, seems to do it all, from publishing books to leading international trips.
His connection with the University of Pennsylvania began in 1868, when he was appointed lecturer on morbid anatomy.
Who ever visited a museum of morbid anatomy without a shudder?
Of morbid anatomy, save for the setting forth of cure, I am not fond, and here there is nothing to be said of cure.
Unhappily, it was but the morbid anatomy of human nature he cared to study.
His plays, his rhyming plays in particular, are admirable subjects for those who wish to study the morbid anatomy of the drama.
This subject will receive further elucidation more appropriately in describing the pathology and morbid anatomy of the disease.
The morbid anatomy of simple chronic articular rheumatism will vary with the severity and duration of the disease.
The sources of the hemorrhage in gastric ulcer will be described in connection with the morbid anatomy.
The various secondary cancerous deposits are most conveniently considered under the morbid anatomy.