Discover Magazine hat ein paar alte Fotos von Anatomie-Klassen aus dem 19. Jahrhundert.
When photography became common in the 1880s, many medical students chose to record their medical education on film. One key aspect of that education was human dissections. […]
This photo shows a common medical-student practice of the time: inscribing messages on their dissection tables. The scrawled note on this table at an unidentified school reads, "His Time was Bad, But Ours is WORSE."