Definition of morbid anatomy in English:

morbid anatomy

Syllabification: mor·bid a·nat·o·my


  • The anatomy of diseased organs and tissues.
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    • Ellis performed the first systematic examination of morbid anatomy in 1908.
    • Historically, macroscopic or gross analysis came first with the rise of morbid anatomy during the Renaissance.
    • In an age when medical practitioners still commonly blamed ailments on an imbalance, morbid anatomy - the study of diseased or damaged organs - was in its infancy.

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