Dying for Victorian Medicine

The 19th century business of anatomy was lucrative. In a Victorian underworld commercial body dealers bought dead paupers from asylums, infirmaries and workhouses. They sold the nameless and friendless on to teaching hospitals and medical students for dissection. Corpses travelled in dead boxes on railway trains to get fresh cadavers quickly to trainee... Více

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