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Page 15 text:
"It's safe to uncover DiMauro now, the sun has
Whether we now are amused when we recall our first anxious
weeks, are chagrined at the great amount of material once learned
which now escapes us, or are satisfied that we were able to finish a
difiicult task, we are in general accord that our study of Anatomy marked
the beginning of a discipline which is now a way of life for us. We do
not forget the ulcerogenic early-afternoon lectures when the colored
pencils slipped irretrievably to the floor from the moist, trembling hand.
Nor are we too far removed from the confusion that blocked thought
processes when confronted with involved dissections on our "best friend"
in the laboratory.
But the passage of time has helped us to learn the meaning of our
early struggles. We see that, apart from written examinations, the very
fabric of the anatomy course was in itself a test par excellence-one
which was intended to tell whose egos could stand repeated deflation,
whose minds functioned under extremes of pressure, whose hearts did
not fail in face of the work to be done. To the men of the Department
we are grateful for preparing us to meet the many challenges which
ensued in our academic peregrinations.
Page 14 text:
"Aw, come on jack-just try to touch it."
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'You will stare at this picture . .
You will never forget it . . .
You are in my power!"
DRS. HAUN, CALLAHAN
and AMENTA ff
"Are you sure this is where it goes?"
RAYMOND C. TRUEX, Ph.D.
Professor and Chairman, Department of Anatomy
The little rascals haven't answered this one for years."
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J. H. VAN DYKE, Ph.D.
"What slide, son ?-that's the table!"
Should I wake him up?-he may break his glasses."
Presided over by that genial father-figure Dr. Van Dyke, Histo
afforded some relief from the sphincter spasms induced by Gross and
Neuro. During lab time we watched our first operations, smoked in
the hall, and, in general, got to know each other. Occasionally we
looked at "B" box slides, Lectures were a fantasia of free-association
with placenta described as hundreds of Hngers waving in bowls of
water . . . or ground substance pictured as sheets of crinkled cellophane
with interlacing bundles of spaghetti and noodles, But slowly, ever so
slowly, we learned to appreciate the much discussed "normal" and a
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