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Most of our anatomical insight was gained through the dissection of corpses (cadavers), and for a long time, it was the only way we could gain anatomical knowledge about the human body.

Even to this day, scientists are newly discovering organs that were previously overlooked or have been mistakenly identified as other existing tissues.

” Human anatomy was first studied by observing the exterior of the body and observing the wounds of soldiers and other injuries.

Primitive early microscopes enabled Marcello Malpighi to discover the system of tiny capillaries connecting the arterial and venous networks, Robert Hooke to first observe the small compartments in plants that he called “cells,” and Antonie van Leeuwenhoek to observe muscle fibres and spermatozoa.

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