Laurens de Rooy

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Throughout the last four centuries, many anatomical museums across the world have collected teratological specimens that became precious objects. These can be regarded as spirits of the past which have captured the morphology of diseases through time. These valuable and irreplaceable specimens can be perfectly used in contemporary dysmorphological or(More)
The Vrolik Museum is the Amsterdam anatomical museum, and originates from the private collection of Gerard Vrolik (1775-1859) and his son Willem (1801-1863). Over the years the attitude towards anatomical specimens has changed and the museum changed along with it. Since 1984 the museum has been located in the Amsterdam Academic Medical Centre. It is closed(More)
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