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 Definition (335 B.C. - 280 B.C.) Alexandrian physician, often called the father of anatomy. [d] [e]

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Herophilus: 3rd-4th century BCE Alexandrian Greek physician and human anatomist, variously called "The Father of Anatomy" and "The Vesalius of antiquity". Collaborators encouraged. --Anthony.Sebastian 21:29, 16 February 2009 (UTC)