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Thu Oct 16 18:02:44 2014 UTClccn-n880957840.00Discover the mysteries under your skin : Prof. Gunther von Hagens' Body Worlds : the anatomical exhibtion of real human bodies /0.430.92Körperwelten oder Leibesvisitationen? : Eine philosophisch-theologische Auseinandersetzung mit Gunther von Hagens' Ausstellung /74724375Gunther_von_Hagensn 880957842653705Gunter von HagensGunther von HagensHagen, Gunther von 1945-Hagens, Gunter vonHagens, Gunther vonLiebchen, Gunther.Liebchen Gunther 1945-....Liebchen Gunther Gerhard 1945-....Von Hagens, Gunther.np-lee, john aLee, John A.lccn-n86808560Channel Four (Great Britain)lccn-no2003057097Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)lccn-no2004000413Firefly Filmslccn-no2002001956Whalley, Angelinaauictbedtcrenp-coleman, davidColeman, Daviddrtlccn-n2008063764Jespersen, T. Christine1964-nc-firefly film & television productions ltdFirefly Film & Television Productions, Ltdlccn-n2008063774Starr, Joseph1969-lccn-n2008063766Rodriguez, Alicita1972-Hagens, Gunther vonExhibition catalogsAtlasesCatalogsHistoryBiographyDocumentary filmsHuman anatomyHuman bodyHagens, Gunther vonTissues--Plastic embedmentHuman physiologyHuman figure in artCadaver in artPreservation of organs, tissues, etcBiological specimens--Plastic embedmentHuman dissectionMedicine in artAutopsyPlastinationMedicine and artTelevision mini-seriesGreat BritainAnatomy, PathologicalFirst aid in illness and injuryWounds and injuries--TreatmentCardiovascular systemMedical emergenciesGermanyAnatomy, ArtisticAgingFracturesTraveling exhibitionsMedical scientistsInventorsBlood--CirculationBrain--AgingDeathOxygen--Physiological effectAnoxemiaCancerBreast--CancerIntestines--CancerInklings (Group of writers)Church music--Orthodox Eastern ChurchChurch musicMusic in churchesDeadHorses in artDissection--Moral and ethical aspectsArtArt--Moral and ethical aspectsEquestrian statuesHorsesDead in artArteriosclerosisAnatomists1945195519751985198619881990199119921996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132485168302611.00222QM25ocn724579815ocn778463400ocn794505242ocn821214535ocn725142027ocn724579917ocn181567294ocn298552435ocn315244022ocn826599177ocn875278128ocn456714430ocn780678556ocn061722990ocn875278128ocn859020382ocn874111761ocn864660816ocn175065149ocn8752781283317ocn020852409book19900.56The Visible human body : an atlas of sectional anatomyAtlases20117ocn080569638visu20050.29Curwin, NickAnatomy for beginnersAtlasesDocumentary filmsAnatomist Gunther von Hagens lays bare the intricacy and beauty of the human design, making it viewable and easily understood across a wide range of settings -- from Biology 101 to the most advanced medical courses. Viewer discretion is advised. Contains clinically explicit language and demonstrations1236ocn069866623visu20020.24Gunther von Hagens' body worlds the anatomical exhibition of real human bodiesExhibition catalogs"Witness the exhibition that literally gets under your skin and where nobody can remain indifferent. More than 18 million vistors have already admired them: the authentic anatomical specimen from Dr. Gunther von Hagens - uniquely beautiful and instructive. Experience a digital reunion with the Runner, the Chess Player, the Skinman, and other plastinates. Meet the man behind Body worlds, his pioneering invention, his work."--Container1214ocn192007030visu20050.50The anatomy of circulationIn this program, world-renown anatomist Gunther von Hagens takes viewers into the inner workings of the respiratory and circulatory systems -- exposing the path that oxygen takes through the human body. Von Hagens dissects lung tissue to reveal alveoli, delves into the atria and ventricles of the heart, and examines the intricate network of blood vessels that spreads through the abdomen, limbs, digestive system, head, and brain. Viewer discretion is advised. Contains clinically explicit language and demonstrations.-- Container+-+364908679611915ocn082895554visu20050.27Hagens, Gunther vonAutopsy life & death"It's said that the dead tell no tales--but an autopsy reveals a lot about how a person lived and died. In this four-part series, world-renowned anatomist Gunther von Hagens and pathologist John Lee study and dissect human cadavers--preserved through plastination, von Hagens' patented process--and clearly illustrate the causes of death. Each program features eye-opening lessons in anatomy and pathology, offering an in-depth look at the intense hands-on training that precedes a career in medicine. Viewer discretion is advised. Contains clinically explicit language and demonstrations."--Container1174ocn192007006visu20050.47The anatomy of digestionMost animals, including humans, are essentially food-processing tubes. In this program, anatomy guru Gunther von Hagens lays out the human body's seven-meter digestive tract end-to-end, showing viewers each stop on the gastro-intestinal highway. Beginning with the tongue, salivary glands, pharynx, and epiglottis, von Hagens uncovers and removes the esophagus, stomach, duodenum, small and large intestines, and anus, as well as the liver, kidneys, and pancreas. He explores the bile ducts of the liver, illustrates the ways that urine and feces are stored and released, and -- in an anatomical context -- explains burps, heartburn, nausea, ulcers, and other rarely discussed facts of life. Viewer discretion is advised. Contains clinically explicit language and demonstrations.-- Container+-+98490867961165ocn192006965visu20050.53The anatomy of reproductionDissection specialist Gunther von Hagens utilizes two cadavers in this program -- an arrangement necessary for teaching human sexual anatomy. Von Hagens outlines the basics of male-female intercourse before detailing the physiology of human genitalia and the functions of important glands. Analyzing the penis, scrotum, testes, and vas deferens, he explains the process of sperm production and how, anatomically speaking, an erection occurs. Likewise, von Hagens examines the structure and makeup of the vagina, clitoris, labia, hymen, and uterus, then elaborates on the ovaries, egg formation, and fallopian tubes. Viewer discretion is advised. Contains clinically explicit language and demonstrations.-- Container+-+5049086796875ocn123904159visu20050.47Anatomy of movementAtlasesAnatomist Gunther von Hagens, the world's leading expert in human dissection, reveals the kinetic framework of the body in this program -- as well as the neural expressway that enables the structure to move. Von Hagens' dissection shows how the skeleton operates like a system of levers, giving viewers a detailed look at the shape, composition, and mobility of bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and cartilage. Viewer discretion is advised. Contains clinically explicit language and demonstrations.-- Container+-+1439086796445ocn062480055visu20050.27Anatomy for beginners a live autopsy"Dr. Gunther von Hagens and Prof. John A. Lee take a journey through the human body in front of a live audience. To show the mechanics of the human body, Dr. von Hagens performs the autopsy while Prof. Lee analyzes the complex design. Each program focuses on a different function"--Container423ocn269668364visu20070.22Gunther's ER plus the Gunther Von Hagen's body appealHe's Back ... And This Time He's Trying To Save Lives. First he dissected human bodies to show you how they work. Next he did it to show you how they die. Now he's going to show you how to save them. Dr Gunther von Hagens presents his third series of lectures given to an audience of body donors and their families. In these master classes, von Hagens recreates serious injuries on human bodies to reveal just what happens to the body when faced with assaults or accidents and to show what doctors, nurses and first-aiders can do, working against the clock, to try to preserve life. He is joined by Dr John Heyworth, A & E Consultant, Southampton University Hospitals Trust, whose illuminating commentary is based on his first-hand, frontline experience of a busy Emergency Department. And for the first time, von Hagens has teamed up with the British Red Cross, whose representative, Emma Rand, demonstrates simple First Aid techniques that could mean the difference between life and death362ocn268785924visu20060.56Aging what an autopsy revealsIn this program, anatomist Gunther von Hagens and pathologist John Lee focus on the rarely-seen, internal effects of aging. The body of a woman who died in her 80s is analyzed in sections, then contrasted with corresponding sections from a young woman. Comparing age to a progressive disease, von Hagens and Lee expose the lungs, heart, liver, stomach, and the aged brain as well as the colon+-+2642086796283ocn027057976book19900.47Schnittanatomie des menschlichen gehirns : ein photographischer atlas plastinierter serienschnitte281ocn281725313visu20080.50Gunther's ERFamous for his invention of tissue plastination and for his elaborate human dissection exhibits, Gunther von Hagens has turned death into a tool for studying life. In this three-part series, the renowned anatomist uses well-preserved human cadavers to shed light on medical crisis management. Approaching his "patients" in the manner of an emergency room doctor, von Hagens reveals the effects of various injuries and trauma and demonstrates lifesaving measures an ER team would likely take. Viewer discretion is advised. Contains clinically explicit language and demonstrations. 3-part series, 48 minutes each231ocn297476092visu20080.47Gunther's ER"Dr. Gunther von Hagens examines the kinds of injuries that can lead to permanent disability if not quickly addressed. Dissecting a female body donor who died after falling from a window, von Hagens locates fractures throughout her skeleton, explains how bones break, and bends a human spine to discover how much force it can withstand before snapping"--Container. Investigation of the causes and consequences of brain damage follows231ocn156977048visu20060.31Autopsy, life and death"Cancer is a vicious killer, but it leaves behind substantial clues that doctors can study. In this program, anatomist Gunther von Hagens and pathologist John Lee expose cancer for what it is--an attacker that can quickly and stealthily infiltrate the human body. Lee and von Hagens dissect the cadaver of a woman who, tragically, lost a battle with bowel cancer; they reveal the site of the primary tumor in the sigmoid colon, as well as the areas to which cancer had metastasized: the lungs and abdominal wall. To further illustrate tumor-spreading, the frozen body of a woman who succumbed to breast cancer is encased in polyurethane foam and sawed into slices"--www.films.com+-+4232086796221ocn197079136rcrd20070.47Mars Hill audio journal 88 November/December 2007211ocn054610630book20030.70Wetz, Franz JosefTote hoch zu Ross : vom Triumph der Statue zum Verbot des Plastinats191ocn156976748visu20060.37Autopsy, life & death"The life of a cardiac patient might hang by a thread--but it's more accurate to say it hangs by a tube. In this program, anatomist Gunther von Hagens and pathologist John Lee demonstrate just how delicate and vulnerable the human circulatory system is. Exposing the network of veins and arteries from a deceased woman's body, they dissect the heart to reveal a massive affliction of arterial sclerosis and illustrate what dead heart muscle looks like. They also drain the system of blood and pump a UV-sensitive resin through it, showing how blockages can affect circulation, harm the function of vital organs, and lead to heart attacks and death"--www.films.com+-+7032086796182ocn297476163visu20080.53Gunther's ERA shortage of blood can mean insufficient oxygen reaches the major organs, usually resulting in shock and organ failure. Dr. von Hagens examines the consequences of blood loss in the body's vital organs by creating knife-wounds in the torso of a frozen body revealing the extent of the damage. A lesser known cause of blood loss, fractured bones, is also examined155ocn680739637book20090.26Gunther von Hagens' Körperwelten - das Original : [Katalog zur Ausstellung22110ocn069257041book20030.24Hagens, Gunther vonGunther von Hagens' Body worlds : the anatomical exhibition of real human bodiesCatalogsExhibition catalogsCatalog of Gunther von Hagen's exhibition of human bodies preserved by "plastination"and presented as "natural art" (p. 13) Work also includes a short history of anatomy and essays on ethical perspectives1503ocn231671330book20080.74The anatomy of Body Worlds : critical essays on the plastinated cadavers of Gunther von HagensExhibition catalogs"This interdisciplinary volume analyzes "Body Worlds" from a number of perspectives, describing the legal, ethical, sociological, and religious concerns which seem to accompany the exhibition as it travels the world"--Provided by publisher+-+0101891325501ocn206883179visu20070.24Gunther von Hagens' body worlds the anatomical exhibition of real human bodiesExhibition catalogsGunther von Hagen's exhibition of human bodies preserved by "plastination"and presented as "natural art."424ocn061119531book20050.24Pushing the limits : encounters with Body Worlds creator Gunther von HagensHistoryBiographyExhibition catalogsIngenious scapegoat-stages, pathways, and goals -- My days with Gunther Liebchen in Greiz / Dietrich Wagner -- Our Cottbus days / Bernd Wolfram -- From the beginnings / Wolfgang Koser -- Inventor-entrepreneur-exhibition producer-gambler / Klaus Tiedemann -- To Gunter von Hagens, on his 60th birthday / Wilhelm Kris -- For Gunther, with love / Karine Oostrom -- Pushing the limits through plastination / Bernd Hillebrands -- About my father / Rurik von Hagens312ocn439023133book20080.27Hagens, Gunther vonGunther von Hagens' Body worlds : the original exhibition of real human bodiesCatalogsExhibition catalogsCatalog of Gunther von Hagen's exhibition of human bodies preserved by "plastination"and presented as "natural art". Work also includes a short history of anatomy and essays on ethical perspectives+-+7451072848324292ocn050436397book20020.59Hagens, Gunther vonProf. Gunther von Hagens' Body worlds : the anatomical exhibition of real human bodies : catalogue on the exhibitionExhibition catalogsCatalog for an exhibiton of anatomical specimens, produced and preserved according to a new process developed by Gunther von Hagans. This process--called Plastination--makes it possible to lend rigidity to soft body parts. As a consequence, specimens of the entire body can be inherently stabilised and posed in such a way that they are actually capable of standing, which was formerly restricted to skeletons. A collection of plastinates was first shown in Germany during the winger of 1997/98. This catalog is a result of that exhibition251ocn052645727book20030.53Auf Leben und Tod : Beiträge zur Diskussion um die Ausstellung "Körperwelten"Exhibition catalogs+-+4979603428324162ocn047712310book20000.47Kleinschmidt, NinaEndlich unsterblich? : Gunther von Hagens, Schöpfer der KörperweltenExhibition catalogs152ocn048757525book20010.82Hagens, Gunther vonProf. Gunther von Hagens' Körperwelten : fascination beneath the surfaceExhibition catalogsDen særlige plastinationsteknik, der er anvendt på udstillingen sammenlignes med renæssancens anatomiske tradition121ocn057066637book20040.53Peuker, TorstenDer über Leichen geht : Gunther von Hagens und seine "Körperwelten"Exhibition catalogs92ocn723085437book20050.47Der Grenzgänger Begegnungen mit Gunther von HagensHistoryBiography81ocn047850608book20000.47Hagens, Gunther vonProf. Gunther von Hagens' anatomy art : fascination beneath the surfaceExhibition catalogs61ocn780154483book20110.92Körperwelten oder Leibesvisitationen? : Eine philosophisch-theologische Auseinandersetzung mit Gunther von Hagens' AusstellungExhibition catalogs41ocn076810428book20040.10Hagens, Gunther vonGunther von Hagens' Body worlds : exhibición anatómica de cuerpos humanos realesCatalogsExhibition catalogs32ocn195533822book20000.47Hagens, Gunther vonAnatomy art : fascination beneath the surfaceExhibition catalogs31ocn225557252visu20020.47The anatomists a modern FrankensteinCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyExhibition catalogsThis documentary profiles Professor Gunther Von Hagens as he prepares for his 2002 Body Worlds exhibition in London. The Body Worlds exhibition displayed 25 human corpses and more than 200 body parts preserved in plastic and arranged in provocative poses. Von Hagens' projects are considered by many to be shocking and he has been vilified by religious groups, and disowned by many within both the artistic and scientific communities. He has been called the 'Walt Disney of Death' (an epithet he embraces), and compared to Frankenstein. This documentary draws comparison to other artists that have blurred the boundary between anatomical study and art and looks at how the two disciplines have been connected for centuries. Includes archival footage of his early life with his family, and his controversial public life. Includes also interviews with critics, and with him for comments, as well as with members of the public for reactions to his works11ocn779842820book2002Hagens, Gunther vonDiscover the mysteries under your skin : Prof. Gunther von Hagens' Body Worlds : the anatomical exhibtion of real human bodiesLeaflet advertising the exhibition in the Atlantis Gallery in the Old Truman Brewery, 146 Brick Lane, London. Includes portraits of Gunther von Hagens and André Vesalius, a map of the location and several photographs of von Hagens' plastinated human exhibits11ocn190835089book20040.47Loveless, S. NatalieOf temporality & identification : Gunther von Hagens' KorperweltenCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn851580313book2000Information on donating your body for plastination11ocn773774963book20070.47Hagens, Gunther vonGunther von Hagens' Body worlds : the anatomical exhibition of real human bodies : catalog on the exhibitionExhibition catalogsCatalog of Gunther von Hagen's exhibition of human bodies preserved by "plastination"and presented as "natural art" (p. 13)+-+3649086796+-+3649086796Thu Oct 16 15:20:07 EDT 2014batch32264