Prosector

Prosector

Prosector (v. lat.), 1) Vorschneider; 2) Zergliederer; 3) bes. in anatomischen Lehranstalten der dem Lehrer zugegebene Gebnise, welcher die Cadaver zur Demonstration zubereitet u. die anatomischen Präparate für den Unterricht, od. zur Bereicherung des anatomischen Cabinets der Anstalt anfertigt.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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