Video Podcasts

Video podcast strands produced by the Naked Scientists.

01 July 2011

A 1925 surgical resection specimen from the London Hospital, comprising a hemisected lower leg including half of the...

01 July 2011

A 1973 autopsy specimen from a male infant who died at five months of age. He was born at term after a normal pregnancy...

01 July 2011

A 1977 autopsy specimen from a 5 year old child who developed unsteadiness of gait. The lesion was biopsied (for...

01 July 2011

This 34 year old woman developed intermittent lower abdominal pain with loose diarrhoea containing mucus. The symptoms...

01 July 2011

A 1973 autopsy specimen consisting of a vertical slice of an enlarged kidney (225g) from an Irish woman, aged 47, who...

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen from a 36 year old male who, having joined the army in "A1" condition subsequently...

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen consisting of a slice of lung from a fatal case of melioidosis. The cut surface of the ling shows...

01 July 2011

A 1946 autopsy specimen from a 35 year old clerk, who had had rheumatic fever at the age of 13 and was confined to bed...

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen from a 52 year old female who was admitted in May 1981 with right sided hemiplegia. At the time of...

01 July 2011

An 1862 autopsy specimen from a 60 year old man admitted to Guy's with typhoid dying a fortnight afterwards.

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen from a fatal case of amoebic infection. No further clinical information is available. The specimen...

01 July 2011

A 1946 autopsy specimen from a 29 year old man, engaged in excavation work at Chingford, was knocked down and crushed...

01 July 2011

A 1953 autopsy specimen from an 82 year old lady who had been confined to bed for five days with pain in the upper...

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen from a 59 year old man admitted with chest pain. An antero-septal infarct was diagnosed. He...

01 July 2011

A horizontal section of the upper heart showing the anatomical relations of the tricuspid, mitral, aortic and pulmonary...

01 July 2011

A 1911 autopsy specimen from a man aged 40 years, who was admitted under Dr. Shaw for pain in the left loin. He had had...

01 July 2011

A 1940 autopsy specimen from the London Hospital, comprising an almost healed tuberculous spine with marked kyphosis....

01 July 2011

A 1956 autopsy specimen from a female neonate who died the day following birth from the effects of an intra-cranial...

01 July 2011

A 1976 autopsy specimen from a 73 year old woman who developed tabesdorsalis in 1952, aortic incompetence in 1957, sero...

01 July 2011

A 1966 autopsy specimen from a man who was 27 when he died. He had been cyanosed from birth and suffered marked...

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen from a 30 year old woman who continued to bleed following a miscarriage. The bleeding became more...

01 July 2011

A 1948 autopsy specimen from a woman aged 53 years, who had had difficulty in swallowing for about eight years before...

01 July 2011

A 1933 autopsy specimen comprising a section of bladder from a case of Schistosoma haematobium infestation. The bladder...

01 July 2011

A cardiac explant from a man who had been severely incapacitated by chronic cardiac failure and coronary artery disease...